Mabel the Rescue Dog

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For a long time, there has been a debate about whether or not grain-free dog food is linked to dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM) in dogs. I have written about this topic in the past, but I wanted to give an update on some positive new information. New research helps confirm that grain-free food is not bad dog food. (Click title to read more!)

If you follow me on Facebook, you’ve probably seen me post about food toppers recently. That’s because Molly got some free samples through work, and I got to try them for the first time. Before I tried them, I didn’t really know much about them, but now I believe that they are an important dog supply that more dog parents should try! (Click title to read more!)

There are lots of disagreements when it comes to what food is best for your dog. Most confusion comes from what vets tell you. You’ve probably seen many articles about how it’s important to have healthy meat sources and no fillers in your dog’s food. However, many of the brands vets recommend contradict this healthy advice. Why is that? (Click title to read more!)

Everyone makes mistakes, even the best dogs and the best dog parents. Therefore, it’s important to acknowledge your mistakes and learn from them, especially when it comes to caring for your pup. So, here are some of the most common mistakes that dog parents make. If you’re one of them, that’s okay! Humans can always improve for their dogs! (Click title to read more!)

Like humans, dogs can get allergies to everyday food items and ingredients. Every dog can have allergic reactions to different things, but there are certainly some common dog food ingredients and human foods that lots of dogs are sensitive to. If your dog has an allergic reaction, it’s important to find the cause right away! (Click title to read more!)

Dog parents are often very opinionated about what others feed their dogs. There are just so many options to choose from, so how do you know what is best for your pup? At first, I thought there was only dry and wet food, but I quickly learned about raw dog food too. So, what exactly is raw dog food? (Click title to read more!)

There are a lot of options when it comes to buying products for your dog. There are big chains such as Petco and PetSmart, and then there’s smaller, local pet stores like Woof Gang Bakery. You can find everything you need at pretty much any of these pet stores, but many humans prefer one over the other. So, what’s the difference? (Click title to read more!)

Happy Thanksgiving! I’m sure many of you have big feasts planned, so it is likely that your dog will be getting some table scraps. However, a lot of the food that is served on Thanksgiving can actually be harmful to your dog. So, I decided to create a list of what you can and can’t feed your dog during this celebration. (Click title to read more!)

I’m sure many of you have heard about FDA investigation about grain-free dog food by now, and even if you haven’t, it might sound concerning to you. Molly and I have been asked so many questions regarding this situation, and with some new information we’ve learned, we’d like to attempt to put some rumors to rest. (Click title to read more!)