Healthy Pet Essentials

by the Rodale’s Discover team

What better way to show our furry friends some love than by treating them to some healthy pet essentials? Pet gear needs to be functional—but that doesn’t mean it can’t be tasteful and ecofriendly, too. From mealtime to bedtime, these safe, durable picks from Rodale’s help ensure your furry friends stay happy and healthy.

Alligator Dog Toy

A playful alternative to the typical chewing bone, this thick cotton rope alligator dog toy from Harry Barker provides hours of fun and helps keep your pet’s teeth and gums clean. This toy is made from recycled cotton yarns that are colored with azo-free dye that’s safe for pets to chew for hours.

Orange Stripe Collar

Dogs of all sizes will stand out in this bright orange striped collar made to withstand up to 600 pounds of pressure. This Harry Barker collar is made of 100 percent post-consumer recycled plastics and ecofriendly dyes, so it’s safe for your pet and the environment.

Bon Chien Dog Food Storage Bin

Stow pet food in this stylish heavy-duty storage container that holds up to 22 pounds of dry food. This dog food storage container is made of 100 percent recycled steel and includes an FDA-approved aluminum scoop so you can serve furry friends safely.

Discover even more ecofriendly pet essentials at Rodale’s.

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3 Responses to Healthy Pet Essentials

  1. Mike November 9, 2013 at 1:58 pm #

    Why would anyone reading this blog want a storage container for processed dog food? You are advocating for people to avoid nutrient-impoverished, chemical-laden processed foods — so, I hope people around here are not feeding their dogs that processed stuff from the grocery store. Why wouldn’t you feed your pet the kind of quality food you eat? And even better, like people, dogs on a healthy diet don’t smell, their teeth remain clean, and they live long lives with having to go to the vet all the time.

  2. Carolyn Cunningham November 13, 2013 at 12:58 pm #

    I’m not crazy about feeding my dogs and cats “processed food” either, but I also can’t afford human grade food for them. I guess in some people’s opinion, I shouldn’t have pets then? I figure if I provide healthy supplements, plenty of exercise and love, these “throw away” pets I adopted will make it okay.

  3. dog breeders in January 12, 2014 at 5:51 pm #

    What’s up, I check your blog daily. Your humoristic style is witty, keep it up!

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