Fitness & Activity

Tips for Walking Your Dog at Night

by Kate Lancaster • January 10, 2020

There are tons of benefits to you and your dog getting exercise by walking at night. Especially during the summer and fall months, the temperature is much cooler, and the concrete is bearable for your dog’s sensitive paws without the sun blazing down. There is typically less traffic, making for a more peaceful and safer […]

Top 10 Tips for Responsible Dog Ownership

by Jessie Isbell • March 2, 2016

When you decide to adopt a new dog, it’s very exciting! There are so many fun things you can do with your new dog and they are so very cute at any age. It is easy to imagine all of the adventures you will have with your new companion, and it can be just as […]

How Can I Help My Aging Pet?

by Jessie Isbell • March 2, 2016

I have noticed that over the past year, my eldest dog Skeeter has been slowing down. He’s only 11, and I thought that I would have a few more years before I really started to see signs of aging! However, he has been tiring quickly, limping after playing sometimes, and has become arthritic. Just last week […]

Bark to School: How Changes in Our Routine Affect Our Dogs

by Jessie Isbell • February 22, 2016

Summertime is my favorite time of year, but now it is sadly starting to come to a close. Parents are busy shopping for school supplies and posting adorable pictures of their children holding “Back to School” posters on Facebook, teachers are getting back into their classrooms, and some strange people (not me) are beginning to yearn […]

Skipping Your Dog’s Daily Walk? 4 Reasons You Shouldn’t

by Jessie Isbell • February 22, 2016

Going for walks with our dogs is very rewarding, not only for our four legged friends and their sniffing noses but also for us. Hollywood Feed makes a great line of Mississippi Made collars and leashes that are perfect tools for taking our dogs out on the town. These collars and leashes are actually cut and […]

Teach Your Dog to Wait Before Exiting the Crate in 5 Minutes

by Billie Claire Campbell • February 22, 2016

Having a dog that understands they can’t barge out the crate door every time it’s opened is precious. It can potentially save their life by giving you the opportunity to put a leash on them and potentially keep them out of the street. It’s such an easy and quick thing to teach your dog, and […]

National Walk Your Dog Week

by John Sanders • February 18, 2016

-by Jane Langlois October 1st through 7th is National Walk Your Dog Week.  Colleen Paige, Celebrity Pet Lifestyle Expert and Animal Behaviorist, created this event in 2010 to help promote the health of both people and their dogs.  Some pet parents make the mistake of assuming that if a dog has access to a yard, […]

What Should I Know about Acupuncture and Rehabilitative Care?

by Jessie Isbell • February 18, 2016

Last week, Hollywood Feed employees had the chance to learn about acupuncture and rehabilitative therapy from Dr. Kathy Mitchener, who is with the new facility Angel Care. Angel Care provides holistic and natural healing for pets and they are located at 1017 Oakhaven, Memphis, TN 38119. The phone number is 901-385-9172. They have some exciting […]

Holistic Pet Day

by John Sanders • February 18, 2016

-by Jane Langlois People put a lot of emphasis lately on eating organic, taking care of our bodies and being healthy.  Did you know there’s a day dedicated to doing that for our pets, too?  Saturday, August 30th is Holistic Pet Day. Holistic is the term for treating the entire being, not just the parts. […]

Does Your Doggy Have the Winter Blues?

by Jessie Isbell • February 17, 2016

The winter can be just as much of a drain on our dogs as it is for us! I know that I miss the sunshine, wearing shorts and tank tops, going to the dog park, and spending time at my home-away-from-home on the Tennessee River (also know as my in-laws’ houseboat). Our dogs can be affected by […]