One of the ingredients that’s getting a lot of attention in human and pet health lately is oats. However there’s a lot more to oats than just its well-known associations with skin and coat.
The number of premium and super premium pet foods saying yes to natural ingredients like oats is a trend pet owners are welcoming. After all, we look for natural alternatives in our food and for our children, so why should our pets miss out? keep reading
Owning an indoor cat can bring a few issues specific to their indoor lifestyle, including dental, weight and hairball concerns. Food and exercise are two areas worth paying special attention to to help reduce the risk of potential health concerns.
This great 3 minute video is well worth a watch to discover handy tips for indoor cat owners to keep your cat as happy and healthy as possible. keep reading
Pet dental care is one of the fastest developing segments in the animal industry. A pet’s general health begins with his mouth. The mouth, teeth, jaw and gums all play a vital role in ingesting, chewing and swallowing food. Therefore, the condition of the pet’s mouth has a considerable impact regarding its general health. Proper dental care is a necessary part of daily hygiene for pets as well as humans. keep reading
It is very important to understand that what most cat owners think of as “bladder” or “kidney” stones play only a part role in the disease processes involved in the feline urinary tract. There are many agents that will cause the tell tale symptoms most of us have experienced with cats. These signs are basically a result of inflammation or irritation and as such, are multifactorial. keep reading