Jerri Townsend is a dog lover and has used the recipes found in the Dog Food Secrets program. This program improved her dog's health, energy and appearance (not to mention he smells better too).
Homemade dog food is healthier than most dog foods sold at grocery stores. Fortunately, dogs eat pretty much anything you put in front of them, so they won’t balk at seeing healthy items such as green peas or carrots in their bowl. If only they could teach kids how to appreciate such items. Store-Bought Dog [...]
We have a 70-pound German Shepherd/Beagle mix. He’s not a huge dog but large enough so that when he smells bad it’s easy to pinpoint the source. We bathe him on a regular basis, which usually means every other month in the winter and more frequently in the summer. There are, of course, those occasions [...]
Whether or not you know what BHA, BHT and ethoxyquin are, they do not sound like appetizing items to be found in food. BHA which stands for butylated hydroxyanisole, BHT is the abbreviation for butylated hydroxtoluene and ethoxyquin are all food preservatives. These preservatives extend the shelf life of the dog food commonly found in [...]
Some commercial dog treats contain ingredients that are not necessarily healthy for your dog. Because the dog treats must stand the test of time on the grocery store shelf, they have preservatives. Those very same preservatives that keep the food from spoiling can contribute to long term health issues in your dog. To combat the [...]
Our pets are a reflection of our lifestyle. Families that stay in shape, maintain optimum weight and eat a healthy diet have dogs that stay in shape, get adequate exercise and eat a healthy diet. Unfortunately, such families and dogs are becoming fewer and further between. Chubby Dogs in a Microwave Society Dogs are suffering [...]
If you feed your dog commercial dog food, there’s no doubt that you heard the recommendation to slowly transition your dog from one brand of dog food to anther. The slow transition is recommended to avoid symptoms such as constipation and bowl discomfort. It “allows the dog’s system” to get used to the new dog [...]
It’s heart breaking to watch your dog itch and suffer from a dry skin condition. Unfortunately, because of lack of awareness, many dog owners rush their dog to the vet in search of the cause for their dog’s dry skin. A dog’s dry skin is blamed on the weather, too much shampooing, the ingredients in [...]