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Discover how your dog uses its five senses to experience flavor, and how to make even the pickiest eater go bananas over dinner.
New dog food recipes are being formulated with your dog's health in mind, helping dogs stay healthy from the inside out.
Dog food features a variety of meat options, such as chicken, beef and lamb. But are there nutritional differences, and is one particular meat better for your pet than others?
With a simple dietary supplement, you can help maintain your dog's digestive balance and prevent diarrhea.
Dogs with sensitive skin require some extra care during mealtime. Feed your dog in ways that will promote coat health and satisfy your pet's hunger and cravings.
Eight is the new 5 for dogs. Find out how senior dog food is helping adult dogs live longer, more productive lives.
Sustainability is the buzzword in the pet food industry now, with decisions affecting everything from ingredients to packaging.
If you made health resolutions for the new year, why not include your dog's wellness in this plan? Ensure your dog's good health by following these recommendations.
Does your dog work and play hard? If so, it needs proper fuel to look, perform and feel its best.
Foods for active, senior canines can promote healthy digestion and help improve immune response, all while fueling your dog's busy day.
Dog food has certainly changed over the years. We look back at the first dog foods, tracing their evolution to today's modern products.
We look at some of the newest feeders, from slow-down bowls to double-duty Store-N-Feed, to see if they live up to their claims.
Up to twenty-five percent of all dogs suffer from ingredient sensitivities. Now, thanks to new pet food formulations, even such sensitive dogs can enjoy their supper.
Save Our Pets Food Bank, Florida’s Animal Pantry and other organizations help to feed the dogs of owners facing economic and health challenges.
High-quality puppy food contains premium ingredients. Here are nine that will help your pup to grow up strong and healthy.
Learn how to read analysis charts posted by pet food manufacturers to see if your dog's food merits the Association of American Feed Control Officials seal of approval.
A recent survey shows how Americans choose dog food, and as it turns out, most of us need to change our selection criteria.
Puppies naturally produce DHA (docosahexaenoic acid), but they may benefit from having this omega-3 fatty acid in their food. Find out why.
Ingredients in your dog’s food may be the simple solution to its digestive issues. Veterinarians share the best diet tips for healthy digestion.
Mealtime for dogs doesn’t just have to be about the food: It can also be a special time for you and your pet. Here are tips from owners on making mealtime memorable for everyone.
Before making your next dog food purchase, use our checklist to determine if you’re meeting your dog’s particular nutritional needs.
Do you worry that your dog is too chubby -- or too skinny? Here’s how weight management dog foods can help your dog reach and maintain its proper weight.
Are you actively “green” or looking to become more eco-friendly? Make a positive impact on the environment, starting with your dog’s food and its packaging.
Certain ingredients and types of foods can actually do more harm than good to your dog. Find out what you should not feed your pet, from a health perspective.
Some dog foods are now specially formulated to protect your dog against common health problems.
Protein from meat is always a dog favorite. But can you guess what the other key ingredient groups are in quality natural dog foods?
A new study has found that weight control foods for dogs vary widely, both in calories and price. Learn what to look for and why “lite,” “light” and “low calorie” aren’t always what they seem.
The term “canned dog food” is all wet: Thanks to new flavors, additions and recipes, many manufacturers now prefer the phrase “wet dog food.” Which of the new products are best for your pet?
Many dog foods claim to be “natural,” but some products merit that description more than others. This guide will help you find the right pet food for your dog.
Vitamins and minerals may be the key to helping your dog stay in optimal condition and starting the new year on a good health note.
You and your dog both need physical activity to prevent obesity, so why not exercise together? Veterinarian Susan Nelson shares tips for the perfect owner-dog workout.
Do you want your dog to have a shiny coat, sturdy nails, good posture and more? The key may be its diet.
Did you know that food control officials monitor use of the word "natural" on labels? Here's what to expect when buying natural dog food for your pet.
Selecting the right food for your puppy can help to ensure years of good health, since this life stage is your dog's most formative. Look for these ingredients.
Is your dog getting all of the nutrition it should, along with quality, mouthwatering ingredients? The answer may surprise you.
Dogs like a little gravy on their meals, just like you do on yours. But puppy seasonings and sauces are good for more than just adding flavor.
Is the dog food you're buying helping or hurting your pup? The answer may lie in you pup's appearance.
Your mother used to advise you to get your nutrients, and now your pup needs similar guidance. Discover the importance of protein in your dog's diet, and why some types are healthier than others.
What and how you feed your puppy can make all of the difference in your pet's life now and even later as it graduates to adult dog food. Here's what the perfect puppy chow should contain, along with tips on making the most of your pup's mealtime.
New research on foods that promote canine vitality and longevity suggests that eggs, carrots and even apples can contribute to a healthy dog's diet. Learn about these, and other ingredients, and why Mother Nature might be behind the new dog food formulations.
Are you feeding your dog the right kind of food? Keep your canine fit and svelte with expert chow advice from veterinarian Trisha Joyce.
A popular book claims French Women Don't Get Fat, but what about their dogs and the dogs of other cultures outside of the U.S.? Learn if feeding habits differ country by country, and if vive la difference holds true for pooches as well as people.
Obesity in dogs is a huge problem. (Pardon the pun.) Here's how to know if your dog falls under this category, and what to do about it if it does.
Just how many treats does your dog get on a daily basis? If the answer is several treats a day, it could eventually be racking up a few pounds -- if it hasn’t already.
Puppies, adult dogs and seniors have different protein needs. Learn what’s best for your pet.
A new book follows the author's weight loss journey with her dog, Kelly.
Dental health is difficult enough for us humans to maintain, so it's no wonder that many dogs suffer from advanced tooth decay. Here's how you can help prevent plaque and tartar buildup.
Whether it's a one-time antibiotic for an injury, or a medication your dog needs every month, dog prescriptions can be costly. Here are some secrets to savings.
Antioxidants found in dog food are an easy way to prevent serious health problems in your pet. Here’s how you can help keep your dog happy, active and disease-free.