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Your Support Saved A Starving, Abandoned Mama Dog

iHeartDogs works closely with GreaterGood.org by donating part of each sale to its various charity efforts. One of these charities, Rescue Bank, donates quality dog food to shelters and rescues in need. Some rescue organizations could not run without kind donations like this, so your support is greatly appreciated! In Tennessee, a mama dog was abandoned with her five new puppies. She loved and nurtured her little babies, but she also suffered from severe malnutrition. For about the first four weeks … Read more

7 Vet-Recommended Tips To Help Your Dog Lose Weight

Dogs are our beloved companions, sharing in just about everything we do. Unfortunately, this close bond also extends to their eating and exercise habits. Much like American humans, more than half of the nation’s dogs and cats are overweight or obese. Chubby pups are at risk for many of the same health problems overweight people face, including diabetes, heart disease, and crippling arthritis. If you are ready to help your dog lose weight, consider these 7 tips from veterinarian and … Read more

Health Is Wealth, And The Same Can Be Said For Your Dog

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Pet parents want their dogs to have the healthiest, longest life possible. Every year, we learn more about how healthy eating can affect a human’s mood, energy levels, and overall health – so it makes sense that the same would apply to dog food. Nom Nom has embarked on a journey to revolutionize pet health, starting with the #1 contributing factor to a healthy lifestyle: what they eat. Everybody knows by now how many health problems a lifetime of eating … Read more

5 Common Misconceptions About Giving Dogs Bone Broth

With so many conflicting opinions about canine nutrition, it can be stressful to consider adding something new to your dog’s diet. Bone broth is a vitamin, nutrient and amino acid-packed supplement made entirely from natural ingredients that offers several important benefits for your dog’s health. Socorro, um “dog-chef” invadiu a cozinha! #comhumorémaisgostoso #dogchef #AlCaponeburger #marys #hamburgueriapremium #quenãofaltemsorrisos Posted by Marys – Hamburgueria Premium on Wednesday, May 4, 2016   Here are five common misconceptions that may be preventing you from giving … Read more

9 Signs You’re Feeding Your Dog The Wrong Food

Signs You're Feeding Your Dog the Wrong Food

You have a lot of choices when it comes to what you feed your dog. So, how do you know if you are feeding them the right food? Serving food that isn’t right for your dog’s age, breed, and lifestyle could result in some health concerns that need to be addressed. If you need any of the following signs, you may want to try switching up your dog’s diet. However, you should always visit your vet first to ensure that … Read more

10 Fresh Foods That Promote Health & Cure Common Ailments

With all the recalls and dangers about where your dog’s food is being made, it’s no wonder that many people are turning to home-cooked meals. Even if you feed kibble, you may be adding fresh foods to your dog’s meals to make sure they are getting the right nutrients or to help digestion. However, this can be daunting if you have never fed your dog anything but store-bought food – how do you what is safe and what is not? … Read more

From The Vet: 6 Questions You Need To Ask About Your Dog’s Food

Nutrition is vitally important to the health, happiness and longevity of your pet. The old adage “You are what you eat” still applies whether human, dog, or cat. The impact of proper nutrition at all stages of life both in health and sickness has been proven by many studies. When choosing a pet food, be sure that you read the label. Any product that is not labeled “complete and balanced” for your pet’s life stage should surely be avoided. Labels … Read more

Ask A Vet: How Do I Know If My Dog Has A Food Allergy?

To know whether or not your dog suffers from Food Allergy, you must first have an understanding of how allergies work. An allergy is when an animal’s immune system identifies something that is harmless as a threat. Once his system sees the offending molecule (allergen), it then mounts a response to the perceived threat just as it would to a real threat like a virus or bacteria, causing inflammation and clinical signs of illness. Some ingredients are more apt to … Read more