If you’re adopting a puppy, here are a few helpful facts to know.
The law requires that pet foods be safe to eat, be produced under sanitary conditions, contain no harmful substances, and be truthfully labeled.
Many of our best friends love to collect or hoard as many toys, bones, treats and morsels of food as they can. It’s because they’re instinctively nervous.
People often buy more expensive pet food because they don’t understand what the label really means. But the name of the food itself is more telling than you realize.
Springtime can mean allergy season for many pets. They can be allergic to anything from food, pollen, dust, mold, exposure to chemicals or fleas.
Pro-Pet LLC is voluntarily recalling the products, which tested positive for salmonella.
After a rise in the number of recalls and pet food making dogs and cats sick, the FDA has issued new safety rules.
Natura Pet Foods, which recalled several of their pet food products earlier this year, is now issuing a massive voluntarily recall of more products.
Natura Pet Products is voluntarily expanding a recent recall of dry pet foods because of the possibility that these products may be contaminated with salmonella.
There are a number of reasons for a dog to eat dirt. Some – but not all – may be indicative of a serious health issue.
People unwittingly make pet food choices that have much wider-ranging health consequences to their pet than the sporadic pet food recalls. The name of the food itself is more telling than you realize.
Blue Buffalo, a pet food company, has recently issued a voluntary recall of several of their products due to potentially unsafe levels of Vitamin D caused by a supplier error.