Many manufacturers add ingredients that are called fillers into bags of pet food for the purpose of adding volume but they contain little to no nutrition value. Inside the industry it is know as a very inexpensive way to make the consumer think they are getting a good value but upon reading this, you may now understand why your pet does not want to eat it.
The number one problem that drives pets into the veterinarians office is dry, itchy skin and or Fleas. Did you know that the majority of these cases can be solved just by learning about your pets basic nutritional needs and supplying them a diet that performs better for them?
I think my favorite section on this site is the Lost and Found. You can post a picture and description of your missing pet. Just think of the great feelings that will come when a connection is made! Beyond cats and dogs, the Adoption section even has a search for horses!!
This video collection is quite impressive! There are over 40 training videos for you and your pooch. You can teach your dog to play Hide 'n Seek with you, learn about pool safety for dogs, and impress your friends when your pup masters the "Take a Nap" trick. There are also videos of basic training commands that will be helpful and make your pet a pleasure to be arou