Summer Flea & Tick Season is Upon Us!

How to protect your dog from flea & tick season, according to a veterinarian…a few things to consider… courtesy of: Adrianna Barrionuevo Yahoo Lifestyle•May 27, 2019 If you have a furry friend, now’s the time to brush up on the … Read More

3 Most Common and Preventable Canine Maladies

With simple observation and proactive management, you can prevent the three conditions that most frequently compromise dogs’ quality of life. By Nancy Kerns There are innumerable exotic diseases and bizarre injuries that can potentially afflict any individual dog, but, sadly, the … Read More

First-Time Pet Owners! Great info here for you!

First-Time Pet Owners: How to Bond With Your Animal Becoming a pet owner is a big responsibility, not just because your animal will look to you for all his needs, but because there are so many details to think about. … Read More

What Vegetables Can Dogs Eat?

Vegetables can be a great addition to your dog’s diet if you stick to those that are safe and hand out an appropriate amount. By Wendy Newell As omnivores, dogs can digest plants as well as meat. Many nutritionists believe … Read More

DOG LESSONS FOR PEOPLE

Dog Lessons for People Enjoy the simple pleasures of a walk. Follow your instincts. Never underestimate the value of a belly rub. Be loyal and faithful. Always drink plenty of water. Sometimes it is best to just sit close and … Read More

Can’t talk about this enough! …take a look!

Dear Fellow Dog Lover — the dirty truth about how top-selling dog foods could actually be harming your dog’s health! You want the best for your dog – especially when it comes to his food. You read labels and try … Read More

Pukka’s Promise

“Packed with important, surprising information; with wisdom, compassion, and love.” —Dean Koontz From the best-selling author who offers “the most utterly compelling translation of dog to human I have ever seen” (Jeffrey Masson), a joyful chronicle of a dog that … Read More

We Are What We Eat! Dogs too!

Dear Fellow Dog Lover, You want the best for your dog – especially when it comes to his food. You read labels and try to choose the brand and formula that will nourish your furry friend. That’s why you’ll be … Read More

Inside Animal Minds…What they think, feel and know…

Thanks to careful observations, clever experiments, and open-mindedness toward what they might find, scientists are learning new and extraordinary things about the minds of animals, from cats and dogs to wild animals like endangered Bengal tigers.  Our pets are everyday … Read More

Are You Inadvertently Poisoning Your Dog?

  The headlines are scary – “more dog food recalls”. It makes you afraid to buy commercial dog food, and maybe you should be. After all, your dog is a member of the family, why should she eat food laden … Read More

Three Conditions We Can Prevent and Manage!

The 3 Most Common and Preventable Canine Maladies With simple observation and proactive management, you can prevent the three conditions that most frequently compromise dogs’ quality of life. By Nancy Kerns There are innumerable exotic diseases and bizarre injuries that can … Read More

Leash Aggression

“Leash Aggression” – Why otherwise friendly dogs may behave aggressively when on-leash If you hang around with other dog owners, you’ve no doubt heard the same comment I have, over and over again: “My dog is fine with other dogs … Read More

Let’s Go For a Walk!

We’ve all heard the saying, “a tired dog is a good dog,” but more isn’t always better when it comes to physical activity. If you’re trying to use exercise to help your dog relax the rest of the day, walking … Read More

Simple Skills for Successful Training

Dog training is not a mysterious skill known only to a few; most dog owners, with a little help, can become successful dog trainers. Here are some skills that will make your training easier: * Know what you want your … Read More

Top Ten Health Warning Signs

There are several health warning signs that may appear as a dog ages. Frequently these signs go unnoticed. Here are the ten most important changes to watch for as warning signs for potential health problems or disease processes. Note that … Read More

Kittens and Play

Kittens love to play and this provides much more than just simple pleasure to a young developing cat. Play involves the use of all the muscles in the body, and aids strong, healthy growth and development. Two kittens will happily … Read More

Nature’s Embrace Aromatherapy

Natural Shine Shampoo For excellent dog grooming, deep cleaning, gentle and non-drying. Rinses easily. Incredible shine. Exfoliates, deodorizes, brings balance to dry and oily skin. Powerful plant essences kill fleas and mites without pesticides. No Sodium Lauryl Sulfate or perfumes. … Read More

Ultra Oil For Pets – Mother Nature’s Gift

Ultra Oil Skin and Coat Supplement for your pet’s healthy skin and a shining coat is a pure gift from Mother Nature designed to alleviate the flaky skin, itching and excessive scratching that can result from deficiencies in your pet’s … Read More