https://www.northpointpets.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/Photo-Apr-16-2023-5-00-02-PM-scaled-e1686064912514.jpg 1593 2336 Nicole R. Cammack https://northpointpets.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/08/NPP_nav_color-1-300x94.png Nicole R. Cammack2019-10-09 11:27:032023-06-06 15:23:46Ten Things You Need to Know About EEE Virus & Your Pets
Ten Things You Need to Know About EEE Virus & Your Pets
While you are getting ready to take in the fall foliage on a hike with your dog or sitting on the front porch with your cat, here's what you need to know about mosquitos in order to protect your pets from Triple E and more.
Ten Things You Need to Know About EEE Virus & Your Pets/ Nicole R. Cammack
While you are getting ready to take in the fall foliage on a hike with your dog or sitting on the front porch with your cat, here’s what you need to know about mosquitos in order to protect your pets from Triple E and more.
How to Improve the Quality of Dry Food/ Nicole R. Cammack
We recommend a variety of supplements for varying reasons, however the most common reason is to improve upon a kibble. For example, we may add moisture to aid in digestion and to reduce inflammation. Or, we may add omega 3’s to improve skin and coat health. Here are some of our favorite tips for improving the health of your pet on dry food:
The Evolution of Pet Food: From Table Scraps to Extruded Kibble/ Nicole R. Cammack
Pet food has come a long way since its humble beginnings in 1860 when James Spratt invented the dog biscuit. Today, the pet food industry is a multi-billion dollar business with a wide range of products to choose from. In this article, we will take a look at the evolution of pet food, from the invention of the dog biscuit to the extrusion process of making kibble and the current trend of individualized nutrition.
Tips for Choosing the Best Pet Food/ Nicole R. Cammack
In previous posts, we discussed the history of dry food or “kibble” and why it may not be the …
Why Dogs and Cats Eat Grass: Understanding Your Pet’s Natural Behavior and Health Needs/ Nicole R. Cammack
Spring brings forth new greenery, and it’s not uncommon to catch our pets snacking on the fresh growth. Many people believe that pets eating grass are a sign of an upset stomach, but this is usually not the case. In fact, it’s perfectly natural and healthy for dogs and cats to eat grass.
Tick-Borne Diseases: Types, Symptoms, and Prevention/ Nicole R. Cammack
As the warmer weather arrives, so do the ticks. However, the past few years have seen a dramatic increase in tick populations, leaving many pet owners wondering why. The answer lies in the increase of deer and rodents, who serve as a primary food source for ticks. As these animals travel in and out of wooded and grassy areas, they bring a larger tick population into more heavily populated areas. The more these ticks feed, the more they reproduce, leading to a greater population.
How to Make Your New Cat Feel at Home: A Beginner’s Guide/ Nicole R. Cammack
Welcoming a new cat or kitten into your home is an exciting time, but it’s important to make the transition as smooth as possible for your furry friend. Follow these tips to help your cat adjust and thrive in their new environment.