Dogs

by Pamela Mills-Senn on Apr 1, 2014
“Just as many folks are taking a more health-conscious approach to their own well-being and are utilizing a variety of supplements and remedies to do so, they are starting to do the same for their dogs, and for similar reasons. Key among these is the desire to maintain the good health, comfort and longevity of their pets. Contributing to the interest in supplements and remedies is the desire for more natural and holistic alternatives—a trend…”

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by Pamela Mills-Senn on Mar 1, 2014
“Humans are not the only species experiencing stress; their canine companions can get wound up as well. And, just like people, they can exhibit all manner of troublesome behavior when under duress. This can run the gamut from excessive barking and scratching, to whining and biting. The good news is…”
“    Dogs love to play, eat and spend time with their humans, and manufacturers are finding new ways to help dogs enjoy all three activities at once—with puzzles and interactive toys. Industry experts say the category has expanded as consumers demand more innovative and sophisticated ways to treat and…”
“      ModaPet (modapet.com) has added three food and water bowls: Greyhound, Pesto and Ultraviolet. The traditional and pedestal style bowls have BPA-free composites and are made of food-grade polymer. The extremely durable bowls are microwavable and dishwasher safe. All ModaPet bowls are constructed with non-slip bases to help…”
by Pamela Mills-Senn on Feb 1, 2014
“    The little bloodsuckers are everywhere these days—no, not vampires or zombies, but fleas and ticks. Thanks in part to the weird weather patterns hitting many areas of the country, flea and tick problems have noticeably worsened in the past couple of years. Last year’s mild winter was characterized…”