Author Archives: Stewart Pet

National Pet Day: How Millions of Pet-Owning Households Can Participate

Tuesday, April 11, is National Pet Day – an awareness holiday intended to bring attention not only to your own relationship with your animal, but also to the less fortunate buddies in your community. And with so many pet lovers … Continue reading

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An Easter Basket Fit for Fido

Other than rabbits, Easter isn’t exactly the most popular time to think of pets – but, honestly, we use any excuse to spoil our pooches soo… guess who also wakes up to a personalized basket on Easter morning? We know … Continue reading

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Pup, Pup, Hooray! Celebrating National Puppy Day

We don’t know about you, but there are few things we can think of cuter than puppies. There’s just something about those goofy, fluffy, curious little oafs that melts our heart… and makes it incredibly difficult to punish them (ugh.) … Continue reading

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Preventing Pet Poisoning (and Recognizing the Symptoms)

March 19-25 marks Poison Prevention Week, intended to raise awareness and increase education about poisonous substances and ways to keep yourselves, and your pets, safe. The best place to start is with a brief recap of common household items that … Continue reading

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A Wee Ode to Some Four Leaf Canines

Ah, St. Patrick’s Day, once a religious celebration for the Irish, now a widespread celebration complete with parades, food, dancing, drinking, and lots o’ green. But, seeing as it all started in Ireland, we wanted to get in the spirit … Continue reading

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Water Fountains for Pets: Pros and Cons

As pet nutrition experts, we focus a lot of our attention on food, but proper hydration plays just as big of a role in our pets’ well being. Just like us, pets’ bodies are composed of up to 80% water … Continue reading

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One Size Doesn’t Fit All: Finding Your Pet’s Ideal Diet

For many pet owners one of the biggest challenges is finding the right diet for their pet, as that’s probably the biggest contributor to their longevity; and with so many “complete and balanced” options on the shelves, it can be … Continue reading

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Check Out Our Cat Health Checklist

We may be dog nutrition experts, but that doesn’t mean we don’t love all companion animals. February is Cat Health Month, intended to bring feline health to the forefront of owners’ minds, because according to the American Veterinary Medical Association … Continue reading

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21 Important, Unusual and Often Overlooked Winter Threats For Pets

by Sloan McKinney Sloan McKinney is a journalist based in Southern California. After writing about pop culture for a number of years, she has recently begun writing for a new audience. Inspired by DeAnthony, her cat, as well as her … Continue reading

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Keeping Your Sweetheart Safe this V-Day

Ah, Valentine’s Day – the celebration of love between two people; a day most humans either love or, well… don’t. Around our offices we have all sorts of statuses – married, single, newly coupled, divorced – but we all have … Continue reading

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