June 29, 2016
How to Keep Your Dog Calm during Fireworks

Fireworks are synonymous with summer fun. They go right along with watermelons, the Fourth of July, and, of course, spending time with your beloved pup. While your dog will happily accompany you on many of your summer activities, he’d probably rather forgo the colorful explosions. If you don’t want Fido spending Independence Day circling your […]

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June 22, 2016
Chicken Bones and Your Dog: What You Should Know

If you’ve been following this blog, you know that I recommend cooking for your dog. Specifically, natural, wholesome food packed with healthy proteins and vegetables! But sometimes our pets love natural foods a little too much. When that pile of chicken bones marked for the trash suspiciously shrinks, your dog may be the culprit. What […]

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June 15, 2016
Protect Your Pet:  5 Warm Weather Pests to Watch Out For

Most of us pet parents will do whatever we can to avoid unnecessary health risks and keep our furry friends healthy and happy. As temperatures increase, there’s a greater possibility your cat or dog will encounter an external threat. When Fido loves to sun himself on the back deck or Ms. Kitty cannot resist prowling […]

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June 8, 2016
Homemade Dog Popsicle Recipes to Keep Your Pooch Cool

There’s no better way to chill out after a long day playing in the sun than with a cool, refreshing treat. I have news for you: your dog feels the same way! Next time you’re out throwing the Frisbee or return from a run, treat your best friend with homemade doggy popsicle recipes. These delicious […]

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June 1, 2016
How to Perform Your Dog’s Dental Exam

Home dental exams for your dog are important for overall health. If this isn’t a routine habit in your dog’s at-home care, you’re among the majority of pet owners who consider this a daunting and time-consuming task. The unpleasant chore of holding your dog down to pry apart his jaws and examine his teeth just […]

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Cheers to a Lifetime of Great Health!
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