Blog

Canine Caviar Blog

How Food Affects Dogs

By Christina Burns We all know when we eat a large meal filled with carbohydrates how we fill afterwards – the food coma, ready-for –a-nap feeing! Well our pets, specifically dogs, get that same feeling! Often times I think us humans forget that animals in the wild do not sit around and eat bread baked or refined – they are mostly hunters and live off flesh and plant materials. Studies have shown that 80% of dog owners have the misconception that nutrition for dogs and humans are similar – when in reality they are different. Therefore, it is important when...
Read More

How to Store Canine Caviar

How to store Canine Caviar? Canine Caviar was the first company to use a pet food bag that wasn’t paper. One of the main difficulties we came across was how we were going to maintain optimum freshness without ever using preservatives in our food. Canine Caviar worked with a company, Kryovac at the time and together helped develop packaging that fit our needs. Canine Caviar bags have seven protective layers to help keep your kibble fresh. Our bags have equal to or better protection barrier than a coffee bag, giving it a minimal amount of moisture or oxygen transmission. After...
Read More

How Much Dog Food Should I Be Feeding My Dog?

How Much Dog Food Should I Be Feeding My Dog? Do you think your feeding your dog the right amount of food? Canine Caviar has the highest metabolized calories, which means the higher metabolized energy, the less you need to feed. With the highest digestibility on the market at 91-93%, Canine Caviar allows your dog to eat less while still maintaining ALL the nutritional value and calories they require each day. Our proteins are dehydrated and ground with 8% moisture and our kibble is flash cooked for 6 seconds at 82 degree Celsius to maintain the nutritional integrity and increase...
Read More

National Train Your Dog Month

January is the APDT’s National Train Your Dog Month!  Make training a part of your everyday life with your dog and learn to build a relationship with your dog. This national event was assembled to bring awareness to pet owners, showing them the importance of socialization and training for dogs. What better way to start you and your pet’s New Year off right than by training your loved one(s)? January is an excellent month, not only does it kickoff a new year where people are looking to start new habits in general, but a lot of pets are also brought...
Read More

Alkaline Diet

The Benefits of an Alkaline Diet By: Christina Burns Being a first time dog owner is one of the most exciting things that I have done. As a child my family always had cats – many, but never a dog. A few years ago, I decided to add a dog to my family of two cats, and found an amazing dog that was the right addition and so began the quest of finding out all sorts of new things! As a new dog owner, I was overwhelmed with the many options out there. I recall being at Pet Supply speaking...
Read More

Benefits of Feeding Duck to your Pet

Benefits of Feeding Duck to your Pet?   Duck is an excellent source of selenium, zinc, vitamin B-3, B-5 and B-12, antioxidants – zinc and selenium help boost the immune system, and duck also contains omega-3 fatty acids which help to provide your pet with healthy skin and coat. Canine Caviar offers a 96% Canned Duck Supplement that is a single protein diet containing No Grains, No Fillers, No Added Sugar or Salt, and No Artificial Colors or Preservatives. Canine Caviar canned diets are perfect for dogs that have allergies to other proteins, if you are looking for an alternative to...
Read More

The difference between complex carbs and single carbs

What is the difference between complex carbs and single carbs?   Not all carbohydrates are created equal; in fact they behave quite differently in our bodies. The glycemic index, or GI, describes this difference by ranking carbohydrates according to their effect on our blood glucose levels. Choosing low GI carbs which only have small fluctuations in our blood glucose and insulin levels is the secret to long-term health and reducing your risk of heart disease and diabetes. Go easy on foods with a high glycemic index. Since these foods raise blood sugar to high levels shortly after eating them, the body has...
Read More

Last Minute Stocking Stuffer Ideas!

Last Minute Holiday shopping? Check out Canine Caviars Healthy options perfect for your pets stocking stuffers. All Natural Buffalo Treats are a healthy and easy way to fill those stockings. We offer a variety of Buffalo treats perfect for All Dogs! Our buffalo treats are 100% free range, grass fed, GMO free, with no added hormones or antibiotics. Buffalo is naturally low in sodium, calories, and contains calcium, potassium, vitamins B6 and B12. Our Buffalo is sourced from India. The entire process is supervised by a team of veterinarians and passes inspection from the FDA and USDA prior to coming...
Read More

Planning on Putting up a tree this Holiday?

Planning on putting up a tree this Holiday? Keep a few things in mind while decorating this holiday season. If you prefer a real tree, try and bring home a tree that does not drop a ton of PINE NEEDLES. Pine needles can easily perforate your pets gut wall and their paws. If you and your family do decide on a live tree, be sure to keep it properly watered and keep the area clean, free of any pine needles. Try to secure your tree in a CORNER area rather than in the middle of the room. This way if...
Read More

What is Pearl Millet?

  What is Pearl Millet? Pearl millet is as seed that grows from an annual grass which can grow over 8 feet tall. The leaves are long and pointed with finely serrated margins. The seeds are the pearl millet that are produced on a thick cylindrical spike. Benefits of Pearl Millet? Pearl Millet is highly nutritious, non-glutinous, non-acid forming, beneficial to the stomach, spleen and pancreas, and is considered to be one of the least allergenic and most digestible grains available. Millet is a good source of fiber, a complete protein and is rich in phytochemicals. Millet is one of...
Read More
1 2 3 12