Just like us, our pets thrive on proper nutrition. With the right diet this means less visits to the vet, strong bones, a healthy heart and anatomy–which in the end leads to a longer life and better quality of life. Continue reading “Is Your Dog’s Food Fit for a Canine?” »
Dogs are like kids…they need physical and mental activities to keep them healthy and out of trouble. Lack of these things for a dog, can manifest themselves in ways such as destruction of your home (chewing on furniture, shoes, peeing in the house, etc.) and aggression towards people and other dogs. Continue reading “Why Your Dog Needs a Workout” »
I’m not saying that you won’t do those things, but it seems like those are some of the common and even cliche New Year’s resolutions. And though so many of us make them, few of us seem to keep them . . . hence the cycle starts over again each year.
How about starting some new resolutions? Ones that help the environment, your doggy, and your wallet? Continue reading “Be Resolute! Will This Be the Year…?” »
I promise I’ve been good…well, maybe I chased a few squirrels and barked at the neighbors, but that’s allowed every so often. Right? In spite of the barking and squirrel chasing, I’ve been a good doggy by trying to eliminate my environmental pawprint. There are a few things on my list though that every good eco doggy needs… Continue reading “What Every Green Dog Wants for Xmas” »
The holidays are the perfect time to get that special someone a puppy . . . but before rushing off to the pet store at the mall or researching breeders, please consider rescuing a puppy (or dog). With so many families unable to care for their four-legged family members, many sweet dogs will be in shelters who would not normally be there. Save a life this holiday season! Continue reading “Rescue & Recycle! Adopt a Dog for the Holidays” »