Dog Food

Dog Food
Choosing an appropriate balanced dog food for your new furry friend is essential. Feeding is the best way to keep your pup healthy. If you are a bit getting lost when picking up dry dog foods online; not sure what should be added as side dishes and snacks; have no idea of how much and how often to feed your dog, don't worry and check out here! We prepared all basic feeding information for you!
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Feeding Tips

I know it could be confused for every new pet parent to feed their pups. Questions like how much should I feed, how often should I feed, is there any difference when it comes to feeding puppies and senior dogs, are full of your head. Don't worry, we are here to help you. You only need to read 7 short articles to get enough basic knowledge of feeding tips!

Can Dogs Eat?

The digestive system of dogs is different from the humans. In addition to eating dog food, dogs occasionally add some vegetables or fruits to the dog's nutritional supplement is also very good. There are some foods that dogs can or cannot eat, and some foods can only be eaten in small amounts. If you have a pet with special medical needs, consult a veterinarian before feeding anyone.

Dog Food Recalls

The Recalls, Market Withdrawals & Safety Alerts are available on FDA’s website for three years before being archived. The list below provides information gathered from press releases and other public notices about certain recalls of FDA-regulated products. Not all recalls have press releases or are posted on this page. See Additional information about recalls for a more complete listing.
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Hello ! This Is Lanna!

Miss Lanna has lived on the run most of her life. We had to get a trapper for her and now she is learning how to be an inside dog and how to get treated with kindness. Lanna is currently working on potty training. She is about 3 years old and weighs 11lbs. Lanna is scared and shy of new people, however, she is very treat motivated. Her new adopter will have to understand they will need to be patient with her and work with Lanna to gain her trust. Lanna will happily accept your love in exchange for a treat! Lanna does not like to walk on a leash. Therefore, no apartments. She must go to a home with a backyard. She loves other dogs and is very playful. Lanna would do best in a home with another dog who can show her the ropes. Because she is scared of people we would recommend a quiet home without a lot of visitors and with children over 12 years of age. Lanna is crate trained. She has not met a cat but can be cat tested upon request.
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