Nutrition Articles

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.
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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.
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When thinking about pet nutrition, many pet parents think first of their pet's food. But did you know water is actually the most important nutrient your pet needs? Water is essential for many functions in the body. Learn how much water your pet needs each day and how to ensure they're getting enough water in their diet!
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Warmer weather brings new life into the world! While many kittens are able to grow up with their mothers, many kittens find themselves orphaned. What can you do as a pet parent to successfully raise an orphaned kitten? The Freely Nutrition Center team has some guidelines to care for these special kitties!
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Summer brings warmer weather and more time outside for humans and pets alike. Many of us take advantage of the rising temps to be more active and enjoy the outdoors. Of course, our pets want to join us in these activities too, but what precautions should we take to ensure they stay safe and healthy?
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Flexitarian foods are plant-based or mostly plant-based with the occasional inclusion of meat, fish, or egg. At Freely, we think that’s a pretty interesting concept and one that doesn’t have to be limited to humans. Learn about our Whole Grain Flexitarian Recipe for dogs and why it's a great choice for your pup!

 

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Sometimes it's difficult to tell which foods are okay for your pet to eat and which are not. Here are some common household foods and toxins that are not safe for your dog or cat to eat.
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