Seasonal Safety: Spring Hazards for Horses

Posted March 14, 2018 In Horses

The earth is waking up after its winter slumber. Warmer weather and more daylight mean more opportunities to ride. It also beckons sprouting buds and growing grasses, which can present real dangers for grazing horses.

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What is your Pet’s Urine Trying to Tell you?

Posted March 13, 2018 In Dogs

Urine is a literal goldmine of information. When analyzed, it can tell you everything from your pet’s nutritional needs to potential infections. So, what happens when it’s not gold at all? What if, instead, your pet’s urine is red, brown, or full of crystals? Use this decoder to determine what your pet’s urine is trying …

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Is it Dangerous for Dogs to Eat Their Stool or Other Animal Feces?

Posted March 07, 2018 In Dogs

Coprophagia may sound like a fancy Italian restaurant, but what’s on the menu is far from fine dining. Coprophagy is the act of ingesting feces. Much to the horror of most pet parents, it’s relatively common among dogs.

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Best in Show Chickens on Milestone Chicken Food

Posted February 20, 2018 In Chickens

As far as chickens are concerned, Muenster is “the breakfast of champions!” Our secret is out: in March of 2018, Muenster Milling chicken feed will officially become available for purchase in stores and on our website. Sold under the Milestone label (which it shares with our line of horse goods), Muenster chicken feed contains ingredients …

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We’ve Reached a New Milestone: Introducing Chicken Food

Posted February 12, 2018 In Chickens

In nature, stagnation is dangerous. It’s one of the reasons we feel so strongly about reaching new milestones in our brand. This year we’ve taken sentiment a bit literal, creating a new and improved line of all-natural, high-quality chicken feed.

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Easy Ways to Keep Cats Off Counters

Posted February 07, 2018 In Cats

From a young age, humans are taught to wash their hands after using the restroom, especially before meal prep. Cats on the other paw are more likely to jump directly from the litter box to your kitchen counters without giving a second thought to how unsanitary it is.

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Should I Be Concerned About My Cat’s Unplanned Weight Loss?

Posted January 31, 2018 In Cats

There’s a reason why so many weight loss cat foods exist. To keep Fluffy healthy, there may come a time when she needs a little help with weight control. But what if you saw her suddenly and inexplicably drop a few pounds? You’d rightfully be concerned.

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Talking Doggy Body Temps: Fever to Hypothermia

Posted January 25, 2018 In Dogs

Calling our mammalian systems temperature-sensitive is an understatement. For doggie bodies, a few degrees can make all the difference. Should the mercury shift even a little in either direction, your dog could be in real danger.

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Teaching Your Dog Food New Tricks: Introducing Muenster Grain Free

Posted January 11, 2018 In Dogs

Anyone who says you can’t teach an old dog new tricks hasn’t met Muenster. For the past few months, we’ve been tethered to the kitchen, refining our recipes and cooking up something deliciously healthy.

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7 Healthy New Year’s Resolutions for Pups

Posted January 11, 2018 In Dogs

As we enter a New Year, fresh starts abound. Resolutions aren’t just good for people though. They’re also beneficial for the 1 out of 3 pets in the U.S. who qualify as obese.

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