When you sit down for dinner, some dogs will casually sit under the table just hoping for a table scrap to fall, or for his or her owner to give in and offer him a morsel. While it's OK to occasionally give your dog human food, just make sure that it's a food that's OK for dogs to eat, as many foods that are safe for humans can be dangerous to dogs. According to dog expert Cesar Millan, here are some human foods that are OK for dogs to eat: -- Peanut butter -- Cheese
(BPT) - Dogs and their owners have many things in common, but perhaps one of the biggest commonalities is that they both love to eat! When preparing meals for your four-legged family members, it's important for the meal to be packed with flavor and nutrients, and to create a dining experience they enjoy and look forward to. Help give your pets the ultimate mealtime experience with these tips: 1. Create a mealtime routine
(BPT) - Your pets are an integral part of the family, so it's important to practice preventative care to support their well-being and help them live long, healthy lives. But just like people, pets can be affected by chronic conditions such as diabetes, heart disease and allergies. That's why, as a pet parent, staying informed and being proactive can help to avoid or at least prolong the onset of chronic conditions.