[Hey! There are TWO MORE OF US over here! Share the wealth, willya?] ~ ~ ~ “Dear C.O., we need a new Rule: ‘Piiiiinnnk Tongues make me faint with cuteness!’ Evidence: my 3 guinea piggies (L-R Pinky, Caramelitta & Pepper) showing you perfectly pink tongues.” -Best regards, Melina.
“Beans! If you want Weenies with that you’re gonna have to go to Safeway!” “Hi C.O., this is Anise, aka Annie, Annabelle, Annie-Belly, Bananabelle, and Princess Paws. She think she should be a paw model, so we thought we’d go big or go home with a C.O. Toesday submission. Annie is a 3 year old rescue kitty who loves checking out C.O. with her brother Mac and mom (me.) Thanks for your consideration! More to come! Best, Rachel A.”
The post Let’s Talk Spices for Dogs — What Spices Are Safe for Dogs? by Diana Laverdure-Dunetz, MS appeared first on Dogster. Copying over entire articles infringes on copyright laws. You may not be aware of it, but all of these articles were assigned, contracted and paid for, so they aren’t considered public domain. However, we appreciate that you like the article and would love it if you continued sharing just the first paragraph of an article, then linking out to the rest of the piece on Dogster.com. I love cooking with spices so much that my collection of aromatic little bottles has overtaken an entire shelf in my kitchen pantry. In addition to supplying unique flavors and aromas to my dishes, I love that spices may contain medicinal properties. Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) has harnessed the healing power of plants for thousands of years — an entire aspect of
Over the past couple years we’ve been hearing rave reviews about deer antlers for dogs. If you have a Labrador Retriever or Golden Retriever in your house then you probably run into some of the same issues we do with Dublin, our yellow lab, Stetson, our black lab, or Raven, our Golden Retriever. Those three […] The post Are Deer Antlers For Dogs A Good Chew Toy? appeared first on Puppy In Training.
Have you ever wondered… Question: How much does a service dog cost? Answer: $25,000 is the total cost to raise and train a service dog including acquiring, training, placing, providing support, vet bills, food, supplies, and other miscellaneous expenses. That’s the quick and dirty answer. If you want to see the details then read on… […] The post How Much Does A Service Dog Cost? appeared first on Puppy In Training.