Imagine if you were running along and suddenly you were yanked back by the neck. Now imagine that happening five or six times every time you go out for a walk or run. I’m sure you would be at the chiropractor in no time! That is what happens to dogs when they are put on a retractable leash. I want to share with you how the injuries that result from these leashes can be avoided!
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As I travel from Maui to visit my mamma in my home country, Czech Republic, I can appreciate the island as being one of my greatest teachers. In my early days there, I was met both with happy times and the volcanic eruptions life inevitably brings. But as time went on, life in Maui became gentler. Getting ready to board the plane, I felt completely loved and received many messages for safe travels from friends and neighbours. I realized that a simple goodbye text can make a big difference. I’m reminded to reach out to my loved ones more often, live life like each moment may be the last, and see what adventures life can bring.
Did you know that there’s a tiny insect more dangerous than a Great White Shark hanging out in our backyards, forests and favourite trails right now? If you're as concerned about ticks as I am, you’ll want to read this comprehensive guide on how to prevent ticks (and fleas, another small, but nasty critter) on your dog. You’ll get a visual guide to tick species and the diseases they carry (including Lyme disease symptoms to look out for), find out where ticks are most likely to attach on your dog, how to remove a tick if you find one, and what steps you should take if a tick has fed on your dog for more than 24 hours.
Wondering why dogs get gas and a little chihuahua can clear the room with its strong presence? This blog explains all you need to know about flatulence in dogs and what to do about it without the use of drugs and chemicals.
I’m about to make a confession that may shock you: I don’t always pick up Pax’s poop! While I’d never leave dog poop on a stranger’s lawn, I will leave it in the grass or forest, with good reason. Read on to learn why so-called eco-friendly dog poop bags aren’t always what they seem, and how our dog’s poop can help the soil and environment when left to biodegrade naturally.
Do you know why I love what I do? I’ve found my passion in life helping thousands of dog lovers every year learn the four steps to creating a healthy life for their dogs: feeding our dogs natural food, providing our dogs with essential supplements, putting our dogs through a twice yearly detox, and making sure our dogs are mobile, active and pain-free.
A complete guide to natural supplements for dogs. Are you confused about which supplements dogs need? Do you find conflicting information? Would you like to know what to give your dog without giving too little or too much?