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May 2009

Consumer Complaints About Canidae Pet Foods

Canidae issued this statement - A statement from Canidae: We apologize to all who have voiced their concerns with our new formulation. Canidae distributed letters to retailers, breeders, updated packaging, and provided in-store signage, however it appears that this message did not reach all of our customers. The new formulation, with increased levels of meat protein, lowered carbohydrates, and an increased overall complex carbohydrate quality, provides the most nutritious, all natural, palatable products. Canidae never uses soy, corn, wheat, by-products, grain fractions, or fillers in our food. If you believe... Read more →

Everybody knows that the cleaner the hair, the shinier and better looking it is. Not only that, but bathing removes loose, dying skin cells in the first layer of the skin, allowing healthy, new layers to grow. If you notice any excessive flaking, that’s an indication that skin cells are dying prematurely and are in need of additional nourishment and support. Personally, Dr Jane Bicks recommend that cats be bathed two to four times each year. The life cycle of hair ends with shedding, and as the amount of hair... Read more →

The splendor of summer is right around the bend. We are approaching the season when children, freed from studies, populate the neighborhood, friends and families hold cook-outs, and we find ourselves preoccupied with the health our pet’s coats. There’s a reason for our annual fixation. Dogs usually begin to lose their winter coats in early spring, when it is gradually replaced by a shorter, lighter coat suited to the summer months. The amount of shedding varies widely from breed to breed. For example, the pet parents of German Shepherds will... Read more →

Nutro Products Announces Voluntary Recall of Limited Range of Dry Cat Food Products

Press Release From FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE -- Franklin, Tennessee (May 21, 2009) -- Today, Nutro Products announced a voluntary recall of select varieties of NUTRO® NATURAL CHOICE® COMPLETE CARE® Dry Cat Foods and NUTRO® MAX® Cat Dry Foods with “Best If Used By Dates” between May 12, 2010 and August 22, 2010. The cat food is being voluntarily recalled in the United States and ten additional countries. This recall is due to incorrect levels of zinc and potassium in our finished product resulting from a production error by a... Read more →

You clean out your closet, right? And your refrigerator? What about your body? If you struggle with fatigue, obesity, respiratory problems, or even a sluggish digestive system you should think about "cleaning out your body" too! Read on to find out how a simple detox plan can give you back your health and vitality! Do you want to live a long and healthy life? If you do then it is vital that you start to take care of your body in ways you may not have thought of before. We... Read more →

Treat your dog to wholesome and natural freeze dried dog treats. Freeze-Dried treats have a non-refrigerated shelf life in excess of 9 months without any preservatives. 100% All Natural Pet Treats USDA Inspected and approved Convenient, resealable jar keeps treats fresh Ingredients: USDA Beef, Rice Flour, Mozzarella Cheese, Tomato Sauce, Garlic Buy Freeze Dried Meatball Philly Cheesesteak Dog Treats Read more →

Raven, Rio & Thor just got in a Twirlz Bully Stick along with 2 Braided Bully Sticks and an adorable Small Plush Blue Dog Bone Toy that says "Fetch" on it from Supplies Just For Pets! As you can see it was complete chaos as the doggies were deciding who would get what Bully Stick. Ahhhh who will get the Twirlz Bully Stick..... Well the saying age before beauty is not true because Raven is the oldest and of course she's the beautiful winner of the Twirlz Bully Stick too!... Read more →

Our friends Sylvie and MugsyDog are out helping animals in need and raising money for the poor babies that have been affected by the Santa Barbara County wildfires. 1000+ animals have been displaced by the Santa Barbara County wildfires. The Humane Society of Santa Barbara needs our support to help take care of them. Donating through this website is simple, fast and totally secure. Please give what you can - every single dollar makes a difference. And if enough of us get together and share $1, we will quickly surpass... Read more →

Most mites go unnoticed, as the majority of them are microscopic and do not cause any harm. However, some can become problematic to both people and their pets, namely ticks. Ticks are blood-sucking skin parasites that latch and feed on the blood of their hosts, and as a result, transmit diseases. They inhabit areas where there are low bushes, shrubs, grass, or forests. Ticks have a life cycle of approximately three months. If left untreated, tick-borne diseases can cause serious health complications and sometimes even be fatal, as in the... Read more →

Both cats and dogs are susceptible to infection, even if they are indoors or concrete potty trained. Fleas are difficult to control because of their reproductive abilities and resilience. One female flea can lay over 2000 eggs in her life span, which means infestation can occur rapidly, and the eggs that are laid can survive for months in the environment, simply awaiting an appropriate host. This means that a single flea can infect your entire household, potentially posing infestation. For this reason, it is essential to control both the fleas... Read more →

Start Your Own Pet Food Business Today & You Might Win a Cruise!

Have you been looking for some extra cash? How about feeding your dog or cat for free? Maybe you already have a pet related business and are looking to add something extra but not carry any inventory. Well - Life's Abundance is your answer! It's easy to get started - just choose between our Basic and Exec Rep packages and you're in business! You even get an awesome fully function ecommerce website that takes your orders and the company ships them. It doesn't get any easier. We have awesome training... Read more →

What is Cat Hypothyroidism?

Hyperthyroidism is very common with middle-aged and older cats. It results when the thyroid glands (located near the cat’s windpipe) produce too much thyroid hormone. Hyperthyroid pets often lose weight despite a normal appetite and become nervous, irritable and vocal. For several days, they may be hyperactive and have a rapid heart beat, then lethargic, apathetic and uninterested in food, play or grooming. Thyroid imbalances are extremely common in North American pets. In cats, the problem is most often an overactive thyroid. In dogs, it’s the opposite: hypothyroidism (an under... Read more →