Ways to Protect Pets This Winter Temperatures are quickly dropping this winter. With the weather people talking about winter weather and freeze warnings on just about every channel, we thought we would give some tips to help you make sure your pets stay warm, healthy...read more
Anyone who has ever had a dog or cat wishes that he or she has a healthy and long life. Here are five tips that can help your pet do just that. FEED A HIGH QUALITY DIET. Pets that are fed a high quality diet have a shiny hair coat, healthy skin, and bright...read more
Apples, salmon, pumpkin, beans, yogurt... people foods that are safe for your dog to eat. As a responsible and informed dog lover, you probably know that too much “people food” can make your dog ill or overweight, but there are some human foods that can be safely...read more
The following recipe feature oats as the prime ingredient. Using fresh ingredients when possible will make these treats even healthier! Peanut Butter and Banana Oat Drops In addition to aiding in training and filling your dog with glee, treats made with carefully...read more
Tasks That Will Prepare Your Dog for Cold Weather Make a Quick Vet Visit: Winter can be hard on dogs if they are not in perfect health. If your dog has health issues it can be hard for them to keep warm, and sleep well both very important to your dogs health. Many...read more
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