Pet Health Record Book
Keeping Pet Health Records is so important, not just the first few months, but at each stage of your dog’s life.
This innovative wellness book includes Pet Health Record Charts as well as well as Resources and Training Tips to help keep your dog healthy, happy, and safe. That’s what “wellness” is all about! It’s the perfect gift to add to your new puppy checklist!
Bring it with you to each vet visit. It will help you stay organized as you care for your dog at each stage of his life! —46 pages, 5.5 x 8.5 Continue reading
Do you need pet insurance? Yes, no, maybe, not sure . . .
With so many pet insurance companies to choose from, I thought I share a wonderful site (consumeraffairs.com) which compares the top ten pet insurance providers. Continue reading
We’ve all heard it said that “Knowledge is Power!” In light of the Canine Influenza outbreak in some parts of the United States, I wholeheartedly agree, and it’s time to fight back!
BEWARE of Rawhide chews! They’re possibly the most dangerous pet chew ever created!
Who needs a little wisdom for the New year?
I’d sure love a little extra wisdom to start off the year on the right foot! So I was delighted to find this adorable image online (photo credit unknown), packed with dog wisdom and inspirational quotes courtesy of our beloved canine companions.
Best wishes for the New Year, to you and your beloved canine companions!
Joyfully yours, Leila Grandemange
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Greetings, from My Beloved Dogs!
This week I’d like to share a wonderful video by Zak George’s Dog Training Evolution called—“How to Introduce your Puppy to Other Dogs”.
It’s all about the benefits of Doggie Day Care. Continue reading
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2016 Jean Dodds Vaccination Protocol for Dogs
The following vaccine protocol is offered by Dr. Jean Dodds for those dogs where minimal vaccinations are advisable or desirable— (read full article below).
Greetings fellow dog enthusiasts! Today I’ll be sharing an article on Pet Obesity from the Pet Health Network, written by Jason Carr, Pet Network Managing Editor.
Some people might look at an overweight pet and say, “oh, how cute.” While it’s true that any pet can be cute, pet obesity is not healthy and will ultimately lower a pet’s life expectancy. Here are 5 reasons why pet obesity is a big concern. If you think your pet might be overweight, talk with your veterinarian.
Read full article by clicking on the link below. Enjoy!
Five Reasons Why Pet Obesity is a Big Deal
Blessings and best wishes to you and your beloved pets!