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With older dogs in particular, knowing what to feed them is more important in ensuring they maintain their health. Below we’ll dive into what’s the difference in diet for a senior dog and some tips on dietary changes you should implement. Read
With older dogs in particular, knowing what to feed them is more important in ensuring they maintain their health. Below we’ll dive into what’s the difference in diet for a senior dog and some tips on dietary changes you should implement.
Active and working dogs have different nutritional needs from other dogs. Find out what to look for in food for your athletic dog.
The differences between grain free dog food and the ones that contain grains are not as huge as some pet parents may think. Find out what the differences are, and if making a switch to a grain free formula would be beneficial to your dog.
Keeping your dog at a healthy body weight can help determine how long your dog lives. Learn how to keep your dog at their ideal weight here.
One of the age-old questions most pet parents have is whether or not premium pet food is better than budget kibble. Read on and decide for yourself if the most expensive pet food should be considered the "best" for your pet.
A prescription dog food can only be provided through your veterinarian, who will monitor your dog to ensure the food is helping with the condition intended -- whether that be diabetes, kidney trouble, or something else.
Everyone needs protein, including your dog, but as we now know, there are a number of different sources for this essential nutrient. What kind of protein is best for your dog?
Wet food, dry food, large dog formula, puppy chow. Does it really matter what kind of food I buy my dog? Yes, it does, and we are here to help you navigate this ever expanding sea of dog food options.