Austin Fit, the premier magazine for people living the active lifestyle in Austin, TX, celebrated its 4th Annual Austin’s Fittest Dog Issue. This year, photographer Brian Fitzsimmons dares to keep up with the likes of Addison, the energetic boxer to wave-riding Eleanor, the golden retriever. These beautiful dogs were nominated for everything from their unique role as training partners, to […]
The world of DockDogs competitions just got a little more fierce as Nulo Pet Food is pleased to announce its support of Team R&R Retrievers – which includes DockDogs World Youth Handler Champion Lizzy Felton and her yellow lab, Ralphie … as well as her little sister Gabby and yellow lab, Riley. What they may lack in experience, Lizzy (15) […]
Nulo was a proud sponsor of this year’s Dogtoberfest at The Domain in Austin, TX and what a day it was! The day began with an early Dog Trot for the fitness-minded crew. Soon after, thousands of Austin’s most enthusiastic pet lovers lined the street with their best-loved friends. Owners went all out dressing their dogs to compete in various […]
Of course pet nutrition is important and The Emmys provides just the spotlight. As the only pet-related company invited to provide gifts to the 2012 Emmy Awards Nominees and Presenters, Nulo was thrilled to speak to visiting celebrities about quality pet nutrition and introduce our new Nulo's Lifestyle formulas for dogs.
Nulo was recently honored as the official pet food sponsor for The 2012 Emmy Awards which will be aired live Sunday, September 23rd on ABC and hosted by Jimmy Kimmel.
Regarded as one of the nation’s most prestigious veterinary schools in the country, The Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University asked Nulo to participate in its review of the best canned cat food – based on protein and palatibility.
Nulo recently teamed up with Whole Foods Market and Pet Paradise to benefit Houston’s Spay-Neuter Assistance Program (SNAP). A day of good clean fun was had by all at the Whole Foods Kirby store as a free Shampooch was given to every visiting dog.
Michael Landa says he’s been on the front lines of feeding pets for years, ever since he started a pet-sitting service in Los Angeles in 2001. A few years ago, though, he noticed something startling — his staff could barely keep up with insulin shots for diabetic animals. “I was running around doing insulin shots, and one day I just woke up and said, ‘What the hell is going on?’” Discussions with veterinarians and scientists revealed the problem, he said: