By Amy Wence We’ve all heard the old myth not to feed tablescraps or “people food” to our dogs. While thereare table scraps and “people foods” that can bedangerous to dogs, there are also many that arebeneficial for them. Wholesome, fresh foods can bea healthy addition to your dog’s diet.
By Jennifer Lueck The topic of whether animals have emotions is surprisingly controversial. It may be hard to believe, but some veterinarians, scientists and philosophers still argue that only humans have emotions. In the introduction to For the Love of a Dog, Patricia McConnell explains her thoughts on the subject:
By Kerry Andersen Thanks to the bitter cold Wisconsin winter, most of us haven’t given much thought to flea prevention over the past few months. However, with flea season soon upon us, now is a good time to remind ourselves why flea prevention is so important. Brush up on your
By Amy Wence I started adding Grizzly Salmon Oil to my dogs’ diets about a year ago. After using this supplement for a couple of months, I noticed that my dogs looked healthier. I couldn’t believe that I was actually able to see a difference just by adding this supplement
By Amy Wence With all the brands of commercial dog food out there, it can be tricky knowing which one to choose. They all claim to be healthy and nutritionally complete, so how do you weed out the good from the bad? Unfortunately, there are a lot of low grade
By Laura Yurchak Pill Pockets – Made by Greenies, manufactured in North Kansas City, Missouri. Do you have a pet that you just hate to give pills to? Well fret no more. Greenies makes the Pill Pockets treat. The pill pockets contain a built-in pouch suited for hiding a pill/capsule.
By Jennifer Lueck Below is a chart listing some of the items available for grinding dog (and cat) nails. For the sake of consistency, I used Amazon.com’s pricing. You may find better (or worse) pricing at other on-line or local retailers. *Prices are from Amazon.com. Shipping and handling rates apply