Listen to "How To Choose A Better Kibble" on Spreaker. General Tips: ALWAYS flip over the bag and read the full ingredient list. Do not rely on the front advertising panel to tell you what is in the food. Know that more expensive food does not necessarily mean that it is higher quality. Quality kibble … Continue reading How to Choose A Better Kibble
Listen to "How To Treat Diarrhea in Dogs" on Spreaker. Today I’m going to talk about some home remedies for curing your dog’s diarrhea. You probably already have some of these things in your kitchen, and I’m going to tell you about a few products I keep on hand to help my dogs get over … Continue reading Natural Cures for Your Dog’s Diarrhea
Collars are useful for identification and an adorable accessory for your pet but are they safe?
Anyone who knows me knows that I am a cleaning freak. Keeping things clean and today in a house full of dogs & cats is easier said than done. Today I'm going to share my top 5 cleaning tools that help me keep pet hair & mess under control at all times. 1. Dyson Corded … Continue reading Best Cleaning Products for Pet Owners
Vitamin C is one of the most popular and readily available supplements on the human market. The question is, how can it benefit our canine companions?
Listen to "5 Scary Things That Happen When You Feed Your Dog or Cat Raw Food" on Spreaker." When you transition from feeding your dog kibble to feedinga raw food diet to your pet, there are a few changes you may notice. Here are the most common "scary" side effects that can happen when you … Continue reading 5 Scary Things That Happen When You Start Feeding Your Dog or Cat Raw Food
Seventy percent (or more) of your dog's immune system is housed in their gastrointestinal tract, therefore, keeping it healthy is essential to your pet's well-being. Leaky gut is difficult to diagnose because it involves trauma to the mucosa of the gastrointestinal tract. Unlike an external injury, leaky gut is best diagnosed through its symptoms which … Continue reading Leaky Gut
What are Seasonal Allergies? Today we are going to discuss seasonal allergies in your dog or cat. First, let's clear up something up–what is the difference between seasonal and environmental allergies? Environmental allergies refer to the fact that dogs can react negatively to anything in their environment including pollens, grasses, laundry detergent, floor cleaners, fertilizers, etc. … Continue reading Treating Your Pet’s Seasonal Allergies
Food sensitivities are commonly mislabelled "allergies, " but allergies and sensitivities actually elicit very different responses from the immune system. Food allergies are "quite rare" according to Dr. Jean Dodds, and a true food allergy will "reflect a more immediate immunological response" (source). Anaphylaxis is often the result of an allergic response. An allergen (e.g., bee … Continue reading Food Allergies & Your Pet