At It’s a Dog's Life we provide specialized nutritional consultations to help you obtain optimum health and wellness for your canine companion, feline friend and working/performance dog. It is our belief that proper nutrition is vital to health, as it supports the immune system so that dogs and cats are naturally able to fight off disease, illness, ticks, fleas, chemical and environmental exposures and many other problems affecting our pets today.

There is much research about cancer and chronic illnesses being attributed to poor nutrition. Behavioral issues can also stem from problems with nutrition. It is very important to establish a healthy eating plan for your dog as early in life as possible in order to prevent many of the health issues which plague dogs and cats later in life.

Just as there is no “one size fits all” diet for humans, the same holds true for our canine companions and feline friends. Some dogs thrive on a raw diet, others do better on a home-cooked diet with supplements. Still others may require a grain-free diet, and others may need a bit more fiber in their diet. What is the perfect diet for the active working dog might be devastating for the older, diabetic dog. We can help you learn what’s good for your dog, what’s bad and WHY. That way you can make better decisions about what to feed your dog and cat to help him/her not only live longer but BETTER.

Research shows that proper nutrition along with exercise can increase the average lifespan of your pet up to two years. Are you doing all you can? Let the Certified Nutritional Specialists at It’s a Dog's Life help you make the RIGHT food choices.



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We offer specialized nutritional consultations over the phone or internet and in person at very reasonable rates to help you make sure your pet gets the best nutrition he/she can for a long HEALTHY happy life.

Our services include:

  • Evaluation of current diet
  • Recommendations for the best overall diet for your dog or cat
  • Transition from commercial diet to raw diet
  • Recommendations for special needs diets
  • Diets for puppies, adult dogs, senior dogs, and active or working dogs
  • Diets for weight loss or gain