As many of you know I work at a healthy pet store, so I get to see all the latest and greatest the pet industry has to offer throughout the year. I’ve compiled 15 holiday items, treats and toys that I think would make perfect gifts for your dogs this holiday season. Best of all,(…)
This month I’ve got a nice mix of products from several categories to share with you. Also, I’m introducing you to one of my newest obsessions that I think will be a big part of my life from here on out!
I work at a healthy pet store and we get a lot of customers who are just learning about natural foods. Their biggest concerns tend to be what to look for and how to make the switch. Today I’ll share tips to make the change to a new healthy food smooth and stress-free for you and(…)
Though my heart will always belong to my Canon DSLR, many of the photos on my blog are actually taken with my iPhone 4s. Not only is it the camera that is always with you, with the ease of Dropbox and/or iCloud, sometimes I’m just too lazy to go through the work of using my(…)
The first month of 2014 has not been especially great to me. I am glad to put January behind us. With my grandma tentatively scheduled to return home (from hospital/rehab) in February, I am hoping that it only gets better from here.
I love Zuke’s products. My dogs love Zuke’s products. And I recommend them almost daily at my pet store. As you may remember I celebrated my 1-year-blogversary with a Zuke’s Z-Bone Giveaway. So, when I was contacted and asked if I would like to participate in the Zuke’s Fuel The Love campaign and Blog Hop(…)
I’m been saving this post for my 1-year blogversary so that it could coincide with my very first giveaway. To say I’m excited is an understatement! Zuke’s Z-Bones is one of the first things I tried when I started working at my job at the pet store, because Pug and Molly both tend to have(…)
Pug has had a funky nose since I found him. I just thought his nose was weird and didn’t think much of it. Then, I saw a post from The Daily Puglet about “nose funk” which apparently is an actual condition called nasal hyperkeratosis. I first tried using Vaseline to treat it, which worked okay,(…)