Probiotics and Pets
I have two small Yorkshire Terriers. They both eat the same food, and yet one of my dogs has stomach issues from time to time. My vet recommended that I try a probiotic and that has really helped my little guy. Here is an article I just came across talking about probiotics and pets.
Probiotics and Pets
Canine Influenza (Dog Flu)
Reports of Canine Influenza have been in our local news. The Chicago area has been affected but so far not in our neighborhoods. Here is a link to some information regarding the dog flu.
Canine Influenza Information
Fall is upon us and with that comes the annual Oktoberfest Celebrations! What a great time to head outdoors with your dog and enjoy the beautiful Fall Colors!
Wow, where did 2013 go? As we are gearing up for Holiday get togethers and celebrating family and friends, remember to keep your pets safe./http://www.petfinder.com/dogs/dog-care/holiday-pet-health-tips/ Happy 2014 to you all!
Happy Halloween to you and your pets! Here is a link to some safety tips. http://bit.ly/1aqN5yo
We want to feed our dogs the best food possible to ensure good health and longer lives. Sometimes when we think we have found the best option, we hear about dog food recalls. Unfortunately these recalls happen to the best of dog foods. There are links you can check into to see if your pet food has been recalled. You can link by clicking on the pink links.
The FDA Animal and Veterinary Recalls and Alerts Section:
The American Veterinary Medical Association:
Dog Food Advisor:
The Animal Humane Society has some good tips on how to follow up if you find your pet food has been recalled.http://www.humanesociety.org/animals/resources/facts/pet_food_safety.html
Happy Thanksgiving! If your dogs are like my dogs, they will perk up their ears and focus on the great Turkey Day food smells coming from your kitchen. While a little Turkey doesn't hurt on a special occasion, it's good to know that Turkey skin is not good for your dog. Other foods you should not feed your dog are: Cooked Bones, Onion and Garlic, Alcohol, Nuts, Nutmeg, Sage and Chocolate. Also, remember to keep grapes and sugar free gum away from your dogs as these foods are toxic. Have a wonderful holiday week and keep those pets healthy! Enjoy
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