My Raw Dog Food Recipe

April 15, 2018

I don’t share this with just anybody (haha), but here’s the recipe I use for my Penny, an 11-year old Beagle who is allergic to beef.

Mix together 3 pounds ground turkey, 4 – 6 cans drained tuna, 1 large can drained sweet potatoes, and 1/2 – 1 cup uncooked oatmeal. That’s all there is to it. It provides all of the basic nutrients, but may be a little low on calcium, so I let her have the shell whenever I use an egg. Bones are out because they typically come from cows, i.e. beef. [Read more]

Is a raw diet dangerous?

April 14, 2018

Assorted Raw MeatsI have recently switched my dog to a raw diet because she needs limited ingredients due to food allergies. (Check back tomorrow for my recipe.) Overall, I think it’s beneficial to her, but I recently read an article where it said the diet could be dangerous for me, as her caretaker. [Read more]

Peanut Butter Homemade Dog Treats

April 13, 2018

puppy and dog food, cookies in a bone formAfter recently discovering that my Beagle, Penny, is allergic to beef, I’ve taken her off all commercial foods, but I’ve felt bad because I don’t have any treats to give her. Then I stumbled across this recipe from a blog named Spaceships and Laser Beams: [Read more]

DOG FOOD RECALL: Gravy Train®, Kibbles ‘N Bits®, Ol’ Roy®, and Skippy® Canned Wet Dog Food

February 18, 2018

KibblesFrom the JM Smucker company: The J.M. Smucker Company has initiated a voluntary product withdrawal of specific shipments of Gravy Train®, Kibbles ‘N Bits®, Ol’ Roy®, and Skippy® canned/wet dog food because they do not meet its quality specifications due to the presence of extremely low levels of pentobarbital. [Read more]

What was Removed from an Oklahoma Dog’s Stomach?

December 11, 2017

Binkie stashAny of you parents out there know what these are? They were recently removed from the stomach of a dog in Edmond, Oklahoma. [Read more]

Top Five Dog Friendly Fruits

July 19, 2017

Summer Refreshment - Fruit SaladThe good folks at The Farmer’s Dog suggest adding fruit to your dog’s diet so Fido can reap the same health benefits you do while enjoying a fresh-from-the-garden (or orchard) snack! What’s safe to give them? Check out this top five list of fruits your dog can enjoy with you.

Apples – Packed with fiber and vitamins A and C, an occasional apple is a great way to add extra nutrients to your dog’s diet. In addition, their low protein and fat content makes them the perfect snack for senior dogs. Always remove the seeds and core before offering them up to your pup, as apple seeds contain cyanide and can have poisonous effects on your dog if consumed regularly over time. [Read more]

Friday Funny: Sky Raisins

July 14, 2017

sky raisins

Happy weekend!

Until next time,
Good day, and good dog!

How are dogs like potato chips?

July 11, 2017

Viszla chipsA meme featuring Vizslas…you knew I’d be all over that!

Until next time,
Good day, and good dog!

Tuesday Top Ten: Worst Wet Dog Foods

April 25, 2017

bad wet food

This is the last in our series about dog food tests done by the Clean Label Project. See the top ten best dry brands, worst dry brands, and the best wet brands.

Here are the worst wet brands, based on the high amount of impurities and downright dangerous toxins: [Read more]

Tuesday Top Ten: Best Wet Dog Foods

April 18, 2017

Wet Food For Dogs And Cats In Silver Bowl

Continuing with our series about dog food tests done by the Clean Label Project. See the top ten best dry brands and worst dry brands.

Here are the best wet brands, based on the low amount of impurities and downright dangerous toxins: [Read more]

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