The Missing Link® was the first pet supplement to reach the mass market, over 20 years ago. The formula was developed by Dr. Robert Collett in 1994. Dr. Collett had identified nutritional deficiencies in processed pet food, especially related to the Omega fatty acid balance. After Dr. Collett’s passing, The Missing Link® mission was continued by 125-year-old animal care company, W.F. Young, Inc., located in East Longmeadow, MA.

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Benefits of Flaxseed for Dogs

Benefits of Flaxseed for Dogs

February 23, 2018 by Sean

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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Is Flaxseed Good for Cats?

Is Flaxseed Good for Cats?

February 21, 2018 by Sean

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 improve both the health of your cat as well as his appearance. What is Flaxseed? Flaxseed is derived from flax […]

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Importance of Nutrition for Animals: Black Rhino Study

Importance of Nutrition for Animals: Black Rhino Study

January 26, 2018 by Sean

Though there has been an increase in overall numbers of African rhinos in the world, the Black Rhino, in particular, has been declining quickly. In fact, they have been declining faster than any other large terrestrial mammal that has been documented in recent history. The Black Rhino is one of five types of the rhinoceros […]

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