Pet Health Store
  Maximize Health With Diet
  Good.Better.Best - A Healthiest Food Guide
  Health + Value - Healthy Foods on a Budget
  Let Food Be Thy Medicine
  More & Better - The Advent of Human-Grade Pet Foods
  Enzymes – The key to Your Pet's Health
  To Supplement or Not to Supplement
  Safely Transitioning Foods
  The Obesity Epidemic
  Food Allergies in Dogs
  Preventative Care
  Food Saftey & Mycotoxins
  It’s Flea & Tick Season
  Cats and Plants
  Dogs and Dangerous Foods
  Important Pet Issues
  Choosing a Veterinarian
  Adopt or Foster - A Guide
  Travel With and Without Your Pet
  Cat Comfort
  So You Have A New Dog/Puppy?
  So You Have A New Cat/Kitten?
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Good. Better. Best - A Healthiest Food Guide | Health + Value - Healthy Foods on A Budget | Let Food Be Thy Medicine | More and Better - The Advent of Human-grade Pet Foods | Enzymes - The Key to Your Pet's Health | To Supplement or Not to Supplement | Safely Transitioning Foods | The Obesity Epidemic


Good. Better. Best - A Healthiest Food Guide

“We at PetHealthStore are focused on maximizing your petís health by enhancing their daily nutrient absorption through best diet practices. Best Diets are frozen and freeze dried meat and vegetable diets. These are highest in nutrients, and nutrient absorption, of all diets.…" more


Health+Value - Healthy Foods On A Budget

“Budget limitations do not necessitate reducing the healthiness of our petsí diets. Rely on PetHealthStore to supply options which will AFFORDABLY maximize your petís health. Human health maintenance, and our out-of-control health care costs, are now being linked to the extremely high expenses related to Pharmaceuticals (prescription drugs), and the inadequacy of Preventative Health Care, including proper diet. It is no different for our pets. The adequacy of Preventative health care will always mitigate the need (and expense) for Curative health care.…" more


Let Food Be Thy Medicine

“A growing number of veterinarians state processed pet food (dry and canned food) is a contributory cause of illness and premature death in the modern dog and cat ….. processed pet food suppresses the immune system and leads to liver, kidney, heart and other diseases…" more


More and Better - The Advent of Human-grade Pet Foods

“Recently began the most important evolution of all – the introduction of price-competitive human-grade foods, both dry and canned.

 

Just as increasingly better information and food choices are available for our own diets, better information and food choices are available for our pets. These human-grade foods represent the newest evolution in feeding our pets a healthy, immune system strengthening and life sustaining diet…” more


Enzymes - The Key to Your Pet's Health

 

“Enzymes are one of the biochemical miracles of the body. Digestive enzymes act as catalysts to break down food nutrients into fine enough molecules to be absorbed into the blood stream and sent to all the body’s cells. Without them neither we, nor our pets, could survive. Vitamins, minerals and hormones could not do any work - without enzymes…” more


To Supplement or Not to Supplement

 

“Nutritional supplements are intended, as they are in people, to augment nutritional needs. Their efficacy lies in the fact that our pets may be missing essential nutrients in their absorbed diet or, because they are growing, or ageing, or infirmed, may have special needs not necessarily satisfied by their daily feeding regimen. Often, natural supplements will produce desired results without having to resort to pharmaceuticals, which can have deleterious side effects...” more


Safely Transitioning Foods

 

“Many owners do an abrupt switch.  However, it is important to remember that our cats and dogs have half the length of digestive tract that we do – making them more susceptible to digestive sensitivity, and disruption, when changing foods.

 

Along with this shorter digestive tract are fewer digestive bacteria.  The existing bacteria adjust to the new diet, but often not immediately.  The importance of a gradual transition cannot be overstated…” more


The Obesity Epidemic

 

“Obesity has garnered a great deal of focus in America. Nearly two-thirds of us are overweight. Both lifestyle choices, and diet, are the chief determining factors. This circumstance has, unfortunately, trickled down to our pets. According to a 2007 study done by the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention, half of our cats and dogs were classified as obese by their veterinarians. This creates stress on the heart and circulatory system, the joints, and creates a propensity to developing diabetes…” more