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PetMD Editorial
Feb 29, 2012

Interpreting the Cat Food Label Brought to you by petMD in partnership with Hill’s® Science Diet Ideal Balance® Pet food labels are legal documents. Much of what is included on them is regulated by the Association of American Feed Control Officials (AAFCO) so that owners… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Feb 29, 2012

Cats Are Not Small Dogs Brought to you by petMD in partnership with Hill’s® Science Diet Ideal Balance® Dogs used to be the most popular pet in the United States, which probably explains why we have historically paid a greater amount of attention to their nutritional and… Read More

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PetMD Editorial
Jan 04, 2011

As our cats age, they go through a lot of significant physical changes. Their nutritional requirements change as well. The lack of knowledge in the area of animal physiology has led many pet owners to unknowingly overfeed their aging pets, which has led to a growing… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Dec 23, 2010

Kittens need certain nutrients to grow strong bones and muscles, to feed their developing brains, and to build their immune systems. There are a lot of foods on the market. Some foods are obviously made for specific life stages, and they say as much on the packaging, while… Read More

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PetMD Editorial
Jun 16, 2009

How to Help Your Fat Cat Battle the Bulge Being a fat cat might seem cute, but it’s really not good for your feline’s health. If your kitty is a little chubby or beginning to look that way, we have some simple tips to guarantee a slender, healthier version in no time. And… Read More