Pet Parent Education

October 22, 2019

Five Ways to Provide Daily Enrichment for Small Animals

Five Ways to Provide Daily Enrichment for Small Animals
Most of us know that a nutritious, balanced diet is essential to the daily health of our small furry friends. But, did you know that daily opportunities for enrichment are essential to your pet’s health and happiness as well? Enrichment can come in many forms, and providing enrichment opportunities is enjoyable for pet and pet parent alike. Here are five fun and easy ways to provide enrichment for small pets each day:... Read More

August 16, 2019

Help Us Give Back To Rescues! - “Nurture Their Nature” Donation Campaign

Help Us Give Back To Rescues! - “Nurture Their Nature” Donation Campaign
Our pets depend on us each day for the nutrition and care they need for health and happiness. And we know that rescues everywhere work tirelessly to provide for small pets in need. That's why we're so excited to announce our "Nurture Their Nature" campaign - a new donation campaign benefitting small animal rescues.... Read More

August 02, 2019

How to Support Your Pet’s Exploring Instincts

How to Support Your Pet’s Exploring Instincts
Small pets such as rabbits, guinea pigs, chinchillas, and others have a natural instinct to explore their surroundings. You can encourage this instinct in your pets by providing safe and enriching accessories, as well as by making simple modifications to “change up” the habitat. Learn more as Dr. Micah Kohles of Oxbow Animal Health provides helpful tips on how to support the healthy exploring behaviors of your pet!... Read More

June 17, 2019

A Side-By-Side Look at Oxbow Foods

A Side-By-Side Look at Oxbow Foods
Pet parents often ask which Oxbow food line is the best. The truth is that no one Oxbow diet is “better” than another. Check out our foods infographic to learn more about the features that make our Essentials, Garden Select, and Organic Bounty foods special and unique. ... Read More

June 05, 2019

How to Support Your Pet’s Instinctual Chewing Behaviors

How to Support Your Pet’s Instinctual Chewing Behaviors
Chewing is an instinctual behavior of rabbits, guinea pigs, chinchillas, and other small pets. The many benefits of chewing include healthy dental wear, mental stimulation, preventing obesity and boredom-based behaviors, and the opportunity to build the bond with your pet. Learn more as Dr. Micah Kohles of Oxbow Animal Health provides helpful tips on how to support the healthy chewing behaviors of your pet!... Read More

June 05, 2019

All About Chewing Handout

All About Chewing Handout
Whether nibbling on their favorite hay, munching on leafy greens, or chewing on their favorite toy, small pets are wired to chew all day, every day. As it turns out, chewing is an instinctual behavior with important benefits to your pet’s health and happiness. Read on to learn more about how to provide an environment that helps meet this basic need.... Read More

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