Our recent post lists three reasons you should bring dehydrated dog food on your next outdoor adventure, so we decided to put it to the test. Meet Roscoe, a 70 lb. Redbone Coonhound who’s full of energy, and his pet parents Nash and Steph. They took on the Colorado Trail and brought Sojos to feed Roscoe on their big adventure.
Whether you’re hitting the trail, hiking, biking or backpacking, the next time you bring your four-legged sidekick with you on an adventure, ditch the kibble, leave the cans and don’t even think about lugging along a cooler for that frozen food. Instead, pack freeze-dried/dehydrated dog food, like Sojos Complete or Sojos Wild®. Here’s why: 1: It’s lightweight and stays fresh.
Whether your pooch is into tennis balls, sticks or stuffed animals, there’s no denying that few things go better with playtime than a favorite toy. Unless, of course, it’s a favorite toy that happens to dispense treats! Given that food is a major motivator for most dogs, a treat-dispensing toy is a great way to keep your dog occupied. He’ll get a good physical and mental work out—and it’s just plain fun. Choosing a toy.
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.