The BARF diet is fast gaining popularity, but what are the pros and cons of feeding Fido raw food?
We're quite familiar with the types of human food Fido can eat. So, here's five snacks that you can give his feline counterpart.
More pet owners are putting their precious fur friends on vegan diets for health reasons. But is this what Fido and Kitty need?
With the craze for organic goods, pet owners are scouting for more natural supplements for their pets. Yoghurt is an alternative—a natural source of probiotics. Should you opt for commercial probiotic supplements or yoghurt?
Peanut butter can be your best tool in coaxing Fido to eat the food he hates, train a stubborn pooch or simply keep him occupied.
Are natural, low-carb or grain-free foods really good for fido? Here are the reasons why you should take these commercial buzzwords with a pinch of salt.
There was a time when coconut oil was considered harmful because of its high saturated fat content. But the pearlescent substance has since been revived as a superfood, not just for us but for our pets too.
We’ve all wandered down the aisles at the pet store looking for a treat that our dog can safely chew. But with so many options, which ones are the best and, most importantly, the safest? Read on to find out more.
Giving Rover toys is more than mere luxury. We share with you why your dog’s playthings are important and how to choose one that’s safe and appropriate for him.
You can easily whip up a delectable and low-calorie treat for Fido, anytime of the day, using these ingredients that are found in your fridge.
Is there a need to include supplements in Fido's dinner? Read on to find out more.
Cooking for your furkid might not be as beneficial as you think.
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The next time Fido is staring longingly at your plate, go ahead and give him a few of these foods that have been verified as safe for dogs to eat.
Rabbits, chinchillas, and guinea pigs should be offered free access to large quantities of fresh timothy hay daily (young animals may have some Alfalfa Hay). Similarly, other small pets, such as hamsters and gerbils, should be given a small handful of hay two or three times a week.