Your dog’s behavior in your own home is a personal thing. Your dog’s behavior in public is another matter. Whether your dog is a puppy or an older dog, they need to respect the animals, humans and space they are in. I’m not talking about behavior issues—I’m not a dog trainer, but I expect and appreciate good manners.
While we got off to a chaotic start, our Holiday Treat Class for pets ended up being more of a social gathering of friends in the kitchen.
Last Friday I had a fantastic opportunity to talk about making pet food and pet food ingredients on the Fox Morning Show with anchor, Sarah Simmons. Thanks to Sarah’s perceptive guidance,
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.
When was the last time you looked at your pet’s environment from their perspective?
Is the eating area in a non-congested place in the kitchen? Are the feeding and water bowls safe from harboring bacteria or leaching contaminants? Is the litter box or your backyard a biohazard? Could the flea products you are using be reaching toxic levels? Consider the following steps to creating a healthier home environment for your pets.
Founder, President, and PetSage guiding light Terri Grow offers her insights and wisdom on pet care.