July 4th, or American Independence Day, marks a time of joyous celebration across the country every year. This year celebrations will be different, and we expect many people will be hosting celebrations at home. While this is great fun for our 2-legged friends, some of our 4-legged ones can find it very stressful.
Just like us, cats and dogs need a lot of water to stay healthy. Their bodies are made of 75% water, yet they rarely drink enough of it to support excellent hydration and organ function. That’s why we recommend that at least 25-50% of their daily calories come from wet food.* You can add canned
One of the best parts about summer is that you get to spend more time outside with your canine companion since the days are longer. However, we need to keep in mind that the temperatures can become severe. Here are some tips to make sure your dog does not get dehydrated or suffer from heat exhaustion.
Last week Facebook fan, Gini Moncur, shared with us a story of Annie, her senior dog and their Halo experience. She wrote: “I wanted to share a good thing that happened. Our dog Annie is about 16, deaf and toothless. She has become very picky and has lost some weight and she only weighs 4