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NutriSource SuperStars Giving Program

by | Sunday, February 27, 2022 |

NutriSource SuperStars Giving Program SuperStars are go-getters, givers and life-changers. Across the county, in every city and town, you’ll find SuperStars making a big difference in the lives of people and animals. At NutriSource, we want to help these SuperStars shine bigger and brighter, so they have the resources they need to do the good they do. Giving back is part of NutriSource’s core values We give because we’re grateful for our success. We know we wouldn’t be successful without you....

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Introducing: Come-pooch-a, Bone Broth for Dogs

by | Sunday, February 27, 2022 |

Activate your dog’s well-being with Come-pooch-a Inspired by kombucha, Come-pooch-a is a new, first-of-its-kind topper that provides digestion support for dogs. At the same time, it’s a delicious add-in to your dog’s bowl. Savory bone broth adds more of the meaty goodness that dogs crave, but with a touch of tang found in yogurt that adds interest. Why Come-pooch-a? Looking for that special something to tempt your canine’s palate? Come-pooch-a is a perfect topper when you need a hand at...

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Walk Your Pet Month

by | Thursday, January 14, 2021 |

Let Your Dog Sniff and Explore People have five or six million scent receptors in their noses, and depending on the breed, have up to 300 million. Your do g's brain has a larger area devoted to its sense of smell. Dogs also have a Jacobson's organ, a patch of sensory cells within the main nasal chamber that detects heavy moisture-borne odor particles. The Jacobson's organ helps dogs detect pheromones and other odors. All this means your dog's sense of smell is at least 10,000 times greater...

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Dog Winter Tips

by | Tuesday, December 29, 2020 |

During the colder months, when you let your dog outside for some fresh air or go on a walk with them in the beautiful snowfall, be sure to: Dress your dog in a sweater or coat to help keep them warm. Use paw balms and booties to protect their feet from the cold. Put dog-friendly ice melts around your stairs, driveway, and sidewalks to help protect you and your dogs from falling. Keep your dog's fur dry. Limit your winter bathing so their coats retain as many natural oils as possible. When...

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