Pet Safety and First Aid

Pet Safety and First Aid

The following information is provided by the Veterinary Information Network, a private forum for veterinarians to exchange ideas on the latest and best ways to treat a variety of illnesses and conditions in companion animals.    Take a few moments a familiarize...
Pet Food Label Myths Debunked

Pet Food Label Myths Debunked

  Myth #1: By-products are poor quality ingredients   A by-product is any ingredient that is produced or left over when some other product is made. Broths and gelatin are examples of by-products. In pet foods, by-products come from “clean” animal parts such as liver,...
How to Read a Pet Food Label

How to Read a Pet Food Label

Dry versus Wet   Each type has its own set of advantages. Dry food contains more nutrients by weight than wet food since wet food is mostly comprised of water.  Dry foods are also better at cleaning teeth because the shape and hardness of the food help to scrape teeth...