When it comes to the health of your adult dog or cat, choosing the right pet food goes beyond mere palatability and cost considerations. Not all pet foods are created equal, and determining the appropriate diet involves more than just adhering to package instructions—they are merely guidelines. Opting for an appropriate diet can pave the way for lifelong good nutrition for your pet, potentially averting various issues such as allergies, nutritional deficiencies, skin and coat disorders, and obesity. The nutritional needs of dogs and cats vary based on several factors including age, breed, and health status. For example, senior pets have distinct requirements compared to puppies or kittens, while animals with conditions like diabetes or kidney disease can benefit from specialized diets. Our veterinarians are equipped to assist you in making well-informed decisions about your pet’s diet. We offer guidance on selecting the best-suited foods tailored to your pet's needs and your budgetary constraints, along with advice on portion control and deciphering pet food labels. Additionally, we can devise a personalized nutrition plan for your pet and support owners in helping their overweight pets attain a healthier weight. Contact us to arrange a personalized nutrition consultation for you and your pet.


Giant breeds such as Great Danes, Irish wolfhounds, and giant schnauzers have unique dietary requirements. Very few commercial puppy foods offer the ideal mix of calcium, energy, and protein levels that these breeds need. We can provide you with feeding recommendations that will encourage your dog’s maximum growth potential without causing developmental problems. For added convenience, we also stock veterinary-approved diets for giant breeds.


It’s easy to get confused or overwhelmed by all the pet foods on the market. We can help you weed through the choices and find a puppy or kitten food that will meet your growing pet’s nutritional needs. We even carry many nutritionally balanced, veterinary-approved brands in our clinic.