Nutrition plays such an important role in the health of our pets. What we feed our pets (and how much) can have a large impact on their quality of life.
The choice of food at the store can be overwhelming, and choosing the right one for your pet’s age, size, and unique needs can be daunting! There are so many brands, ingredients, and flavors to pick from before you start deciphering the health claims.
Our Pet Boutique at 718 N Main St in Springboro is here to cut through the confusion. In addition to therapeutic diets typically carried by veterinarians, we have carefully selected over-the-counter food and treats that provide economical solutions for allergies and various medical conditions.
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Have questions? Call or contact us online us! We’re here to help.
Bigger Road clients have access to exclusive nutrition tools and counseling. Learn more below, and ask about it at your next appointment!
Customized feeding plans take the guesswork out of meal time
If your pet needs to slim down a bit, is an overweight-prone breed, or you are just confused by your pet food labels, you will love our customized Feeding Plans.
This is a guide made just for you and your pet – his weight, his goals, and the food and treats he likes. You will know how much to feed and how much to treat, without scrutinizing food labels.
Post it on the fridge and everyone in the house will know exactly what to do to keep your pet on track!
Our food recommendations are simple, clear, and informative
Not sure what you should be feeding? The hundreds of choices at the pet store certainly don’t make it easy, but we have you covered. Based on your pet’s needs and your preferences, we can provide you with a list of recommended foods. We tell you:
- Where to find them
- How much you’ll pay
- What the packages look like
- Why they’re good choices for your pet
Don’t go into the maze of food aisles at the pet store without a map!
Bigger Road is committed to making pet nutrition understandable, and giving you the knowledge to be confident in the nutrition choices you make for your pets. Check out these articles from your Bigger Road staff!
RECALL: Bravo Chicken dog and cat food (7/24/2015) - Bravo Pet Foods of Manchester Ct. is voluntarily recalling specific lots of several dog and cat food formulas, due to potential Salmonella contamination. RECALL: “I and Love and You” brand Dog Treats (7/15/2015) - I and Love and You of Boulder, CO has announced a voluntary recall of two lots of Cow-Boom! Strips Beef Gullet dog treats. The recalled lots have the potential to be contaminated with Salmonella bacteria. RECALL: Vital Essentials Frozen Beef Tripe dog food (7/7/2015) - Vital Essentials has announced a voluntary recall of its Beef Tripe formula frozen raw dog food because of potential Listeria contamination. The product was distributed in multiple states including Ohio. RECALL: Rachel Ray Nutrish wet cat food (6/7/2015) - Ainsworth Pet Nutrition has recalled 5 varieties of Rachel Ray Nutrish brand wet cat food, and multi-packs that contain these flavors, because of potentially elevated levels of Vitamin D. RECALL: Himalayan Ruff Roots Chews (5/28/2015) - Himalayan Corp., by way of PetSmart, has announced a recall of their Himalayan Ruff Roots natural chew toys because of possible metal contamination.
For pets with certain medical conditions, special dietary restrictions are sometimes indicated. If your veterinarian recommends a restricted diet, the following resources can help you find appropriate foods at the pet store.
Please consult with your veterinarian before changing your pet’s diet. Call or contact us online anytime with questions.
Cats with Diabetes
For cats with diabetes, your veterinarian may recommend restricting your pet’s diet to wet foods that are low in carbohydrates. Refer to the following list of low-carb wet foods for cats
Diabetic cats who are also overweight may need to restrict fat intake as well as carbohydrates. Following are low-carb AND low-fat wet foods for cats:
Cats with Kidney Disease
For cats with kidney disease, your vet may advise a high-moisture diet with restricted phosphorous and protein. Refer to the following list of low-phosphorous and restricted protein wet foods for cats
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