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Does My Puppy Need Vitamins?

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If you're feeding your puppy a puppy specialty food (such as Authority, Blue Buffalo and Eukanuba), additional supplementation probably isn't necessary.

But, your dog's age, overall health, exercise level, environment and breed can all be factors to consider in whether or not to add supplements. So talk with your vet, who may suggest certain supplements at certain times of the & Read more �

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Benefits to Feeding Specialty Cat Foods

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Specialty cat foods are formulated to meet the nutrient needs of your cat by having higher-quality protein sources, no artificial dyes and added antioxidants and vitamins. Ingredients include more real meat, natural additives (natural preservatives like vitamins C and E) and rich carbohydrate sources like rice (one of the most digestible grains).

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Kitty Cuisine: Feeding Facts

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Just like people, cats and kittens need a balanced diet to stay healthy. First, find out what brand of food your new friend was eating before you got her, and continue to feed the same brand. If you need to switch brands, do so gradually by mixing a bit of the new food with the old food and increasing the & Read more �

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What Makes a Healthy Diet For Your Cat?

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You know it's important to feed your cat a healthy diet, but what exactly does that mean?

A healthy diet is one that offers your cat balanced levels of all essential nutrients including:  

You know it's important to feed your cat a healthy diet, but what exactly does that mean?

A healthy diet is one that offers your cat balanced levels & Read more �

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Proper Feeding For Your Cat From Kitten to Adulthood

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The kitten life stage is marked by an abundance of energy and growth. To support your cat during this stage and ensure she grows up healthy, strong and happy, she requires foods with higher levels of protein, fats, vitamins and minerals to meet her growth and high energy requirements. Feeding food specifically created for kittens is vital since & Read more �

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Cat Advanced Nutrition Food

April 22, 2009

If you're looking for a nutrient and energy-dense food for your cat, advanced nutrition food may be the right choice. & Read more �

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Cat Nutrition Information

April 22, 2009

It's important to feed your cat the right food for her health needs. This video includes tips on how to & Read more �

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Dog Advanced Nutrition Food

April 22, 2009

If you’re looking for a nutrient and protein-dense food for your dog, advanced nutrition food may be the right choice. & Read more �

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Dog Nutritional Information

April 22, 2009

Learn what to look for on dog food nutrition labels to see what life stages a food is appropriate for, & Read more �

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Is Your Cat Eating Weird Things? It Could Be Pica

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Pica is a term used to describe the consumption of non-food items. In cats, it is a rare but potentially serious compulsive condition that can have detrimental effects on a cat’s health. Common targets of cat consumption include wool, fabric, plastic, tinsel, string, phone or electrical cords, although any inedible object can be a likely target. A cat with a & Read more �

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