Tips For Slowing The Ageing Process Of Your Pet

Canine “science-based” research has classified over 80% of dogs, over the age of six, as geriatric. Rounding that figure out by human comparison, we end up with the ripe age of 42. 42! As a 46-year-old woman, I don’t think I’m ready to move into assisted living just yet. Six or seven in dog years… Read more

An All-Natural Battle Plan to Win the War Against Fleas

Many pet parents lose their minds during the dreaded Flea Season, as they desperately scramble to fight these tenacious, six-legged pests with anything they can get their hands on, even to the detriment of their beloved two- and four-legged family members. Most of the common topical and oral OTC and prescription flea preparations can cause… Read more

8 Natural Ways To Reduce Inflammation

Inflammation. It’s one of those hard-to-define, vague terms that often defies simple explanation because it presents in so many unique ways and affects numerous systems of the body. The most basic interpretation of inflammation includes a host of symptomatic or descriptive terms including redness, localized swelling, heat, tenderness and pain upon physical touch. Inflammation can… Read more

How Sweet It Isn’t: Sugar in Your Dog’s Diet

Despite its delectable taste, sugar has been on every nutritionist’s hit list for years, and with good reason.  Much like Savoir Faire, sugar is everywhere! The average American consumes 23 teaspoons, or 7-plus tablespoons, of sugar per day.  It makes us wonder how much of the sweet, white stuff the average American dog consumes per… Read more

A Natural Approach To Treating Your Pets Skin Conditions

The main reason we seek veterinary care for our dogs is to address skin issues. In our quest for solutions and true cures, we often find ourselves in potentially precarious positions. Here’s why: although the skin is the largest organ of the body, the predominant allopathic treatment approach involves symptom suppression, rather than a search… Read more

Feed More Of This Nutrient To your Dog For A Longer Life…

In a recent study from the American Veterinarian Association revealed that even though pet owners are becoming more proactive and vigilant about their pet’s health, 80% of pets are now obese and are suffering with lifestyle related diseases. Other studies found that pets who increased consumption of one particular nutrient had lower risk of cancer,… Read more

Pet Snacks – Best Of 2016

It’s James here from Pet Snacks, and I’d like to take this opportunity to say Happy New Year!! I’m hoping your 2016 was an amazing year, and 2017 is going to be even better. Today I’d like to help get your year off to a good start by sharing the best (most liked and shared)… Read more

5 Toxic Christmas Foods You MUST Avoid Feeding Your Dog…

Hey it’s James, Pet Snacks founder, and today I’m here with 5 “dangerous foods” that you need to avoid feeding your dog this Christmas. These 5 foods are extremely common at this time of year, and are usually in abundance, so grab your Christmas hat and let’s jump right in. Here are the 5 common… Read more

4 Food Groups You MUST Include in Your Dogs Diet

You may have heard that feeding processed food to your dog is a big-time “no no” for those looking to improve their dog’s health. In fact, you’ve probably even heard that feeding processed foods can undoubtedly take years off your dog’s life…or even worse, cause them to get cancer… We’ll there is good news, and… Read more

9 Ways to Show Your Pet You Love Them

Every now and again your dog will do something so sweet or cute, it makes you stop and think about how much we appreciate and love them. You know they’re committed to you and you have their complete devotion. But you, you’re always busy, you have your work, your friends and other activities. So forget… Read more