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  • Winter can take a toll on many things, from our daily commute to work to our wardrobe choices. As the cold sets in, there are several habits that need adjusting in our daily lives to prepare for the dropping temperatures. While it’s easy for us......

  • September 29th marks National Coffee Day, an ode to the morning (and afternoon) jolt that gets so many of us through the day. Whether you take it with cream and sugar, blended with three pumps of your favorite flavor, or black with no frills everyone......

  • Fun fact: the term “pica” is a disorder characterized by eating things that aren’t food. For dogs, a very common form of pica is grass eating; in fact, in a small study of 49 people, 38 of them said their dog has eaten grass (or......

  • As pet nutrition experts we’re often asked if pets’ portions should change with the seasons. For many dogs, with warmer weather comes added exercise – leaving owners wondering if their typical feeding is sufficient. Extreme temperatures alone can require more energy from pets to keep......

  • Nothing says summer like the taste of sweet juicy watermelon. We love it because it’s a cooling, guilt-free, sweet treat – and guess what? Your dog can enjoy it for the exact same reasons. High in potassium and vitamins A, B6, and C, watermelon is......

  • When it comes to water, all dogs are not created equal. Some dogs, like labradors, can jump in and know exactly what to do while others, like bulldogs, run the risk of sinking (seriously.) If you’re considering a dog and water happens to be a......

  • Anyone who’s owned a “garbage dog” knows how frustrating and scary it can be to come home and see that your pet’s devoured (and scattered) an entire bin of trash around the house. If you know your pet ingested something they shouldn’t have, like an......

  • Many people grapple with the idea of bringing a new dog into the household but they’re just not sure if or how they should. We’re not going to sugar coat it: bringing home a new pet IS a big deal and it SHOULD be heavily......

  • Bringing a young dog into your life can be a bit of a shock – they’re energetic, curious, and destructive, which can be a huge damper on your relationship with the new roommate. While regular behavior training like sit, stay, and leave it are necessary,......

  • It’s no secret that what you feed your pet matters, as proper nutrition is one of the biggest contributors to your pet’s longevity and quality of life. It’s easy to assume that dogs can “make do” with whatever fills their bellies but, just like humans,......