When embarking upon making your cat's food, it's critical to understand cats are not like dogs or humans when it comes to their diet.
Should you have your dog vaccinated for Rabies? Shouldn't you? Are there legal consequences?
I just had to share the following photo. It's of Noah, a newly adopted feline of a staff member. Noah came to her in January (you might want to look at my post http://www.petsage.com/blog/the-two-personalities-of-noah) . . .
Seems I’ve been spending a lot more time on my pet food soapbox recently, so I thought I’d post a few of my most recent rants.
This is not a post about the pros or cons of vaccinations. What I’m sharing is a story of one cat to reveal a side effect or reaction to vaccines that is too often overlooked, discounted or dismissed.
“You have to be rich to own a pet,” says the client reaching into her designer clutch she’d pulled from her designer bag. This is a client who spends, by my calculations, a dollar a day for her dog’s meals, treats and supplements. Seriously, a dollar a day, fifty cents a meal?
Come join the fun this Saturday at Williams-Sonoma Old Town as I share some of my favorite pet treat recipes! Bark-for Brownies, Salmon Squares, Almond Fudge Balls, and Banana Cookies . . . just a sampling of the treats we'll be making in our first Holiday Treat Demo for Pets. From no-bake to bone-shaped and from vegetarian to meat-ladened, you'll find something your furry companion will enjoy! ~ Terri
DATE: Saturday, November 22nd
TIME: 12 Noon
LOCATION: Williams-Sonoma Old Town, (703) 836-1904
Whether it’s pet food or human food, veterinary services or your medical care, or an accessory for you or your pet, are you aware of the cause and affect you initiate when buying on price alone?
Q: I have a blue Pitty who suffers from some pretty bad allergies. Her skin is a mess and her hair is so thin that it looks like she doesn't have much. I have taken her to an allergist and she has been on a bunch of different medications (anti-fungals, steroids, antibiotics, allergy shots, etc.) and nothing works or she reacts badly to them. Currently she is on a grain free diet. We have fed her raw in chicken, beef, duck, venison, and one other meat. We give her fish oil, and have tried supplements that the allergist/dermatologist recommended. All of this is so expensive. I am desperate and don't know what else to do with her.
Founder, President, and PetSage guiding light Terri Grow offers her insights and wisdom on pet care.