Healthy Dog Bowls

There might be some out there who forget, but do you ever realize how dirty your dogs food and water bowls can get?Your dogs get fed in those bowls and drink water from them daily. Over time of filling those bowls with dry, wet or a mix of dry and wet food, bacteria rapidly grows especially if you feed raw. Along with bacteria, mold can grow and that is a HUGE no no to anybody's health.Just think about it...... Cleaning Tips: Hand Cleaning with soap or placing the bowls in a dishwasher or soaking it for about 10 minutes once a week in a solution of one part bleach to one part water. Always rinse well and let fully dry. So just a nice reminder to CLEAN THOSE BOWLS!!! Weekly basis is good or

Bad humans foods for dogs

What human foods are bad for my dog? If you like to share your food with your dog, there's nothing wrong with that. Its nice to make them "feel" apart of the family. However some foods are very harmful to your four-legged beggars. Foods NOT to give you dog and WHY: Avocado - The leaves, seeds, fruit, and bark contain persin, which can cause vomiting and diarrhea. Bones from fish - Can cause obstruction or laceration of the digestive system. Cooked/Baked Poultry, or other meat sources - Can cause obstruction or laceration of the digestive system. Chocolate, Coffee, Tea, and other caffeine - Contain caffeine, theobromine, or theophylline, which can cause vomiting and diarrhea and be toxic to t

Diggin' Dogs

Dogs digging........ It's a very common thing for canines to dig especially for hunting/retriever breeds such as ALL Retriever breeds, Hounds, Beagles, Pointers, Spaniels, Terriers, etc. It's in their DNA to dig. Its their JOB to hunt, find and retrieve to satisfy their pack leader, YOU. If you don't have a working breed then other reasons play into WHY they are digging. Boredom, Cooling or Warming, the scent of fertilizer, making a den, escaping, storing food or items (hoarding), and the biggest one ATTENTION. To first solve this dilemma you must observe your dog digging. How, where, when, and what. HOW is your dog digging? Is it in one place like under the fence or in the middle of the yar

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