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Choosing the Best Food For Your Dog: Thinking Critically About Your Dog's Food:

Some hints and tips to help you find the right food for your dog: By Frenchie Long-Sabados One of the questions I hear most often is “what is the best food on the market”? The reason for this question is simple: animals are family, and just like children we want them to have the best possible care and food the market has to offer. However, this question is not always so easy to answer. There will always be a “top quality” food on the market, and one of them will ALWAYS be the best. However, the BEST may not be what is RIGHT for your canine companion... I hope that the following information will help you to feel more comfortable...

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Feral Cats: Part I

  Breaking News: Shocking!  Family moves ~ leaves feline   family member to fend for herself!   Oh wouldn’t it be great if this kind of behavior were newsworthy and seen as scandalous?   What if abandoning furry family members was truly a punishable offense? Sadly, the reason we don’t see this kind of headline is because this sort of behavior in humans is all too common.  When discarded like this, family pets have no choice but to try and make it on their own.  If they do not meet an untimely end, the majorities of these pets become feral or are scooped up by animal control.  Very few find themselves swept off their paws fairy-tale style and find themselves in...

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Cats: Wet Food Part II

  Cats:  Wet Food  part II I had a feeling I would get some arguments on my article about feeding wet food. (see part I : Why Wet Food Is Best For Cats) . “No…just no” One reader replied, and she added “not for ALL cats, anyway”.  This reader is a cat lover and a champion for cats so she may have a compelling argument which I have overlooked.  I do wish I could answer some of the objections more specifically, but I have not been able to get objectors to respond to exactly why they feel not all cats would do better on wet.  What I can say is that I know it is more expensive, and that I...

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True story: How the EnduraPet name came to be.

Last week someone read our name EnduraPet to mean something entirely opposite of what we intended when we named our product line. We cleared the misconception immediately, but it made me realize that I never actually told you all where we got our name in the first place: The misinterpretation came when an animal lover read "EnduraPet" to mean "Endure-a-Pet". In her words, "I don't think I like the company name in the least. ... why would a company that bothers to offer herbal options call themselves Endure A Pet? They are chosen family and not something to be endured."  Eek! My heart sank immediately, but then I was relieved. After all, this is an opportunity for educating the public...

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