This article is from The Bark magazine. I have subscribed to this magazine for a couple of years and enjoy it and find many excellent articles. In fact, Scooter is supposed to be in the summer issue 2017 with his smile. (picture taken ...Read More
Commercial Dog Food
By Jan Rasmusen
- 40% of dogs are obese …
- 46% of dogs and 39% of cats now die of cancer…
- Heart, kidney and liver disease are epidemic…
Like people, dogs are what they eat. Save your dog a lot of suffering, and save yourself a fortune in vet bills, by ...Read More
I’m an expert on this.
Our Boo is a really smart dog. I had him doing basic commands. Not all of the seven, but sit, walking on the leash, come, no and down. I had help from one of my daughters. When my husband wasn’t traveling ...Read More
We take our boys for walks in our neighborhood which borders a bike path and a beach on Narragansett Bay. There are a lot of people walking their dogs and our boys, especially Scooter, tends to get over excited and barks, pulls and growls. Usually ...Read More
We have never had a problem with names for our pets because since I raised Basenjis, all of our pets came with names. They were hand-me-downs that came with names. That’s not totally true. Our first two cats we named, or they told us their ...Read More
Bringing a new dog into the home is an exciting time for both you and your new pet. But there are some essentials that you’re going to want to have on hand – regardless of whether you’re bringing home a puppy or a dog that’s ...Read More
By Dr. Becker
Many pet parents look in their cabinets first to treat minor health issues in their animal companion.
There are a number of household items many people have on hand that can serve a dual purpose as health remedies. Good things to have in ...Read More