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Love your pet? Help them eat healthy and live their best life with articles and tips from the food and nutrition experts at EatingWell.

A Pumpkin Spice Latte for Dogs Exists—and You Can Buy It on Amazon

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Pumpkin Spice Latte season is quickly approaching, which means we're only about a week away from seeing PSL-flavored snacks and coffee everywhere for the next three months (which, for the record, we're definitely not mad about). But your precious pup doesn't have to wait—they can enjoy a pumpkin spice latte today!

Are There Bad Preservatives in Dog Food?

Gone are the days when pet owners would simply pluck a bag of kibble off the shelf and pour it in their dog's bowl. Back in the day, you only had a few different choices to pick from—wet food? Dry food? Large or small breed? Puppy, middle-aged or senior?—but most brands offered approximately the same options to owners. Not anymore. You can blame the fact that we've gotten way better at reading the nutrition labels on human foods (thank you, FDA!), but as we've gotten more savvy about nutrition for ourselves, we've also gotten more interested in what our pets are eating.

Update: Multiple Dog Food Brands Recalled for Toxic Levels of Vitamin D, Salmonella

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The Best Vegetables for Dogs and Cats

Submitted by admin on Wed, 12/26/2018 - 12:42

The average dog owner spends $65 on dog treats each year, yet the healthiest and least expensive treats for your pet could already be in your fridge! Many vegetables and fruits can provide a perfect chewy crunch. Especially in light of the recent rawhide recalls, asparagus spears and celery stalks are great chew-toy alternatives for dogs. Yes, really! You might need to give it a few tries if your dog is new to produce. Any crunchy or chewy vegetable can also spark a cat’s interest.