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To grain or not to grain… That’s NOT the question.

It’s a couple of years later since the FDA announced their findings regarding grain-free diets and how they may, or may not, be connected with heart disease in dogs. We have noticed that there are still some rumors circulating about the FDA’s findings, so we are here to give you the facts. There is NO scientific evidence to date that supports a link between grain-free and legume-rich diets to Dilated Cardiomyopathy (DCM) Most grain-free kibble…

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Give Thanks With Your Four-Legged Friend

Thanksgiving is almost here! Show your four-legged pal how grateful you are by sharing your Thanksgiving meal with them. While your pet would probably love a seat at the dinner table, a traditional Thanksgiving meal isn’t suitable for our furry friends. Instead, try making separate portions for your dog or cat that are free from salt, seasonings, oils, and butter. Healthy Thanksgiving Dinner Ideas For Your Pet: Cooked turkey meat (plain) Steamed veggies: Carrots Broccoli…

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4 Ways to Upgrade Your Dog’s Kibble

Boost your dog’s nutrition by adding a handful of fresh food to their bowl! Not only will your dog love it, but these foods have amazing health benefits that only fresh foods can provide. Here are our top 4 ways to upgrade your dog’s kibble: Eggs are an excellent source of high-quality protein. Serve raw, scrambled, soft or hard-boiled (no seasonings)     Yogurt is a natural source of probiotics. Choose plain, organic, & fat-free Promotes…

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Boost Your Pet’s Gut Health With Goat’s Milk

They always say listen to your gut… and the same goes for your four-legged friend! Everything stems from the gut, which is why it is so important to keep it healthy. The best way to boost your pet’s gut health is by adding a probiotic to their diet. One of our favorite probiotic sources is raw goat milk. Goat’s milk contains vitamins, minerals, electrolytes, trace elements, enzymes, protein, and fatty acids. Having fat molecules one-fifth the size of those in…

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