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Possible Link Between Grain-Free Dog Food and Heart Disease

As pet parents, we are solely responsible for our pet’s health. A big responsibility, but one that should be relatively easy to navigate with all of the knowledge at our finger tips these days.  After reading the latest news from the FDA regarding the possible link between “grain-free dog food and Heart Disease” a few […]

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10 Tips for Senior Dogs Aging Healthfully

September is Healthy Aging Month, and we believe that focusing on the positive aspects of growing older isn’t just for us humans.  As our pets move into their later years, there are steps we can take to help them age gracefully, happily, and comfortably.  After all, we want the best for our babies, no matter […]

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How Does The Missing Link® Flaxseed Deliver Visible Results?

The Invisible Problem Pet Owners Face. We’ve all heard of Omega Fatty Acids and specifically the elusive Omega 3. The story is familiar: Our pets (and ourselves for that matter) get too much Omega 6 in our diets from grain and grain-fed meat. Omega 6 causes our bodies to increase inflammation. The problem is we […]

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Senior Mutterings… A Note to My Hoomans

Hey. It’s me, Juke.  We’ve been together a loooong time. You say it’s only been a bit over 10 years, but to me it feels more like 80.  You hoomans have always been funny about math and time, but I agree with you on one thing – I’m officially a senior dog. So, here’s the […]

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Benefits of Flaxseed for Dogs

When it comes to flaxseed, there are many potential health benefits that can contribute to the increased vitality and well-being of your canine friend, especially as a regular supplement to a healthy diet. Flaxseed has historically been used for thousands of years in the creation of things like fabrics and linen and other textiles. It […]

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