So you think your dog has food allergies? Let’s take a look at your food. The most common food ingredients responsible for allergies are chicken, beef, dairy, pork, lamb, fish, eggs, corn, soy, and grains (e.g. wheat, whey). Corn and wheat are often used as cheap fillers in pet foods.
Vomiting can be signs of a serious problem, including obstructions in your dog’s intestines. If your dog has suddenly started vomiting, please take your dog to your vet for care. Some dogs, despite being in […]
Looking for a great gift for a dog or cat? Our raw dehydrated foods make great presents for that special pet. What makes raw dehydrated food so unique? We start with the best in New […]
Unless your cat is Mr. Bigglesworth or a distant related cousin, bald spots are a sign of something not quite working for your cat. What causes bald spots on cats? To find out, start at the base of your cat’s health and look at his nutrition.
So you suspect your feline might have a cat food allergy. Most food allergies in pets are actually a food intolerance. The vast majority of cat foods offer only two sources of protein, chicken and fish. Some brands of cat food also use cheap fillers which can make allergies worse. Cats can have a hard time digesting grains such as corn or wheat, causing them to have allergy-like symptoms.
Cats like to be clean. Did you know that cats spend up to 50% of their day cleaning themselves? That’s a lot of cleaning! If your cat is excessively cleaning themselves to the point of losing hair, this could be a sign that your cat food needs a change.
Is your dog itchy? Scratching himself constantly? Missing hair? Chewing on his paws? All of these are signs that it may be time for you to consider a new diet for your dog. Let’s […]
Felines have very different nutritional requirements compared to humans and dogs. Cats are obligate carnivores, meaning that they more readily digest proteins from meat. They also consume much of their water directly through their […]
Addiction Foods offers many nutritional solutions for pets with Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD). We carefully select ingredients that have low-allergenic properties, as described below. After your veterinarian has diagnosed your dog or cat with IBD, […]
Gone are the days when this myth ran rampant across borders, on and off the Internet. High protein pet foods will cause kidney diseases in pets. Because of this old wives’ tale, […]