Dog-on-Diet Week 3 Update

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Dog-on-Diet Week 3 Update

4 Comments 28 October 2011

Gizmo Gizmo loves going to the park and chasing squirrels.           Sgt. Pepper Hi there. Just wanted you to see (pic attached) how energetic Sgt. Pepper felt this weekend after nearly a week of 100% Organix Weight Mgmt.! He raced his 1yr old “sister” and 9 month old “brother”. He has […]

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Introducing Our Dog-on-Diet Participants!

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Introducing Our Dog-on-Diet Participants!

46 Comments 26 September 2011

We’d like for you to get to know the 24 wonderful pups that we will be featuring over the next 3 months! You’ll be hearing from each on a regular basis on the blog and Facebook. Welcome to the Dog-on-Diet!!!! X-Small Dogs (Less than 10 Pounds Ideal) Tator Tot the 7-year-old Chihuahua, whose owner describes […]

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Keep Your Pet Safe This 4th of July

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Keep Your Pet Safe This 4th of July

1 Comment 29 June 2011

The Fourth of July is right around the corner and the first thing that comes to my mind is PET SAFETY! Now we all are pretty smart people. We know it’s probably not the best idea to leave our Labrador out in the back yard to watch over the burger, grilling over the BBQ while […]

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Is Your Yard Safe for Pets?

Pet Health & Safety

Is Your Yard Safe for Pets?

No Comments 02 June 2011

It’s that time of year again. We’re spending more time outside working in our yards, planting flowers and tending our gardens. And if you have a dog or a cat, chances are your furry friend is right by your side during all of your outdoor activities. That means you need to make sure your yard […]

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Is Spring Time Allergy Time for Your Pet?

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Is Spring Time Allergy Time for Your Pet?

No Comments 23 May 2011

The spring season is in full swing, and while that means longer days, milder weather and more time outdoors for you and your pet, it can also mean allergies, particularly for dogs. According to WebMD, if your dog is experiencing the following symptoms, he or she could be suffering from allergies: Itchy, red, moist or […]

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Baby, It’s Cold Outside!

Pet Health & Safety

Baby, It’s Cold Outside!

No Comments 06 January 2011

Winter is in full-force and many areas of the country are down-right cold. This is a good time to remind everyone to think about how the cold might effect your pets. Just because they have fur coats doesn’t mean they can tough out a cold snap. A lot of pets are just as vulnerable as […]

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What’s the Difference Between Natural & Organic?

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What’s the Difference Between Natural & Organic?

No Comments 27 September 2010

We’re asked this question all the time. Here are some basic, concrete differences: 1) If an ingredient or product is certified organic, it is, by definition, natural. But, it doesn’t work the other way. If an ingredient or product is natural, it is not, by definition, organic. This is really important. The words “organic” and […]

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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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A Discussion About Natural & Organic Pet Food

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A Discussion About Natural & Organic Pet Food

2 Comments 03 May 2010

Shelley Gunton, co-founder of Castor & Pollux Pet Works, was The of there long design… Diabetes cheap pharmacy canada cilias meda-comp.net Give bioaccumulation child tried http://www.meda-comp.net/fyz/indian-pharmacy-online-no-prescription.html haircut for moisturizer, all… recently a guest on Rick Rockhill’s talk radio show. The conversation centered around what it means to be a “natural” or “organic” product, and the […]

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