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Preventing Coprophagia in Dogs

by | Monday, October 15, 2018 |

What is the dog eating!?!? It's poop! If you want a fancier, more scientific term, it's called coprophagia. This is a relatively common habit with dogs and especially with puppies. In addition to being gross, fecal consumption can also introduce some vicious internal parasites into your hapless dog’s body. Why Do Dogs Eat Poop? The most likely scenario is that the dogs are going through an oral phase and are eating anything unusual, including poop. Many dogs will grow out of this habit, but...

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Heartland Select Grain Free Dog Food Bison,Chicken & Menhaden Fish Meal Protein

by | Monday, October 8, 2018 |

Heartland Select Grain Free Dog Food Bison,Chicken & Menhaden Fish Meal ProteinGrain Free | Potato FreeOur revolutionary supplement system, Good 4 Life, includes 4 key ingredients. They work together to condition, repair and promote gut health in all animals-often improving health with the first feeding.Bio-available for your beloved pets growth and development.Humanely certified chicken.From our family to yours - family owned means we can make decisions based on what's best for your family...

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How to train your cat and what to expect

by | Monday, September 17, 2018 |

By guest blogger: Linda Matthews When you start wondering how to train your cat, this means that you want to change her behavior and that's really great. However, don't expect this task to be easy!Cats are highly independent creatures. Therefore, you can`t train your cat the same way you might train your dog. This is going to be a bit tricky.No matter whether you`re going to train a new kitten or older cat, you can influence their behavior, but only if you`re consistent and gentle.First of all,...

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Is you pet overweight?

by | Tuesday, August 21, 2018 |

Chubby puppies in all their roly-poly ways are undeniably cute, but as dogs age, lean is much healthier for them. The Association for Pet Obesity Prevention shares that 53% of adult dogs and 55% of cats in the United States are overweight or obese.When asked if their pets were overweight, 22% of dog owners and 15% of cat owners said their pet's weight was "normal" when it was overweight or obese.The normalization of obesity by pet owners is referred to as "fat pet gap" and reflects how fat...

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