Dog showing kale on a chalk board

COMPELLING REASONS WHY YOUR DOG NEEDS KALE [AND THE GRASS-EATING MYSTERY]

Why do dogs eat grass and weeds? Maybe they are looking for chlorophyll and fiber lacking in their diets. A better alternative is to feed your dog fresh veggies, especially kale. Kale is packed with chlorophyll, fiber and a myriad of other nutrients that can help protect your dog against cancer, infections and age-related cataracts to name a few. Kale is a healthy and simple addition to your dog's bowl.

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Dog with a bowl of blueberries

THINGS YOUR DOG WISHES YOU KNEW ABOUT BLUEBERRIES [AND THE OXYGEN PARADOX]

Normal oxygen metabolism forms by-products inside the body that can damage your dog’s cells. This in turn can lead to disease. To stop oxidative damage or stress you must include antioxidants in your dog’s diet. Learn here how blueberries can help protect your dog from disease induced by oxidative damage. 

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WHY YOUR DOG NEEDS MORE CARROTS [AND LESS SCREEN TIME]

WHY YOUR DOG NEEDS MORE CARROTS [AND LESS SCREEN TIME]

Whether as a fun, tasty, and inexpensive snack, or added regularly to your dog’s food, carrots are a great addition to your pup’s diet. Discover all the benefits of carrots and why they are especially healthy for senior dogs.  

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Dogs and broccoli

BROCCOLI FOR DOGS: THINGS YOUR VET MIGHT NOT HAVE TOLD YOU

Discover why adding a daily portion of broccoli is one of the healthiest things you can do for your dog. Broccoli truly deserves to be called a "superfood" given its wide range of health benefits for humans and dogs. Learn why it is so healthy and how to feed it to your loved companion.

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