Shareable snacks for you and your dog

enzymes for dogs

Beach days, backyard barbecues, and trips to the lake call for yummy snacks that refresh and energize. You’ll love these simple snacks that can be eaten alone, or shared with a friend! Coconut Coconut is the perfect sprinkle for your dog’s food and great for making treats. Give coconut chips a try too. Coconut contains […]

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Are enzymes and probiotics for pets natural?

In a natural setting dogs and cats consume probiotics by the billions from eating the insides of their prey. While probiotics are very beneficial and help with digestion, the overwhelming burden of digestion falls on the enzymes found in the raw meat. Raw meat contains naturally occurring enzymes that are necessary for complete digestion. Unfortunately, […]

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Why is my dog eating that?!

Do you have a dog that will eat just about anything? We get calls every month from people saying their dog is eating everything from grass to stool. True, some dogs chew on things when they are puppies and will eventually grow out of it. For most dogs however, eating something that is not “food” […]

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Why enzymes and probiotics for pets are necessary

total biotics

In a pet store, most often, digestive enzymes and probiotics are displayed in the remedy isle. The message that sends is to get these products after a problem shows up. That is like changing the oil in the family car after you have engine problems. Oil changes are normal necessary maintenance for a car. Digestive […]

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What all pet supply stores should know about digestion

digestive enzymes for pets

Q: What can retailers do to help educate consumers on dog digestive health? A: Retailers need to reason with pet owners and teach them that dogs and cats are essentially raw food consumers and in the wild are not going to catch their dinner and then Bar-B-Q it. Commercially produced raw food is fine, but […]

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Why every dog needs digestive enzymes

If you feed your dog kibble, canned, home cooked, or commercially processed “raw” foods, he needs digestive enzymes. While these types of foods can provide high quality nutrients for your dog, once the food is cooked or heated to a temperature above 118 degrees Fahrenheit, all of the digestive enzymes in the food will have […]

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