Fresh food isn’t the only way to help your dog or cat get the most out of life. From bathing tips to health-related info, find out the latest pet-related news and stories on our blog.
Tips for Teaching Your Pet To Enjoy Car Rides
With the warm weather here to stay, many families are hitting the road for a weekend away or even an extended road trip. The great thing about these types of vacations is that they are often very pet friendly, meaning your favorite furry friend can join in on the fun. But how do you bring your pet on vacation if they are terrified of car…Read More >>
Help us walk 200,000 miles for pet obesity in the FreshFit Challenge!
Believe it or not, pet obesity is a health issue affecting over 50% of dogs and cats in the US. In light of this, in past year we’ve been working with Dr. Katy Nelson of the Pet Show to challenge pet parents to make a difference in their pet’s lives with regular exercise and a fresh diet from Freshpet. But this year we thought, we would open up the FreshFit Challenge to EVERYONE….Read More >>
Try the benefits of Fresh!
We all want the best for our pets so that they can grow to be healthy and active. And as we all eat healthier and fresher foods, we want to make sure we’re giving our pets the same. Since we started in 2006, we have heard from pet parents about the changes they’ve seen in their pets. From picky eaters who now love mealtime, to senior…Read More >>
The Thanksgiving Pet Table
This year forget about the kid’s table, it’s time to prep for the Pet’s Table! There’s no better way to say “thank you for being an awesome pet,” to your dog or cat than surprising them with a Thanksgiving dinner. It doesn’t have to be an actual table; it can simply be a festive spot for your pet to enjoy a Freshpet turkey dinner of their…Read More >>
10 Pets Who Rock Natural Mustaches
In celebration of Movember, a month long effort to get men around the world to grow mustaches in support of Prostate and Testicular Cancer research, we thought it was only fitting to celebrate the holiday the best we could. With pet mustaches! We collected our favorite 10 pets from across the web who rock their natural mustaches everyday. Archie Moustarchie Hamilton the Hipster Cat …Read More >>
Showing Love to Our Hometown Rescues From Pennsylvania
The Freshpet team is excited to be joining the Runner’s World Half & Festival as the sponsor for 1-mile Dog Run! The race will be held Saturday, October 17 in Bethlehem, PA, the hometown of our Freshpet Kitchens. Our Freshpet Truck will be there handing out food and treat samples with two special rescues on board! The Airedale Rescue and Adoption of the Delaware Valley…Read More >>
Simple Tips for Grooming at Home
In a recent post, we touched on the subject of bonding with dogs, and grooming practices are some of the best ways to accomplish this feat. So The Freshpet team has put together these at-home grooming tips so you can make it happen. Fur-styling We all know the importance of giving our canine a good daily brush, whether they be big or small, long-haired or…Read More >>
Meet us at The Runner’s World Dog Run!
We’ve teamed up with Runner’s World Magazine for their annual Dog Run at the Runner’s World Half & Festival in Bethlehem, PA. This year the 1-mile event for both humans and pups will be sponsored by Freshpet! The Dog Run will take place Saturday, October 17 at 11:00am following the 10k race. Find us at the Freshpet truck for free dog food and treat samples. Also be…Read More >>
New! Nature’s Fresh Raw Recipes at Whole Foods
We’re excited to announce a new way to experience raw with your dog. Introducing new Nature’s Fresh Raw recipes! These two new recipes start with 80% or more raw chicken or beef and include superfoods like cranberries, sweet potatoes and kale. This recipe is complete and balanced, and ready to serve straight from the fridge. No messy handling or thawing required. Find these recipes…Read More >>
How to Bond with Your Dog
The bond between humans and their dogs dates back thousands of centuries, and according to a recent article from Scientific American, the domestication of canines goes back much further than many of us may have previously believed. The discovery of a bone from a wolf found in Siberia takes the traditional belief of dogs belonging to human masters from approximately 11,000 years ago to upwards…Read More >>