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Feline Kidney Disease (renal failure)

It is estimated that the majority of domestic cats over the age of 10 suffer from chronic kidney disease... View full article →
April 22, 2017

Pet Recipes ›  


Cat Food Ingredients - Know Better for Cats Premix - Beef & Chicken Recipe

Cat Food Ingredients - Know Better for Cats - Beef & Chicken Recipe

A detailed breakdown for each ingredient and why it is included in our cat food products.

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April 21, 2017

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Dog Food Ingredients - Know Better for Dogs Premix - Beef & Chicken Recipe

Dog Food Ingredients - Know Better for Dogs - Beef & Chicken Recipe

A detailed breakdown for each ingredient and why it is included in our dog food products.

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March 06, 2017

Dogs ›  


Canine Ancestry

The dog, our constant and loyal companion, has become a symbol of affectionate fidelity and unconditional love.  Today, there is a dog in every part of the human-inhabited world.  The relationship that began thousands of years ago with commensal scavenging by tamed wolves has evolved over some 10,000 years into our present day relationship. View full article →
February 22, 2017

Pet Recipes ›  


10 Healthy Snacks To Share With Your Dog

Apples:  Apples are a good snack for fresh breath and help keep teeth clean.  They are high in Vitamin A and C and are an excellent source of antioxidants.  Some dogs may prefer to eat the apples without the skin.
 
Eggs:  Raw, poached, scrambled or hard boiled, eggs have many health benefits.  They provide extra protein, a full amino acid profile with multiple vitamins – including Vitamin A, B, D, K and iron.  Most dogs won’t turn down a tasty egg, day or night! View full article →
January 05, 2017

Cat Health ›  


The Hunter & The Wild Feline Diet

In order to understand the basics of the domestic cat's diet, it helps to have some knowledge of the diet of the cat's wild predecessors, the European Wild Cat and the African Wild Cat. View full article →
January 05, 2017

Canine Vaccines ›   Dog Health ›  


Dog Vaccinations

The great news is that annual boosters are no longer considered necessary every year for pets by a growing number of veterinarians, veterinary researchers and over half of the veterinary colleges. The good news is that your pet can be protected for life by a small number of vaccines in its first year of life. The bad news is that many pet owners are not aware of this information. View full article →
January 05, 2017

Dog Health ›  


The Holistic Veterinarian - An Opinion

The role of the veterinary profession in preventing sickness and suffering in beloved dogs and cats should be central. But because of conflicts of interest, as between selling product for profit and putting the best interests of the animal patient before those of running a business, the veterinary profession bears similarities to problems with the human medical profession that have been called to question recently by the U.S Institute of Medicine (part of the National Academy of Sciences). View full article →
January 05, 2017

Cat Health ›  


Feline Struvite Crystals - Cat Struvite Crystals

The cause of struvite crystals in cats is most often the result of eating dry cat food. Due to the lack of moisture in the diet, the urine becomes too concentrated and highly alkaline. A balanced raw meat diet should help to resolve the problem and help eliminate the occurence of struvite crystals in the urine. View full article →
January 05, 2017


Dog Vaccination Side Effects - Are We Vaccinating Dogs Too Much?

Catherine O'Driscoll is founder of Canine Health Concern, and author of the book, 'What Vets Don't Tell You About Vaccines'. View full article →