Searching for the best cat food for all ages? Refer to this guide on all life stages cat food for optimum nutrition from kittenhood through adulthood.
What is raw dog food, and is it right for your dog? Learn more about raw food diets for dogs.
Just like humans, dogs require a well-balanced diet to keep them healthy and active. Imagine how susceptible to illness you could be if you cut natural vitamins out of your diet, or how little energy you’d have if you cut out power-boosting foods that are high in protein.
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Proper nutrition keeps these little dogs fit, healthy and happy.
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Can you mix wet and dry dog food together? Or wet and dry cat food? How much should you give of each? Find out everything you need to know about mixing wet and dry pet food.
You know that getting enough protein is part of eating a well-balanced diet for humans. But did you know the same applies to your dog?
Have you ever snuck food under the table for an eager dog? Or have you let him have a bite, a lick off your plate or finish the rest of your meal? It’s a kind gesture, but there are many foods bad for dogs including certain fruits, vegetables and even bread. If you’ve ever wondered, “Is sourdough bread bad for dogs?,” find out the answer here and the reasons why.
We want to treat our dogs like family and that means feeding our dogs the very best.
Human-grade dog food is one of the many healthy diet options. Some of it looks just as good as people food, even though human-grade dog food is NOT meant for human consumption.
We put together a test of sorts using Tylee’s human-grade dog food to see whether you can tell the difference between human-grade dog food and actual human food. Tylee’s recipes are fully cooked, frozen meals made with real, whole foods. Can you tell which of the following are people food and which are Tylee’s dog food?
As a horse owner, you’re always striving to take the best possible care of your horse. With that comes seemingly endless things to learn and decisions to be made, including what to feed him. A healthy diet is based on good forage—hay and/or pasture. Beyond that, you can feed him grain or other bagged concentrate to add calories to the diet.
When it comes to making your dog happy—we’re talking about the vigorously wiggling tail kind of happy—a tasty treat usually will do the trick. But what if a dog treat could do more than just drive that furry tail into full wag mode and shift those salivary glands into drool overdrive? What if you could make a dog treat “count” more toward your dog’s wellness?