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Benefits of Canine Caviar Wild Ocean

Canine Caviar’s Wild Ocean formula is one of our single protein single complex carbohydrate diets. It is a herring and split pea based alkaline diet. Herring is wild caught, human grade, white fish. It is a rich protein source that is high in long-chain omega 3 fatty acids, EPA, DNA and a good source of vitamin D. Herring is beneficial to heart health, reduces the risk of cancer and Chrohn’s disease, and strengthens the immune system. Our Wild Ocean formula is one of our alkaline diets. Our diets are pH balanced at 7.1-7.4 to allow straight transition, reduce anaerobic activity,...
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February is American Heart Month

February is American Heart Month!  Did you know heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women in the US? 1 and 4 deaths each year are caused by heart disease. 80% of heart disease and stroke events are preventable It is important to keep yourself and family members up to date and healthy to help prevent the risk of heart disease. Here are a few things you can to do to help prevent heart disease: Live a healthier life-replace your meal choices with healthier alternatives such as fruits and vegetables. Get active-even if it’s a...
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The Best Way to Store Your Canine Caviar Pet Food

The Best Way to Store Your Canine Caviar Pet Food 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...
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National Train Your Dog Month.

 January is National Train Your Dog Month. 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 home during the holiday season. The Association of Professional Dog Trainers (APDT) wants to inform pet owners the value of training and...
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Canine Caviar Stocking Stuffers

Canine Caviar Stocking Stuffers Are you looking for Fun and Healthy Stocking Stuffers for your Furry Friend this Holiday Season? We have some fantastic options for your last minute puppy gifts.   Our 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...
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Canine Caviar Turkey Day Treats

We all know it’s hard to not to give in when you get that adorable puppy dog look, so to help you give your pets a healthier alternative to all the Turkey Day snacks and treats. We have provided our top Canine Caviar easy and safe treats for this holiday season. Dried Sweet Potatoes    Canine Caviars Dried Sweet Potatoes are fresh and 100% natural. These delicious, healthy rawhide alternatives are fat free, rich in beta carotene & antioxidants. Our Dried Sweet Potatoes contain no added dyes or coloring. These treats are perfect to use as training treats, because they...
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Do’s and Don’ts on Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is a time full of friends, family, football and of course–FOOD. It can be hard not to feed your furry friends table food, especially on this holiday when food seems to be the gift that keeps on giving. Overeating is practically encouraged on this day, not just for us but for our dogs! While still sharing the holiday cheer with our dogs, we just need to be mindful… Here is a list of “Do” and “Don’t” Thanksgiving foods for Dogs: (keep in mind, although some food are good for dogs, consuming too much of anything can cause stomach upset)...
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Canine Caviar Testimonial

October 2nd, 2015 Allergies can be a common issue that can affect dogs. There are environmental allergies and skin and food allergies. Canine Caviar is formulated to help eliminate these types of allergies. Canine Caviar is an alkaline based diet, a limited ingredient diet with beneficial grains and grain free options. We have had a few changes over this past year and are continually working to improve our food for the best nutrition possible. Here is a testimonial and an amazing story on our new product from one of our loyal customers Robbie and his two Shar Pei.    ...
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Quality Control-First Hand

                By: Ashley. September 25th, 2015 Quality Control-First Hand Listeria, Salmonella and E. coli have been some big topics this year in the pet industry. We would like to share our quality control procedures from a new Canine Caviar employee’s firsthand experience. With the responsibilities of Social Media Manager, Public Relations and Customer Service I am learning quite a bit about pet food. Listeria, Salmonella and E. coli are living hot and cold bacteria that can be present in protein sources when not handled properly. Listeria and Salmonella are more commonly present during the...
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How Pets Help Enrich Our Lives With Better Health and Less Stress

By: Amber Kingsley. September 4th, 2015 There have been many happy endings for people who have the need for companion canines; even cats can have their healing qualities. According to the National Center For Health Research, statistics show those people with pets live longer, healthier lives. They have stronger heart rates, take less sick days, make fewer visits to the doctor, get more exercise, are less depressed and anxious compared to their counterparts who don’t own cats or canines. Research also suggests that pets also have a significant impact on helping to prevent allergies, especially for children. They also help...
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