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New Pet: Dog Play

Congratulations on bringing home a new dog! Whether your pup is a couch potato or high-energy working dog, keeping them busy with safe, fun ways to play will go far in engaging their minds and bodies so they can feel at their best. Check out our resources below on playing with your new pup.

Fun in the Snow with Your Dog

Prepping Your for Outdoor Activities

New Dog Owner’s Guide

End of Summer Fun for Pets

New Pet: Puppy Play

Congratulations on welcoming a puppy into your life! As you probably know, most puppies are filled with more energy and excitement than they know what to do with. There are plenty of safe, fun ways to engage your puppy in play that will help him or her stay busy and to develop a special bond with you. Check out our resources, below.

Easy DIY Pet Toys for the Special Pets in Your Life

Fun in the Snow with Your Dog

End of Summer Fun with Pets

How to Make a Puppy Welcome Basket

New Pet: Kitten Play

We are so happy that you made the decision to welcome a kitten into your family!  Kittens are such a fun addition to the household with their playful, silly antics. If you’re looking to channel your kitten’s energy into safe, engaging activities he or she will love, check out the below resources.

DIY Pet Toys for the Special Pet in Your Life

Top Cat Gifts

The Importance of Toys for a Cat’s Health

New Pet: Cat Play

Congratulations on welcoming a new cat into your family! Even if you chose a lap cat for your four-legged friend, odds are that kitty will have a playful streak you may have not seen yet. We’ve compiled some resources below to help you find ways to play and bond with your new cat.

How to Name Your New Cat

DIY Toys for the Special Pet in Your Life

The Benefits of Hiring a Pet Sitter

Top Cat Gifts

The Importance of Toys for a Cat’s Health

New Pet: Feeding Your Puppy

You’ve got your new puppy home and have spoiled her with lots of toys and attention. But with so many options, choosing a food for a growing puppy can be overwhelming. Check out our resources below to help you learn about all things nutrition for your new four-legged friend.

Differences in Digestion: Small Breeds vs Large Breeds

Nutrition for Small Breed Dogs

Puppy Nutrition

Reasons to Add Wet Food to Your Dog’s Diet

New Dog Owner’s Guide

Does Your Dog Have Seasonal Allergies?

The Benefits of Probiotics for Your Pet

New Pet: Feeding Your Cat

So you’ve brought a new cat home? Congratulations! Depending on your cat’s taste preferences, lifestyle and potential health concerns, choosing the perfect natural food may be tricky. We’ve compiled some resources to help you make the decision more smoothly. Check them out, below.

Encouraging Healthy Hydration for Your Feline Friend

Food Allergies and Intolerances in Pets

Obesity Prevention for Pets

Choosing a Grain Free Diet for Your Pet

The Benefits of Probiotics for Your Pet

Tame Your Cat’s Hairballs

How to Prevent Pet Diabetes

New Pet: Feeding Your Dog

So you brought a new four-legged friend into your life? Congratulations! Depending on your adult dog’s history, breed size, lifestyle and more, he or she may have some nutritional needs that make finding the perfect natural food a little challenging. We’ve put together some resources below to help you find a diet that will work for your dog.

Differences in Digestion: Small Breeds vs Large Breeds

Food Allergies and Intolerances

Helping Your Dog Maintain a Healthy Weight

Choosing a Grain Free Diet for Your Dog

Nutrition for Small Dogs

15 Reasons to Consider Adding Wet Food to Your Dog’s Diet

Does Your Dog Have Seasonal Allergies?

The Benefits of Probiotics for Your Pet

How to Prevent Pet Diabetes

Managing Pet Allergies the Natural Way

New Pet: Feeding Your Kitten

Congratulations on your new kitten! It can be overwhelming in the beginning to help find the right diet for your young four-legged friend. For helpful information on how to make sure your kitten gets the nutrition needed to grow big and strong, check out the below resources.

Choosing a Food for your Kitten

The Benefits of Probiotics for Your Pet

Wholesome Ingredients for Your Pet

Choosing A Food for your Kitten

Pets bring us joy and unconditional love. That’s why they deserve a diet of the highest quality. Wellness® Recipes are formulated with wholesome and natural ingredients plus a boost of super nutrients including antioxidants, omega fatty acids, prebiotics and probiotics. And we never use any artificial ingredients, colors, flavors or inexpensive poultry by-product meals. When expertly combined, the way that only Wellness can, the result is a natural pet food that truly delivers more.Wellness® Dog & Cat Complete Health Recipes provide:
Live Active Probiotics – added after the cooking process to promote a healthy intestinal tract and overall digestive health at guaranteed levels
Omega 3 & 6 Mix – guaranteed levels of essential fatty acids for cellular function and healthy skin
Essential Vitamins & Minerals – designed for cellular health, immunity and disease resistance
Fruit & Veggie Antioxidants – a proactive step in improving your pet’s nutrition

To create perfectly balanced, grain-free kitten food, Wellness blends whole-prey chicken and chicken fat to promote growth, with Docosahexaenoic acid DHA from herring meal to help support cognitive development.

Live Active Probiotics – added after the cooking process to promote a healthy intestinal tract and overall digestive health at guaranteed levels

Omega 3 & 6 Mix – guaranteed levels of essential fatty acids for cellular function and healthy skin

Essential Vitamins & Minerals – designed for cellular health, immunity and disease resistance

Fruit & Veggie Antioxidants – a proactive step in improving your pet’s nutrition

These delicious natural Wellness recipes are available for your new kitten:

Wellness Complete Health Kitten Health

Kitten Health is a well-rounded, everyday diet of meats, grains and fruits. We have focused on the nutrition that growing kittens need to develop at the right pace from weaning to 1 year. Get your kitten’s growing stomach off to the right start!

Wellness Complete Health Kitten Health Wet Food

Kittens require extra energy in the form of calories, fat and protein to fuel all of their growing, playing and discovering. We carefully formulated our Kitten Food recipe with these unique needs in mind.

Wellness CORE Kitten

Grain-Free, Protein-Focused Nutrition for Kittens

Wellness CORE Kitten Wet Food

Grain-Free, Protein-Focused Nutrition for Kittens

Wellness TruFood Baked Blends Kitten

To create perfectly balanced, grain-free kitten food, Wellness blends whole-prey chicken and chicken fat to promote growth, with Docosahexaenoic acid DHA from herring meal to help support cognitive development.

What is in Your Pet Food?

You may have noticed new human health trends popping up which place a heavy focus on ingredients. Many people are equally interested in knowing that they are feeding their pets high-quality, healthy ingredients. Our bodies function based on how we nourish them, so it’s plain logic that the better ingredients you eat, the better your body will respond. The same can be true for our pets’ diets, and don’t you want the best for your whole family?
Live-Active Probiotics: A healthy intestinal tract and overall digestive system is imperative for good health, and this is true for both pets and people. Adding probiotics to our diets gives our systems an extra dose of the ‘good germs,’ which may help strengthen immunity.
Add your Omegas: Fat isn’t always a bad thing, especially when we’re talking about fatty acids, like Omega 3 and 6. These are essential to cellular function, and promote healthy skin and hair for both you and your pet.
Vitamins and Minerals: Remember as a kid taking a vitamin each day? Bring that habit back by making sure your food has the right vitamins and minerals. If it doesn’t add a supplement! In most cases, feeding your pet a high-quality, natural pet food will provide all of the essential vitamins and minerals they need. Certain pets may benefit from added supplements, but it’s always best to confirm with your veterinarian first.
Protein: High-protein diets promote health and wellness, adding energy and endurance. Check the ingredients on your grocery list to make sure you are eating enough lean meats, like fish and chicken, and do the same for your pet’s food.
Fruits and Veggies: An apple a day keeps the…well, you know. But it’s a truth that has stood the test of time. This year, make it a goal to increase your fruit and vegetable intake. Choose carrot sticks and apple slices over chips or candy, and in addition to giving your dog healthy treats, add some fresh foods. You’ll be surprised that your pets love the crunchy fun that cold veggies can provide—they won’t even know they’re eating healthier!
Read the Bag: This is true for your food and your pets. Always read the ingredients and research unfamiliar terms. Some will turn out to be scientific words for everyday ingredients, while others maybe preservatives, additives and fillers. Be informed!
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You may have noticed new human health trends popping up which place a heavy focus on ingredients. Many people are equally interested in knowing that they are feeding their pets high-quality, healthy ingredients. Our bodies function based on how we nourish them, so it’s plain logic that the better ingredients you eat, the better your body will respond. The same can be true for our pets’ diets, and don’t you want the best for your whole family?

Live-Active Probiotics: A healthy intestinal tract and overall digestive system is imperative for good health, and this is true for both pets and people. Adding probiotics to our diets gives our systems an extra dose of the ‘good germs,’ which may help strengthen immunity.

Add your Omegas: Fat isn’t always a bad thing, especially when we’re talking about fatty acids, like Omega 3 and 6. These are essential to cellular function, and promote healthy skin and hair for both you and your pet.

Vitamins and Minerals: Remember as a kid taking a vitamin each day? Bring that habit back by making sure your food has the right vitamins and minerals. If it doesn’t add a supplement! In most cases, feeding your pet a high-quality, natural pet food will provide all of the essential vitamins and minerals they need. Certain pets may benefit from added supplements, but it’s always best to confirm with your veterinarian first.

Protein: High-protein diets promote health and wellness, adding energy and endurance. Check the ingredients on your grocery list to make sure you are eating enough lean meats, like fish and chicken, and do the same for your pet’s food.

Fruits and Veggies: An apple a day keeps the…well, you know. But it’s a truth that has stood the test of time. This year, make it a goal to increase your fruit and vegetable intake. Choose carrot sticks and apple slices over chips or candy, and in addition to giving your dog healthy treats, add some fresh foods. You’ll be surprised that your pets love the crunchy fun that cold veggies can provide—they won’t even know they’re eating healthier!

Read the Bag: This is true for your food and your pets. Always read the ingredients and research unfamiliar terms. Some will turn out to be scientific words for everyday ingredients, while others maybe preservatives, additives and fillers. Be informed!