There are many Thanksgiving foods that are safe for pets to eat. Learn about 6 Thanksgiving foods that you can share with your pets and some tasty pet-friendly recipes for you to make at home.
You might have heard that coconut oil is bad for pets as it's primarily made of saturated fats. But the truth is that saturated fats are commonly misunderstood. Let's dive into the science and learn why dogs and cats were designed by nature to thrive on diets rich in saturated fats.
Did you know that fiber-rich foods like CocoTherapy Coconut Chips produce short-chain fatty acids (SCFAs) which feed beneficial gut bacteria? Learn what dietary fiber is, how it helps support digestive disorders, and why coconut makes an excellent source of fiber in your pet's diet.
Halloween is just around the corner. It's a fun time of year to spend some quality with your pets, and a great excuse to throw a party!
Lauric acid is the most abundant medium-chain fatty acid (MCFA) in virgin coconut oil. It's a powerful "super ingredient" that provides a wide range of health benefits for pets. But despite the fact that it's such a beneficial ingredient, there's controversy regarding lauric acid in coconut oil.
Discover the science behind the immune-boosting properties of MCFAs and learn how virgin coconut oil can help boost the immune system in people and pets.
September is Animal Pain Awareness Month. Oftentimes, pet owners aren't aware that their pet is in pain and realize it only when the animal's illness has progressed. Let's show our support for Animal Pain Awareness Month by taking a look at a few of the most common warning signs of pain in pets.
With many grooming salons around the country still closed due to COVID-19, it can be challenging to keep on top of your pet's grooming routine. Learn our top tips for grooming your pet at home.
Do you have a dog who suffers seizures? See how MCT oil might be able to help. Learn about this exciting new research and why CocoTherapy TriPlex MCT-3 Oil is highly beneficial for dogs with seizures.