In feeding our pets, most of us would like to offer food made from animals that are humanely raised, pasture-raised, or otherwise treated well. Since these definitions are not regulated pet food brands are able to make claims about the nature of their product without having to prove or define what it means. In other words, if this claim is not accompanied by the Global Animal Partnership (GAP) or Certified Humane label, it may simply be a marketing gimmick.
It’s no secret that peanut butter is a great treat for dogs. But most brands that are available at the grocery store are not safe for your dog. Our dog-safe peanut butter contains only 3 whole food ingredients, so your pup can enjoy their favorite lickable treat without added salt, sugar, or preservatives!
The reason you’re reading this is that you have some interest in the small animal world, whether it pertains to chinchillas, guinea pigs, mice, rats, rabbits, gerbils or hamsters. In this article, you will learn about the nutrition, housing, and health concerns your small pet will need/have. Most small animals share the same nutrition and housing needs, but there are some variations as well.