“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?
Once again the FDA has issued a warning to not feed a raw food diet to your cat or dog. The foundation for their argument is the risk of pathogen contamination to you and your pet.
Many clients aren't aware of the services we offer. Instead of listing, I thought I’d share a day that demonstrated our range.
On my flight to the American Holistic Veterinary Medical Conference in August, this muddy face broke the ice with the stranger seated next to me and I got to talk about one of my favorite topics: pet nutrition.
Standing in line at the grocery store watching customers purchase dry, bargain brand cat or dog food is very hard for me. All I want to do is grab the bag and start explaining the health risks they are taking home to their companion.
Founder, President, and PetSage guiding light Terri Grow offers her insights and wisdom on pet care.