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Posted on Nov 25, 2015 , 0 commentsWe all love to spoil our pets. We can’t help it, they’re just so cute and cuddly. This year, treat them to some “milk & cookies” this holiday season! A cheerfully tasty treat you can make by using some Primal Dog Nog and Freeze Dried Raw food!
What is Dog Nog?Dog Nog is made from 100% Raw Goats Milk that’s packed with vitamins, minerals, electrolytes, trace elements, enzymes, protein, and fatty acids to keep your pet happy and healthy. Primal’s Dog Nog also contains cinnamon, ginger,... Read More
Posted on Oct 28, 2015 , 0 commentsAs Thanksgiving approaches there’s a lot to consider for your furry family members. From food safety to travel, here are some tips to keep your pet safe and healthy this Thanksgiving.
Safe SnackingWhile we don’t encourage feeding your pups table scraps, we know that it’s hard to resist those puppy dog eyes staring up at your from under the table. Here are some things to keep in mind about feeding your pup.
- Turkey – Make sure any turkey is boneless and fully cooked. Cooked turkey bones... Read More
Posted on Oct 28, 2015 , 0 commentsSomething exciting is coming from The Honest Kitchen. We’re big fans of The Honest Kitchen and their healthy and convenient food and treats. Now they’re making a healthy diet for your dog even easier with their new line of Proper Toppers.
What are Proper Toppers?Proper Toppers are 100% FDA approved human grade dehydrated pet foods. It’s made with 90% meat plus apples, pumpkin, chard, blueberries, vitamins and minerals for a tasty way to add protein and antioxidants... Read More
Posted on Sep 30, 2015 , 0 commentsYou can say one of our favorite words is “no” when it comes to dog food. No preservatives, no byproducts, no fillers, no meals, no binders, and no wheat, corn, or soy. That’s why we’re excited to introduce Nature’s Kitchen Grain Free Dog Food to you!
Packed with proteinStarted by two friends who saw a need for quality dog food, Nature’s Kitchen Grain Free Dog Food is based on a canine’s wild diet. Their research led them to making pet food made with a minimum of 80%... Read More
Posted on Aug 31, 2015 , 0 commentsWe’re excited to be bringing in a new brand of frozen raw and freeze fried food and treats by K9 Natural to Healthy Spot. You’ll be able to find K9 Natural products in our stores beginning in September. You can save 15% when you buy any two items or flavors in September! New Zealand is known for it’s natural beauty. From picturesque coasts to awe inspiring mountain scapes to vast, rolling pastures, it’s a breathtaking landscape everywhere you go. Now, K9 Natural is taking advantage of what New Zealand... Read More
Posted on Aug 31, 2015 , 0 commentsDogs love bones. It’s a fact. And they should since bones enhance tooth, gum, and jaw health. Adding bones to a dog’s diet is also an easy way to add calcium, phosphorus and trace minerals to your dog’s diet. But not all bones are created equal. We recommend feeding your dog raw bones to keep them healthy and safe. Here are the do’s and don’t when feeding your pup raw bones. DO
- Feed your dog meaty, non-weight bearing bones such as chicken/turkey necks that provide calcium, phosphorus and trace... Read More
Posted on Jul 30, 2015 , 0 commentsWant a simple way to add vitamins, minerals, electrolytes, trace elements, enzymes, protein, and fatty acids to your pet’s diet? Try Primal’s Raw Goat Milk! Goat milk is often referred to as the universal milk due to its ease of digestion and many nutritional benefits. It’s packed with prebiotics and probiotics to help with digestion. It also contains lactase, an enzyme lacking in pasteurized cow’s milk, which makes it completely digestible for dogs and cats. Compared to cow’s milk, goat milk contains 13% more calcium, 25% more vitamin B-6,... Read More
Posted on Jul 10, 2015 , 0 commentsThese are the dog days of summer. While you might enjoy an ice cold smoothie or a scoop (ok, scoops) of ice cream you might catch your pup making those big, puppy dog eyes at you in envy. To let Spot in on the summer fun here are some pupsicle ideas that’ll help your furry friend beat the heat. Berry, Berry Good It’s berry season! Treat your pup when you treat yourself to some tasty, ripe berries. Take blueberries, strawberries and blackberries and blend them together with some of
Posted on May 08, 2015 , 0 commentsLast month's Doggie Yoga with Aimee Hyatt was a relaxing success! We're doing it all again this month in Marina del Rey on Sunday, May 17th! Limited spots available so call in soon to reserve your spot as last month's doga session sold out quickly. Inhale, exhale, and sit pretty! Read More