We’ve seen some solid successes with our WINPRO pups, new and old. Skeptics might say the changes we’ve seen are just a stroke of dumb luck, but we’re here to say: Luck’s got nothing to do with it.
So you’ve decided that WINPRO products might be a good fit for your pup – congratulations! Welcome to the pack! But before you go purchasing your first pouch, we ask that you first take some time to examine your dog. Below we’ve outlined the three major uses for our WINPRO pet products. Take a peek at each category and the corresponding WINPRO products to see what might be the best fit for your pet.
Although most adult dogs have natural defenses against disease, young puppies are susceptible to disease. After birth a puppy does not have a fully developed immune system, leaving it with fewer defenses than an older pet. Additionally, puppies require multiple rounds of vaccinations before they develop full immunity to dangerous illnesses, such as parvovirus and distemper. By supporting a puppy’s gut health – and therefore its immune system – pet owners can decrease the chances of their puppy developing a devastating disease.
The gut is arguably the most influential body part in a mammal, for a variety of reasons. A lesser known fact about a dog’s gut is that it is home to a unique colony of bacteria, called the gut microbiome. This microbiome has many roles from digestion to immune system support. Learn about the gut microbiome and how pet owners can better support their dog’s health.
Inflammation vs. Arthritis: Which Problem Does My Dog Have and How Can I Fix It? When a dog shows signs of pain - such as limping or resistance to exercise – the first instinct of an owner is to assume the dog is suffering from arthritis. Since there is an...
The new year brings many opportunities to develop healthy, more mindful habits. Every year, countless Americans set goals for themselves. Why shouldn’t these promises for better health and wellness carry over to your pets, as well? Read ten resolutions you can start achieving today for a happier, healthier 2019 with your dog.
How Much Should You Budget for Dog Ownership? For many people, New Year’s resolutions revolve around better money mindfulness. Whether resolving to spend less money going out to eat or purchasing fewer lattes, not many dog owners consider where a large chunk of their monthly expenses goes: to the dogs....
Stress is an inevitable – and necessary – part of life for all mammals, including dogs. However, there are two types of stress: good stress (eustress) and bad stress. Although eustress is beneficial, too much good stress can become bad, potentially leading to health problems. Read everything a pet owner needs to know about preventing good stress from becoming bad stress will be discussed.
The weather is growing colder, which means it is time to develop a strategy for keeping your dog warm and healthy during the winter months. See the tips for dog owners to best prepare their pets for winter.