Hello loyal customers and welcome to the new Evolution Pets Website. We are so excited to offer you this new and improved experience. Our goal was simple, to provide you a more enjoyable and streamlined experience when searching for just the right solutions and products for you pet! We are also excited to announce that pet professionals, veterinarians, and groomers can now access their account ... Read More

Treating Dog Dry Skin with Aloe Vera

Treating Dog Dry Skin with Aloe Vera Aloe Vera gel is a great way for various skin care treatment over the centuries in dogs. It has healing abilities to cure almost all kinds of canine skin diseases. Interestingly, Aloe Vera is a natural remedy without any side effects. It is a familiar plant for all most all the nations and it is even potted every one’s houses in many cities. Arid climate is b... Read More

What is Demodectic Mange and How to Treat It

Understanding Exactly What is Dog Demodectic Mange and how to clear it How to Resolve Your Dog’s Demodectic Mange Problem Demodectic mange is a difficult situation for your pets especially your dogs. Since this is a skin problem, their appearance will be very much affected. They will also feel weak from the itchiness that they feel especially from the effect of the sickness to their immune syste... Read More

Canine Carnitine Deficiency in Older Dogs

What is Dog Carnitine Deficiency? Dog carnitine deficiency simply means the lack of L-carnitine in a dog. L-carnitine is a type of protein, specifically an amino acid that plays an important role in the body. It is responsible for “burning” fat by bringing long chains of fatty acids to the mitochondria of each cell where energy is then created. Essentially, L-carnitine helps in transporting fa... Read More

The Best All Natural Dog Shampoo for Dry Itchy Skin Allergies

Is your pet experiencing skin allergies, if so use a natural dog shampoo We hear about skin allergies all the time from veterinarians when we take our dog's in for dry and itchy skin issues. While there are many treatment options available for dog skin allergies, one of the most obvious places to start treating the issue is with the shampoo being used on your dog. Here are some ingredients to loo... Read More

Do Animals Have Different Blood Types?

Humans and pets are alike in so many ways. Just as we have different blood types, so do our furry friends. Knowing about your pet’s blood type can be helpful in emergency situations. Here are some things about animal blood types that every pet owner should know. Cat Blood Types Unlike humans that have four blood types, cats only have three. Types A and B are common ones while AB is a rare type... Read More

Should You Spay or Neuter Your Dog?

The Facts Behind Neutering Most animal welfare organizations and owners advocate spaying and neutering pooches. These procedures are safe when performed by a veterinarian; removing your dog's/cat's reproductive organs is thought to be an effective animal birth control method. A handful of industry pundits may say that doing so at a very early is a recipe for disaster, since the pooch ends up som... Read More

This Big Guy is Getting Some Serious ZZZZZZZ's!

Nothing is better than a nap on Monday! One reason we love dogs so much is because they are so genuine and know hoe to live in the moment. Look at this big guy getting some ZZZZ's on a lazy Monday. Sometimes I wish I could enjoy a nap this much; especially on a Monday!! Trivia: How many hours a day does the average dog in the US sleep? Well if my dog's were are any indication I would have to sa... Read More

How to Cure Dog Rash

My Dog Has Dry Itchy Skin. He Occasionally Gets Rashes, Bumps or Hot Spots. What Can I Do? Is your pet suffering from various skin disorders that at times, the amount of bumps, rashes and hot spots are getting quite out of control? It is true that over the years, thousands and thousands of animals have been suffering from different types of skin diseases brought about by allergies. In fact, it has... Read More

Why Do Dogs Shed?

Shedding is a dog’s natural way of getting rid of old or damaged hair. It occurs in virtually all dogs, unless of course the dog in question is also virtually hairless, such as the American Hairless Terrier. Because hair has a normal cycle of growth and falling out, shedding occurs all year round. A dog’s breed greatly determines how much and how frequent it will shed, although age, overall he... Read More