DEAR GRASS FED: The technical term for eating things that aren't food is Pica. While serious cases of Pica can result from nutritional deficiencies, it's usually a sign of boredom (especially in puppies). #pupsthesedays Rest assured, eating grass generally shouldn't raise any red flags - many vets consider it normal behavior. If your pup is eating
You've decided to take your pet’s nutrition more seriously, but the food labels are confusing. We get it n' we're here to help. The good news is the FDA regulates pet food ingredients in a similar fashion to human food. The not as good news is that there is specific language in those regulations
Like humans, dogs have an assortment of important dietary needs. And with increasing concern over the ingredients in commercial dog food, healthy superfoods are an excellent addition to every dog’s diet. Here’s the top 10 best superfoods to add to your dog’s bowl:EGGS: As the saying goes, “An egg a day keeps the vet away”.