Summer’s in full swing and that means getting outdoors to enjoy the sunshine. And on those glorious sunny days, what could be better than a good, old-fashioned cookout? But before you invite your friends and head to the park, or even just the backyard, make sure that your cookout is safe for your dog.
Of course, as a concerned pet parent, you want the very best for your furry friend—especially when it comes to mealtime. Unfortunately, high quality premium food appears to come with an equally premium price tag. But when you take a closer look, there’s plenty to help you get over the sticker shock. Real value refers to much more than the total on your receipt.
Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) includes a wide variety of chronic gastrointestinal problems affecting dogs and cats. The disease targets a pet’s immune system causing it to attack all or part of the GI tract. The resulting inflammation can lead to abdominal pain, vomiting, constipation, rapid weight loss—and, most commonly, chronic diarrhea. That said, if your furry friend begins to have frequent and persistent loose movements, you’ll want to check with your holistic vet immediately.
The year 2015 marks my 19th year as the owner of Sojos. That’s 133 in dog years! And my passion has never burned brighter. There’s no question that 2014 was an important year for us. We moved meat to the #1 ingredient in in our Complete recipes. We launched Sojos Lamb Complete. We launched freeze-dried, raw Sojos Simply Meat Treats. And we opened a brand new freeze-drying facility to meet the growing demand.
Thanksgiving is a time to reflect and appreciate those you care most about—and of course, that includes your furry friends. So, why leave your dog sitting on the sidelines? Instead, treat him to small taster portions while sticking to his normal feeding schedule. Many Thanksgiving dishes are made with ingredients found in Sojos all-natural dog food dishes—so you can be sure he’ll find them both safe and delicious.