How to Pick the Best Puppy Food for Your Puppy
Nutrience Blog
by Nutrience Orders
5M ago
Interested in our Nutrience puppy foods and wondering how to pick the best one for your puppy’s specific needs? Nutrience has a variety of puppy foods to suit puppies of all sizes and activity levels. Here’s a little guide to help you choose the right Nutrience puppy food for your puppy. Our formulas specifically formulated for puppies: Our SubZero Healthy Puppy Fraser Valley food contains an elevated level of crude protein, perfect for a puppy that is always on the go! Mixed in with our grain-free kibble are freeze-dried Nutriboost cubes which puppies absolutely love. Nutriboost is ..read more
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How Cold Is Too Cold for Your Dog or Cat?
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by Nutrience Orders
5M ago
Most of us are aware of the dangers extreme heat poses to our pets, yet not enough is said about the dangers our four-legged friends face in the cold. Many assume that having fur insulates most dogs and cats against the cold. While this is true in a broad sense, many pets get hypothermic too. So how cold is too cold for your dog or cat? Here’s how you can figure it out: So, when is it too cold for our pets to step outside? Down till 7 °C, breeds of all sizes can handle it—barring any existing medical condition that increases risk, of course. In fact, 7 °C is around the temperature ..read more
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Is It Safe to Let My Dog Play in Leaves?
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by Nutrience Orders
5M ago
After spending a lot of time inside the house because of the hot and humid summer temperatures, the fall fresh air entices us to go out. What is more fun than playing in leaves with your dog? Besides being perfect for taking awesome photos, it’s also a great way to spend quality time with your furry friend. But is it safe to let your dog play in leaves? Are there any health risks? Here are some facts to keep in mind when playing in leaves with your dog. Allergic reactions Leaves are the ideal place for bacteria and mould to grow, especially after rain. To reduce allergic reactions, it is ..read more
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Is Pumpkin Good For Dogs and Cats?
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by Nutrience Orders
5M ago
Pumpkin is actually good for dogs and cats when properly fed. Pumpkin is high in vitamins and minerals that promote digestive regularity and boost the immune system. Pumpkin is also a great source of soluble fiber, making it a great food for weight loss by providing a low-calorie feeling of fullness. The fiber content alone has many health benefits for both cats and dogs. To list a few, fiber controls large bowel-diarrhea, lowers cholesterol by attaching to it in the digestive tract and removing it from the body, manages diabetes mellitus by slowing the absorption of sugar into the bloodstr ..read more
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New Puppy Checklist: What You’ll Need
Nutrience Blog
by Nutrience Orders
8M ago
The big day is coming, and you need to get ready for this new adventure: a new puppy! Once you and your family have decided that you are ready to welcome a puppy, make sure to research dog breeds and sizes before you adopt. This is important as you want to ensure the puppy you choose will adapt well and have his needs fulfilled through all of his life stages; some breeds tend to be more active, barkers, snugglers, fetchers, couch potatoes, etc., but overall, dogs always have a purpose and they love to work for it. Before getting a puppy from a breeder, make sure the pup has been seen by a v ..read more
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Is Peanut Butter Bad for Dogs?
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by Nutrience Orders
1y ago
There’s nothing like a delicious spoon of creamy peanut butter. Your dog would definitely agree! We’ve all been guilty of letting our pups have a taste, but is it really good for them? In fact, could peanut butter even be bad for dogs? Let’s find out! Xylitol and artificial sweeteners in peanut butter Xylitol is a sweetener commonly used to replace sugar in products such as chewing gum, breath mints, candies, baked goods, and peanut butter. This sweetener can pose a serious threat to dogs. In fact, any product advertised as being ‘sugar free’ or ‘low sugar’ may contain xylitol. Unlike in ..read more
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Nature’s Superfoods
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by Anna Gervai
1y ago
Sometimes it’s the little things that make a big difference. The ‘superfoods’ in Nutrience may be small in size, but they pack a big nutritional boost. Here are 7 of our favourites…  Flaxseed Tiny seeds packed with value. Natural source of omega-3 fatty acids for skin & coat. Fibre to support digestive health and smaller, firmer stools. High in lignans, antioxidants to aid cell health. Blueberries & Cranberries Mini powerhouse berries, naturally high in antioxidants and rich in minerals, including calcium, vitamin C and potassium. Spinach & Broccoli Little greens with great b ..read more
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What to Do If Your Pet Is Overweight or Obese
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by Nutrience Orders
1y ago
Obesity in pets is a serious problem that is becoming more of a concern than ever before. Up to 60% of the dog and cat population are considered overweight or obese. Overfeeding is one of the leading factors contributing cat obesity. Overfeeding occurs when a pet is taking in more energy than it is burning. Pets that are 10-20% above their ideal body weight are classified as overweight, and those who are higher than 20% are considered obese. Here are a few tips and tricks you should know if your pet is overweight or obese. What are the health risks associated with obesity? Overw ..read more
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Is Your Dog or Cat Ready for Spring?
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by Nutrience Orders
1y ago
Spring is in the air! Snow is slowly melting, birds are starting to sing, buds are blooming, and the weather is getting nicer every day. Therefore, you’ll soon be able to spend more time outside with your furry friend. You may even notice your dog or cat hanging out by the door or windows just to breathe in a gust of fresh spring air! However, warmer weather also means certain seasonal problems for your pets, such as parasites and allergies. As pet parents, we must ensure our cats’ and dogs’ safety and well-being. Here is a list to help you get your dog or cat ready for spring so you can en ..read more
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Why, How, and When Do Cats Purr?
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by Nutrience Orders
1y ago
We’ve all heard the soft hum our cats make when we scratch them in their favourite spot or when they’re chomping on their favourite kibble. But have you ever stopped and wondered why cats purr in the first place? Do they only purr when they’re happy? Is there a physiological benefit to purring? Let’s find out! When do cats purr? Cats purr for many reasons and not all of them are good. The most recognizable purr is one of content. Cats will often look relaxed with their eyes slightly closed when they are purring from contentment. Their tails are also often still when they are happy, a wagging ..read more
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