What is the point of spaying or neutering your dog or cat? Find out why this option is better for their health, safety, and the stray pet population.
There are 6-8 million cats and dogs in need of a home across America. While puppies and kittens are ultra-adorable, communities spend millions every year to help keep the population under control. Keeping the pet population in check helps support the local wildlife and bird population as well!
No one likes eating the same food for every single meal. Varying your pet's diet exposes them to a range of proteins, flavors. Regularly switching your pet's diet may also help prevent them from developing sensitivities to specific proteins. Plus, it's tasty for them to try new things!
There are also practical reasons for switching foods regularly. If you move, or if the prices change dramatically on your pet's food source, it might be time to shop around for something new. As your pet ages, your vet may recommend switching to age-specific or prescription foods to deal with any medical issues that arise.