The chilly season poses unique challenges for our furry friends, especially when it comes to the health and safety of their paws. From toxic road salts to freezing temperatures, winter is fraught with potential hazards that can harm your dog's delicate paw pads. Learn more of winter care tips, including regular paw cleaning, trimming, moisturizing and the protective power of dog boots against the cold and toxins.
Dog nutrition blog with expert advice and information on feeding your furry friend the best food for their age, breed, and health needs. From homemade dog food recipes to tips on choosing the right store-bought options, we've got you covered. Follow us to help your dog live a longer, happier and more sustainable life.
As our dogs age, their dietary needs evolve. Low calories, high quality proteins, increase level of fibre and added supplements are some of the essential nutrition needs and dietary considerations that can help keep senior dogs more energetic and healthy.
If you're a dog lover living in a Toronto condo, choosing the right breed is crucial for a happy and healthy pup. In this article, we've compiled a list of the top five dog breeds for condo living in Toronto, from French Bulldogs, Pugs to Great Danes. Learn about their personalities and exercise needs, and find your perfect four-legged companion today!
Does your dog have a sensitive stomach? If yes, you aren’t alone.
Digestion issues are remarkably common among dogs and cats. A high-quality pet food will help your pet live a long and healthy life. Let’s figure out if your dog’s food is digestible and what ingredients truly provide the nutrients they need.
What are the signs your dog may need to change foods? Dull Coat, Itchy skin, Low Energy Levels, Obesity, Digestive issues and Age might be some of the reasons. Find out why your fur baby could benefit from eating a different diet and also learn how to transition from old dog food to new dog food.
Insect-based dog food is exactly what it sounds like – dog food made from pulverized insects. However, unlike meat, insect-protein is extremely sustainable and nearly zero greenhouse gases are emitted during its production. Research and veterinary associations claimed that insect-based foods might be “better for pets than prime steak.”