This site has limited support for your browser. We recommend switching to Edge, Chrome, Safari, or Firefox.

Cart

When does a dog become a Senior?

Posted by Animal Care Team on
It’s important for pet parents to be aware of signs of aging in our furry family members. That way, we can adjust care and nutrition to keep them at their healthiest—and happiest. But when does your pet become a “senior?”

4 Important Health Benefits of Omega 3 For Cats

Posted by Mary Ida Young on

There are many potential benefits to giving omega-3 fatty acid supplements to cats. Some of the benefits are visible, while others are not so visible. Regardless of whether you can see the results, part of...

Grooming Is More Than Just Pretty

Posted by Animal Care Team on
With our pets, keeping them clean and well-groomed does more than just make them look pretty and more snuggly. It actually can help their overall health and well-being.  Whether you like to take a hands-on groom-at-home approach, or make regular visits to your favorite pet groomer, that extra effort will reap benefits.  

The Missing Link Team Spotlight - Dorrie Boyd 

Posted by Animal Care Team on
The Missing Link is just a group of people who love pets and want to make their lives better. Join us as we learn more about the people responsible for making TML thrive and the pets who inspire them in The Missing Link Team Spotlight!

Discover the Difference: How The Missing Link Trifecta sets our supplements apart

Posted by Animal Care Team on

Power, purity and performance are the three tenets of The Missing Link Trifecta, our company’s north star for developing superior products. It has fueled formulations from our very first supplement that pioneered the category 30 years ago, to the new, enhanced formulas we launched this year. Here’s how The Missing Link Trifecta delivers the best nutritional support for your dog and cat, promoting long, happy, healthy lives filled packed with play and snuggles.

Human Foods for Pets Over The Holiday

Posted by Marjorie Murray on
More often than not, our four-legged family members are going to want to join in the holiday fun too, and those big soulful eyes and wagging tail are hard to resist. To make sure your holidays are happy and healthy for everyone involved, below are lists of foods to avoid, and human foods for pets that are ok – in moderation, of course.

5 Tips to Make Clear the Shelters Day the Best Yet!

Posted by Mary Ida Young on

Clear the Shelters day is coming up on Saturday! The goal is to get all the shelter pups across the country adopted! Let’s all make this an epic day of adoption, here are some recommendations...

Is Flaxseed Good for Cats?

Posted by Mary Ida Young on

When it comes to improving the overall health of your feline friend, flaxseed can be a good way to do it. Flaxseed is a great source of essential fatty acids like omega-3, and can help...

Skin Allergies in Cats: What Every Pet Parent Should Know

Posted by Mary Ida Young on

Skin allergies in cats are very common. If you own a cat, you may already know that your feline can be every bit as sensitive to allergens as humans can. They can react to outside...