Recent Blog Posts

  • Teaching Your Dog To Sit

    September 1, 2016
    Just as important as teaching your dog to come back to you, teaching your dog to sit is an essential skill for your dog to know. Here is how to teach your dog to sit: Training treats Make sure that before you start you have some small treats that your pooch really enjoys.
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  • Montmorillonite Clay in Nature’s Logic Foods

    August 5, 2016
    Montmorillonite Clay in Nature’s Logic Foods Tom Cameron, DVM Nature’s Logic puts Montmorillonite clay in their pet foods! Dirt in our pet’s food? They must have some good reasons, right? Absolutely - both current science and history provide many.
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  • Pet-proofing a Room for Small Animals

    August 1, 2016
    Your small pets such as ferrets, guinea pigs and hamsters like to stretch their legs every once and a while. However, before you let your little fuzzy buddy go, you need to make sure that the room is safe for him to roam around.
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  • Small Animal Litter Training

    July 15, 2016
    Litter training isn't exclusively for cats, and with patience and perseverance it is possible to train different small pets to use litter boxes.
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  • Pet Care During a Weather Emergency

    July 1, 2016
    Severe weather can be a stressful, frightening time, especially for a pet that has only ever known good care and a loving, friendly home.
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  • Training Your Dog Not to Jump Up

    June 15, 2016
    A dog jumping up may seem like an enthusiastic greeting and innocent excitement, but this poor behavior can lead to less discipline. With larger dogs, uncontrolled jumping can even frighten or injure the people who get jumped on.
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  • Alfalfa in Nature's Logic Foods

    June 3, 2016
    Alfalfa is an ingredient in Nature’s Logic foods. We are often asked “why would alfalfa be a good thing to feed cats and dogs? ” Dogs and cats don’t commonly graze on alfalfa, so how could alfalfa be of any value to our pets? Alfalfa is related to the pea family of plants.
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  • Lyme Disease Information

    June 1, 2016
    Lyme disease – also called Lyme borreliosis – can be frightening, but when you learn the facts about this condition, you can better avoid any contagion and react appropriately if you do get infected.
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  • How to Feed Your Pet Dry Kibble – More Naturally

    May 8, 2016
    Nature’s Logic founder Scott Freeman, took a moment to answer a common concern about feeding dry kibble. After 14 years in the pet food industry he has taken hundreds of calls from customers concerned about their pets digestive upset.
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  • All About Pet Vaccinations

    May 1, 2016
    Vaccinations are essential to protect your pet, but it can be confusing, even overwhelming, to decide which vaccinations are best for your pet and when they should be administered.
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  • Crate Training your Dog

    April 15, 2016
    Training your dog to go into his crate can be effective for confining him when he can’t be supervised, as well as a place for him to call his own.
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  • A Closer Look At Cans

    April 8, 2016
    It was reported a few years ago that more canned pet food diets were fed in Europe than dry food. That might not be the case now with the marketing from big commodity diets chasing dollars, but it was the case for certain not long ago.
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  • Things to Consider Before Bringing Home a Second Puppy

    March 15, 2016
    One puppy can quickly become a treasured member of the family, so wouldn't two be twice as nice? Not necessarily! There are many things dog owners need to consider to be sure a new puppy can have a wonderful life in their home without taking away from their first dog. Why Do You Want a New Puppy?
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  • Diabetes in Dog Controlled by Nature's Logic, but Not by Grain-free

    March 3, 2016
    Recently, we received an inquiry from a veterinarian.
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  • How to get my Dog to Use the Restroom In the Rain

    March 1, 2016
    Every pooch comes with its own bathroom habits. Some can only go when their owner is watching, while others can only go when they feel like no one is watching. One thing that troubles most dog owners is getting them to use the restroom while it’s raining.
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  • Natural Montmorillonite Clay in Pet Food

    February 4, 2016
    Montmorillonite clay is a natural ingredient often used in human health foods and sometimes also found in natural pet foods. It is the primary component of a volcanic ash known as betonite, which has been deposited into inland sea waters.
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  • Soothing Your Teething Puppy

    February 1, 2016
    Just like human babies, puppies also feel pain and discomfort while their teeth are erupting. The easiest way to tell is if your puppy is chewing a lot. Whether it’s a toy or your finger, your puppy may be chewing a lot to relive the pain it feels from teething.
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  • Calcium from Food, Not Laboratories, Safest for Pets

    January 5, 2016
    Dogs and cats, like humans, need the natural mineral calcium to support healthy bones for an active lifestyle. But calcium is not made by your pet’s body, so it must come from his diet. Wild dogs and cats get calcium by consuming their entire prey, including the bones.
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  • Perfect Dog Stuffing Treats

    December 15, 2015
    Stuffing toys and food puzzle toys are great options for active dogs, and will not only keep even the most curious dogs occupied, but also provide great mental stimulation for dogs of all ages. With the right treats inside the toy, dogs can enjoy hours of entertainment from these fun snacks.
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  • How Feeding Pets Raw Food is Healthy and Easy

    December 3, 2015
    Many pet experts suggest feeding pets a raw diet. A food that consists primarily of the right meat ingredients is the most biologically-appropriate thing you can feed dogs and cats, natural carnivores in the wild. It can lead to a healthier, more vibrant pet, as well as lower vet bills.
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  • Leash Training: When Your Dog Pulls or Refuses to Walk

    November 15, 2015
    Leash training is essential for both dogs and their owners. Not only is it a part of good dog etiquette, but a leash-trained dog will be safer and more comfortable out for walks.
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  • Two Reasons Not to Feed Your Dog a Vegan Diet

    November 3, 2015
    Recently, a high-profile television celebrity and pet food company announced plans for a new vegan dog food. A vegan diet is one that contains no animal content like meat, fish or poultry, and also no products that come from animals, such as milk or eggs.
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  • Healthy Snacking For Your Pets

    November 1, 2015
    The problem with keeping pets healthy is that often times they eat as much as we do. Our pets love snacking just as much any human out there.
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  • Keep Your Pets Safe While Trick-Or-Treating this Halloween

    October 15, 2015
    Halloween can be an un-intentionally scary time for pets. In fact, veterinarians see many pet injuries that can be avoided this time of year.
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  • How Diet Can Help Prevent Heart Disease in Dogs

    October 5, 2015
    Recently, we read about a common health problem in dogs – heart disease – and some ways to help prevent it. In a recent article on MercolaHealthyPets. com¹, veterinarian Dr.
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