THANKSGIVING SAFETY FOR YOUR PETS Make Thanksgiving A Joy: Follow These 6 Safety Tips To Keep Your Dog Safe Thanksgiving is invariably the granddaddy of all feasts and you cannot deny the fact that you do tend to go overboard with the preparations every year. However, do you realize that your furry friend could be petrified of your over-the-top celebrations? As we give in to our temptations of snacking, tasting ...read the full article.
Dogs and Digestion Three Ways to Aid Your Dog’s Digestion As a dog owner, you’ve probably no doubt encountered a pet that just seems to inhale their food. For one reason or another some breeds of dog just can’t eat fast enough and although they may look like they’re enjoying it at the time this behavior may not actually be good for them. Just like us humans, pets who seem ...read the full article.
Pet Gear Lab Food Chart For Dogs Pet Gear Lab Food Chart For Dogs For most people feeding your dog is simply a matter of grabbing the dry kibble, putting some water in the bowl and hope that your pup loves it. There is, however, a new movement of feeding dogs a raw diet or supplementing their diets with fresh fruit, vegetables, and meat. Of course, dogs evolved from wolves, ...read the full article.
Pet Safety In The Kitchen Pet Safety in the Kitchen We recently examined pet safety during the holidays, but did you know the Top 10 toxins for your dog, according to VPI Pet, can be found in the common household kitchen year-round? At the top of the list – CHOCOLATE– so beware of leaving out those half-eaten heart-shaped boxes this month! Even a small bite can lead to a world ...read the full article.
Turkey Time and Table Scraps For Dogs The passing of Halloween has always represented the beginning of the ‘holiday season’ for me. I really like this time of year. There are a lot more social gatherings and parties. I see more friends and family and spend time catching up with them. Like many, I also enjoy the holiday comfort foods. This year, I am hosting Thanksgiving Dinner for some friends ...read the full article.
Toxic Foods That Dogs Should Never Eat. My childhood poodle “Napoleon” got into Halloween candy one night while we were not home and boy was I was scared! He was so sick I’ll never forget it. Most of us already know that chocolate is very toxic for a dog to ingest. But did you know about other things like avocados, alcohol, onions and garlic, coffee, tea or caffeine, grapes and raisins, ...read the full article.