Dog vitamins are a huge industry, but are they really necessary?
After all, a good-quality dog supplement can cost as much as $70 a month. (Think of how many tennis balls that would buy!) Yes, your dog needs Vitamin K and magnesium in their diet, but do those nutrients have to come from a supplement?
In this article, we'll discuss the nutrients your dog needs, how to spot a nutrient deficiency, and how to decide if dog vitamins are the right choice.
November is National Senior Pet Month and those of us with a longtime furry friend know just how rewarding it is to care for a dog for its entire lifetime.
But just because your dog is your baby doesn't mean that her nutritional needs are the same as when she was a puppy. When you're considering making the switch to a senior dog food formulation, there are a few things to keep in mind.
Small and toy-sized breeds no longer bear much resemblance to their wolf ancestors. Selective breeding throughout the world has given rise to an entire category of dogs that remain "puppy sized" their whole lives.