Zoo & Rescue
Initiative

At The Missing Link®, we’re committed to sharing lovin’ life nutrition with our much in need canine and feline (which sometimes means a tiger or two) friends, currently calling a zoo, wildlife reserve animal rescue or shelter home. We appreciate all that their animal caregivers and foster fur parents do to keep them safe and healthy and want to do what we can to help.

in 2016 alone,
we’ve donated:

1600 lbs of the missing link superfood pet supplement

that’s enough to support:

  • 16
    dogs

  • 66
    cats

  • a few rhinos, zebras and tigers, oh my

are you an animal caregiver or foster fur parent with an organization in need?

contact us to
request a donation

Goodness in Action

What Causes Upset Stomach in Dogs?

What Causes Upset Stomach in Dogs?

October 17, 2017 by TML

It is quite common for dogs to experience an upset stomach, otherwise known as dyspepsia. 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 […]

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My Dog Has an Upset Stomach: What Do I Do?

My Dog Has an Upset Stomach: What Do I Do?

October 16, 2017 by TML

Though it’s not pleasant, dogs can experience upset tummies too, just like people. When they do, they will often naturally gravitate towards eating grass. Though it seems abnormal and you might wonder what’s so tasty about that grass, it’s a natural behavior that can alleviate discomfort when a dog’s tummy is feeling sick. Eating grass […]

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Signs Your Dog Has an Upset Stomach

Signs Your Dog Has an Upset Stomach

October 15, 2017 by TML

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 up in the middle of the night by the awful sound of your dog trying to puke on your floor. […]

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