We now carry LubriSyn HA, a Hyaluronic Acid Joint Supplement for dogs and cats that helps to ease pain, acts as a shock absorber for better mobility, and is faster and more effective than a pill or powder. Stop into the store to learn more or to purchase.
We highly recommend watching the "Pet Fooled" documentary on Netflix.
With commentary by two prominent veterinarians, the film looks at the unregulated pet food industry and its negative impact on animals' health, as well as what they should be fed for optimal health.
What type of food should I be feeding my cat?
It's a common question heard by veterinarians: should I give my cat wet or dry food? This article explores some of the reasons for giving each type of cat food.
Wet (canned) food is beneficial for cats because it provides moisture. Cats in the wild get most of their water from the prey they consume, with little or no need for drinking it on the side. In fact, cats have evolved with a very low thirst drive as compared with other species.
For convenience, hard food beats wet food paws down, which is why most people with cats include hard food in their cats' diets. For instance, when you leave the house for a while, it makes sense to leave out hard food, not wet food, which will spoil and become unappetizing (and messy to clean).
(article at CatHealth.com)