Does your pet always eat as if they’re ravenous? While we might think they are just enthusiastic eaters, what does an overly zealous appetite mean and what can you do to slow your pet down at the bowl?
Microorganisms are essential for your pet's gut health. While many of us know about probiotics, other components called prebiotics and postbiotics contribute to a healthy digestive tract. Learn more about the roles pre, pro, and postbiotics play in your pet's digestive health and how you can foster a healthy microbiome in your pet's gut.
Many people love the variety and personalized nature homemade diets offer their pets. However, they can be potentially harmful if not prepared properly. Here are some things to consider when thinking about a homemade diet for your pet.
The idea of measuring your pet's food seems pretty straightforward, right? Just scoop it out and serve! In general, that idea is right, but if you're not careful it can lead to variation in the amount of food your pet gets at each meal and unintentionally result in weight gain and other problems.
Fat is an important nutrient in your pet's food, and two of the most talked about are omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids. What are these fats, and why are they important in pet food?
Did you stock up on pet food this spring? Keeping essentials around is always a wise choice, but pet food needs a bit of care to stay fresh and tasty for your pet. Learn more about the wheres and hows behind ensuring each bite of food is a nutritious and gourmet experience for your favorite pet!
Which is better: grain-free or whole grain dog food?
Transitioning your pet to a new food is a slow and steady process. Here are some of the whys and hows when switching up their food.
Limited ingredient diets, or LIDs, are simple pet foods with a simple approach. LIDs are a great way to give your pet a well-rounded meal, and we'd love to share more about why we think LIDs are great!