Dog Food

If you didn’t already know, part of each sale on the iHeartDogs.com store is donated to GreaterGood.org, which offers grants for charities and programs like Rescue Bank. Customers like you are the reason heartwarming stories like this one are possible! When Buzz Lightyear came to Amore Pit Bull Rescue in 2014, the poor thing was starving. He was
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With the holidays approaching, your dog needs something special to feast on. Of course, you’re cooking the tastiest meals for you and your human family, but what about your furry family members? They’ve been eating the same boring food all year long, so it’s time to give them a change and make their holiday feasts
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Your dog’s health should always be a priority, and a huge part of their well-being is what they eat. Many dog parents just choose one of the most popular brands because it seems easier, however, many of the name brand dog foods are actually not the healthiest. So, when it comes to feeding your dog,
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Anyone who has experience living with a dog knows that on occasion, dogs vomit. If it’s a one-time thing it is probably nothing to worry about…unless it is landed on that brand new rug. (Yikes.) However, if your pup throws up more than once in a short amount of time or seems to throw up
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The 2018 survey conducted by the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention found that 56% of dogs in the United States are overweight or obese. Obesity can lead to serious complications ad health concerns for your dog, and it can rescue the quality of their life if not addressed properly. Overfeeding, too many treats, and not getting
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When you think about a facility that produces dog food, do images of conveyer belts, giant vats,  and push brooms removing sloppy waste from the floor may come to mind? Dog food and dog food factories don’t always inspire confidence in people, especially when we are constantly bombarded with recalls, warnings, and health scares surrounding
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Food is one way we express love to our dogs. We love to watch them get excited about a heaping serving at mealtime and we enjoy seeing them get excited over between-meal treats. Just like with humans, though, we have to be careful to give our dogs the right balance of food and activity to
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Healthy meal delivery services like HelloFresh, Blue Apron, and Purple Carrot, have exploded in popularity among health conscious families that want an easy way to eat healthy every day. These services take the guess work out of meal planning and purchasing, making them the perfect solution for busy households that want to maintain a healthy
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If you watched the eye-opening documentary Pet Fooled on Netflix, you may be left wondering what now? While the film sheds a not-so flattering spotlight on the American pet food industry, it leaves viewers with few practical solutions for healthy feeding. The featured veterinarians definitely skew towards a raw, biologically-appropriate feeding protocol, but they also acknowledge
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If you’re confused about the FDA’s announcement linking dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM) to grain-free diets, you’re not alone! According to an iHeartDogs poll taken by 4,000 people, roughly 50% of owners currently using grain-free are planning on switching, while the other 50% are sticking with grain-free. Here’s 7 things you need to know about the FDA’s
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If you watched the eye-opening documentary Pet Fooled on Netflix, you may be left wondering what now? While the film sheds a not-so flattering spotlight on the American pet food industry, it leaves viewers with few practical solutions for healthy feeding. The featured veterinarians definitely skew towards a raw, biologically-appropriate feeding protocol, but they also acknowledge
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“Bye Bye Bad Stuff: At Petco, we have set the new standard in nutrition by eliminating all dog and cat food and treats that contain artificial ingredients*.” This bold promise is featured on PetCo’s website at the top of their new Better Nutrition page. Unfortunately, the company’s claims are not entirely true. The above statement ends in
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The numbers on dog obesity are startling: In 2018, a survey from the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention found approximately 56% of dogs in the United States were overweight or obese. After reading that stat, you may look at your pup and wonder, “is my dog overweight?” Sometimes a pudgy pup is cute. Unfortunately, excess pounds puts
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