When it comes to your pet’s nutrition there is so much information, it can be confusing and overwhelming.
Nutritional counseling is an integral part of your pet’s annual wellness examination. Puppies and kittens have different requirements than adult dogs and cats, and again this varies with senior pets. There are a variety of pet foods available on the market. We have selected diets with high quality ingredients, excellent digestibility that will meet your pet’s nutritional requirements.
You can visit http://www.petfoodnutrition.com/ to get further information.
Making your pet’s food has become popular over the past few years and there are certain conditions when your pet would benefit from a home prepared diet. We have a number of methods to help you formulate a nutritionally balanced diet for your pet.
You can visit http://www.hilarywatson.com/ to see some information regarding home prepared diets.
Obesity is an issue that many pet owners have to deal with. Please ask us and we would be happy to assist you in selecting the most appropriate diet to help manage your pet’s weight. Dr. Ward has a great book called Chow Hounds that will help you understand some of the issues with weight. http://chowhoundsbook.com/Welcome.html
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