Dog Food & Dog Nutrition

Frequent Dog Vomiting?

My dog vomits regularly but seems fine afterward. Should I worry?

by Liane O'Hora
May 25th, 2018

Keeping your dog hydrated

Just like human beings, a dog's body is 80 percent water; here's how to make sure your best friend is properly hydrated, especially during the summer, and some pitfalls to avoid.

by dogtime
July 15th, 2014

Why high-quality ingredients are important for your pet

The dog food aisle at your local pet supply store can be an intimidating place for pet owners looking to choose the right pet food for their pooch. So many different foods on so many different shelves, covered in photos of smiling Border Collies, romping Jack Russells and snuggly Shih Tzus. Food in bags, food […]

by dogtime
August 1st, 2013

INhancer Hip & Joint Supplement Treats for dogs

Pet Product Review – INhancer Hip & Joint Supplement Treats for dogsNutritional supplements are a staple in our house: Joey, our 12 year old Lab, needs glucosamine supplements to relieve pain and rebuild his joints damaged by arthritis; Shakespeare, our 18 month old Great Dane, must have glucosamine daily to ward off hip dysplasia, a […]

by dogtime
April 1st, 2011

Nutrition Guidelines for Adult Dogs

Nutritional requirements vary from one dog to the next. The amount of food an adult dog needs depends upon his size and level of activity. Consider these tips when feeding your adult dog:Your dog’s lifestyle is a factor. A dog of normal activity level should be fed a ‘maintenance’ diet. A sedentary ‘couch potato’ should […]

by dogtime
March 31st, 2011

Are vegetarian or vegan diets ok for dogs?

Question:Are vegetarian dog foods ok for dogs? What about vegan dog foods?Answer:I have been a vegetarian for the last 25+ years of my life and am very sympathetic to ethical issues surrounding animal use as food. That said, a vegetarian diet can be appropriate for adult dogs. There are many brands out there which offer […]

by Pets Unlimited Veterinary Staff
April 23rd, 2010

Dog diet tips

Prevent your fit dog from becoming a fat dog.

by Michele C. Hollow
July 23rd, 2009
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