Helpful Hints: PUDGY PETS easily lose weight when fed a natural, by-product and chemical-free diet. When fed according to their ‘intended’ weight, as best discussed with your veterinarian, and listed on pet food containers, they gently slim down without any sense of loss, or hunger. Raw, fresh carrots, celery and bell peppers pieces can substitute for fattening snacks. Plus, ‘dehydrated’ sliced carrots, beets and whole string beans (K9 Granola Factory) make a crunchy substitute for ‘cookies!’ Learn more about us HERE. Subscribe to our newsletter and get 10% OFF
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Broadway Location Renovated!
Come check out our shiny new look! Our Broadway location has undergone many changes – bright orange exterior paint (you can’t miss us!), freshly paved parking lot, new lighting and paint inside, as well as exciting NEW products (like our frozen food selection and organic chicken feed)!
FROZEN RAW MEALS AT OUR BROADWAY LOCATION
Since Nature is the ultimate chef for dogs, Nature’s Kitchen® combines the highest quality ingredients and the most innovative cooking process in the industry to create the healthiest and most nutritionally balanced food for your dog. Your dog’s health is our focus, so we maintain the highest standards for our ingredients – ALL Natural, NO preservatives, NO byproducts, NO fillers, NO meals, NO binders, and absolutely NO wheat, corn, or soy.
A- You should see a vet because it is foolish to train for the Olympics without a coach! In my 1984 article, ‘How to be Your Veterinarian’s Best Friend!’ I made strong arguments that yearly visits for ‘well-checks’ (including recommended vaccines, blood work, dental care, etc.) would help ‘prevent’ catching serious dis-ease; in time to more effectively reverse it with holistic remedies! This was based on the fact that so many pet-parents either willingly or ignorantly let their pets suffer needlessly. Plus, if /when an emergency hits, it is not the time to introduce your pet to a new vet! The more your vet knows about your pet at the time of it’s unfortunate situation, the better prepared they will be to save a life.