We are giving the wood clumping cat litter from Okocat a try. The light weight of this litter is amazing, when I first picked up the delivery box I thought they’d forgotten the litter because it was so light to pick up. I pored it into the litter box, the litter bits itself is quite Read more!
Natural Balance Pet Food is mostly known for a kibble but they do offer other feeding options for your favorite furry companions. Alongside their treats, canned and wet foods they also offer a food roll. The food rolls come in 4 flavors that include Beef, Chicken, Lamb/Chicken & Duck/Turkey (the one we reviewed). The sausage Read more!
If you’re thinking of buying a hypoallergenic dog to prevent allergies, you might be disappointed. The truth is that all dogs can trigger allergies – even those that don’t shed – so there’s no such thing as a hypoallergenic dog. The claims surrounding these breeds are usually based on false information or are just a Read more!
I don’t have a dog that requires a lot of grooming per say, anything past a good bath and brush out, but was interested in this book for further knowledge as maybe one day I’d like to supply grooming options to our boarding clients. This book is by no means a way to replace a Read more!
Normally you get a whiff of a scented wax melt or something I’m cooking in the oven, I love to cook, but dang… if our old man decides he’s gotta go, he’s gonna go and the world is gonna know. The litter box is located in the back room, the laundry/mud room, under our doggy Read more!
Orijen Tundra Freeze-Dried Cat Treats are nothing more than what they say they are, and in this case that’s a wonderful thing. These treats, Tundra, have a very short and to the point ingredient list. The list of ingredients include boneless venison, venison liver, boneless elk, elk liver, boneless quail, & steelhead trout. Our cat, Read more!
O-M-G are these things a life saver! The Greenies Pill Pockets are down right wonderful! I have a dog who has to get two pills twice a day for his heart and it was starting to be a struggle. I hated forcing them down his gullet and wrapping them in cheese or lunch meat didn’t Read more!
When it comes to lactose intolerance, it is a common problem for pets to have a negative response to digesting milk and other dairy products. Several affected canines do not have a crucial enzyme, called lactase, which is essential for them to be able to absorb lactose, among the primary sugars in milk. Undigested lactose Read more!
With spring fast approaching the feed and farm stores are getting down covered chicks in. We are down to 4 hens and a rooster and my husband likes the Orpingtons so we’re working on collecting some more hens for eggs and maybe raising some chicks later. I made a purchase of 16 straight-run (unsexed) chicks Read more!
There is an image circulating Facebook (and other social media) about scraps supplied to song birds outside in a bird feeder to help them build warm nests for their pending young. The image shows scraps of yarn. This is a very bad idea seeing that long bits of string, yarn, twine and even long hairs Read more!