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DIY Eat - Waste Not Want Not

DIY Eat - Waste Not Want Not

My grandmother—we called her Mama—would always say “don’t throw those peelings away; we can use them.” She showed me how to keep vegetable peelings and...more
Home Remedies

Home Remedies for Common Ailments

Many home remedies for minor canine ailments can be found in your pantry or garden and offer an effective, natural way to address minor ills in a timely...more
Good Veggie List

The Good Veggie List

Good Veggies Acorn Squash (all Winter Squash + Pumpkin) Alfalfa Sprouts (small amount) Asparagus Beets Bell Pepper (all colors) Broccoli Carrots...more
5 Terrific Toppers

Try it! 5 Terrific Toppers

Turmeric/Curcumin Turmeric/curcumin has been shown to act in a number of ways to prevent the growth or spread of cancer cells for many different types of...more
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A Perfect Companion for the Elderly

The power of pet therapy is thought to be stronger than any medication, not only for people going through tough times or in poor health, but also for the...more
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The Importance of a PETicure

You and your beloved pet may share a lot in common: enjoying long walks in the park, snuggling up on the couch, or even taking a relaxing dip in the pool. But...more
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Homeward Bound: Moving With Your Pet

Moving to a new area can be a stressful ordeal for all involved, especially your pets. The chaos of packing, moving furniture and the strangeness of a new area...more
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Heat Stroke’s Deadly Effects on Dogs

As summer progresses and temperatures come close to triple digits, many of us make it a habit to protect ourselves from the sweltering heat. Unfortunately for...more
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Second-Hand Smoke and Your Pet

We all know that smoking is bad for our health, but what might surprise many pet-owners are the dangerous effects that same smoke can have on their four-legged...more

Can Dogs Eat Cabbage?

Yes. And many dogs love it. Purple, savoy... all types of antioxidant-rich cabbage is safe for dogs to eat and even beneficial. It aids in digestion, is good...more

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