Green Tea may benefit pets as much as it is believed to benefit humans. It can be used as a supplement for healthy dogs, cats, horses, and even aquarium fish. Green Tea is readily available, but it’s very important to be sure it’s of high quality and organic if you want maximum benefits for yourself […]
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Pet parents often make their own pet food & pet treats because they want to control the ingredients. Eliminating chemicals like dyes is a priority, but that doesn’t mean you can’t create naturally colorful treats for your pet. What’s more, you can seriously boost the nutritional content of your treats while you’re at it! You […]
Trying to find all of the hidden holiday gems within a blog can be maddening. The holidays drive us crazy enough, so we’re going to spare you further grief by sharing our most popular posts from past holiday seasons.
Virtually all pets love treats, including dogs, cats, horses, fish, rabbits and other small animals. With all of the recalls and warnings about deadly pet treats, many pet parents are going the DIY route. While making natural homemade pet food and treats is the ultimate goal for most, we still lead busy lives and are […]
This holiday dog treat recipe nurtures the bladder and urinary tract, improves digestion, supports the immune system, balances alkalinity, and offers a complete mineral boost. Holistic, Healing and Nutritional Benefits of this dog treat recipe:
Making your own natural pet food and treats is worth the effort, but I’m always looking for ways to make the process easier. A time-consuming aspect of the homemade pet diet is measuring out individual supplements. While some require precise doses, most of the food-based supplements do not. This makes them perfect for mixing up […]
This is a time of year when fresh, organic vegetables are plentiful and often on sale. There is an abundance of green, leafy vegetables at our disposal and their benefits to dogs and horses are many. They’re packed with nutrients, including Vitamins A, C and K, iron, folic acid, manganese, magnesium, calcium, glucosinolates and phytochemicals. […]
Ionic solutions called electrolytes are essential for nerve and muscle function, and to maintain fluid and acid-base balance. Electrolytes can conduct electrical impulses when dissolved in body fluids. The electrolytes sodium, potassium, bicarbonate, chloride, calcium, and phosphates are at risk of depletion when animals and humans are dehydrated. Electrolyte balance becomes especially important in the […]
Protein (built with amino acids) is important for all pet animal species, including horses, dogs, cats, fish, reptiles, rabbits, ferrets, birds, etc. The skeletal and muscular system, organs, nervous system, glands, immune system, circulatory system, and blood alkalinity, all depend on protein to function. It is even more critical for breeding, lactating, and growing animals.
I’ve always loved community cookbooks because the contributors share their very best recipes. They’re the most used cookbooks in my collection, worn and stained with splatters of fudge and other goodies that almost invariably turn out. That’s why I was so happy to hear that John Bigley and Paris Permenter of DogTipper.com were calling for […]