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Digestive Health in Dogs

Posted by Mary Ida Young on

Has Fido been turning his nose up at his food? Has Spot been leaving not-so-fun surprises on the freshly cleaned carpet? Has Foxy’s tummy been looking bloated and less like her usual “foxy” figure? Your dog...

The Top Pet Wellness Tips For A Happy And Healthy Life

Posted by Rachel Rosenbloom on
Just a few wellness tips for a happy and healthy pets...

Spotlight On: Smartmouth Dental Chews

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We’re putting the spotlight on one of our favorite products and how it provides your pup with nose to tail health and wellness.

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.

Supplementation for Dog Immune System Health

Posted by Mary Ida Young on
We know as humans that having healthy immune systems can help us fight off colds, flu and other illnesses. More than ever, we all want to strive to stay as healthy as possible. But what about our dogs? Read: Supplementation for Dog Immune System Health

Benefits of Flaxseed for Dogs

Posted by Mary Ida Young on

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...

5 Critical Benefits of Omega-3 for Dogs

Posted by Mary Ida Young on

What Are Omega-3s? Omega-3s are the fatty acids that are available in your dog’s food, as well as in the form of nutritional supplements. Read on for 5 Critical Benefits of Omega-3 for Dogs!

What Causes Upset Stomach in Dogs?

Posted by Mary Ida Young on
An upset stomach can affect both young dogs as well as older dogs, and in most cases, they will recover just fine on their own. However, sometimes an upset stomach is more than just an upset stomach and may be related to an underlying condition. Learn What Causes Upset Stomach in Dogs? in our article.

Signs Your Dog Has an Upset Stomach

Posted by Mary Ida Young on

All dogs experience an upset stomach from time to time. It doesn't matter whether they are older or just a pup, upset stomachs appear to be an equal opportunity ailment. There's nothing like being woken...