How it works: Dog Breath

Since it’s Dental Health Month and we’ve been promoting our Dog Breath, we thought it might be a good time to give you the low-down on how our product works. (Bear in mind, this is mostly imaginative illustration… but we think it gets the main points across)   Step 1: … Read More

The Cognitive Health of Aging Pets

  We have a wonderful population of geriatric dogs, in part due to the work of so many wonderful people–owners, retailers, veterinarians, and scientists–who have gone above and beyond to provide the best care for our beloved pets. Our pets are living longer than ever seen before. With this aging … Read More

Stanky Dog Breath & Dental Health

You’re relaxing on the couch on a lazy Sunday afternoon, and your pup runs over to snuggle ya. He leaps up on the couch, plops his fanny right next to yours and lovingly pants with his face two inches from yours. With each puff of the hot, sticky air grazing … Read More

Canine Anxiety & Occasional Nervousness

Because herbal supplements work over a period of time, it may take a few weeks or even months to notice a calmer pet. And while a happier, less anxious pet is definitely worth the wait, there are some situations that call for a more immediate solution. Herbs like valerian, chamomile, … Read More

Canine Anxiety & Perpetual Nervousness

Every dog carries its own set of personality traits: its likes, dislikes, wants and fears. However, certain dogs may carry more of the fear trait, causing them to be more anxious and easily excitable. As always with overexcited dogs, there are multiple things that may be fully or partially responsible … Read More

He’s just bored!

We’ve been there… You come home from a long day of work, ready to pop your feet up and relax with your pooch. As you crack open the door, your heart almost falls out your butt…  Stuffing. Everywhere.  Three pairs of shoes in pieces.  Carpet fibers sprinkled about like confetti.  … Read More

Supporting Joint Health

Humans and animals alike all deal with joint discomfort. It’s a common musculoskeletal issue that can result from a lack of necessary nutrients or from fierce & frequent play. Proper joint care can be key to an animal’s long-term well-being. Caring for your dog’s or cat’s body is a matter of … Read More

The Two Commands Your Dog Should Know

Dogs are curious in nature and are eager to learn. Much like a child, a disciplined and well-mannered dog is a healthy dog! Training can stimulate a dog’s brain and challenge him mentally. It also encourages good behavior rather than punishing negative behavior, and is a great way for you … Read More

It’s wise to socialize

When you think of pet training, you probably think of things like potty-training, crate-training, and verbal commands. However, training takes on so much more than just that – training means helping your dog become a “well-rounded” member of society. It’s not simply owning a dog who doesn’t pee on the carpet … Read More

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