FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Our staff at Pulaski Warehouse and Family Pet Food center are dedicated to your animals. Whether it’s nutritional feed, seed to grow, or supplies, we are here to help you make the right choices. Below are a variety of frequently asked questions, if you don’t see what you are looking for, please contact either of our locations and we can help you.

Most individuals who plant food plots for deer or turkeys plant hunting plots. Their main functions are to draw deer for harvest and provide nutrition. Feeding plots, when used, are usually larger than hunting plots, and their main function is to serve as places where wildlife can feed and feel safe.

Most individuals who plant food plots for deer or turkeys plant hunting plots. Their main functions are to draw deer for harvest and provide nutrition. Feeding plots, when used, are usually larger than hunting plots, and their main function is to serve as places where wildlife can feed and feel safe.

Holistic dog foods often contain more antioxidant-rich ingredients which are not only good for the dogs overall health, but are also very beneficial for healthy eyes. As your dog ages, many will experience trouble with their eyesight. Additionally, some breeds have a natural tendency towards eyesight trouble.

Typically, indoor and outdoor cats can eat the same diet, but the indoor cat might gain more weight because it’s not as active as the outdoor cats. That’s one of the main reasons why, if your cats are indoor pets, you might want to consider changing their food to an indoor cat formula.

Here are tips to stop your rabbit from chewing your house:

  1. Rabbits need to chew, try giving your rabbit more hay.
  2. Bunnies get bored, try chew toys, allow them to play.
  3. Spay/Neuter your bunny.
  4. Bunny-Proof Your House.
  5. Use Positive Reinforcement and Training.
  6. Take your bunny outside, change their environment.

Cats are fastidious self-groomers, so it’s this habit that causes hairballs — swallowed loose fur that is not completely digested. The problem usually warrants no cause for alarm, but in some cases, hairballs become too big for a cat’s digestive tract and cause blockage that can be life-threatening. 

Well cared-for indoor rabbits can live 7-10 years, and some live into their teens. This is approximately the same life span as some breeds of dogs, and requires the same long-term commitment.

Growing pups should be fed puppy food, a diet specially formulated to meet the nutritional needs for normal development. t’s less about the content of the food, and more about the amount. Puppies will need more protein, fat and micronutrients than adult dogs. Feeding adult food will rob your puppy of important nutrients. Large breeds should be fed un-moistened dry food by 9 or 10 weeks; small dogs by 12 or 13 weeks.

Pulaski Warehouse

5777 Quarry Drive • Pulaski, WI 54162

 

(920) 822-3536

Hours of Operation

Monday – Friday: 8 AM – 5 PM

Saturday: 8 AM – 12 PM

Sunday: Closed

Family Pet Food Center

1228 S. Military Ave • Green Bay, WI 54304

 

(920) 490-9711

Hours of Operation

Monday – Friday: 8 AM – 7 PM

Saturday: 8 AM – 5 PM

Sunday: Closed