Author Archives: Stewart Pet

A Thanksgiving Meal Fit for Fido

Even as pet nutrition pros, we’re guilty of slipping our pets a small bite of people food here and there – and Thanksgiving is certainly no exception. As a holiday centered on food, we think it’s only fair to include … Continue reading

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Let’s Talk Holiday Travel

We can’t believe it’s already time to be thinking about Thanksgiving (not to mention Christmas!) – not only are there gifts, cards, and groceries to buy, but it’s time to be thinking about family trips and visits to maximize the … Continue reading

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The Dish on Pet Diabetes

November is National Diabetes Month, originally intended to raise awareness among humans, but (like most things) has drifted into the pet realm.  It’s important to know a few things about pet diabetes, primarily its prevention, symptoms, and treatments, so you … Continue reading

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Animal Shelters and You: Ways to Appreciate their Cause

Next week, November 6-12, marks National Animal Shelter Appreciation Week, created to get people interested and involved in their favorite rescue’s mission. Most shelters wouldn’t exist without the help of advocating volunteers and those who donate to the cause. Just … Continue reading

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Ways to Spoil Kitty this National Cat Day

Just because we specialize in dog nutrition doesn’t mean we don’t have a soft spot for cats, too! October 29 marks National Cat Day – a chance to celebrate all the fabulous felines out there and recognize what makes them … Continue reading

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Let’s Talk About Toy Safety

Some dogs can have the same toys for years, being gentle and careful not to destroy one of their favorite things. Other dogs… well, let’s just say most toys don’t stand a chance. While we love seeing our dogs enjoy … Continue reading

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Is your Pet Overweight?

It’s a sad fact that roughly 50% of America’s pets are overweight – which is probably why someone dubbed October 12 Pet Obesity Awareness Day, intended to call attention to a very real, and clearly underestimated, problem.  As a company … Continue reading

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What’re you waiting For? Now’s the Time to Adopt!

With all the awareness holidays on the Internet these days, we’re thrilled to see there’s a whole month dedicated to the buddies out there who need a home; October is Adopt a [Shelter] Dog Month, clearly intended to prompt people … Continue reading

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It’s National Guide Dog Month!

September is National Guide Dog Month (or National Service Dog Month, depending where you look), a nod to the dogs who make it their life’s work to keep their owners safe.  What started as a one-time fundraiser by the late … Continue reading

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The Need to Know on Puppy Mills

It’s a sad fact that some people don’t care about dogs the way we do and merely see them as an opportunity for easy cash – making over breeding in unacceptable conditions a very real issue. The good news is, … Continue reading

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