When it comes to optimizing our pets’ health, did you know there are a couple of extra things you can do, in addition to getting them the best food available?
Similar to our human diet, we often find nutritional deficiencies in our pets’ diets. This can cause a variety of problems if not addressed. Even the best pet food will have similar disadvantages because, like humans, our pets are not all the same. Many of the natural health products that you and your family use (like safe and effective vitamin and mineral supplements) can also be found specially-formulated to fit your pet’s unique needs.Read More
Considering that two of the biggest health concerns for Canadian dogs and cats are joint health and cardiovascular disease (sound familiar?), ensuring regular, adequate exercise is one of the best ways to keep your beloved pet healthy and happy for a… Read More
Increasingly, pet-owners are turning to whole food diets for their pets and noticing a significant improvement in their health, from reduced allergies to a leaner figure. Read More
Having your pet’s teeth cleaned regularly by a vet is always a good idea; however the anesthesia and stress it can put on your animal can make it an uncomfortable and risky task. To minimize the need for visits to the pet dentist, CHFA has a few simple… Read More