Feeding these small, sweet-sour fruits to your pet may help ward off chronic diseases and keep them from gaining unwanted pounds, but are they 100% OK for companion animals? Here’s what you should know when sharing this food with them.
When offered in the proper way (chopped in small pieces), this popular tree nut can add a crunchy texture and a healthy dose of phytochemicals to your pet’s snack time. Learn more about its benefits here.
Called 'Mother Nature's original superfood,' this simple, easy to prepare and inexpensive source of bioavailable nutrients is a staple food around the world, but did you know that it can be shared with pets as well?
It may look like a potato, but this tuber has deep orange flesh that offers numerous antioxidants and nutrients, making it a great pet treat. Learn more about its benefits and how you can offer it to your pet here.
Popular during the holidays, this sweet and savory nut offers an array of health-boosting nutrients and bioactive compounds, and the good news is you can also share it as a healthy treat with your pet this season of giving!
With the holidays just around the corner, this humble but versatile vegetable should be part of your dinner spread. If you've got a few pieces to share, add them to your pet's food bowl so they can enjoy its crunchy goodness.
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