Much like people, the definition of a healthy weight differs from cat to cat. While some breeds are obvious exceptions to the rule, most domestic adult cats fall between the 8-12 lbs range. It’s always a good idea to get the advice of a professional veterinarian first if you have any concerns about your cat’s … Read more 4 Tips for Maintaining Healthy Weight for Your Cat
Kibble or Canned Pet Food? If you’re a new pet owner or are just doing some research on what is healthiest for your furry friend, there is a lot of information available out there. The debate between whether kibble or canned pet food is best for your pet is one that has been going on … Read more Kibble or Canned Pet Food? What Should Your Pet Be Eating?
Making Your Own Cat Food Curious about making homemade cat food? Even though kibble is convenient and most cats enjoy their nibbles and canned food, there are a few reasons why you might want to consider making your own cat food. After all, our feline friends are predators, designed to eat a diet based on … Read more Making Your Own Cat Food: The Complete Guide
Best Pet Food To Feed Your Pet Loving pet parents are often concerned about whether they’re making the best feeding decisions for their dogs and cats. Although the ideal diet is different for each animal, learning some general information about pet nutrition can help you make healthy choices on the best pet food to feed … Read more Deciding On The Best Pet Food To Feed Your Pet
Raw Food Diet for Cats Have you thought about transitioning to a raw food diet for cats, but have concerns about safety and bacterial risk? Raw feeding is a controversial topic; it’s also still relatively new. A raw food diet can help a pet with health conditions such as allergies and digestive problems but most … Read more Raw Food Diet for Cats – Safety First
Enzymes and Your Pet All living organisms, including humans, animals, plants, and microbes, produce enzymes. Enzymes are biologically active proteins that are essential to virtually all physiological functions and biochemical processes. In short, enzymes are essential to life itself. Enzymes and Your Pet As our pets age, they produce progressively smaller quantities of enzymes and … Read more Enzymes and Your Pet: Everything You Need to Know
Consider Feeding Your Pet a Raw Diet Our pets rely on us for everything they need to live a long and healthy life, and their food is no exception. Cats and dogs are carnivorous animals that require a high proportion of meat in their diet to stay healthy and strong. Unfortunately, many of the foods … Read more 5 Reasons You Should Consider Feeding Your Pet a Raw Diet
Safe Holiday Leftovers for Your Pet Did you know that cooked bones (turkey and chicken) and turkey skin are bad for your pet? The bones can splinter and break, getting stuck in their throat. Consuming turkey skin can make your beloved animal’s pancreas work too hard, causing inflammation and even malfunction. It’s important to think … Read more Safe Holiday Leftovers for Your Pet Infographic
Big 3 Cat Concerns With International Cat Day on August 8, and Happy Healthy Cat Month coming up in September, I thought this would be a good time to address the ‘cat in the room’; your furry feline’s diet. With five cats in my household, I can safely say that their diets aren’t perfect, which … Read more Big 3 Cat Concerns: Is Your Cat Experiencing Any of These?
Shocking Pet Food Controversies You want only the best food for your pet and have no qualms about spending top dollar to buy the most expensive pet food products on the market today. But do you know what is actually in them or how they are made? Pet food controversies abound. Checking the label on … Read more 19 Pet Food Controversies That Will Shock You