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Need advice?on how to care for your pets? We have plenty of articles to help you out.

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By ZIWI

Arthritis in dogs - can it be managed?

Is your dog struggling to jump on the bed or into the car? Arthritis can't be cured, but it can be managed. Here's how you can ease your furry friend's pain.
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By ZIWI

Dog poo: what it can tell you about your furry friend’s health

Do you ever inspect your dog's poop? It's time to start paying attention, because not every color or consistency is normal! Here's what to look out for.
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By ZIWI

What’s the best cat food for weight loss?

Without the right foods and proper diet, cats can quickly pile on the pounds. Here's everything you need to know about the best cat food for weight loss.
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By ZIWI

Can diet help cat skin conditions?

Dry skin? Matted fur? Skin conditions are complex - but diet doesn't have to be. Find out what to feed your cat to keep their coat in purr-fect ??condition.
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By ZIWI

Dog allergies: everything you need to know

Want to help manage your dog’s allergies? Our blog takes a look at some of the possible causes of allergies and the steps you can take to remedy them.

How to establish a good 'COME' command

A dog with a well-established recall is a safe and engaged dog. It is well worth the time and effort in getting the ‘come’ command established. Nick, one of our Expert Authors, explains the rules of the ‘come’ command and how to establish a reliable recall with your dog.
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By ZIWI

Loose Leash Walking

Does your dog pull on their leash? It’s a common issue and no dog owner wants to be taken for a walk! In this expert series you give you the 10-step process you need to master loose-leash walking.
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Teaching commands through clicker training

Learn about the benefits of introducing clicker training and how simple it really is!
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House Training 101 with Nicole Ellis

It’s a lot of work and sometimes feels like an uphill battle. But, it’s also a great opportunity to start growing a loving bond with your dog. House training is all about consistency, patience, and positive reinforcement.
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By ZIWI

Managing IBD in cats and dogs

While there is no one single cause known for IBD, management can be made easier through an appropriate diet. Find out more about how you can manage IBD.
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Pet Safety Tips - Fireworks

7/1/2018 - By Nicole Ellis, CPDT-KA Many dogs have some level of anxiety or fear when it comes to fireworks. Noise sensitivity can vary significantly by breed, age, or exposure to loud noises as a puppy. There are some easy steps you can take to help your dog feel...
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Protein Deception by Dr. Jodie Gruenstern, DVM, CVA

The Protein Deception 6/15/2018 - By Dr. Jodie Gruenstern, DVM, CVA ZIWI’s consulting veterinarian, Jodie Gruenstern, DVM, CVA discusses why the designation of “high protein” can be over-rated, while the quality of protein in pet foods misunderstood and undervalued. You are what you absorb, not what you eat....
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Travel with Your Dog: Part Three - What to Pack

What to Pack 5/4/2018 - By Certified Professional Trainer and Guest Blogger, Nicole Ellis, CPDT-KA In parts 1 and 2 of this 3-part series, I talked about the importance of thoroughly planning your trip, shared some insights about finding pet-friendly lodging an and gave you some tips about...
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Travel with Your Dog: Part Two - Ways to Get There

Ways to Get There 4/27/2018 - By Certified Professional Trainer and Guest Blogger, Nicole Ellis, CPDT-KA Last week, we talked about the importance of planning all the aspects of your trip before you even set a paw out the door. This week, we’ll talk about the ins and...
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Travel with Your Dog: Part One - Planning Your Trip

Planning Your Trip 4/20/2018 - By Certified Professional Trainer and Guest Blogger, Nicole Ellis, CPDT-KA I welcome any opportunity to enjoy a getaway with Maggie and Rossi and I love sharing stories, photos, and videos of our adventures. Because of this, I’m often asked 'How easy is it...
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By ZIWI

List of 10 Common Household Pet Toxins

10 Common Household Pet Toxins 3/1/2018 Written by Samantha Randall, Editor-in-Chief - Top Dog Tips It’s a well-known fact that pets, dogs especially, will eat almost anything. Unfortunately, many common household substances that you normally wouldn’t even give a second thought can be seriously harmful for animals. Since...
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The Forgotten Superfood: Entrails! (aka Organs)

2/7/2018 - The Forgotten Superfood: Entrails! (aka Organs) by Dr. Jodie Gruenstern, DVM, CVA Natural and Cultural History Dogs and cats have a lot in common with wolves and cougars. However, they are not the same and their sharing of physiology is often the subject of great debate,...
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Training Tip #5 - How to Teach "Sit" & "Down"

1/30/2018 - Written by Certified Professional Trainer and Guest Blogger, Nicole Ellis CPDT-KA Week 5 Training Tip - How to Teach "Sit" & "Down" Sit and down are some of the first things I teach every dog. The sit is one of my fundamental behaviors as it’s a building block...
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Air Dried pet food
A modern take on centuries?old meat preserving techniques, our Z-TWINTECH? air drying technology locks in the goodness of our raw ingredients, creating ready-serve raw-inspired nutrition.
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Ethical & Sustainable Ingredients
Our free-range, grass-fed meats and local poultry are ethically raised under New Zealand’s Freedom Principles, while our sustainable seafood comes from the world’s top-ranked fisheries.
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Peakprey? Recipes
Crafted for peak nutrition, with high inclusions of meat, organs, and seafood in authentic PeakPrey? ratios – with added superfoods for a nutritional boost.
Air-Dried Scoop & Serve
Free-Range Farming
Ziwi Peak pet food with no grains
No Grains Sugars or Glycerins Added
Raised Without Added Hormones or Growth Promotants
Air-Dried Scoop & Serve
Free-Range Farming
Ziwi Peak pet food with no grains
No Grains Sugars or Glycerins Added
Raised Without Added Hormones or Growth Promotants
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