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Taking a Look at the #NutriencePets Cat Food

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When it comes to cat food, you have a lot of choices. The key is to find one that is nutritionally complete, manufactured with high quality ingredients, and most importantly - one that your cats like to eat. We were asked to try out the new Nutrience brand of cat food. Nutrience is a Canadian company whose pet food is now available for purchase in USA through Amazon. They source all of their ingredients from the best Canadian and US growers. They have a "no bad anything" promise which is backed by the quality North American ingredients they use in their cat food. All of their food is made in small batches, which allows them to focus on quality and maintain their commitment to natural, wholesome nutrition for active cats. We tried the Grain-Free Turkey, Chicken and Herring cat food. This food is a great everyday diet for all life stages, but we especially love it for our active cats. Nutrience focuses on quality ingredients such as free-run chicken, deboned herring and whole egg, which gives us an idea of why our cats enjoy it so much. A great everyday diet created for all life stages, Nutrience Grain Free Turkey, Chicken & Herring formula also suits active or sensitive pets, providing:

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New Cat Urine Extractor with Cat P Lee

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We love our pets, all of them, in good times and in bad. Part of that unconditional love means dealing with less than lovable behavior. Like pet stains, spraying, inappropriate elimination and more. Everyone is looking for a magic cure. We want something that completely removes the pheromones left behind, gets rid of stains, and eliminates odors. We need to make sure it doesn’t encourage the cat or other animals to come back and mark the spot again. We want it to be natural, preferably made in the USA, and most of all, affordable. Well, good news. I have one for you.

Meet the Cat Urine Extractor...

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Real Weight Loss Results from Hills Metabolic Cat Food

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One of the biggest questions we’re asked here at PetsWeekly is how can I make my pet lose weight? It’s also one of the toughest to answer. Some pets, no matter how little you feed them or how often you exercise, just can’t seem to lose weight.  This week, we’re looking at a way to help your pets lose weight without forcing him to change on a behavioral or physical level. It requires little more than a change in diet. Weight loss for pets is achievable with Hill’s Metabolic Advanced Weight Solution.

We wanted to see how this worked in the real world, so we asked our friend Paris Permenter from Cat Tipper if we could discuss their personal experience with Hills Metabolic Cat Food. Like us, Paris has a multi-cat household and this makes weight loss for only one cat particularly challenging. (We have talked about Feeding Individual Diets in Multi-Cat Households and Feeding Individual Diets in Multi-pet Homes we hope you’ll review these article on how to do this).

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DivineDuos and CompleteHealth Lines Introduced by #WellnessPetFood

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Our cats are very particular about what they eat. They like a very specific type of food and it’s not the best food for them. So we were pretty excited when Wellness Pet Food let us try out their newest brand, Complete Health dry food and Divine Duos wet recipes. I want to tell you a little about this brand and encourage you to try it out for yourselves.

CompleteHealth Dry Food

We opted to try out the CompleteHealth Deboned Chicken, Chicken Meal & Rice Recipe - largely because our cats are big fans of chicken anything. Once we got the package, The Cog was anxious to give it a try. She loved the taste!

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Dressing Your Pet for Special Occasions

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If you know anything about me, you know I’m not a huge fan of dressing up my pets. It’s just not something I grew up doing. I’ve spent most of my life with large dogs. Wild breeds, like wolf hybrids and coyotes and big pits and shepherds. To have dressed these dogs up would have been like making a teenage boys wear his hair in pigtails.

But, then I got Bree and Brock, both of whom are very keen on being dressed up in cold weather.  These dogs pull blankets off the couch to cover themselves up when I have the air conditioning too low.

I wrote a couple of stories on pet fashion for several industry publications and during my research, I interviewed Ada Nieves about her pet fashion projects. I learned the New York Fashion Institute even has a course tract designed specifically for pet fashion, and I discovered that I may have been wrong all these years.

There are “levels” of dressing up pets that don’t require you or your pet to look snobbish. And let’s face it – playing dress up can be fun on occasion. And we love the simpler looks for our cats!

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Feline Behavior

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    Hello Grey Socks, Every time I put toothpaste on my brush, which is mint flavored, my cat wants to lick it. She goes completely banana's over it. Is it okay to let her lick some? Thanks,
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