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Hi Folks I totally don't know how to sew and you'll understand when you read my question. So I have a nice sweater for my Yorkie ( that of course I bought
Make dog stuff, build dog stuff. Includes dog ramps, dog bows, dog toys and more
FIRST PLACE WINNER 2016 Dogge Costume Contest!!! Our golden retrievers Phoenix and Gryphon are very magical. They are both named after magical creatures.
Ghyll is a Patterdale Terrier who is 3 yrs old. A very loving, loyal and social dog. For the past 3 yrs I have walked with his brother and two other dogs
Chet Womach of The Dog Training Secret has just released a video series named "Coming When Called."
I think this is worth checking out, especially since he's only charging $7 for this DIY series. Training sessions are only 5-10 minutes, done twice a day.
(Please note that I have no affiliation with this guy and what he does, other than that I believe he's good...)
My dog, my furbaby, my best friend is Ralph. I've had him since he was 6 weeks old. He will be 12 years on Jan 28,2016. In early December 2015 I took Ralph
My Papillion, Papi (pronounced like poppy), thinks that toilet paper is there for his personal enjoyment. On too many mornings, I woke to find what appeared
Make homemade dog clothes such as a coat, sweater, vest, booties or socks for your favorite pet.
Discover how to make dog collars out of scrounged or recycled materials!
If you're concerned about what's on the news regarding Zika virus, which is spread by mosquito bites - here's what Dr. Jones says about the symptoms, effects, and how to eliminate or minimize mosquitoes and prevent bites.
There is no evidence at present that dogs are affected.
Question: I've looked at online sites and can't seem to find knitting patterns to knit or crochet a hat for a Shorkie. Is there a web site or do you know
This two-in-one dog costume is great for huskies, collies, fluffy & large wolf looking dogs. MATERIALS: All you need is a shower cap, glasses, a U shaped
Dogs do not need sugar in their food.
However, many dogs do have a sweet tooth. Apparently, this has been discovered by the pet treat industry (worth some $2 billion) and many treats now contain some form of sugar such as corn syrup, dextrose, or maltodextrin.
Please let the owner of the store carrying such treats know that you want to see healthier treats on the shelves.
As the link below shows, too many dogs are overweight. Sugar enhanced treats are a big culprit - leading to constant pleading/begging by the dog. Too many owners give in, thinking that "just one more" won't hurt. Unfortunately, just as in humans, carrying too much fat and eating sugar does do preventable damage to all the systems in the body.
Yes, I know this site is about dogs but many dog lovers also have cats as pets and I thought this to be important enough to share.
The link below leads to a video by holistic vet, Dr. Jones, that explains why kibble can be detrimental to cat health.
A FREE summit to learn as much as you can about dog health - to register you simply use your first name and email.
Disclaimer: We at Make & Build Dog Stuff are not connected to this summit in any way other than wanting to provide you with what looks like a good opportunity.
Just click on the link below to sign up.
Make pet steps yourself, even if you're a beginner at woodworking!
A friend offered my husband and I an opportunity to open our home and hearts to a puppy who had yet to be born. We were told the puppies were a Chihuahua
Karma is now one year old. We chose her birthday as July 4th because two Vets estimated her age and July 4th was smack in the middle of the two estimates.
Please check the ingredients of anything labeled "sugar free" that you are using for your dogs to make sure the product does not contain xylitol.
Apparently xylitol is now being used in some peanut butters and also in dog dental rinses.
Follow the link below for more detailed information...
Lisa Pierson, DVM, has an important warning about Convenia, used for skin infections, on her website.
Basically, this antibiotic is convenient to administer, especially to cats, as you only need to give it once. However, because it's designed to be longlasting, it sticks around.
The implication is that if your dog or cat has an adverse reaction (and there have apparently been fatal or severe reactions to this medication), it isn't a short reaction and it can cost you oodles to correct the problem, provided your pet stays alive.
This drug does not sound safe. However, to get it removed from the market, autopsies on pets who appear to have died from its administration need to be done, documented and reported to the FDA...
For more details,
Delight your dog with healthy dog treat recipes!
This is a story that is really about rescuing a dog...but unfortunately we could not keep her because of the other three dogs we have, mostly because of
In my opinion, this DVD is a total bargain since it cost only $5.97 for the shipping - I just went ahead and bought an extra copy for my daughter and her husband...
Here's what Dr. Jones, a Canadian veterinarian says about it:
"On this DVD, you'll learn the fundamentals of holistic dog and cat home health care. In the video, I demonstrate and discuss the most important aspects of at-home pet healing."
(He also lets you know when things are so serious that you should take your dog or cat to the vet).
The link below will lead you to the order page.
(And no, this is not something we make a commission on - we really believe in what he's doing...)
Dr Andrew Jones, the acclaimed HolisticVeterinarian, and author of 'Veterinary Secrets' is holding a webinar tomorrow:
Natural Dog Health and Nutrition:
How to Keep Your Dog Healthy with Food and Natural At-Home Remedies
Join him LIVE in this 90 Minute FREE Online Seminar
Date: Tuesday, May 5th, 2015Time: 5:00pm Pacific (7:00pm Central, 8:00pm Eastern)
On the webinar Dr Jones is going to answer as many of your dog health questions as possible- some of what you'll learn:
His BEST holistic flea prevention and treatment options
QUICK, EASY and INEXPENSIVE solutions toSTOPPING your dog itching and scratching
Dr. Jones's TOP recommended commercial dog foods and supplements. Plus a good recipe for making home made dog food.
Human food that you should NEVER feed your dog: 7 of these are TOXIC
Heartworm testing and preventives.
Dog vaccinations: RISKS?... What can you give INSTEAD of Vaccines?
Ear infections SOLVED NATURALLY.
Hip Dyplasia, Cruciate Ligament Injury and Arthritis... 5 steps that YOU can Do NOW to have your dog feeling BETTER without DRUGS
The webinar signup is below:
Question: I need a way to get my dog up the stairs after she has come in from outside playing or doing her business. My house is built that you must