Our pets provide us with companionship, loyalty, and love. It just fitting for us to take care of them in the best possible way.
This page provides you with up-to-date articles, posts, links, and other information on pet health and well-being.
Let's provide our pets the best pet care available.
Please take time to read these hand-picked articles and be informed. It's for the health and safety of our pets.
For some dog owners, feeding our dogs home-made meals seems to be a good idea. After all, we are inclined to give them
the same meals we're having. We're doing this with good intentions in mind.
Just a reminder though - the home-prepared meals might not be nutritionally complete.
Read this article from Popular Science for more details.
As we all know - fleas are a common problem for any pet that regularly goes outside. Once a pet is infested,
it brings fleas into your home where they can quickly multiply.
Common solutions for these flea infestations include use of bug sprays and bug bombs. However, Kenneth Coppens of hunker.com has a natural solution using standard table salt and mothballs.
Read on so you can control your flea problem and make your pet and home flea-free.
It's summertime! Time to head to the beach and relax with our furry friend.
Although taking your dog to the beach sounds fun and exciting, there are also some safety precautions you need to take and some dog-related beach musts to be aware of.
Remember, a healthy pet is a happy pet. Leah Rose Emery covers these tips. Read more at Bustle.com
Julia Calderone and Catherine Roberts of Consumer Reports presents a step-by-step guide to help keep your furry friends free of diseases. Tick prevention tips and medications are discussed.
Is your dog vomiting white foam? You should be concerned but don't panic yet.. Melvin Peña's article on Dogster presents some of the reasons your dog is vomiting white foam and what you need to do when this happens.
Below are selected articles from PetFoodIndustry and other top pet websites.
As consumers pay closer attention to pet food ingredient lists, they often equate shorter lists with higher overall ...
PetFoodIndustry - Tuesday, September 15, 2020
To meet consumer demands for personalized pet foods, brands can use data from profiles created by pet owners ...
PetFoodIndustry - Monday, September 14, 2020
Regional differences emerged in pet owners’ feeding of raw, homemade and conventional pet foods.
PetFoodIndustry - Thursday, September 10, 2020
Effective techniques for enhancing pet food quality and improving nutrition. Sponsored by Kemin.
PetFoodIndustry - Tuesday, September 01, 2020
Feeding trials provide the “gold standard” for determining the energy content of pet food, but trials using live ...
PetFoodIndustry - Monday, August 31, 2020
Pet products made with whey protein often are marketed for dogs with active, athletic lifestyles.
PetFoodIndustry - Tuesday, August 11, 2020
Pet food companies can bridge the gap between microbiome research and the marketing claims about certain ingredients effects ...
PetFoodIndustry - Wednesday, August 05, 2020
Scientists use many of the same techniques to study different animals’ digestive systems, including humans.
PetFoodIndustry - Sunday, August 02, 2020
In dogs, 15 genera made up the core, while healthy cat guts hosted 17. Dawn Kingsbury, DVM, ...
PetFoodIndustry - Tuesday, July 28, 2020
When a pet’s complex microbial community shifts out of balance, the gut can fall into a state called ...
PetFoodIndustry - Tuesday, July 21, 2020
Carrots are a great source of fiber, beta-carotene and flavor in pet food formulations.
PetFoodIndustry - Friday, July 17, 2020
Improving pet's well-being and owners' satisfaction through market insights on palatability, performance and pet nutrition. Sponsored by Diana ...
PetFoodIndustry - Wednesday, July 01, 2020
While scientists still have much to learn about what causes dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM) in dogs, pet food companies ...
PetFoodIndustry - Tuesday, June 30, 2020
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