top of page

Forum Posts

Stephanie L.
Apr 03, 2023
In Health & Nutrition
Natural Food Brands can only use the word “natural” if the product is completely free from artificial preservatives, flavors and colors. Pet foods are often labeled “Natural with added vitamins and minerals.” This means the food is natural but supplemented with vitamins and minerals.
0
0
13
Stephanie L.
Apr 03, 2023
In Senior Dogs
In most cases, a veterinarian will deem a cat to be a senior when she is 7-10 years of age. By the time your cat is 10 years or older, a common term you might hear your vet use to describe your cat is “geriatric.”
0
0
11
Stephanie L.
Apr 03, 2023
In Puppy Nutrition
At about 12 months of age, your kitten will reach their full adult size. Your young adult cat no longer needs calorie-dense kitten food to fuel growth and is ready for a diet of adult cat food.
0
0
10
Stephanie L.
Apr 03, 2023
In Puppy Nutrition
Ultimately, your cat will decide whether she prefers dry or wet cat food. Purina nutritionists recommend feeding a combination of wet and dry food, though. This helps ensure she gets plenty of moisture in her diet, plus the dental benefits of dry food, all while adding variety to keep her interested. Cats are neophiliacs, meaning they appreciate trying new things. They may get bored eating the same food the same way day in and day out. Mixing wet and dry cat food for a meal or feeding them at separate meals is a good way to give your cat the variety she not only wants, but also needs. Catering to your cat’s needs and desires also strengthens your emotional connection.
0
0
4

Stephanie L.

Admin
More actions
bottom of page