sensitive stomach? It's a sensitive issue

It can be common for cats and dogs to experience an upset stomach, and in most cases, they will recover just fine on their own. However, sometimes an upset stomach is more than just an upset stomach and may be in fact be a stomach sensitivity or even worse, an underlying health concern.

A tummy upset that goes beyond the 24-hour period can cause further health issues, such as dehydration, anemia, and weight loss. If this is the case with your pet - take them to the vet for a thorough examination.

Common symptoms of stomach sensitivities:

Do you have a cat or dog that has one or more of the following symptoms?

  • Intermittent loose stools
  • Occasional vomiting
  • Excessive flatulence
  • Picky or fussy with their...


Though you may think nothing of your pet’s extra weight, overweight pet's is an increasing problem. Obesity in animals can cause a variety of health-related issues and may even shorten the lifespan of your beloved pet. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to become informed on the issue and find a healthy way to get your pet’s weight back on track.

How do Pets Become Overweight?

Pets become overweight for a variety of reasons, including consuming too many calories, not enough exercise, feeding too frequently or consuming table scraps!

Treats can also contribute to the problem with many dog and cat owners over treating their pets with multiple treats per day.

Nature vs. Nurture

Most pets are always happy to eat...



  • A premium food offers the most complete and balanced nutrition for your pet
  • Few to no fillers or animal-by-products
  • High quality ingredients 
  • Highly digestible formulas, so you feed less equalling less waste
  • Fixed formulas are ideal for pets with sensitive skin or stomachs and pets with allergies


Wet foods can be a good source of hydration if your pet is the type that is reluctant to drink adequate amounts of water. There are also health considerations that can make wet foods a practical choice. Older animals that have lost some of their sense of smell may be more inclined to eat a food that has a richer scent and flavor, as wet foods often are. This is also...

Science-based nutrition



Formulating the best, premium pet nutrition in the world is no simple task. Each of our diets is made up of nutrients that must be included in precise balance to supply the most effective nutrition for cats and dogs of different sizes, ages, breeds and lifestyles, and with specific needs. 

Four Goals for Health Nutrition

Our goal is to provide every cat and dog with the nutrition that is precisely right for their individual needs – needs that vary with the pet’s breed, environment, age, weight, gender, digestion, genetic makeup and lifestyle. 

  1. Body development and maintenance: Amino acids, minerals, vitamins and fatty acids meet the basic nutrition requirements for...

Nutro - Natural ingredients for Skin & Coat Health

Natural Ingredients for Skin & Coat Health

The condition of your pet’s skin and coat indicates nutrition and well-being. Many cats and dogs can develop a dull coat or have issues with dry, flaky skin. When you feed NUTRO®, you’ll see a difference in your pet. Featuring patented levels of linoleic acid, zinc and B vitamins to promote healthy skin and a soft, shiny coat — guaranteed. 

Here’s the science behind the premium ingredients.

Give the Vitamins and Minerals Your Pet Needs

Poor skin and coat conditions might result from genetics, immune function, environmental pollutants or dry air from HVAC systems at home. In some cases, dull coats and unhealthy skin also can mean a nutrition deficiency. Your pets need to get the...