(Maple Village Shopping Center)
211 North Maple
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48103
Monday- Saturday: 10am-8pm
Closed Christmas, New Years Day,
Thanksgiving and 4th of July.
Open Christmas Eve 10am-3pm.
Ask Us. We are Here to Help.
Read the label. Everything is listed by weight so the first five ingredients are important. Look for high quality named meats listed first. If the food contains grains, look for high quality grains like oats, barley, brown rice. Stay away from by-products, chemical preservatives ( BHT, BHA, Ethoxyquin, Propyl Gallate). Low quality grains are corn gluten meal, brewers rice, wheat and soy. Consider feeding minimally processed foods like raw, freeze-dried or dehydrated.
Ask for Paul Skinner, Paul McGuckin, Alicia Willimamson or Lisa Pearce, our trained nutritionists.
- Raw food formulas provide a diet that closely mimics their natural eating habits as they were in the wild
- High quality proteins provide the essential amino acids, and active enzymes necessary to support your pets health
- Reduction of allergy symptoms
- Species appropriate
- Minimally processed
- Cleaner teeth
- Shiny Coats
- Smaller Stools
- More energy
- Overall more healthy and happy!
Yes, Dogs have short, acidic digestive systems when compared to humans. Dogs can bury a bone and dig it up two weeks later. They can eat things that would kill a human. And with safe handling there should be no harm to the handler.
Not any more than munching on pretzels cleans ours!
Brushing your pets teeth is best. We also have natural enzymatic supplements that help control tartar and plaque buildup. We also recommend raw bones for your pets to chew on.
Well, raw food and canned are preferred over kibble because they can provide better meat proteins and high moisture. Kibble has a low moisture content and our dogs and cats rarely drink enough water to compensate. This is especially essential for cats! Kibble can also be too high in carbohydrates for your obligate carnivore.
We believe changing periodically, how often depends on you. What is important is offering variety. Switching up their diets is important for these reasons:
• Changing foods ever so often gives them the nutritional variety their bodies need to thrive on.
• Helps to ensure that no dietary deficiencies or excess can build up
• Helps eliminate allergy problems. The surest way to develop an allergy to say chicken, is to consume it daily for year.
• Who wants to eat the same thing everyday for years?