By: Dr. Al Townshend When it comes to feeding our pets, dry pet foods come to mind for most Guardians. Kibble has been the traditional way of providing a daily diet for dogs and cats, ever since commercial pet foods were developed. Today, the choices go well beyond just kibble to include a variety of […]
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By Dr. Al Townshend The domestic dog we know today evolved from their ancestors, the wolf. There is some controversy as to when that happened. Most agree that it began some 20 to 40 thousand years ago. Like wolves, dogs evolved as carnivores or meat eaters. During their domestication process dogs have gained a […]
By Dr. Al Townshend Rotational feeding means feeding your pets a variety of foods rather than the same food all the time. This can mean varying the type of animal-based protein such as chicken, beef, lamb, turkey etc… in the particular food and/or varying the different types of foods you feed your pet such as […]
A list of ingredients that goes into pet food.
Considering the low quality or even toxicity of some commercial pet foods, how do you select one?
It’s fine to feed your dog treats; as long as you do it with common sense and in moderation.
Are you giving your pet dangerous Propylene Glycol? If you are buying him soft treats from the grocery store, then you probably are!
What our pets eat, the quality of nutrients & proper supplementation are the foundations for their health and longevity.
Improperly balanced foods can cause many different problems, including skin and coat problems and immune-system disorders.
Digestive enzymes are substances that nature put into the bodies of our pets (and our own) to unlock the nutrition contained in food.