My dogs know exactly where their treats are stored; both the chews (in the upper right hand kitchen cupboard) and their training treats (on a shelf in the refrigerator door). When the bag crinkles or box is opened, their joy is infectious! Treats can serve several purposes in your dog’s life and joy is, of course, one of those. But chews can also help with behavior, can assist in keeping your dog’s teeth clean, and can provide supplements to their diet.
Establishing an oral care routine is one of the most important steps you can take to help your pet stay healthy. Check out our myth vs. fact guide to dental care.
February is National Pet Dental Health Month and we’re celebrating!
February might be Pet Dental Health Month, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t keep an eye on your pet’s teeth all year long.
Cartoons often refer to a cat’s bad breath. Their breath may be used as a lethal weapon or cause a person to recoil in horror. While a feline’s normal breath may not be as sweet as ours after brushing our teeth and using a mouthwash, neither should the cat’s breath be a lethal weapon.
Kriser’s has always had a unique alignment with Ark Naturals, because both companies consider it part of their mission to educate pet parents about the benefits of thinking ‘natural’ as an option, regardless of whose products they are purchasing.