As much as I would like to be able to feed Max only the most easily-digested wet foods, there are times when it’s just not feasible. That’s why I always have a…
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On the heels of hearing that PetSmart is buying Chewy.com for $3.35 billion (the largest e-commerce acquisition ever – slightly larger than WalMart snapping up Jet.com for 3.3 billion), we were not…
Dogs love food and are always tuned in to their stomachs. They know when it’s time for breakfast and dinner, and they hang around the kitchen hoping we’ll ‘accidentally’ drop something. Most…
Ever heard of food puzzles like the Classic Kong you fill with a healthy treat or puzzle boards that allow you to hide little treats for your furry friend? Food puzzle toys…
Have you just switched your dog from a commercial food diet to a raw dog food diet? Have you noticed loose stools and vomiting in your dog? He could be going through a detoxification period.
Detoxification happens because your dog’s body is being cleansed from its previous diet. It’s a normal part of switching. How long it lasts can vary depending on how many toxins your dog has in his system. But typically it starts within 1 to 2 days of switching to a raw food diet and lasts a few days. In some dogs, detoxification has been known to last for a few weeks, although I would advise having your dog checked by a vet if vomiting and diarrhea persists for more than a week.
“Pet Food: A Dog’s Breakfast” will premiere on Thursday, February 10th at 10pm and will repeat that evening at 1am.
The documentary will also repeat on Sunday, February 13th at 10pm.
When a major recall rocks the $16 billion dollar pet food business, pet owners and governments take notice. “Pet Food: A Dog’s Breakfast” takes you inside the industry and looks at what caused 50,000 pets to fall seriously ill in North America. “Pet Food” shows you what is being done to regulate what our dogs and cats eat and tries to answer the ultimate question, is your pet’s food safe?
Is owning a dog putting a bite on your budget? Rather than giving your family friend away, look into some ways that you can save money while still keeping your dog. We did that very thing recently in our household and here is a list of tips that I would like to share with you;
Rachael Ray’s got a contest! You have until 11:30 PM (PT) on July 30 to share your “paw-spective.”
She knows all about “Puppy Love” and understands that you want what’s best for your furry family members. That’s why Rachael teamed up with a group of pet nutrition experts to create Rachael Ray Nutrish. Rachael Ray Nutrish covers all the bases with a full line of premium dog food that
by Jane Dinunzio
Have you ever wondered why your dog’s breath or body has that distinctive “doggie smell?” It is generally caused by your dog ingesting chemicals and preservatives, rather then an all natural homemade dog food diet. Just by changing your dog’s diet, you will likely see a much healthier, more energetic and less odorous dog. I see and smell it for myself in my two Labradors
We’re all concerned that we do what’s best for our pets when it comes to buying food, right?! But sometimes it seems that the “best” dog food is simply unaffordable. So it’s nice to see that Consumer Reports has done some research and is featuring a report in the March 2009 issue of their print magazine.
While I’ll be looking forward to the reading the article when it arrives