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The Dog Blog


Posted by Bil-Jac on Nov 16, 2017 1:43:13 PM

Tips for Keeping Your Fur Babies Safe through the New Year.

Wrapping paper. Shiny packages. Tasty foods. Guests galore. It’s all part of a happy holiday season. But those same joys for us may pose dangers for our furry friends if we’re not careful. Follow these easy tips, though, and you’ll enjoy a safer holiday all around the house.

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Help Keep Your Mature Dog Young at Heart

Posted by Bil-Jac on Nov 16, 2017 1:42:48 PM

Tips for healthy and happy years together.

According to the International Veterinary Senior Care Society, dogs are considered “senior” when they reach an age range between 5 and 10 years old. But there’s a LOT of latitude in there. Larger breed dogs mature more quickly while smaller breed dogs mature more slowly.  Oftentimes there are no outward signs of these changes.  There are a few key steps to take to help your dog mature gracefully.

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Topics: Health & Nutrition

Celebrating 70 Years Of Doing Things Differently

Posted by Bob Kelly on Nov 16, 2017 1:42:19 PM

"There was a big need to come up with something better."

Bil-Jac Founder, Bill Kelly

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Topics: Insider

Dogs Can Get Spooked, Too!

Posted by Bil-Jac on Oct 31, 2017 9:22:00 AM

Ten ways to a safer Halloween for you and your pet.

Did you know that lost-dog calls increase by 12% during the week of Halloween?* That’s right.

Veterinarians also report a rise in pet injuries during Halloween, most of which are completely preventable.** So what’s an unnerved pet lover to do? Try our 9 safety tips to make Halloween more enjoyable for you, your pooch and your guests.

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Topics: Wellbeing Tips

The Assembly Line of Life.

Posted by Bil-Jac on Oct 13, 2017 11:02:00 AM

Your dog’s health and vitality depend on amino acids.

Your dog’s hair, skin, eyes, muscles and organs are all made from protein. But protein doesn’t just happen in your buddy’s body. It’s built in a kind of assembly line that has about 20 crucial steps, each of which depends on the availability of a specific molecule called an amino acid. Your dog’s body makes half of these amino acids itself. But there are ten that need to be provided daily by the food he eats. These are called the 10 “Essential Amino Acids,” because if any of them go missing, the whole protein assembly line is limited.

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Topics: Health & Nutrition

Training a "Kiss"

Posted by Bil-Jac on Oct 13, 2017 10:54:00 AM

We all know that feeling of excitement and satisfaction we get when we teach our dogs a new trick. Whether you teach them how to be better behaved (sit, lay down, stay, off) or how to make your friends smile (shake hands, roll over, give a kiss), teaching your dog new behaviors can be very helpful and rewarding for both of you. Bil-Jac Super Premium Dog Food and Joel Silverman, TV Show Host and Professional Animal Trainer, present a series of dog tips to teach the tricks that please both you and your dog. After using these videos as a guide, your best friend will be the most talented dog on the block! 

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Topics: Training & Behavior, You & Your Best Friend

Is Your Dog Fit or Fluffy?

Posted by Bil-Jac on Oct 13, 2017 10:16:00 AM

Have you noticed if your pooch has put on a few pounds recently? You are not alone. The Association for Pet Obesity Prevention (APOP) found in their 2016 survey that 54% of dogs are either overweight or obese. If you cannot easily see and feel the ribs on your dog, your dog may be packing some extra pounds. Two extra pounds may not sound like much, but on a 10-pound dog, two pounds adds 20% more weight to wear!  A 2014 study by the American Animal Hospital Association found that keeping your pooch in shape can add years to your dog’s life.

Oftentimes, too much food and a lack of activities are the reasons behind weight gain. In addition, some dog breeds have a tendency to gain weight, which is not healthy. If you suspect there may be a health issue with your pet, you should check with your veterinarian.  

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Topics: Health & Nutrition

Top signs your dog is overweight.

Posted by Bil-Jac on Oct 2, 2017 10:39:00 AM

How to help your dog lose weight during National Pet Obesity Awareness Month—or anytime!

Is your dog among the 53% of U.S. dogs that are overweight or obese? And how can you tell for sure?

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Topics: Health & Nutrition, Tipping the Scales

Infographic: Solutions for Picky Dog Eating Habits

Posted by Bil-Jac on Sep 18, 2017 9:23:35 AM

Brought to you by the good folks at Bil-Jac

Is your dog having trouble eating all his food? You could have a picky dog on your hands. Fortunately, we have the recipe that may help your pooch's persnickety habits become a thing of the past. Use the infographic below to get the solutions you need for your picky dog's eating habits.

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Topics: Health & Nutrition

Why Slow-Cooked Dog Food Matters.

Posted by Bil-Jac on Sep 18, 2017 8:36:00 AM

And why we never extrude our kibble.

Making a highly nutritious dog food starts with the right high-quality ingredients.  But at Bil-Jac, we don’t stop there.  We know that the way we create the recipes for our dog foods and how we prepare and cook those ingredients makes all the difference. The critical preparation and cooking of dog food is hard to measure and appreciate when looking at the bag, but it is what makes Bil-Jac the special dog food that it is.

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