Why does my pet shed and what do I do about it? Most pets have haircoats that shed and drop fur twice a year giving them a summer and a winter coat. However, that doesn’t mean that shedding is just a fact of life and you just have to put up with it… it also […]
Have you ever wondered why your vet says raw food isn't safe?
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Need a list of "Hot" and "Cold" foods and conditions?
Want to know which food is healthiest for your pet?
Have you ever wondered about the health and safety of synthetic vitamins & minerals?
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What are the pro's and con's of vaccinations and heart-worm medication?
What's a titer test and how will it affect my pet?
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Prescription Diet® w/d® Canine Low Fat-Diabetic-Gastrointestinal For weight control, diabetic, and digestive support for dogs prone to excess weight gain Ingredients: Whole Grain Corn- High on the glycemic index, corn spikes insulin secretions aggravating diabetic and pancreatic conditions. Corn is also the number one cause of Aflotoxin poisoning and recalls in pet foods. Aflotoxins are […]
These days, whether you are shopping for pet food or human food, it’s likely that you are using a much more complex selection process than people did just five years ago. Not long ago people got most of their information about food from the front of the package, from a TV commercial, a magazine ad, […]
While we only carry the best quality foods for pets, dry food is NOT the best, nor healthiest thing for your cat. It is dehydrating and starchy, making it difficult for the healthiest of cats to digest. What is the best for my cat then? Raw food is best, followed by dehydrated raw, then canned […]
Why is my pet being picky? There are many reasons that a pet will get picky about the food they are eating and here are some things to consider. If you suspect any of these issues let us know and we’ll assist you with transition, supplementation and/or behavioral issues. 1) “What the heck is in […]
Colorado doesn’t normally suffer from flea and tick problems like other warmer states do. However, this year seems to be different. We have been inundated with calls about flea infestations so here are some tips for you in dealing with them. Pets that are immune compromised are more susceptible to fleas. If your pet has […]
Many pet owners blame “old age” for the most common health problems pets develop as they age. Realistically though, the body is an amazing organism that is designed to heal itself. If the body is not given the proper nutrients to feed and heal itself then health suffers. The longer the diet is poor and […]