The Dog Blog

How to have a fur-ever friend.

Posted by Bil-Jac on Feb 14, 2017 4:19:13 PM

7 tips for being a good pet parent.

Anyone can bring home a pet, but there are so many aspects to taking good care of your best friend for life. From feeding your pet well to exercise and playtime… from training to cleaning up after walks … here are our 7 best tips for being a responsible pet parent.

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Topics: You & Your Best Friend

Pleasing the carnivorous palate.

Posted by Bil-Jac on Feb 14, 2017 4:18:57 PM

How Bil-Jac Adult Select Super Premium Dog Food satisfies and nourishes.

From the ingredients in the recipe to the small-batch cooking method, Bil-Jac Select is different from any other dog food on the market. It’s a super-premium dog food, meaning that it contains high-quality protein and no fillers. It is formulated to help your dog thrive and very gently cooked to create a food that your dog will not only savor, but will actually prefer.

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Topics: Health & Nutrition

Celebrating the Love You Have Shared With Us

Posted by Bil-Jac on Feb 9, 2017 2:42:21 PM

At Bil-Jac, we know it is an honor and privilege to be a part of your family every day. We do not take your trust lightly. One of our favorite things about having you as a part of the Bil-Jac Family is hearing from you! Whether it’s a phone call to our Customer Service Team, an email or a post on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram, nothing makes us more proud or makes us smile more than to hear how Bil-Jac is helping your dogs live a long, healthy and active life! We share your notes in the office and with our sales and manufacturing teams. Here are a few of the more recent Love Letters you have sent us, complete with photos.  

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Topics: Love Letters

Pudgy Pooch?

Posted by Bil-Jac on Jan 11, 2017 1:22:26 PM

How reduced fat dog food can help your dog avoid winter weight gain.

Winter brings more than just colder temperatures and fewer daylight hours. It also ushers in the very real possibility that your dog can put on a few extra pounds. There are several reasons for this. For one, colder weather keeps pets and their parents indoors more, so those outdoor walks become fewer and shorter. And, quite simply, less exercise results in fewer calories burned.

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Topics: Special Needs

Bil-Jac Love Letter: The Rescue of a Newborn Fawn

Posted by Bil-Jac on Jan 11, 2017 10:57:06 AM

This is a story of a dramatic rescue of a newborn fawn by Willow, a Great Dane Pitbull Cross in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania.

A touching story from Chris & James, Willow’s Pet Parents - thanks for sharing it with the Bil-Jac Family. We are so proud of Willow.



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Topics: Love Letters

INFOGRAPHIC: Dog Training Tips

Posted by Bil-Jac on Jan 11, 2017 10:56:40 AM

Brought to you by the good folks at Bil-Jac

We know that dog training takes patience, time, lots of Bil-Jac treats, and a waggy tailed puppy. Does your pup know how to sit or shake their paw? Or maybe they’re a bit more advanced and can bow or give a kiss. What about more behavioral training such as the heel while you’re walking or teaching your dog to stay down when guests walk into your home?

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Topics: Training & Behavior

Ring in the New Year with a happier, healthier dog!

Posted by Bil-Jac on Jan 10, 2017 9:42:42 AM

Make a New Year’s Resolution that includes your furry bestie.

Every year, most of us resolve to do at least one thing to improve our lives: spend more time with friends and family, exercise more, eat healthier. So why not include your best friend in your resolution? After all, he simply can’t take care of his own health—he counts on you! So here are our top 10 ways you can have a happy, healthy dog in 2017—and make your relationship with your pooch stronger than ever!

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Topics: Health & Nutrition, You & Your Best Friend

How cold weather affects dogs, and what you can do to help.

Posted by Bil-Jac on Dec 8, 2016 11:26:45 AM

Even built-in fur coats don’t keep out winter’s cold.

Jack Frost doesn’t just nip at our noses, but at our pup’s paws and noses, too. Just like people, winter’s cold winds and frigid temperatures can really bother our four-legged friends. So what can you do to help keep your pooch warm and healthy this winter? That’s what this post is all about!

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Topics: Changing with the Seasons

Doggy Dangers of the Holiday Season

Posted by Bil-Jac on Dec 8, 2016 10:43:39 AM

Yuletide Tips for Keeping Your Little Angel Safe

Since the Holidays are exciting and fun for humans, they’re likely to be exciting and fun for our furry family members, too. Your dog shares your experiences and feelings, after all. So remember that the Holiday Season also has its stresses and dangers … many of which apply to your pooch, as well as to you. Here are some simple tips for keeping your dog safe over the Holidays.

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Topics: You & Your Best Friend

Bringing home a puppy this holiday season?

Posted by Bil-Jac on Dec 8, 2016 10:43:23 AM

How to properly prepare for your new little angel.

The holiday season is a time when many people consider giving their children or other family members a puppy… a fuzzy bundle of joy to share the wonder and merriment of the season with. But bringing a puppy home—especially during the busy holiday—calls for some serious thought and preparation to make sure your furry gift is well-received and well cared-for, not just on Christmas morning, but for the rest of your lives together.

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Topics: Raising a Healthy Puppy