Wellness Snacks for Cats and Dogs

Indulge your cat with Wellness® Kittles™ natural, grain-free crunchy cat treats. At only 2 calories per treat, Kittles are the purrfect way to show your kitty love. With 6 flavors to choose from, these crunchy bites are not only delicious, but help clean teeth too!

Snacks for Cats

Wellness Kittles Salmon/Cranberry Recipe
Wellness Kittles Salmon/Cranberry Recipe

Our kitties favorite is Salmon/Cranberry.

Snacks for Dogs

Wellness WellBites are delicious, grain-free, all natural, soft dog treats that are made in the USA with the finest globally-sourced ingredients. Available in a variety of flavors.

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5 Signs That Your Bird Needs a Nail Trim

Just about any bird owner will agree that trimming a bird’s nails isn’t the most pleasant experience in the world, but it is necessary from time to time in order to preserve your pet’s health and comfort, as well as your own. If you think that your pet bird might be ready for a nail trim, then read through the information below to learn about what you can look for to help you determine when the time is right. Keeping a close eye on the condition of your bird’s feet will help you make sure that your bird stays in tip-top shape from head to toe.

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Can Dogs Eat Carrots? If So, Are Carrots Good for Dogs?

Can dogs eat carrots? If carrots aren’t toxic to dogs, are carrots good for dogs? And are there any dos and don’ts when it comes to carrots for dogs?


A dog in a bunny costume with a dangling carrot.

All pup parents know that there are some vegetables that dogs can eat, and some veggies that are best avoidedCarrots are healthy for humans, but can dogs eat carrots? If dogs can eat carrots, are carrots good for dogs? And is there anything you should keep in mind when feeding carrots to your dog? Let’s find out!

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Why Do Cats Like Boxes?

Let’s answer an age-old question — Why do cats like boxes? Do cats prefer certain types of boxes? What boxes should cats avoid? Do big cats like boxes, too?

An orange cat looking up out of a box.

Cats and boxes: never has there been a better match since peanut butter and jelly. They just go together, right? Anyone who knows the feline mind can attest to the magnetic power of the box, no matter the shape or size. Although we’re quite aware of this love affair, what’s the reason for it? Why do cats like boxes?

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Water Changes in Your Aquarium

Even if your water looks clear, stir up the substrate a bit and you will be shocked at how much detritus is there. What is it from? When fish are fed, particles of food fall to the tank bottom where they decay. Meanwhile, the food that is eaten is eventually released back into the water as urine or feces, which also adds to the debris.

Goldfish swimming in tank

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Feeding Guinea Pigs

Just because you love your guinea pig like family doesn’t mean you can feed her straight from your table. While some human food is safe for you guinea pig to eat, feeding guinea pigs should be far more than just table scraps.

What Do Guinea Pigs Eat?

At the most basic level, guinea pigs are herbivores. That means that they just eat fruits and veggies—no dairy, eggs, meat, or insects for these little guys. Fresh hay and fresh leafy vegetables should make up the bulk of your guinea pig’s diet.

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Ideal Heating for Your Reptiles

In the wild, reptiles have just the right heat, humidity and light for their particular species — nature sees to that. But in captivity, the animals rely on us for these essentials.

bearded dragon under heat lamp

As keepers of these amazing animals, it’s our responsibility to provide everything our pets needs to thrive. One of the most important essentials is heat.
Unlike mammals, which can generate their own body heat, reptiles are ectothermic; they obtain their body temperature from the environment. In the wild, reptiles choose areas to dwell based on the temperature. If they need warmth, they will move to a sunny area. If they need to cool down, they will find shade or burrow into the ground.

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