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  • Rainy days got your doggo down?

    It's not easy keeping your dog stimulated and entertained when it's rainy and cold outside. Here are a couple of great ideas that we use for our pups!
  • Give your doggos a handful of blueberries and they’ll love you very much!

    Low in calories, but high in nutrients is the only way to describe blueberries! They contain high amounts of vitamin C, fiber, and phytochemicals which are linked to fighting cancer cells in humans! They are also loaded with antioxidants!! These antioxidants help fight free radicals, which can ca...
  • Why are sweet potatoes so good at getting work done? Because they’re not couch potatoes!

    Sweet potatoes are low in fat and high in vitamins A, B6, C, and potassium and iron. vitamin A is essential in maintaining healthy eyes, muscles, nerves, and skin. While vitamin C is crucial in maintaining a properly functioning immune system. Beta-carotene in sweet potatoes, is an antioxidant th...
  • I carrot about you & your doggos!

    These orange vegetables aren’t just tasty but nutritious too! For starters, these healthy treats are low in calories and low in fat! Carrots are full of vitamin A, vitamin K, potassium, and more. The mineral beta carotene gets converted into vitamin A, which is a huge component in maintaining you...
  • Let’s give ‘em pumpkin to talk about!

    The Greek word for large melon, “pepon”, was changed by the French to, “pompon”, until the English changed it to “pumpion”, where finally American colonists changed it to the word it is today.  Pumpkin is rich in nutrients and low in calories. It contains a high amount of vitamin A, potassium, vi...
  • We love all your doggos cranBERRY much!

    Did you know that cranberries were a huge staple for Native Americans back in the 1500s? But they were not commercially cultivated until 1816. These yummy berries have played a huge role in holiday traditions and family health and wellness ever since. Cranberries are rich in antioxidants and nutr...
  • Time oat!

    Oatmeal is high in fiber and has an abundance of nutrients, minerals, and antioxidants! Vitamin B, is one of the many vitamins in oatmeal, this aids in maintaining a healthy coat. Oatmeal also contains linoleic acid, which is a type of omega-6 fatty acid that helps to keep your doggos skin strong...
  • Honey, we’re home! And we’re here to stay!

    Honey, we’re home! And we’re here to stay!  What’s the buzz with honey anyways? I mean of course it tastes delicious, but what does it do for us? Specifically our doggos.  Honey is one of the most natural and powerful remedies. Humans have been enjoying honey for over 10,000 years! It was the Gre...