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Daylight Savings Sale 2017

Posted by on Mar 10, 2017 in Dog News The Latest Poop, Featured, Natural Dog Product Reviews | 0 comments

Daylight Savings Sale 2017

Daylight Savings Sale!   Save $20 + Free Shipping on orders $99+ with code DAYLIGHT20   OR Save $10 + Free Shipping on orders $69+ with code DAYLIGHT10  Follow ShareSubscribe: Share this:Like this:Like...

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Detoxing Your Dog Naturally

Posted by on Mar 9, 2017 in Dog News The Latest Poop, Featured | 0 comments

Detoxing Your Dog Naturally

Detoxing Your Dog Naturally   In an ideal world and situation and if our pets were truly living ABOVE the wellness line, toxins would be rounded up so to speak and pumped through the eliminative organs (the liver, kidneys, lungs, intestines, and skin) and then eliminated from the body. In the short run however, we […]

Detoxing Your Dog Naturally   In an ideal world and situation and if our pets were truly living ABOVE the wellness line, toxins would be rounded up so to speak and pumped through the eliminative organs (the liver, kidneys, lungs, intestines, and skin) and then eliminated from the body. In the short run however, we do not live in a perfect world and our dog’s bodies react to toxins much like our human bodies do: the immune system ramps up processes like inflammation, mucus production, diarrhea, etc. to help an army of cells to resolve the problem and purge the offending...

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Ten Years Later – Pet Food Recalls Continue

Posted by on Feb 15, 2017 in Dog News The Latest Poop, Featured, Pet food recalls | Comments Off on Ten Years Later – Pet Food Recalls Continue

Ten Years Later – Pet Food Recalls Continue

Here we go again!  Ten Years Later – Pet Food Recalls Continue! It was on March 15, 2007, that the FDA announced that they had learned that certain pet foods were sickening and killing cats and dogs. Thy found contaminants in vegetable proteins imported into the United States from China and used as ingredients in […]

Here we go again!  Ten Years Later – Pet Food Recalls Continue! It was on March 15, 2007, that the FDA announced that they had learned that certain pet foods were sickening and killing cats and dogs. Thy found contaminants in vegetable proteins imported into the United States from China and used as ingredients in pet food. A portion of the tainted pet food had been used to produce farm animal feed and farmed fish feed. Both the FDA and the U.S. Department of Agriculture discovered that some of the animals that ate the tainted feed had been processed into either human food or pet food....

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Well Exercised Dogs Are Smarter

Posted by on Jan 30, 2017 in Dog Intelligence, Featured, What Makes Dog's Tick?, Working With Dogs | Comments Off on Well Exercised Dogs Are Smarter

Well Exercised Dogs Are Smarter

“A strong body makes the mind strong…” ~ Thomas Jefferson   Exercise not only develops a strong cardiovascular system and strengthen bones but is can stimulate brain growth!   Not just in humans, but in our dogs! Anthropologist David A. Raichlen from the University of Arizona led out in research whose findings suggested that exercise […]

“A strong body makes the mind strong…” ~ Thomas Jefferson   Exercise not only develops a strong cardiovascular system and strengthen bones but is can stimulate brain growth!   Not just in humans, but in our dogs! Anthropologist David A. Raichlen from the University of Arizona led out in research whose findings suggested that exercise helps the brain to grow, and boosts the body’s production of neurotrophins – chemicals that build and maintain brain cells.  He tested dogs, ferrets and humans in the research. In another study comparing brains of two groups of mice,...

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Indoor Winter Games for Dogs

Posted by on Jan 18, 2017 in Dog Intelligence, Featured, What Makes Dog's Tick?, Working With Dogs | Comments Off on Indoor Winter Games for Dogs

Indoor Winter Games for Dogs

With winter in full swing and most of the nation getting snow if not rain, our dogs are spending much more time indoors just as we are. However,  please don’t let the wet and cold weather hamper your dog’s fun. Dogs who don’t engage in a lot of play suffer from behavioral issues such as […]

With winter in full swing and most of the nation getting snow if not rain, our dogs are spending much more time indoors just as we are. However,  please don’t let the wet and cold weather hamper your dog’s fun. Dogs who don’t engage in a lot of play suffer from behavioral issues such as anxiety and aggression.  Let’s not allow this to happen with our dogs just because we can’t take them for a walk or have regular play time outside in the Winter. Have you read about the 2014 studies that found a correlation between interactive play and a dogs well-being? I have found...

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