Enjoy countless stories by Drs. Foster and Smith employees as we share our expertise and passion for pets. Post your helpful comments and share your own stories with fellow pet owners! Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine is a recognized leader in canine and feline cancer research and treatment. Drs. Foster and Smith wants […]
To celebrate the arrival of our NEW Drs. Foster and Smith Dental Scrubbies we are going to be giving away 60 packages!!
Employees at Drs. Foster and Smith Pet Supplies share their passion for pets by writing stories and experiences about their own pets here on our Pet Blog. Learn about Curtis and Molly – the newest additions to our employee pet family.
Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine is a recognized leader in canine and feline cancer research and treatment. Drs. Foster and Smith wants to support Michigan State University (MSU) in their efforts in these areas. We are doing this by donating to the University a portion of the profits from the sale of every bag or can of dog or cat food purchased from Drs. Foster and Smith. Learn More.
Drum roll please… Congratulations Michelle, Ashley, Reba, and Sydney!
Meet Moto. She’s an Old English Bulldog who models here at Drs. Foster and Smith. Check out her profile here.
Meet Layla, an English Springer Spaniel who loves playing frisbee, hunting, and snuggling.
The pet owner and canine patient have never had a wider array of choices in arthritic pain medications. From non-steroidal (NSAIDS) to the corticosteroids, pain relief has never been easier.
Did you know our packing peanuts are biodegradable starch peanuts made from potato and corn starches? Watch a video of them actually dissolving in water!
Learn about Spotted Cow (A.K.A. Clyde), an English Springer Spaniel owned by one of the employees here at Drs. Foster and Smith.
The holidays are a time of year where we get to create new memories. A time for both giving and receiving gifts from friends and family. It’s also a time when many are remembering their loved ones that are no longer here. These loved ones often include pets.
Each year Drs. Foster and Smith employees try to give back to our local community.
Salt melting products applied to icy, slippery roads and sidewalks can be harmful to dogs in a couple of ways.