Three individuals contracted salmonella from Dog Gone Dog Treats. Massachusetts Department of Public Health has issued a public recall.
Dog Food & Dog Nutrition
You probably already know that probiotics are beneficial for humans. But did you know your dog also needs these tiny organisms?
Can dogs eat bread? Can you share a slice with your pooch? The short answer is maybe; it depends what’s in that slice. Here’s what you should know.
Can dogs eat cinnamon? There is no short yes or no answer. A small amount on its own is not toxic to dogs, but foods that contain cinnamon can be dangerous.
This year, make realistic New Year’s resolutions for yourself and commit to a healthy lifestyle modification plan for your pet.
The short answer is yes, you can give your dog fish oil. However, you need to be careful and talk to your vet before you make any changes.
Can dogs eat ham? The answer to that question isn’t a simple yes or no. There are many things to consider before feeding ham to your dog.
Can dogs eat turkey? The short answer is yes. Dogs can eat turkey, but this comes with a few caveats. Plain, white meat turkey with no bones will usually make for a safe treat for pups, but there are plenty of exceptions. And as always, you must ask your vet before sharing human foods with your dog.
Can dogs eat pumpkin seeds? The short answer is yes! They are indeed okay for our dogs to eat. Here’s what you should know.
We have another viral dog on our hands. The dog’s human posted quite a relatable video to Reddit of the pup refusing a french fry with no ketchup.
Fromm Family Foods issued a recall earlier this month for elevated vitamin D levels. Today it’s Tuffy’s Pet Foods, citing the same issue.
According to the FDA, Fromm Family Foods is recalling approximately 5,500 cases of Fromm Shredded dog food due to elevated levels of Vitamin D.
My Shih Tzu George was always a fidgety dog. He would often scratch at night, keeping us awake. I spoke to someone at my pet food store who suspected that George had food allergies. Here’s what I did.
While eating disorders are well known in humans, not many people know about the eating disorders that affect dogs. Animals have different reasons for having unusual eating habits, but they can be just as troubling for concerned pet parents. Here are five eating disorders that can affect dogs.
There are a few herbs, natural supplements, and people foods that you can give to your dog for a health boost without breaking the bank or causing concern that your dog is getting too much of a certain vitamin. Of course, you should discuss these with your veterinarian before making any changes to your dog’s diet.
Are you looking for some treats to reward your pup while keeping their teeth in good health? Well don’t worry because our friend Chef Henry the Pom has a dog treat recipe that’ll taste great for your pooch and keep their pearly whites sparkling!
Is your dog on a diet? Are you looking for some low-calorie treats to reward your pup without them gaining weight? Well don’t worry because our friend Chef Henry the Pom has a dog treat recipe that’ll make your pooch’s mouth water!
The short answer is yes, dogs can eat watermelon. But before you feed your dog this tasty treat, there are some things you should know. Too much of a good thing can be a bad thing, and the rinds and seeds of watermelons can cause serious health problems.
When looking for the best dog food for your dog, there are many factors to consider. Dog diets are formulated for size, age, breed, energy level, medical needs, and more. Here are some of the most popular dog diets that might be best for your pooch.
The US Food & Drug Administration (FDA) announced last week that pet food company Sunshine Mills, Inc., “is issuing a voluntary recall of certain products due to potentially elevated levels of Aflatoxin above the acceptable limit.”
Can dogs eat peaches? The short answer is yes, dogs can eat peaches, but before you serve your dog some of this yummy fruit, there are some things you should know. Now is an especially good time to learn about dogs and peaches, as August is actually National Peach Month!