There’s a new study out on moose arthritis and nutrition. Researchers from Michigan have discovered a window into the potential connection between moose and other species when it comes to degenerative joint disease.
Next to air, food is the substance our cats take into their bodies most often. How long they live, their quality of life, the health of their immune system, and their behavior all depend greatly on the food they eat.
By popular demand, here's the promised post on what's new in cat feeding and nutrition. After last week's Waltham Centre visit in rural England (which I'm mining to great effect), I got the download on all that's new in the world of moggy munchies.
When thinking of balance in terms of food, what immediately comes to mind for most of us is what we should be eating ourselves – a healthy combination of fruits, veggies, whole grains, dairy, nuts, beans and maybe some lean meats. But is this what balanced nutrition means for cats? Not exactly. Most people choose to feed their...
I know this is a late-in-the-day, cop-out post for those of you accustomed to my opinions, impressions and analysis. I must confess to being lazy as a result of a wicked flu that’s dogged me for three days now and my prep for a conference I’m supposed to attend tomorrow (it remains to be seen whether my illness will allow me to...
Ah, the New York Times…all the news that’s fit to print…and a Sunday magazine that gives its writers a little room to maneuver around the news—with editorial vigor, if necessary. And that’s my primary objection to the article. The writer stalked this project with a jaundiced eye aimed squarely at the pet-owner relationship.
I'd love nothing better than to head back in time to last week when I was still in London kicking up my heels in Hyde Park, doing the museum thing all day long and punctuating my wanderings with world-class food along the way. Sigh. At least I have the memories.