Tuesday, November 08, 2011

Berry Good Treats

Cranberries, raspberries, blueberries, blackberries and strawberries are very good for you dog. They are full of vitamins, natural sugars, good fiber and are loaded with antioxidants. They are also a very low in calories and a good alternative to dog treats. Being small in size they also are great for training treats for puppies.
If you dog is having trouble being hungry between meals, consider this as a alternative. Be careful to balance the quantity given due to the fiber which could cause diarrhea. Nothing is harmful about berries and they love so let them enjoy all the wonderful benefits of tasty antioxidants!

Mine personally love frozen blueberries as treats.

Sunday, February 20, 2011

Do You Know What Is In YOUR Dog Food?????


http://www.preciouspets.org/rendering.htm

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rendering_(food_processing)
http://www.rense.com/general70/dead.htm
http://www.siriusdog.com/pet-food-rendering-cvma-smith.htm

Please educate yourself about what you are feeding your animals. Rendering is a term used by plants that take in dead, decaying or even your euthanized pets to make dog food out of.
We feed our adults our homemade Poochie patties (see recipe section), raw and fresh vegis and fruits. Life Abundance is what we also feed.

Saturday, February 19, 2011

How Your Puppy Develops

*~How We Develop**


Stage 2: 2 - 4 Weeks

The puppy's eyes will open at or around the beginning of this second stage of development. His new sense of sight will be limited and very sensitive, so to avoid eye damage, care must be taken to protect him from bright lights. Despite these limitations, the puppy will now begin to recognize and interact with things in his environment, including (most importantly!) his mother and littermates. Many experts consider this the "toddler" stage of development as the puppy becomes more alert and learns to crawl, stand, and ultimately walk. With this new mobility, he will also begin to attempt to better explore his surroundings.