Nutrition

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DIY Eat - Beefy Agility Treats

These little soft nibbles are ideal for training, playing, and having fun.more
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DIY Eat - Sage Cookies

These sage cookies fit the bill for tender-tummied pups. Sage, thyme, chamomile or fennel all settle the stomach and bowel, and are especially recommended for dogs with food sensitivities. Substitute the sage for thyme, chamomile or fennel if that's what you have on hand. more
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Brain Food for Dogs

The signs of aging can be subtle: first Rex loses his puppy silliness, then he becomes a little slower on walks and likes sleeping in a little more and, before you know it, there is a little grey on his muzzle. Happily, thanks to advances in nutrition and health care, it’s not unusual for a small-breed dog to live well into his teens, and even large-breed dogs are living longer, healthy lives. However, with these longer lives, our dogs face new health challenges.more
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DIY Eat - PB and Banana Treats

Answer the call of your pup’s inner hound dog. Elvis would be proud. more
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Overeaters Anonymous

Canine obesity is the most common nutritional problem seen in vet clinics in North America. In North America, it is estimated that 30 percent of adult dogs are overweight. Any breed of dog can become overweight but it is most commonly seen in Labrador Retrievers, Golden Retrievers, Beagles, and Pugs. In today’s society, it is easy to let ourselves get overweight and, as a result, we are letting our dogs get fat as well. A sedentary lifestyle and a climate that is not always conducive to outdoor activity can result in an increase in weight for our dogs.more
DIY Eat: Frittata

DIY Eat: Frittata

Make this simple, delicious dog treat with just 3 ingredients! more
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10 Human Foods to Share With Your Dog

1. Herring. Cooked herring is a wonderful source of essential fatty acids (EFA). EFAs can be beneficial in skin and coat condition and they are thought to be...more
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The Dos and Don'ts of Sharing Food with your Dog

Most of us have heard that giving “people food” or table scraps to dogs is not a good thing. While sharing food directly from your plate probably isn’t the best idea, there are lots of table scraps that are safe and healthy to share with your canine companion. more
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DIY Eat - “Rice” Christmas

Here, everyone’s favourite dog loving chef/television personality, Rachael Ray, shares a healthy, seasonal, and seriously tasty dog-approved dish. Let your pup celebrate the season with her quick recipe for a delish, healthy bacon-spiked dinner both you and your dog can enjoy. Yum-o! more
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Sweet Treats for a Sweet Tooth

Since chocolate is bad for dogs, here are some suggested ways to indulge your dog’s sweet tooth in a healthy manner more

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