By Chelsea Kent Did you know that Wrestlers train for the Olympics by brushing the teeth of dogs and cats? And that the Dali Lama learns patience the same way? Ok, not really, but we all know how complicated and frustrating it can be to accomplish the feat of brushing animals’ teeth. Not only that […]
Have you ever wondered why your vet says raw food isn't safe?
Want to know how a "Prescription Food" works & what makes it "Prescription"?
Need a list of "Hot" and "Cold" foods and conditions?
Want to know which food is healthiest for your pet?
Have you ever wondered about the health and safety of synthetic vitamins & minerals?
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What are the pro's and con's of vaccinations and heart-worm medication?
What's a titer test and how will it affect my pet?
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Thank you to everyone for caring so much about Deezel. Today we were shocked and confused to find out that someone has mistakenly reported us to the state as abusers of Deezel. We have put so much time, effort, nurturing care and resources into trying to help this little guy out. And we also care […]
Written by Jan on March 25, 2014 – 10:41 pm Reposted with permission from Truth4Dogs Crash test dog dummy launching when safety harness breaks You’re a good doggy parent. When traveling by car, your dog rides in the back seat for safety, as dogs and children should. You always buckle-in your medium-size or large dog using a […]
by Our New Blog Contributer: Ron Rutherford Puppies can get into seemingly endless amounts of trouble and many of their exploits include eating things they shouldn’t. If you have one, there’s a high probability that you’ve had to pry some inedible object out of his jaws. Or perhaps you’ve realized with horror that it’s too […]
This week my TMI post is a particularly ranty rant, so I want to tell you about something really awful that happened to me once, so you’ll understand why this is such a touchy subject for me, and why I wont recommend flexi-leads in the store. The first dog I ever had that was “my” […]
an article written by Nicole Neu-Yagle The cat, Felis sylvestris catus, is an obligate carnivore that has evolved in a desert environment. Evidence of this can be found in archaeological records, and can be noted from their inability to synthesis taurine (found in raw, fresh meat) and a lack of a strong thirst drive coupled […]
Get into your cozy chair with your sweat pants on… We are going to take a trip back in time to learn about life before kibble, and find out why exactly your vet might not be the most reliable source for your pet’s nutritional information. Think Nutritionist VS Doctor. Think Brain Surgeon VS Orthopedic Surgeon…Think […]
Yer doin’ it right, Chipotle! Chipotle launched a four part satire called “Farmed and Dangerous” on Hulu, poking fun at the “outrageously twisted and utterly unsustainable world of industrial agriculture.” I was expecting it to be kind of a food documentary with a comedian as a host, or something lame like that. But, it’s actually […]
Genetically Modified Organisms, or more commonly known as GMO’s, have been raising both concerns and eyebrows the last few years. They are a large problem for not only pet foods, but for the human food industry as well. Below is an article written by one of our contributing writers about the dangers of GMO foods. […]
How to get ideal results out of dehydrated food samples: The Honest Kitchen Perfect Form prevents diarrhea during sampling or transitioning to new foods. The product is available in 5.5oz tins. It is inexpensive and incredibly effective. Important points to remember: Consistency makes a big difference. The first time you make a sample it may […]