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4 Flaxseed Benefits for Dogs

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Grown for thousands of years to create textiles like linen, the flax plant is also cultivated to make linseed oil (aka flaxseed oil), a nutritious superfood for your dog. The flax plant produces tiny, brown and/or gold seeds that have a palatable, nutty flavor. You can find flax in liquid (oil), capsule, or ground form. Avoid whole flaxseed. While it won't hurt your pet, it's likely to pass right through undigested.  Why is flaxseed important for your pup? We’ve summed up four good reasons: 1. Omega 3 and 6 fatty acids keep your dog’s skin, coat, and heart healthy 2. Soluble fiber aids...

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Selecting Healthy Dog Treats—5 Helpful Tips

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Many dog treats are filled with unnatural ingredients. Here are 5 helpful tips when selecting the best and healthiest dog treats for your pet. Tip #1: Ensure treats are Made in the USA. This guarantees higher quality and manufacturing safety standards. Tip #2: Make sure they are made without artificial colors or preservatives. These can be toxic for your pet. Tip #3: Avoid treats with animal by-products or fillers, like corn, wheat, soy, or gluten, which add little to no nutritional value. Tip #4: Look for treats with no sugar or salt. These ingredients may cause intestinal upset, obesity, and dehydration....

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9 Thanksgiving Foods Your Dog Shouldn't Eat

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9 Thanksgiving Foods Your Dog Shouldn't Eat

America’s most indulgent holiday is upon us. From savory turkey to seasonal desserts, there’s a flavor for everyone on Thanksgiving, including our pets. Although our four-legged friends may get excited about the tempting smells, most of the food we eat isn’t meant for animal consumption.  To avoid intestinal upset or neurological damage, here is a list of human foods that your lucky dog should avoid this Thanksgiving:  Turkey skin – Marinades, spices, herbs, salt and butter in the cooked turkey skin may not settle with your dog’s tummy. If you’d like to indulge your dog in some holiday turkey, make...

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5 Ways to Celebrate Earth Day With Your Dog

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April 22 is Earth Day, a time to demonstrate support for environmental protection. Here are our five favorite ways you can celebrate with your lucky pet: 1. Donate lightly used pet toys and supplies to a local animal shelter 2. Use biodegradable bags to collect dog waste 3. Feed your pet natural, minimally processed foods and treats 4. Discover a new park or hiking trail you and your pet can explore 5. Use natural pet shampoos when bathing your pet Join the conversation #EarthDay

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Lucky Dog® Treats to Unveil New Iconic Treat Shape and Packaging at 2016 Global Pet Expo in Orlando, FL, Booth #880

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Lucky Dog® Treats to Unveil New Iconic Treat Shape and Packaging at 2016 Global Pet Expo in Orlando, FL, Booth #880

American pet treat manufacturer to attend the most popular pet industry trade show and showcase new packaging and original dog treat shape; Booth #880. Growing on the popularity of the brand name, Lucky Dog® treats will unveil its new packaging and unique and original clover shaped dog treat at the 2016 Global Pet Expo.   Mike Pierce, Co-Founder of Lucky Pet Brands, explains that the new treat shape and packaging will provide better branding and differentiation in the marketplace. “We designed a treat that is unique and recognizable,” says Pierce. “The clover shape is also more durable, helping to reduce...

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