Seems I’ve been spending a lot more time on my pet food soapbox recently, so I thought I’d post a few of my most recent rants.
Whether it’s pet food or human food, veterinary services or your medical care, or an accessory for you or your pet, are you aware of the cause and affect you initiate when buying on price alone?
Every day stores compete for your business. Products and goods can be found for a range of prices, yet many of us do not think about the loss or gains beyond our own wallet.
In this post, I'm letting a client share their new found respect for the healing powers of a raw diet. ~Terri
It was a pleasure chatting with you about our Montezuma! We feel indebted to PetSage for carrying Rad Cat Raw Diet cat food, the saving grace of our Montezuma!
Many clients aren't aware of the services we offer. Instead of listing, I thought I’d share a day that demonstrated our range.
While we got off to a chaotic start, our Holiday Treat Class for pets ended up being more of a social gathering of friends in the kitchen.
Miracle elixirs. Revolutionary nutrients. Superfoods. Each day new products, new miracles, new recommendations propel us into seeking a better magic bullet. As a homo-sapien, with a sizeable brain, we can choose to imbibe in one of these latest super nutrients, supplements or therapies. However, as our wards, our pets depend upon us to use that sizeable brain and to identify and qualify a newly proposed health miracle for its appropriateness and application.
Last Friday I had a fantastic opportunity to talk about making pet food and pet food ingredients on the Fox Morning Show with anchor, Sarah Simmons. Thanks to Sarah’s perceptive guidance,
On my flight to the American Holistic Veterinary Medical Conference in August, this muddy face broke the ice with the stranger seated next to me and I got to talk about one of my favorite topics: pet nutrition.
Standing in line at the grocery store watching customers purchase dry, bargain brand cat or dog food is very hard for me. All I want to do is grab the bag and start explaining the health risks they are taking home to their companion.
The recent Wellness canned cat food recall is a reminder we need to offer a variety of foods to our animal companions. Yes, this flies in the face of the traditional recommendation that pets need to remain on one food and one food only, but evidence demonstrates in doing so we can set our pets up for health risks.
Founder, President, and PetSage guiding light Terri Grow offers her insights and wisdom on pet care.