It’s what’s on the inside that counts! From strong bones to powerful hearts, our bodies need certain things to stay healthy — and that goes for our pups too. One key way to support our pup’s health and strengthen their immune system is by maintaining a healthy lifestyle. The best way to start? A fresh,
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Want to make sure your pup is at the head of the class this National Train Your Dog Month? From manners to mealtime, Nancy Schumacher, a CPDT-KA Certified Dog Trainer, and founder of Best In Behavior, talks to us about how to make training your pup rewarding for the whole family. Nancy, a lifelong animal
Many of us like to set goals for the new year ahead - but has your pup made any New Year’s resolutions? Here are three goals that can help your pup live their best life. New Year’s Resolution #1 Eat Right! We all crave comfort foods in winter. Try warming up your pup’s food this
Fur-well 2019, hello 2020! As we head into the new year and a brand new decade, it’s a great time to set healthy goals for ourselves and our pups. The future is bright, especially with 2020 vision! We’ve compiled some goals to help our furry friends live their best lives with healthy eyesight. An Apple
Meet the woman behind our pup-approved meals. Dr. Renee Streeter is a board-certified veterinary nutritionist and the brains behind our healthy recipes. Dr. Streeter, a Cornell graduate, has partnered with our team to formulate recipes that are full of nutritional value for our furry best friends. And, healthy does not have to mean bland. Dr.
Staying healthy and eating deliciously doesn’t have to be complicated — especially for our pups! At Pet Plate, we understand that it’s what in the bowl that counts. We’re passionate about providing a simple solution to well-balanced meals, full of vitamins, nutrients, and fresh ingredients, for doggos everywhere! Our veterinarian-designed recipes are formulated for all
PUT YOUR PUP FIRST Did you know that 54% of dogs in the United States are overweight or obese? This holiday, we’re dedicated to teaching pet parents how they can keep their pup fit, lean, and at a healthy weight. When pups are overweight, fat often appears around their rib cage, restricting movement at the