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Rottweilers have specific dietary needs based on the diseases to which they are prone. Learn how to feed your Rottweiler right.
Shetland Sheepdogs are high energy dogs, requiring a nutrient dense, high-protein diet. Learn what you should and shouldn't feed your Sheltie here.
Having a pet is a big responsibility, and one of the most important parts is nutrition. Contrary to popular belief, pets aren't able to eat just any and everything. Learn more here about what your pet requires daily in order to keep them healthy and happy.
Adjusting carbohydrates and grains is one way to help your dog shed some pounds. Learn about grain free diet options for your dog here.
Vitamins and supplements are an important way to keep your pet in tip top shape. Learn how to sort through the options here.
Labrador Retrievers sure can eat, and a homemade diet should keep their joints healthy and nourish their thick, waterproof coat. Learn how to make a great meal at home for your beloved pet.
Cats aren't the only pets that can turn their nose up at the most expensive foods. If your dog is a pick eater, try this tester meal to see if home-prepared meals might be a solution.
Golden Retrievers are large and active dogs with big appetites. Learn what to feed them at PetCareRx.
Bulldogs have very sensitive stomachs and avoiding certain foods is important. Learn how to properly feed your bulldog here.
Some of your everyday foods that may be laying around your house can actually make your cat very sick. Learn more here about what these foods are, and what to do if your cat nibbles on one.
Crafty pet owners will find everything they've been looking for here—tips on how to make pet treats, beds, shampoos, and more! Get your creative energy going and save some money, too.
The way to stop tapeworms from affecting your pet is by controlling their risk to fleas.
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