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  • Ancient Grains: What’s all the Buzz About?

    July 25, 2014

    While many grains like wheat and rice aren’t ideal for many pets, some animals can actually benefit from consuming healthy whole grains (especially if they’re free of gluten) and need these foods to help maintain healthy skin, coat and body weight. Super-grains are often classified as seeds or pseudo-grains. They contain little or no gluten, and also possess powerful health promoting properties.

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  • A Quick Word About Peas

    July 24, 2014

    While whole (unflaked) green peas and other legumes like chickpeas or lentils can be challenging for some pets to digest and may cause gas, we’ve found a way to serve peas in an easily digestible ‘flaked’ form. A flaked pea is a whole green pea that’s been squashed flat to break down its outer shell, so it’s actually well tolerated even by pups with sensitive tummies.

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  • Interview with Dorothy Hunter about Her Dog Food Pledge

    July 8, 2014

    We had a chance to interview Dorothy Hunter about her pledge to eat nothing but high quality dog food (including The Honest Kitchen!) for 30 days that has gained national media attention.

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  • How to Fit a Dog Harness

    July 3, 2014

    People always ask Kurgo how to find and fit the perfect harness for their dog. We know it can be tricky with all of the options out there, so they’ve written this short guide to help you through the process.

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  • Top 5 Clinical Signs and Treatments for Pet Seasonal Allergies

    July 1, 2014

    Regardless of location, the elemental tumult of seasonal changes, including blooming flowers, dying plants, dryness, moisture, warmer or cooler temperatures, and wind stirs up environmental allergens and other irritants that can affect the eyes, nose, skin, and other body systems of both people and animals. Learn how to recognize if your canine or feline companion is suffering from allergies.

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  • 6 Things To Know About Human Grade Pet Food

    June 16, 2014

    Do you know what it means for pet food to be labeled 'Human Grade'? The requirements may surprise you!

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  • Understanding your pet's bloodwork

    June 2, 2014

    When your veterinarian recommends running routine bloodwork, it can be a mystifying process. Here we will try to unravel the mysteries of your pet’s bloodwork and help you understand how to interpret the basics.

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  • 8 steps to start a running program with your dog

    May 20, 2014

    The weather is warming up and the great outdoors are calling your name. You want to bring your dog along, but just like you can’t hop off the couch and run a marathon, you can’t expect your pup to go from snoozing near the radiator to pounding the pavement. To work up to a full running schedule in a healthy way, here are eight simple steps that you can start today.

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  • Yummy Additions to Your Pet's Bowl

    April 23, 2014

    Are you looking for an easy way to increase your kitty's moisture intake or get more probiotics to your pup's rumbly belly? Check out these three natural Honest Kitchen products that taste great and are good for them, too!

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  • Heartbleed Encryption Flaw

    April 10, 2014

    Heartbleed is an encryption flaw that affected about half of all SSL certificates on the internet. While we don’t have any indication that our site data was in any way affected by the latest security scare, I wanted to take a moment to reassure you that we have already updated a patch to our servers and re-issued all SSL certificates anyway, as an additional precaution, to make sure that our customers can visit our web site with the highest level of confidence.

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