Have you ever wondered what a shipment from my supplement store looks like? You might notice it looks a little different from other packages you receive. There's no plastic bubble wrap, no plastic containers, and no small boxes packed within giant boxes. Instead you get kraft paper, glass bottles, metal lids, and our really cool eco-sleeves to make sure everything arrives in one piece. Watch this video to see me un-box SoulFood, GreenMin and FeelGood Omega with Pax and his friends.
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This blog is an absolute must to read for every responsible dog lover. Dogs eat things and in case it happens, the info in this article may prevent unnecessary surgery or tragedy. Learn what to do when your dog eats a foreign object, when to wait or when to rush your dog to the emergency. Don't forget to share it with your friends. You never know when they may need it.
Do you know the 80/20 rule, and how 20 % of your choices can make 80% of a difference? It applies to many things in life, including your dog's health. Here's why you shouldn't stress over the tiny details, and my simple steps that will help you and your dog live a longer, healthier life together.
Do you ever wonder why there are rows and rows of the same items in a store, just different brands? Does it make you happy to have options, or do you think it’s wasteful that most of these items will end up in the landfill? Here’s why I always recycle, why my company uses eco-friendly shipping options, some ideas for ways to reduce the number of items we consume and why shopping small and local is always best for the environment.
An essential resource for every dog lover with a lumpy dog... If you find yourself confused about what to do when you find a lump or immediately think of the worst-case scenario, I hope this blog will be useful.
What questions does your doctor ask you before prescribing medication to you, and what questions should you be asking your doctor about the pills they prescribe? In this blog post I have put together a few real life stories to demonstrate how I choose when I talk to others about the medical choices they make (either for their animal friends or themselves) in hopes I may change their mindset towards natural health, the food we eat, and prescribed medications.
Who is Mrs. Kratka, and what does she have to do with Internet trolls? In this blog post, I talk about what I really think about people who “slam” me for selling supplements for dogs, and why they don’t make me upset. I also tell a story of Mrs. Kratka, my childhood champion and life-long friend, and truly hope that you have a Mrs. Kratka in your life too. And a bonus — I’m often asked what I feed Pax while travelling, and give my answer here! Read on to find out.
Do you wonder how dogs live in other parts of the world? When I travel with Pax, I get to explore the city from a dog’s point of view, and I always make sure my hotel is close to a park or green space for Pax. Some cities are incredibly dog-friendly, and as I discovered on a recent trip to Vienna, others don’t even offer off-leash dog parks. Here are my thoughts on this.
Diabetes is one of the most frustrating diseases vets see, and it is so easy to prevent in many dogs. Diabetes happens almost exclusively in dogs on kibble, and this article explains the biology behind it. If you feed your dog a raw or cooked diet, you are very likely preventing your dog from getting this difficult to treat disease. The purpose of this article is to help owners whose dogs suffer from diabetes, and also help those who want to prevent it. Read more here.