Top Health and Personality Traits of 6 Popular Small Dog Breeds

Posted September 12, 2018 In Dogs

Welcome to part two of our summer series that reveals key characteristics of specific small dog breeds. In these pages, you’ll discover health and wellness info to help you better care for your fur friend. Whether you’re curious about key facets of their personality, potential health complications, or ways to support their diet and style …

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Most Overlooked Fall Horse Prep To-dos

Posted September 04, 2018 In Horses

Fall has many splendor things: Fantastic foliage and long horseback rides at near perfect temps, to name a few. Before you can enjoy fall in full, you’ll need to complete a little advanced preparation.

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Top Health and Personality Traits of 6 Popular Large Dog Breeds

Posted August 30, 2018 In Dogs

Welcome to part one of our summer series that investigates the defining characteristics of certain special dog breeds. Here you’ll find health and wellness info on everything from personality traits and health complications to dietary needs and grooming practices.

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How to Safely Transition to a New Dog Food

Posted August 07, 2018 In Dogs

“Variety is the spice of life,” said no dog ever. At least not when it comes to food. In fact, constantly changing up the dinner menu is likely to result in a digestive upset. Still, there are times when a new food is necessary. Just not all at once.

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Grain Free and Taurine

Posted August 01, 2018 In Dogs

For the past decade, one of the fastest growing trends in the pet food industry has been the “grain-free” diet. These diets do not include corn, soy, and wheat, which are often seen as the “bad guys” by some pet parents.  However, recently some dogs fed “grain-free” diets containing mainly potatoes, peas, lentils, and other …

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3rd Annual Dog Days of Summer Photo Contest Recap

Posted July 26, 2018 In Dogs

Every dog has its day in the sun, and we have the photos to prove it. In Texas, summer is in full tilt with triple digit temps to boot. If just a mere mention of the weather forecast has you sweating, we have the perfect remedy: sunny pics of some cool pups.

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Safe Hay: Feed Storage

Posted July 17, 2018 In Horses

How do you safely store hay and horse feed? Summer months are prime time for hay baling. But not just any hay is for horses. As a fire hazard and perishable crop, its environmental sensitivity and susceptibility to parasites can make it dangerous to consume or even store.

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Is Joint Pain Slowing Down your Dog?

Posted July 11, 2018 In Dogs

Notice your dog moving slowly to greet you when you get home? Are they more vocal when laying down? Has the spring in their step turned to a slow trot? Time to take action.

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Hairball Hacks for Healthy Cats

Posted June 27, 2018 In Cats

Hairballs, as any pet owner will tell you, are simply purr for the course when it comes to cat ownership. Just like scooping the litter box, it’s one of the least glamorous, but most common cleanups.

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3rd Annual Dog Days of Summer Contest

Posted June 18, 2018 In Dogs

The sweat on our brows – and everywhere else – has us swimming in summer. The heat is on, and so is our 3rd annual dog days of summer photo contest!

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