Diabetes in Pets: Successfully Controlled When Caught and Treated Early On

Directly following a carbohydrate-rich meal, the digestive system breaks food down into glucose, the main source of energy for the body’s cells. Glucose is absorbed in the gut making blood sugar levels rise. The pancreas responds to these changes by producing the important hormone insulin.   Diabetes in pets occurs when the pancreas either doesn’t produce [...]

Kibble Questions: Understanding Pet Nutrition

It’s been said that, “You are what you eat.” Sure, we pour kibble into the bowl each morning and night, but have you ever thought much about your pet’s nutritional needs, or what goes into formulating the right ingredients for your cat, dog, or other pet? Quality nutrition is one of the biggest factors in [...]

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