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The 10 Amino Acids Your Dog Needs

When picking out a dog food, pet parents tend to focus on protein, and with good reason! Protein plays many vital roles in the body including:
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What is holistic healthcare for pets?

Holistic medicine is about treating the whole person (or in this case, pet) taking into account external factors, rather than just the visible symptoms of a condition. It’s gaining popularity among people, and as a dog and cat-loving society, it’s no surprise that many are seeking holistic healthcare for their pets.
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The Rising Cost Of Conventional Pet Food - Why Is Pet Food Getting So Expensive?

It’s estimated that pet parents in the U.S. will spend close to $29.88 billion on pet food in 2018, according to the American Pet Products Association. Compare this to the estimated overall spend on pets (at $72.13 billion) and it’s clear that we like to get the best for our furry family members.
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Here’s What To Do If You’ve Lost Your Pet

If you’ve experienced the sinking feeling that comes with realizing your pet is lost, you’re not alone. Estimates from American Humane put the number of pets lost every year in the US close to 10 million. A 2012 study from the ASPCA of nearly 3,000 households found that those who lost a pet were reunited 85% of the time. This is good news for those of use with companion animals. There are things we can do to prevent losing a pet and steps we can take to find them quickly if they are lost. According to the same ASPCA study, of the dogs that were recovered, almost 50% were found during a neighborhood search, and 15% were found because of a tag or microchip.
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8 Outdoor Summer Activities For You And Your Dog To Enjoy

Summer officially began on June 21st, and it’s time to make the most of it. After months of enduring snow and rain (or just the sadness of shortened days) it often seems like summer can’t come soon enough.
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Tips For Managing Weight In Dogs

Helping dogs maintain an appropriate body weight is one of the best ways to protect their health. Unfortunately, this isn’t always easy. The first step is to identify whether or not your pet has a problem. Learning how to evaluate a dog’s body condition score can let you determine whether your dog is too fat, too thin, or just right. Most dogs with an ideal body condition have:
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Get To Know The New Protein For Dogs - Koji

Koji isn’t new to the food world, but the team at Wild Earth is using it in a novel way. Learn why this ancient protein was chosen for Wild Earth dog food and how it's made.
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There Are Risks Associated With Homemade Dog Food!

We have a lot of choices when it comes to feeding our dogs, and those choices aren’t limited to what you can find online or in the dog food aisle. I’ve been a veterinarian for almost 20 years now, and it seems like interest in homemade dog diets is increasing.
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Why You Should Visit The Vet During National Pet Week

In just this year alone we’ve celebrated National Puppy Day and National Adopt a Shelter Pet Day. Now, as we enter the first full week of May, it’s time to recognize National Pet Week! This event was created in 1981 by the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) and the Auxiliary to the AVMA. So, what’s it all about?
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Tips For Living With A Senior Dog

What makes a dog “senior”? How will you know what to expect as they grow older? We answer these questions and more about your senior dog.
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