Food and Nutrition
As the end-of-the-year holidays approach, you may be inspired to create lots of edible goodies from your kitchen, as your loyal dog watches intently. No need to make your dog green with envy. Why not fortify him by treating him to some healthy green foods?
Switching dog food too fast can lead to discomfort and drama. Here’s the fuss-free guide to changing your dog’s food.
Wondering, “How often should I feed my dog?” A dog feeding schedule helps you establish a routine around your pup’s play, activity and sleep.
We chat with W. Jean Dodds, D.V.M., about canine food intolerance, the most common clinical signs of it, and how we can protect our own dogs.
We tell you how to keep out chemicals and other additives — plus how to read organic and “natural” labels.
We’ve been adding people foods such as brown rice, veggies, and fruit to our dogs’ diet for years. Here are their favorites!
The nation’s first doggie food truck features natural, organic treats, including doggie frozen yogurts and Midwest-sourced natural chews for dogs and cats.
Dog sitter Wendy Newell shares her secrets to mealtime success, from embracing mixing bowls to slowing down fast eaters.
You may want to think twice before tossing your dog a little something of what you’re eating, especially if it’s on this list.
You’ll appreciate the health benefits of olive oil and flax seeds for your pups, and they’ll love the cheese.
The benefits for your dog are many — including a softer coat and leaner body — but it does require an investment of time and money.
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