Dogs can eat a variety of human food, but not everything. Some foods are actually poisonous to dogs. It’s important to be mindful of the food you share with your dog. For example, if you give them chicken – that’s fine – but if the chicken has garlic powder, then that’s a huge no-no. Here … Read More
One of my favorite night time rituals is to take a detox bath. It’s great to unwind after a long day, soothes sore muscles, induces restful sleep, and promotes weight loss. Plus it’s totally inexpensive! Just combine: *2 cups Epson salts *1/2 cup baking soda *10 drops lavender essential oil Light some candles, play some … Read More
During the holidays, tables are loaded with indulgent dishes, making the house smell fantastic. One thing you can always count on is the constant presence of an excited pup staring over the counter-top. Those puppy eyes begging you for a nipple (or the entire plate!), but just like you, your dog does not want to … Read More
The problem with these fruits is the seeds or pits which can cause inflammation of the small intestine and intestinal obstruction in dogs. In addition, the seeds may be poisonous to both humans and dogs. I would just keep them away from dogs, to be careful of any issues.
Beer, liquor and wine can be harmful to your dog because alcohol has the same effect on a dog’s liver and brain that it does on yours. The only difference is it takes far less to do its damage. In a dog alcohol can cause vomiting, diarrhea, central nervous system damage, depression, problems with coordination, … Read More
Yes they are! Berries are superfruits that are high in antioxidants and polyphenols, which help fight chronic disease, cancer, lower blood pressure and reduce heart attack risk. Examples of berries include blueberries, cranberries, raspberries, blackberries and strawberries. Berries are also low on the glycemic index, making them super great for weight management because of their … Read More