Lindsay Schencker

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Chewy’s Picks: Global Sourcing Manager Kacie Hu Shares Her Dog’s Favorite Products

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Chewy's Picks - Kacie and Ellie

Chewy’s Picks: Global Sourcing Manager Kacie Hu Shares Her Dog’s Favorite Products

When you work at Chewy, you quickly learn which dogs are office regulars. Ellie, a 5-year-old Yorkie-mix, is one of those dogs. “Ellie comes to work whenever there are a lot of outfits she has to try on,” says Kacie Hu, global sourcing manager at Chewy in Dania Beach, Florida, and dog mom of Ellie.

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My Dog Is Eating Cat Food: Is it OK?

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My Dog Is Eating Cat Food: Is it OK?

My Dog Is Eating Cat Food: Is it OK?

Most people who share their homes with both dogs and cats have asked the same question: Why is my dog eating cat food? The simple answer is, because it’s food! Most dogs will eat anything and everything they can get their paws on, and cat food is no exception. That doesn’t mean they should be eating cat food, though, as it is species specific for a reason. But is cat food bad for dogs?

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Health Benefits of Bone Broth for Pets

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Health Benefits of Bone Broth for Pets

Health Benefits of Bone Broth for Pets

Bone broth has long been a staple of the human diet. It’s becoming common in pet foods because of the health benefits of bone broth and more health-conscious food options in general. When it comes to enticing your pet, broth is always a scrumptious choice. We spoke with Dr. Jennifer Adolphe, Ph.D., RD, Senior Nutritionist at Petcurean Pet Nutrition, to learn more about why Petcurean adds bone broth to their wet food recipes. “The popularity of bone broths has grown tremendously in the human food industry over the past several years due to their many purported health benefits and status as a comfort food,” explains Dr. Adolphe. Here are a few reasons why bone broth is an excellent ingredient in your pet’s food.

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