Best food. Ever!
We provide a variety of solutions, including supplements for dogs, to support
your dog’s health and well being.
We are constantly researching dog health and dog nutrition
and we teach pet parents about it in our dog kitchens and pantries.
We are constantly experimenting with new healthy food ideas,
studying the dog food industry and dog food brands.
Over the past three years we have made a genuine effort to help dogs in need.
On occasion we have organized fund raising for the benefit of rescues
but more often we have simply donated our own time, effort and cash.
Best food. Ever!
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Separation anxiety may be already present in a newly acquired pet’s history (ie., a shelter pet or newly adopted pet), as in some cases it may be the exact reason they were abandoned. However, it can also arise as a secondary or acquired condition, for example, when a dog is suddenly separated from his pet […]
Let’s be honest. Giving your dog a treat is probably as much fun for you as it is for your pooch. Who does not love seeing their dog’s rapt attention, delighted anticipation, and tail-wagging joy during the snack-feeding ritual? But it is important to remember not to get too carried away. If you are feeding […]
As the adage goes, “beauty is only skin deep.” But when it comes to your pooch, beauty may go a lot deeper. That’s because the condition of your dog’s coat and skin is also a great indicator of health. A healthy dog typically has a shiny coat without dandruff or greasiness. Illness or stress can […]
As partners in your pet’s health, our goal is to ensure that pet parents are correctly informed. On Monday, our Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Oscar Chavez, along with others on our vet team, sat down to answer some of your pressing questions regarding COVID-19 and its possible impact on your pets. Q. Can dogs and […]
For most of us, our dogs are cherished members of our family. As such, we not only share our home and experiences with our four-legged friends but often our favorite foods as well. Is that good? Well, it depends on what you feed them. What kind of human foods can dogs eat? Many foods—such as […]
What do veterinarians recommend most when they are asked how to keep my dog healthy? Most veterinarians agree that proper diet, regular exercise, routine checkups, and proper grooming—not to mention lots of love—will go a long way toward keeping your furry family member in tip-top shape. 6 Steps to a Happier, Healthier Life for You […]
Why is the question “How much should I feed my dog?” so important? Because proper diet and nutrition and healthy body weight are critical factors in determining your dog’s present and future health. Weighing in on calorie intake In 2018, the annual survey by the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention estimated that 56% of the […]
November 1st is National Cook for Your Pet Day. What better way to show your love for your furry family members than a home-cooked meal. The mouthwatering sights and smells of your DIY dog food preparation will make your pup’s day. You’ll never have a more attentive audience for your culinary prowess. Advantages of […]
Cats are wonderful companions. They are also very independent animals, which means they are masters at hiding their true feelings- including when they are under the weather. An essential part of being a pet parent is being aware of the signs of possible health concerns in your feline family members before they become bigger issues. […]
We all wish we could live like our dogs: Eat, Sleep, Play, Repeat (sounds “ruff”!). While they may seem to enjoy this daily routine, pups can experience boredom and restlessness, just like us! Historically, most dogs were bred to complete tasks alongside humans like herding livestock, hunting, search and rescue, guarding, etc. Presently, the majority […]