Canines rely on dog food for their sustenance, and we as their owners need to be careful what we feed them.
High in antioxidants, olive oil can help improve a dog’s overall health and immune system.
Here are some natural ways you can help your pooch rebalance his system.
Cats are extremely difficult to please, and it can be frustrating trying to find the perfect meal for your finicky feline.
Valued by humans for thousands of years, garlic is known to offer a plethora of medicinal benefits.
The crunchiness and natural sweetness of corn make it super fun and yummy, but there’s a danger in having too much.
It's a "no-no" for chocolates and grapes, but it's a bit trickier with nuts.
You'll be glad to know that this natural herb is good for dogs too.
If you aren't already in the habit of adding Tumeric into his food, it's about time to get started!
Users heaped praises in the comments box about how their dogs lapped up the meat cakes.
There’s no better time than now to boost your pet’s health. Take a look at these five fuss-free free superfood toppers that can be added to their food. Pictures: pxFuel
Q: “I have noticed off-the-shelf cat food touting ingredients that promote eye health. Does a cat’s diet really have an impact on its eye health? If so, what are the key nutrients that they require for optimal eye health, how do they impact the cat’s vision, and what are good sources of these nutrients?”
I once had to give my dog antibiotics twice daily for 30 days. Here’s how I survived that ordeal with all my hair intact.
Yesterday we shared on Facebook that the FDA has listed 16 brands of dog food in potential connection with canine dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM). Here’s what you need to know about that report, in a nutshell.
Which dog doesn't love a good paw-ty, especially one with meaty lightsabers? Here's how to throw a fur-bulous space-orama for your furry Jedi and his best pals.