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Be Proactive for Your Pet’s Joints

January 4, 2023

By Jenna Harrison

What You Need to Know About Your Pet’s Joint Health Joint health is a topic most pet owners don’t think about until their dog or cat has begun showing signs of pain or stiffness.  The truth is, once you start to notice signs that your pet is uncomfortable, damage has already been done to the joint. It will take time (and a larger expense) to rebuild cartilage and try to reduce inflammation. Just like with planting a tree, the perfect time to start addressing joint health is yesterday. The second best time is today. Here are the questions we get...


Are Our Dogs Judging Us?

January 2, 2023

By Nicole R. Cammack

A recent study revealed that our dogs are always evaluating our ability to complete tasks. If we’re incompetent, they tend to ignore us. If we demonstrate that we have skills, our dogs — especially females — will give us more of their attention. SEE WHAT SKILLS DOGS VALUE


Study Shows Dogs Have More Than Just a Taste for Treats

January 1, 2023

By Nicole R. Cammack

Emory University’s Gregory Burns is making remarkable discoveries regarding the relationship between humans and our canine friends. His research indicates that dogs are not merely motivated by treats, but are emotionally connected to us on a deeper level that goes beyond food rewards. This is a thrilling development in the field of animal behavior, providing further proof that dogs really do love us. Watch Here


6 Steps to Make Your New Cat Feel At Home

January 1, 2023

By Nicole R. Cammack

Getting a new pet is an exciting milestone for everyone! You’re probably wondering what you can do to make the transition easy and stress-free for you and your new cat. Making a few minor adjustments can go a long way and make the whole transition easier for everyone!  1. Give your new cat or kitten enough time to decompress. Most cats prefer time to themselves to become comfortable with the sights, smells, and noises associated with their new home. This can take weeks or a couple months depending on the cat’s age and background. Let them warm up to you...


Can Your Dog Really Have Too Many Toys?

December 19, 2022

By Jenna Harrison

Dear NPP, I love spoiling my dog with new toys. I bring home new ones for him all the time but he gets bored of them so quickly. Nothing really holds his interest for longer than a couple of days. What can I do to keep his interest? Sincerely, Drowning in Dog Toys Giving toys to your dog is a great way to encourage play, enhance mental stimulation, and increase bonding. However, like with everything good in life, moderation is key. NorthPoint Pet Tips Lump your dog toys into groups. Each group should have at least one toy for each...


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  • About NorthPoint Pets

  • At NorthPoint Pets we pride ourselves on research based pet nutrition with an individual approach, dedicated to finding an appropriate solution for every pet. We’re trying to help your pets stay happier, and healthier, longer. Four Paws at a time.

  • Shop NOBL Food Bars

    Pets before Profits, Formulated with no nonsense and no bull.



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