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The Dog Blog

2018 Resolutions for a Healthy Dog

Posted by Bil-Jac on Jan 18, 2018 4:11:23 PM

The new year is here.  When the calendar flips over to January, we’re often looking for ways to be sure it can be our best year ever for both ourselves and our whole family.  Our whole family includes our dogs.  Have you ever thought about what your dog might resolve to do in the new year?  Like most of us, your dogs would likely resolve to be healthier this year. To help your dogs have a healthy 2018, we’ve put together four resolutions to put into place.

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Topics: Health & Nutrition

The Bil-Jac Difference

Posted by Bil-Jac on Jan 18, 2018 4:10:57 PM

Have you looked at a bag of dog food lately? If so, you've probably noticed a list of ingredients. This list shows the ingredients in the dog food in descending order by weight (before the food is made).  At Bil-Jac, we’re proud of how much fresh chicken goes into our recipes.  That’s why we don’t just stop there, we also list how much fresh chicken was used to make our dry dog food.  For example, we use 25 lbs. of fresh chicken to make a 30 lb bag of Bil-Jac Adult Select.

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Topics: Health & Nutrition

4 Tips for Socializing Your New Puppy

Posted by Bil-Jac on Jan 18, 2018 4:10:16 PM

Bringing a new dog into the house can be a very exciting time. There is a lot to learn and a lot to teach to help your new best friend become a member of the family.  Aside from teaching your dog basic commands, getting your puppy on a feeding schedule and house training, it is important to socialize your puppy.  When a dog is well-socialized, they will be more at ease with new people, new dogs and new situations.

Here are four tips you’ll want to keep in mind during the process of socializing your new best friend.

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Topics: Raising a Healthy Puppy, You & Your Best Friend, Training

Video: Is Your Dog a Bil-Jac Believer?

Posted by Bil-Jac on Dec 19, 2017 1:10:57 PM

There’s nothing we love more than knowing your best friend is thriving on Bil-Jac, which is why we love receiving your love letters that let us know why your fur-ever friend is a Bil-Jac Believer. In this video, we wanted to thank you for a wonderful 2017 and for being part of the Bil-Jac Family. Take a look at some of our Bil-Jac Believers of 2017.

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Topics: You & Your Best Friend, Love Letters

Gut check.

Posted by Bil-Jac on Dec 19, 2017 1:09:04 PM

Learn more about how probiotics can help keep your best friend's gastrointestinal tract working properly.

First question: what’s so important about your dog’s gastrointestinal tract?
Answer: Just as in humans, the GI tract is the body’s main barrier to disease. This is why it’s so critical for a dog’s gut to remain healthy.

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Topics: Health & Nutrition

Woof, woof.

Posted by Bil-Jac on Dec 19, 2017 1:08:37 PM

8 ways your dog is telling you he is healthy.

Just like every human being, every dog is more than a pretty face. But how your dog looks and acts can go a long way toward telling you how he feels. So what are some of the signs that your dog is healthy and happy? We’ve pulled together our top eight ways:

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Topics: Health & Nutrition


Posted by Bil-Jac on Dec 19, 2017 1:08:05 PM

See if your favorite breed made the top 20.

It happens every year — the American Kennel Club counts up its registrations and announces the most popular dog breeds in the USA. And, for the past 10 years or so, there have been few changes at the top of the chart because like a great food once you find a great breed, you stick with them.

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Topics: You & Your Best Friend


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

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