Raw Food Series Part 2: Benefits of Feeding Your Pet Raw Food
Raw Food Series Part 2: Benefits of Feeding Your Pet Raw Food

We understand that there is some confusion around feeding your pet(s) raw food so we've decided to take a deep dive into the benefits of feeding your pet a raw diet. All pet foods range in quality — and raw food uses only the highest quality meats and vegetables available to deliver your cat or dog optimal nutrition inundated with naturally-occurring enzymes. This means that raw food provides greater bioavailability, easier digestion, better utilization of food nutrients, eating less overall, healthier immune system, less additives which ultimately means less allergies. 

Raw Food Series Part 1 - What is Raw Pet Food?
Raw Food Series Part 1 - What is Raw Pet Food?
Raw food is formulated with fresh cuts of high-quality meat and organs. Many raw foods include ground-up bone, fruits, and vegetables to provide a full spectrum of vitamins and minerals. Raw doesn’t go through the denaturation process that traditional kibble goes through (in addition to being highly processed and cooked at high temperatures!), and is more easily digested than kibble and other cooked foods. 
Understanding Raw Pet Food and It's Impact On Your Pet's Health
Understanding Raw Pet Food and It's Impact On Your Pet's Health
As you likely know, dogs and cats are carnivores, meaning meat is their primary diet. For their ancestors without us around to cook for them, this meant raw game meat. This also meant heat didn't destroy the food's enzymes and nutrients, and it gave animals tooth-friendly, calcium-and-marrow-rich bones to gnaw. Today, raw pet food is likely to consist of organ and muscle meat, eggs, yogurt, fresh fruits, veggies, and whole or ground bone
Fish Diseases and Parasites: Know What to Look For
Fish Diseases and Parasites: Know What to Look For

There are lots of great reasons to opt for a home aquarium if you’re considering getting a fish. Aquariums take up minimal space if you are pinched for room at home. Watching a fish tank can reduce your stress level as they come in all colors, shapes, and sizes. Also, some people are allergic to cats and dogs, so fish provide an alternative option. But like any other pet, fish can become sick too. So you need to know common disease symptoms in fish. Knowing what to look out for means preventative measures can be taken to keep your fish healthy and happy.

Why Birds Need Proper UVB Lighting
Why Birds Need Proper UVB Lighting
While it is a given that most humans require vitamin D, a little-known fact is that our pet birds also require this essential vitamin. UVB rays are shown to help maintain bird health and well-being. That's because birds need vitamin D for healthy preening, a positive sense of wellbeing, healthy bones, a strong immune system, and more. 
The Importance of Feeding Hummingbirds Throughout the Winter
The Importance of Feeding Hummingbirds Throughout the Winter
Now that the weather is cooling down, you might be thinking it's time to bring your hummingbird feeder in for the winter. Actually, it's important to keep your hummingbird feeder operational all winter to ensure these beautiful birds get the care they need to make it to spring. 
New Year's Eve Safety Tips
New Year's Eve Safety Tips
Did you know more pets are lost on the 4th of July and NYE than any other day during the year? The combination of excitement and noise can be the worst kind of combination for keeping any pet calm. Don’t worry! With a little bit of preparation, you can keep your pet calm, happy, and healthy throughout the holiday!
How to Choose a Safe and Healthy Holiday Gift for Your Pet
How to Choose a Safe and Healthy Holiday Gift for Your Pet
It's time to start Christmas shopping for everyone on your list—including your furry, scaly, or feathered friends! While it's fun to stock up on Christmas gifts and treats, do some research before buying—many holiday-themed treats and toys at big-box stores are unhealthy or filled with harsh chemicals. 
Traveling with Pets
Traveling with Pets
Planning a trip? Here are some great options for making sure that your pet gets the best care possible when hiring a pet sitter or choosing a top-notch boarding facility -- as well as things to consider when taking your pet with you.
How to Help Your Cat or Dog Combat Hairballs
How to Help Your Cat or Dog Combat Hairballs
As your dog or cat grooms and licks, they swallow loose hair. The main component of hair is a protein substance called keratin and is indigestible for our canine and feline friends. The good news is that hairballs are a common occurrence and typically don't need attention from pet owners. 
Slimming Down: Helping Your Cat or Dog Combat Obesity
Slimming Down: Helping Your Cat or Dog Combat Obesity
Getting your pet in good shape is not only good for them, but it's good for you too. By taking care of your pet's health, you get to experience the human-animal bond for longer. Today is the day to change bad habits, adopt a weight loss program, and slowly but surely increase your pet's quality of life by achieving a healthy weight.
How to Trick or Treat Safely With Your Dog
How to Trick or Treat Safely With Your Dog
Ghouls, ghosts, witches, beware! Halloween is here! We know how exciting it is to trick-or-treat with the whole family, pups included! But with the flashing lights and tree goblins, dogs can easily become frightened by the various creatures roaming the streets. Click to learn some simple tips on how you can help keep your pup cool, calm, and collected this all Hallows Eve.