We received an inquiry recently that is all to familiar to us: sorry about the short notice but sitter we had lined up has a domestic emergency. Whilst I support owner/operated pet care services as there is always a place in the market for them – you have to consider the above. If your sitter [...]
Pet owners treat their pets as cuddling little creatures. Pets are no doubt lovable animals and occupy a lot of place in the hearts of their owners. However, although pet owners are fully willing to take very good care of their ducky animals, they often fail to achieve this because of they lack expertise. No [...]
With thanks Lisa Fimberg ( source ) While dogs are known for being friendly and affectionate, our lovely feline friends are sometimes known as being aloof. But, that is hardly the truth. There are tons of affectionate cats out there. Some cats are vocal and outgoing, while other cat’s demonstration of affection can be a little more [...]
Having a pet sitter who does it full time is very important. Think about it, would you want a part time doctor taking care of your health in a rush on their lunch break from their “other” job? How much time and attention do you think you will get? How much thought do you think [...]
The following was written by a Vitaly Grinblat (Editor, Magnetic Sponsoring Newsletter)…. You see, over the last year or so, I’ve really begun to look at food and nutrition in a way I’ve never looked at it before. I’ve always kind of silently snickered at the “health nuts” (like one of my health obsessed cousins)… until I [...]
Did you know that when your dog is fed an inappropriate diet, it can lead to a damaged gut wall ? [ Guest Blog Post by Lyndall P from Canine Vitality ]
Morning doggie lovers, Did you know that when your dog is fed an inappropriate diet, it can lead to a damaged gut wall ? Damage in the gut wall leads to increased permeability and what is known as a “leaky” gut. There are 3 main causes of this ‘leaky gut’ condition in our pets… Incorrect [...]
Dog food grains. Canine allergies. Could they be related? Well, in a word, maybe. Please read the original articles ( Part 1 here ) and ( Part 2 Here ) These articles will make you think twice about how the REAL cost of that kibble (or dry dog food) you’re feeding your pets. The following [...]
Yeast infections and how they can mimic your dog’s ‘allergy’ problem | Author: Lyndall – Canine Vitality – Dog Nutritionist
by Lyndall – Canine Vitality (Dog Nutritionist) Morning doggie lovers, just some info today regarding yeast infections and how they can mimic your dog’s ‘allergy’ problem. Let me know your thoughts by posting a comment below Yeast infections are becoming very common in dogs and can often be confused with skin allergies, as many of [...]
READ THE ORIGINAL FACEBOOK POST HERE Pam Harris asked me to provide some more info on these as her dog currently has one. Lipomas are benign fatty growths that lie under the skin. These are quite common in dogs and can occur in any dog. There is however, a link between the way that your [...]
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