Tag: Dog Diet

Aug 2023
What to Feed a Dog with Hip Dysplasia

A common condition in many dogs, Hip Dysplasia occurs when the ball and socket joint of the hip doesn’t develop properly, leading to improper fit and movement. This can lead to pain, inflammation and reduced mobility. While proper veterinary care and, in some cases, surgical intervention are essential, providing the right nutrition can significantly contribute to your dog’s comfort and overall health while living with hip dysplasia. In this blog, we’ll explore a plethora of dietary considerations and recommendations for feeding a dog with hip dysplasia.   Glucosamine and Chondroitin Glucosamine is......

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Aug 2023
Nutritional Tips for Boxers

Medium-sized dogs with a sturdy and muscular build, Boxers are renowned for their boundless energy and playfulness. They have a puppy-like exuberance that persists well into adulthood. Incredibly loyal, these pups are known to be affectionate and thrive on human interaction and companionship. Just like in every dog, proper nutrition plays a pivotal role in maintaining every Boxer’s health, performance and overall well-being. In this blog post, we’ll explore Boxer-specific nutritional tips to help keep your pup in tip-top shape.   Protein Power With so much love for active activity, Boxers require......

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Jul 2023
What to Feed a Dog With a Sensitive Stomach

Having a dog with a sensitive stomach can be a challenge for many pet owners. It’s not uncommon for dogs to experience digestive issues from food sensitivities, allergies or gastrointestinal disorders. Fortunately, there’s a plethora of pet food you can feed your pup to help alleviate their discomfort and keep them happy and healthy. In this article, we’ll explore a variety of dietary considerations on what to feed a dog with a sensitive stomach. Limited Ingredient Diets When dealing with a sensitive stomach, consider feeding your dog a limited ingredient diet. These......

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May 2023
Nutritional Tips for Beagles

Beagles With a rich history dating back centuries, beagles are believed to have originated in England, being primarily bred for hunting small game, such asĀ  rabbits. The breed’s development involved crossing various hounds to achieve their exceptional scenting and tracking abilities. Compact and muscular, beagles typically weigh between 20-30 pounds (9-14 kg) and stand at a height of around 13-15 inches (33-38 cm) at the shoulder. known for their friendly, outgoing and sociable nature, beagles are generally affectionate dogs that love being around their families; including children and other pets. Beagles are......

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May 2023
Human Foods Dogs Can & Can't Eat

Considered man’s best friend, many pet owners want to share food with their dogs. There’s nothing wrong with this action at all, but it’s important to know that not all human foods are safe for our canine friends to eat. In fact, some human foods can be very dangerous for dogs to consume. Here, we’ll take a look at a plethora of human foods dogs can and can’t eat.   Human Food Dogs CAN Eat Popcorn – Popcorn, especially if air-popped and unsalted, can be a great, low-calorie snack for dogs that’s......

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