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Pet Eats

As human beings, we're always discussing the importance of our eating habits, but what about our pets? Their diet is just as important! It's imperative that we take care of our pet's overall well-being, and we can start by establishing a nutritious diet for them. In this group, you'll find topics ranging from grain-free food, raw diets, fresh diets, healthy treats, recipes, and so much more.

[Paws & Awws] 5 Pet Food Secrets Corporations Don't Want You To Know About

You have a vague idea that it should be meat-based, but do you REALLY know what's in your pet's food? Here are just 5 pet… Read More ▶

RECALL: Hill's 'Science Diet' Being Recalled for Possible Salmonella Contamination

If you ve recently purchased dog food take note - Vet s #1 Choice kibble, Hill s Science Diet, has issued a recall for possible… Read More ▶

[Feline 101] People Foods Your Cats Shouldn't Eat

Though many of the foods we eat are safe and healthy for our feline friends, some can upset their system, others present choking hazards, and… Read More ▶

Why Dogs Need a Grain Free Diet

For dogs grains are simply not a nutritional requirement. Canines living in the wild primarily eat protein in the form of other animals. A grain… Read More ▶

[Feline 101] Simple Homemade Cat Treats Your Kitty's Going to Love

Chicken Tuna Egg Cheese Catnip… Read More ▶

[Paws & Awws] Victoria Swanson: My Top 3 Cat Food Picks

Recently, we discussed the 5 Pet Food Secrets Corporations Don't Want You to Know and with the interest that generated, I released the food brands… Read More ▶

[Paws & Awws] Dog Trainer, Victoria Swanson: My Top 3 Dog Food Picks

Recently, my blog 5 Pet Food Secrets Corporations Don't Want You to Know got a huge response. There was lot of surprise and disgust over… Read More ▶

[Paws & Awws] Human Foods that are OK for Your Dog

A well-rounded, nutritious diet supports your dog's eyes, skin, coat, weight, and even their joints! Read More ▶

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