Your dog’s spirit and appetites were forged ages ago to be unified with nature. They deserve a food that’s inspired by the land and the essence that is their birthright. Cooked and prepared in the land of the free, Born Free recipes feature the same nutrients your dog’s ancestors feasted on in the wild, with none of the additives or fillers common today.
Available in four flavors,
* Dakota Den with Chicken and Turkey liver (puppy food)
* Garrison’s Glen with Chicken, Turkey, and Duck
* Cutter’s Creek with Salmon and Trout
* Redwood Ranch with Beef, Lamb, and Pork liver.
These wholesome, grain free recipes are designed to nourish your dog’s body and spirit. The hunt begins, and ends, with Born Free.
Ziwi Peak Cat Canned recipes are 93% meat, organs and bone, including 3% green mussel for natural glucosamine and chondroitin, and 7% species-specific tripe, for added palatability and digestive benefits.
Many cats also have a low natural thirst drive and can benefit from the higher moisture content of canned foods. Ziwi Peak’s reformulated cat canned recipes contain no grains, potatoes, corn, wheat, soy, sugars, glycerine, carrageenan, agar agar, guar gum, sodium tripolyphosphate or tetrasodium pyrophosphate. Instead we use chickpea as a natural binder for the high meat content ingredients. Our cans also have BPA-free linings.
The ingredient list is shorter than most, but we don’t think you’ll miss a thing. Take a look and compare it to the competition. You’ll notice a real difference and we are sure your cat will too.
With five savory flavors, all made with free-range, grass fed meats and wild caught fish or rabbit, you’re sure to find one even your fussiest eater will love.
Where: Howard Park, 830 17th Street
When: Saturday March 24th
Put your dog’s nose to the test during the 2nd Annual Doggie Egg Hunt! Your dog will sniff out eggs that are filled with treats and special coupons for prizes! Grab a photo with the Easter Bunny and bring along a basket. It’s great fun for the whole family!
Pre-registration is required, as there is no on-site registration. It’s easy to do on the Wilmette Park page!
Residents – $7.50
Non-residents – $9.50
Small dogs hunt for eggs at 11:15-11:30 A.M.
Large dogs have their turn from 11:45 A.M.-NOON
Come meet some of the smartest (and cutest!) pups around. The 8 pups were born January 1st, and have been in the same foster home since mid January, and are stopping by for a meet & greet this weekend. Their mom, the incredibly sweet, 43 pound lab mix Alma Mater, will be here too!
Here are Harvard, Yale, Brown, Princeton, Dartmouth, Columbia, UPenn and Cornell: (Not pictured are Harvard and their mother, Alma Mater)
Bring your family in for an interview here with the Ivy League pups this Saturday and Sunday, February 24 and 25, from 12 to 3. Follow up interviews will be held later in the week, and placement decisions made.
Just in time for February’s National Pet Dental Health month, we’re introducing ProDen’s PlaqueOff system!
Made with North Atlantic alga Ascophyllum nodosum, their line of food additive, treats, and bones for both cats and dogs prevent dental plaque from sticking to the teeth and soften already existing tartar deposits.
And to help you get started on keeping your pet’s teeth healthy and white (or to help you keep it up), we’re giving 20% off all of our dental care line and treats!
Our good friends and their embassadogs from the Midwest Greyhound Adoption group are going to be here for a Meet & Greet this Saturday, February 3rd from 11 until 3. Stop by at 625 Green Bay Road to meet them and find out why they make such amazing companions.
Adopt-A-Pet has several adorable and sweet lab/lab mixes, so we’re putting them all in one place for you to meet! Stop by here from Saturday, January 27th from 12 – 3 to meet Frankie, Goldie, Prancer, and Luke. Warning, you may fall in love!