Nutrition

The Power of Prayer…and Goat’s Milk

by Billie Claire Campbell • February 17, 2016

November 18th, 2014 Halie Snider knew exactly what she wanted for her 14th birthday. She wanted a puppy…a yellow lab mix, rescue puppy to be exact. The dog she would adopt would soon become the love of the entire family. A loyal companion, Zayda, a Labrador/Golden Retriever mix, loved to spend time doing anything with […]


Do You Cook for Your Dog or Cat?

by Jessie Isbell • February 12, 2016

Do you ever think about your dog or cat when you are preparing a home cooked meal for your family? Do they let you forget about them? I know my three dogs sit and wait expectantly anytime I’m in the kitchen, hoping to get a piece of whatever I am preparing. If we take the […]


How to Win the War Against Pet Obesity

by Jessie Isbell • February 12, 2016

If we all stop and just take a look around the next time we are at the park or walking our dogs, we can see that obesity is one of the biggest health problems that pets in the United States are facing today. Statistics Obesity is an excess of body fat, which can cause many […]


Cats Rule the House this February!

by Jessie Isbell • February 12, 2016

Did you know that there are more pet cats than pet dogs in the US? Dogs get so much attention because they are loud and they demand it! On the other hand, cats are aloof and they want us to come begging them for their attention. We have the love of our dogs pretty much from […]


The Pros and Cons of Feeding Table Scraps

by Jessie Isbell • February 12, 2016

To me, the thought of feeding my dog table scraps is not offensive in the least, but the debate is out there and people come down very strongly on both sides. I can understand some of the arguments against feeding table scraps; however, I think that they can each be countered with a remedy, and […]


Do You Know the Preservatives In Your Pet’s Food?

by Jessie Isbell • February 12, 2016

Preservatives are necessary in human and pet foods to keep them from spoiling too quickly on the shelf before they are bought and consumed by us or by our furry friends. Specifically in pet foods, preservatives-or antioxidants-are needed to keep the animal fats and oils from oxidizing, therefore going rancid and losing their health benefits […]