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At Healthy Spot, we understand that dogs are more than just pets; they are family. That’s why we’re committed to providing, even the most discerning pet owners, with a full range of wholesome, organic food lines as well as a wide selection of safe and eco-friendly toys, treats, training tools, grooming products, and services. We track every pet food recall and stock only the highest quality products. Rest assured, if it’s Healthy Spot approved, it’s safe.
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The uptick in demand seems to be price-blind. Organic pet food costs up to 30% more than regular pet food, and that trend is unlikely to change if demand is high. From 2002 to 2009, sales of organic pet food increased ten times that of conventional pet food sales, according to the Organic Trade Association. 25% Off New Halloween Items at Organic Pet Boutique
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Cheyenne Dog Food Company is proud to offer the best, made in America dog food and cat food in kibble, dehydrated, canned, and raw, from value priced to organic. We have foods formulated for sensitive GI tracks, allergy prone pets, highly active working dogs, couch potatoes, nursing mothers, and puppies. Our dog treats and cat treats are wholesome, made in the USA, and range from biscuits to 100% single ingredient natural, and our staff is trained on our products and knowledgeable in nutrition and pet care. Together we will find the best options for you and your dog or cat, and we can guarantee your pet will love what you bring home!It’s fine to buy organic comestibles for yourself, but what about your beloved animal companions? Believe it or not, is a booming market! And no wonder, because the same processes that can make human food unsafe and unsavory, apply to pet food, too. In fact, there are additional risk factors for pet food that don’t necessarily exist in sustenance intended for humans.Natural Planet Pet Foods has choices for organic foods and exotic protein sources such as Venison, Duck, Kangaroo and Rabbit. Our Super Premium foods feature the Good 4 Life system and are for all life stages appropriate per AAFCO’s guidelines. There are Grain Free options available and many feature fruits and vegetables as well as pro and pre-biotics.Many pet owners feel that their pets are happier and healthier when on an organic diet. While science has yet to prove that these diets are nutritionally superior to non-organic ones, there’s no question that your furry friend will ingest fewer dangerous anti-nutrients than they would otherwise. Many people who switch their domestic animal’s nourishing regime to organic, are content with the idea that their pets are eating as well as they are. Another advantage of the health-friendly pet eatables is that they contain fewer carbohydrates than mainstream pet food, which means organic food is a good choice for a pet that needs to shed a few pounds and maintain healthy weight.Take kibble, for example. All other factors aside, tiny balls of compacted nutrients are not what nature intended for your pet to eat. Mainstream, non-organic kibble can include everything from beet powder to artificial chicken flavoring, none of which is likely to be part of a dog’s or cat’s natural diet. Of course, any and all of these products can contain the same harmful chemicals and questionable hormones that non-organic human food does. The process that creates those little kibble pellets is also doubtful. Called “extrusion”, it contributes to the creation of chemicals named , cancer-causing substances that appear when carbohydrates are heated. By the time standard kibble hits pet store shelves, there isn’t much nutritional value left in it.Companies have discovered that pet food is big business and as a result, there is an explosion of new diets out there for pets. According to the American Pet Products Association, pet owners spent approximately 23 billion (!) dollars just on pet food in 2015. Diets ranging from organic to raw to limited-ingredient varieties have hit store shelves and can make choosing the best diet for your pet a very daunting experience. So how do you know if they are as good as they say they are? Here’s a primer on what to consider next time you are shopping in the pet food aisle.