Hardly a week or two goes by that you don’t hear of some incredible story about a pet being united with its owner… all because of the pet being “chipped”. The month of May is “Chip Your Pet Month” and I wanted to make sure you have all the facts before making a decision as to whether to “chip” your dog or not.
If your dog begins to whine, shiver, or pace around at the first sign of a thunderstorm, you probably will make the connection between the two.
I don’t think anyone wants to feel guilty, remorseful, or the regret of having their family pet, their “nice dog” bite anyone, much less a child.
Here are a few suggestions… as they say, ...
Military operations would not go as smoothly as they usually do today without our furry friends.
There are two main K9 units in the various branches of the military, the Military Working Dogs (MWDs) as well as the Multi-Purpose Canine (MPC).
The Military Working Dogs provide a variety of tasks across all service branches: law enforcement, drug detection, security, protection, explosives detection, as well as tracking.
The American Humane Society has said that pets are the happiest when they are “at home”.
Hopefully that statement will clear up any confusion about leaving your dog at someone else’s home and think of that as “pet sitting.” It’s not.
Caring for the pet IN YOUR HOME is what separates Pet Sitters from boarders, doggie daycares, or kenneling at a vets.
It’s pretty obvious the most risk to your pet are the toxic agents found around your home.
Most household and automotive cleaning products as well as some plants, foods, and other human prescriptions have been the culprit in most poisoning cases reported.
FOODS. It may come as no surprise that Chocolate is the most commonly ingested dog poison. Some other food sources that you may not know are coffee, co...
Don’t Believe the Label! Pet food companies are only required to meet the minimum standards and that is not anywhere near ‘good enough’ to keep your pet happy and healthy.
Greetings! Congratulations on your purchase of Ruff Greens! You may not realize it now, but you may have just added years to your pet’s life and given them the greatest gift any owner can give a pet, Good Health.
OK… Your Jumpstart Trail Bag of Ruff Greens should last your dog 10 to 15 days or longer, depending on how much you feed your dog daily. The purpose of this bag is NOT so you can see Great Results. Those take time. The purpose of this bag is this:
Clearly, there are benefits to feeding at least some raw food diet to your dog. Search the Internet and you will find many articles that proclaim the benefits of feeding a raw diet and just as many that claim how bad it is for your dog to feed them a raw diet. Like most arguments, the TRUTH probably falls somewhere in the middle.
There are many mistakes that can be made when starting down this Raw Road. We thought it would be helpful if we just focused on the major mistakes Pet Pare...
At Ruff Greens, our primary focus is YOUR DOG. Period. One thing we strive to do, is to give you our best advice for keeping your dog happy and healthy. In this bonus article you will learn things you may not have known (like ‘What is 4D Meat’) or if you’re like me, Things You Knew but May Have Forgotten.
We All Agree: Having a dog is a BIG responsibility and there is much to remember. So we have put together a TOP TEN list that if you just do these thi...
If your pet has a medical condition, consult your Veterinarian before use. Use only as directed. Dr. Dennis Black is a Naturopathic Doctor and not licensed to practice human or veterinary medicine in any state. *Is a 28 Day Supply for a dog up to 40 pounds. Above or below these weights, you may have to modify the amount you feed your dog.