Dental Chews for Dogs

Dogs in the Wild Didn’t Eat Dental Chews Domesticated dogs are prone to gum disease and tooth decay just like people are.  Their ancestors of course didn’t eat dental chews.  But they didn’t eat kibble, milk bones or any other processed foods either.  Dogs in the wild subsisted on a diet of raw, whole prey that […]

Elevated Dining Style

We’re fans of These Creatures, a small company in Seattle that designs and handcrafts steel diners for pets (and leash/coat hooks, and some other handy things like charging docks).  Their designs are refreshing.  No paw prints or bones here; instead, warblers and squirrels and goldfish, or nicely rendered images of popular dog breeds.  Or in […]

Got Free Pet Food? Enter our Free Pet Food Sweeps!

  You might say I got into the world of pet supplies through the kitchen door.  I grew up in restaurants, and eventually started one of my own with a couple of friends.  That cemented a fondness for tasty, healthy food and local independent business.  Which naturally led to opening Fetch in 2000, believing in […]

Transparency, the New Black?

If a pet food company invites writers to tour its facilities, when everything the journalists see is carefully planned, is that really transparency?  Seems that this is a growing PR trend among corporations, and it is brilliant.  McDonald’s invites mom-bloggers for sleepovers and the result is a great PR turnaround. The Whole Dog Journal was […]

Food Feature: Nature’s Variety Raw

The topic of feeding raw deserves a discussion, actually several.  For now I’m only going to acknowledge that some animal-lovers are pro-raw and some are against it, and many aren’t sure what to think yet.  For those of you who are looking for more info on raw in general, come see us in either store, […]