Nutrition

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Feeding Fido

Do you worry about the quality of your beloved dog’s diet, but glaze over when you try to decipher the nutritional information on the packages? What do those multisyllabic words and confusing numbers actually mean?more
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The Party - Canine Coolers

If play-date entertaining is the last thing on your mind, cool down them hot dogs with a round of poochie popsicles. more
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Canine Cutie Cupcakes

Get Started! To make Schnauzer and Chihuahua cupcakes you will need: more
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D.I.Y. Eat - Scrumptious Delight

The addition of peaches gives the sweetness dogs enjoy, and nongluten products are used to help with allergies. more
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Happy Brownies

Spend a 60s-inspired afternoon with your dog. Whip up some Happy Brownies, throw on a Jefferson Airplane album, and gather up some herbs and flowers—it’s project time! Far out. more
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D.I.Y - Sweet Treats

Frozen treats are great for keeping dogs cool in the summer, and they can be used to soothe teething pain in puppies. more
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10 “People” Foods for Dogs

10 human foods you should be sharing with your dog more
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The Raw Debate

People are very passionate when it comes to the subject of what they feed their dogs, and with good reason. A good diet can contribute to a long and healthy life and even psychological well-being for our pets. The question is, what is the best food to feed domesticated dogs? While the majority of people feed a commercial kibble or canned food, many owners today are looking for other options. more
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Recipes For You and Your Dog

Oh! What to do with these long, dark evenings? Why, a little impromptu party of course! Take a cue from countries that
not only know winter, but embrace it. If the season is dragging you
down, these recipes are sure to fire you up. more
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Doggie Diet: Lose Weight With Your Dog

When I take my dogs for a walk, all my neighbours recognize my little Papillons. They don't always recognize me. I'm about half the size I was two years ago; I've lost 125 pounds. What's my secret? Actually, I owe every ounce of my weight loss success to my little dog, Pogo. I didn't start out planning to lose weight. It was my dog who was dieting. Pogo needed to lose about half a pound; on his small-dog frame, the equivalent of 10 pounds worth of love handles on me. more

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