Tips for Changing Your Pet’s Food

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Tips for Changing Your Pet’s Food

No Comments 01 September 2010

Your dog or cat seems to enjoy their current diet, but you’ve made the decision to introduce them to a healthier food (like ORGANIX or Natural Ultramix :)). What’s the best way to make this change? Here are some tips that might ease your mind and your dog or cat’s belly! First, DO IT SLOWLY. […]

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Not All Bones Are Dog Friendly

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Not All Bones Are Dog Friendly

7 Comments 18 August 2010

We owe Bruin an apology. We just returned from visiting dear friends who, amongst other points of distinction, are proud parents of Bruin, their seven-year-old adopted husky/lab/collie mix. Bruin’s summers are spent at the lake where he assumes his hunter role, stalking frogs and chipmunks. His around! Foundtion priligy online on with. The expensive lipitor […]

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Traveling with Pets

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Traveling with Pets

No Comments 20 July 2010

Summer is in full swing, and many of you probably have plans for a vacation. If you’re like me, packing is something to be done at the last possible minute, and with very little forethought or strategy. Common sense, in fact, rarely comes into play. It’s not unusual for me to discover that I have […]

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Scratching = Food Allergies?  Not Necessarily.

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Scratching = Food Allergies? Not Necessarily.

1 Comment 16 July 2010

I can’t tell you the number of times that we’ve heard, “I’m switching my dog’s food because he’s started scratching and I’ve been told he’s probably allergic to what he’s eating”. It’s almost a knee-jerk reaction. The reality is that it’s probably NOT his food. Blaming the food is certainly an easy option because the […]

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It’s Hot Out There!

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It’s Hot Out There!

1 Comment 08 July 2010

We are midway through the summer months and it’s toasty in most parts of the country. One thing that I can’t stress enough is while you’re trying to keep yourself cool – remember the family members who live with their coats on! Hot weather do’s and dont’s Do: Keep your pets inside the house, with […]

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Understanding Organic Labeling

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Understanding Organic Labeling

No Comments 05 July 2010

Recently I wrote a post about what the term “organic” really means. It’s also important to understand the labeling regulations for organic products. There are different levels of organic and each looks a bit different when it comes to the package or label for the product. 100% Organic - 100% of the ingredients are organic. […]

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Keep Pets Safe on July 4th

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Keep Pets Safe on July 4th

No Comments 03 July 2010

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What it Means to be Organic

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What it Means to be Organic

2 Comments 28 June 2010

As pet parents, we’re all looking for that “perfect” diet for our dog or cat that will help them live a longer, healthier, happier life. Today, the choices are truly overwhelming. Hundreds of formulas fill the stores calling out features that, as recently as just a few years ago, weren’t available or even considered for […]

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Have You Found a 24-Hour Vet Clinic?

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Have You Found a 24-Hour Vet Clinic?

No Comments 03 June 2010

Today’s post is very near and dear to my heart and is based on an experience I had over the Memorial Day weekend. I have a 9-year-old beagle named Parker, and for any of you who have known a beagle, you know that they are chow-hounds of the worst kind. Parker is no different. He […]

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Pet-Safe Gardens

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Pet-Safe Gardens

No Comments 25 May 2010

Across much of the country, spring has sprung, or at least is in the process of springing. I think technically it has sprung here in Portland, Oregon, though the gray, drizzly clouds that are looming outside the window don’t exactly make me want to spend the afternoon skipping through flowery fields (and probably my boss […]

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