While it may be beneficial for humans to opt for a vegetarian diet, experts share that the same cannot be said for Fido and Puss.
Be the most paw-pular house in the neighbourhood this Halloween with these tasty yet nutritious doggy candies made from just two wholesome ingredients.
Your furkid’s dental health is important, which is why one of the first things vets do during your pet’s check-up is look at its teeth and gums. Tartar build-up on your its teeth can lead to dental problems like eroded gums, loss of teeth, chronic pain, and may even affect organs like the heart and kidney. Find out how you can curb this problem with the help of Greenies Dental Chews.
Your furkid's food no longer comes in just different flavours. Now, it's even formulated for the varying phases of your pet’s life. But this begs the question: Are life stage-appropriate foods truly necessary?
As our beloved nation turns 51 this August, bring out your pooch’s paw-triotic side with these scrumptious red-and-white treats!
Your Chinchilla may go crazy over dried raisins, but so will its tummy. Unlike their hardy rat relatives, these little furballs can’t "eat everything". In fact, some of the most commonly fed "treats" are actually toxic, and may prove potentially fatal to them.
After frolicking in the hot sun, end Fido’s day on a sweet note with this super fun-to-eat banana and yoghurt parfait—he’ll love the different textures and flavours!
Going grain-free is all the rage these days, both in the human and pet worlds. But is it really better for Fido or Puss?
While most hounds shouldn’t go on a full-on vegan diet, the occasional veggie-filled stew is good for them and the environment. This delicious vegan stew can be served as a main or side to Fido’s meal.
Chicken eggs are said to be a good source of calcium and protein, but will it really translate into health benefits for Fido? Find out if you should get cracking.