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Some companies just step up to the right thing and Dog Is Good is one of them. This month, they are releasing their newest line, "No Dog Left Behind" just in time for Memorial Day.
The thing I'm most proud to pen is that 100% of net proceeds from the sale of this product line between May 25-31, 2016 will go directly to Dogs On Deployment.
This concept is nothing new to Dog Is Good. Each year, they choose a beneficiary who shares similar values and objectives, and which focus on the human-dog connection. Obviously, Dogs On Deployment is one of the most powerful and important missions. This is how it works...Read More
Despite being obligate carnivores, cats still require greens to stay healthy.
Summer is upon us and that makes the perfect time to grow some grass for your finicky feline. Whether you grow organic oatgrass, wheatgrass, catnip or any other type of cat-centric plant - your cats are sure to appreciate the effort!
Theories on why cats enjoy munching down on fresh grasses vary. Some experts consider cats’ grazing to be a behavioral trait, while others believe it to be an instinctual response and consider it an important part of their cats diets. But most believe it’s their way of increasing their intake of vitamins and minerals, as well as fiber, to help get all that hair they groomed from themselves moving out of their digestive tract.
(Grass eating usually equates to more hairballs, so here are 10 Creative Uses for Hair and Hairballs!)
Whatever the reason for making grasses available to cats, there is no denying that most enjoy some fresh grass. (Failure to provide it means your houseplants are likely to fall victim!)Read More
If you're anything like me, (and I suspect you are or you wouldn't be reading this) dog, cat and horse hair and fur is an ongoing problem.
For people like us, shedding "season" is every single day. Long haired cats, short-haired dogs, horse mane and tail hair; there is no shortage of this highly renewable resource!
So we decided to take on the challenge of finding useful ways to dispose of it.
Here are fifteen unique (and often a bit disturbing) ways to utilize your pet's excess fur. (And if that's not enough for us, we have 10 more ways to use fur in 10 Creative Uses for Hair and Hairballs and even some creative ways you can use hairballs in this article, 15 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Hairballs!)
But here are our favorites...Read More
I know I’m not alone in slowly assembling a veritable menagerie. Most animal lovers would have a zoo if it were practical!
But sometimes our pets aren’t excited about making friends with other animals. When it comes to dogs, their natural prey drive can cause some problems in our pursuit of a peaceful co-existence.
Dogs enjoy chasing cats, pouncing on rabbits, snatching birds out of the air and diving for fish in the pond.
So can you enjoy other pets if you have a dog? Of course! In particular, let’s take a look at how you can have the koi pond of your dreams without your dog snacking on those beautiful fish.Read More
Tabbies are a big part of our lives.
If you follow us on Instagram, you probably know that we have three beautiful full-time tabbies: Cassie, Kyra The Cog and Alexandra. We also have one vocal foster cat we call Kreature. Each of these cats is magnificent and it's about time someone came up with a holiday celebrating their beauty.
And so, in Celebration of #NationalTabbyDay, we're talking about a few fun facts you may not know...
To begin, a tabby is not a breed of cat, but a general way of referring to a coat pattern. In fact, usually “tabby” means stripes, swirls or spots on a cat that is orange, brown, white or grey colored cat. In fact, the word tabby is often used as a generic term for "cat" (just like "hound" is often used as a general term for dogs). Tabby cats are found in a variety of different breeds.
Let’s take a look at the four basic types of tabby coat patterns.Read More
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