Natural Pet Food & Supplies

224 South Main Street
Newtown, CT 06470
203-270-PETS (7387)
info@yourhealthypetct.com

Your Healthy Pet

Hours:
Monday - Friday: 10:00 - 7:00
Saturday: 10:00 - 5:00
Sunday: 10:00 - 2:00

 

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Adoption & Rescue Organizations:

 

·National Great Pyrenees Rescue - Our mission is to help all deserving dogs of Great Pyrenees origin find good homes—wherever they are. NGPR's sole purpose is to support Great Pyrenees rescue efforts across the county, so together we can all "Save More Pyrs".

·The Animal Center - A Newtown-based, non-profit animal welfare charity. Their Feline Rescue & Adoption Program rehabilitates and places the community’s abandoned, neglected and injured kittens into loving homes.

·Canine Advocates - A non-profit organization assisting in the adoption process through advertising, screening and education; provides walks, socialization and human interaction for the dogs; promotes rescue referrals; and provides spay/neutering, rabies and distemper shots for all animals at the Newtown pound before adoption.

·National Brittany Rescue and Adoption Network - An alliance of dedicated Brittany rescue volunteers who share a deep love for the breed and who will work to rescue, rehabitate, and re-home Brittanys in need, whether abandoned, lost, stray or surrendered to rescue for placement.

·Wildlife In Crisis - A non-profit organization dedicated to wildlife preservation and land conservation.

·Greyhound Rescue and Rehabilitation - A non-profit adoption/placement organization that is dependent upon donations & fundraisers to continue their efforts on behalf of the greyhounds. Comprised of all volunteers dedicated to raising public awarness about the ex-racing Greyhound.

·Wildlife Education Coalition Organization - A group of concerned citizens from Fairfield County, Connecticut who support effective, science-based solutions to reducing human conflict with wildlife. Presently they are focused on the deer "management" issue with Fairfield County.

Pet Food Nutrition & Health:

·Feline Nutrition Education Society - Our mission is to communicate to all who keep cats. FNES includes all those who want to change how people think about feeding cats. You can help by joining the Feline Nutrition Society to help advocate for that change. It's free.

·DogAware - Mary Straus offers information based on research and studies for a variety of subjects. Topics include:

·Commercial dog food - Selecting a quality brand of food and what ingredients should not be in dog food. Explains the benefits of using canned food vs. kibble. Also explains how to balance home-prepared foods and using commericial raw food.

·Supplements - Explains which supplements should be added to pet foods and why.

·Nutritional requirements for life stages - Explains the benefits of high-protein diets. Describes the requirements for puppies, large breeds, seniors, overweight, and inactive dogs.

This site also explains foods to avoid, how to keep your pets teeth clean, information on dogs with food allergies, prescription diets, health problems and many other educational topics.