Beneful A Dangerous Bargain

Beneful A Dangerous Bargain

“Our 15 lb Minpin started having seizures on a regular basis shortly afterwards, which turned to cluster seizures within a few months. Our 80 lb Weimaraner mix could hardly walk. She was like an old lady. Neither of them had any energy and they barfed a lot.”  This is just one of over 382  Complaints about Beneful filed at the Consumer Affairs website. Beneful receives here 1 out of 5 stars.  Many unsuspecting consumers are mislead by Purina’s clever marketing ploys to make you think you are choosing a healthy food for your dog.  However if you look at the ingredients  It is laden with Corn, Soy, artificial clors, sugar and propylene glycol.   Reports in the consumer affairs include death, seizures, extreme thirst and vomiting.  Contact Miami Natural Pet Care today for guidance on choosing the right diet your pet to stay healthy 

Meet Mr. Scruffy Your New Valentine.


Are You Looking For A Companion Who Is Sweet Kind and Plays Well With Others?  Mr. Scruffy is your guy!!! Mr. Scruffy was rescued off the streets of Miami and is looking for someone to love.  He is a very easygoing dog, he likes other dogs, ignores cats and likes kids.   Please Contact us today or The Pet Mode Grooming Shop in Miami.  He is vaccinated, HW negative, dewormed and neutered.

Big Pets Get Bigger: Latest Survey Shows Dog and Cat Obesity Epidemic Expanding

The “fat pet gap” continues to widen according to the latest nationwide survey conducted by the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention (APOP). Veterinary survey found 53 percent of adult dogs and 55 percent of cats to be classified as overweight or obese by their veterinarian. That equals 88.4 million pets that are too heavy.

Please ask Miami Natural Pet Care any advice on nutrition, we can help your pet to do thinner and healthier, contact us.

Mama and Keko- Miami Street Dogs



Mama and Keko are a bonded pair who were living on the side of Tropical Supermarket in Little Haiti. Nightly they would beg for food. After seeing that Mama was pregnant we knew we had to rescue them . Mama and Keko are now safe and awaiting the arrival of their babies. They are both being treated for erlichia and have had numerous veterinary costs. Any support with their care is graciously accepted and they will be looking for their forever home .  Donate to Mama and Keko Here

Lost Dogs of Miami


This past week Miami Natural Pet Care has found 3 lost dogs with no ID and no microchips including this gorgeous Shepherd. Miraculously through networking their owners were all located. Please Miami dog owners spend $10 and place an ID tag on your pets collar and for about $30 microchip your pet and make sure to register it.  These two steps may save your pets life and reunite you.

Chihuahua Dachshund Puppy for Adoption


Nina the Chiweenie is 6 months old and 6 pounds she is full of spunk and love and looking for her forever home . Nina loves other dogs cats and kids. She was rescued from Miami Dade Animal Services and is recovering from non contagious demodex mange. If interested in Adopting Nina please contact Miami Natural Pet Care or Xtreme Rescue Inc.

Miami Toy Dogs

Did you know toy breeds need exercise too ? Your toy breed dog is not actually a toy they need the same exercise as large breeds . Here is Georgie a toy Fox Terrier she looks forward to her daily walks and fetch with Miami Natural Pet Care. Miami Condo Dwellers contact Miami Natural Pet Care so your little dog can get the daily walks and exercise they need. Don’t rely on the pee pee pads only. Your dog needs fresh air and exercise to stay happy and healthy.

Miami Natural Pet Care wishes everybody a Happy New Year !!!

Miami Natural Pet Care wishes everybody a happy, animal-friendly 2013!!!
What’s your list of New Year’s resolutions going to be? No idea? Here are few ways to help animals on this new year:
-Go to the running with you dog more often or call us to take him out for a walk when you can’t.
-Stop smoking: Tobacco companies conduct painful invasive and skin corrosion tests on animals, so kicking this bad habit helps kick animal testing, too.
-Organize your closets: if you still have fur coats, maybe it’s time to get rid of them
-Deep-clean the bathroom: Alongside the expired cold medicine, toss out products that were tested on animals.
-Establish a plan for emergencies: Plan ahead to keep your animal companions safe in an emergency situation by filling a carrier with leashes, bowls, veterinary records, medicines, a photo of each animal, and a list of hotels that accept animal guests during natural disasters.
-Save money for a big-ticket item or vacation: With milk projected to hit $8 a gallon, just swapping your weekly gallon for rice, almond, or soy milk will save you big bucks and have you well on your way.