Healthy Pets
  • Measure out how much food and treats your dog eats

    Just like people, dogs need to watch their portion sizes to maintain a healthy weight and lower their risk for diabetes, cancer and liver disease.

    According to dog expert Cesar Millan, pet owners should measure how much food their dog is eating. Millan recommends using a measuring cup to ensure you are feeding your dog the correct portion sizes.

  • How to keep pet food safe

    Pets, just like humans, are at risk of Salmonella poisoning. To keep your pet safe it's important to know how to protect your pet against Salmonella, and what signs to look for to see if he or she might be infected.

  • Human food that's OK for dogs to eat

    When you sit down for dinner, some dogs will casually sit under the table just hoping for a table scrap to fall, or for his or her owner to give in and offer him a morsel.

    While it's OK to occasionally give your dog human food, just make sure that it's a food that's OK for dogs to eat, as many foods that are safe for humans can be dangerous to dogs.

    According to dog expert Cesar Millan, here are some human foods that are OK for dogs to eat:

    - Peanut butter

  • Thanksgiving Safety Tips

    Thanksgiving is a time for friends, family and holiday feasts--but also a time for possible distress for our animal companions. Pets won't be so thankful if they munch on undercooked turkey or a pet-unfriendly floral arrangement, or if they stumble upon an unattended alcoholic drink.

    Check out the following tips for a fulfilling Thanksgiving that your pets can enjoy, too:

  • Tips for feeding pets Thanksgiving leftovers

    With the holiday season kicking off with Thanksgiving next week, your dog or cat will be begging to be a part of your family dinner. While most people admit to sharing scraps and bits of dinner with their furry family members, there are some foods you should avoid sharing.

    Turkey is good

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