Monthly Archives: March 2015

CoCo The Rescue Dog-Whelping Puppies 50

Coco is a Foster dog from who needed a safe place to whelp and care for her pups until they reach adoption age. We were glad to participate and promote the many people and organizations that make the world a better place for people and pets. This page will chronicle CoCo and her pup’s […]

Home Made Dog Biscuits

Reagan is very “animated” as she helps mom in the kitchen to make biscuits and brownies. Enjoy! Here is a link to the recipe for Gluten Free Dog Treats with Pumpkin… Here’s the recipe itself: Cleo’s Pumpkin Dog Biscuits 2 eggs 1/2 cup canned pumpkin 2 tablespoons dry milk 1/4 teaspoon sea salt 2 […]

Should I Feed my Dog Garlic?

  Over the years many people have sworn by the health benefits of garlic in limited amounts as a supplement for dogs. Some argue it helps control fleas Others have pegged the pungent substance as a harmful and unnecessary part of a dog’s healthy diet. Mike Sagman and the folks over at put together this […]

Children, Dogs and Improved Health

Here’s a fun fact: When infants and children are in frequent contact with dogs, they have a reduced risk of developing immune disorders including asthma and many common allergies. Scientists have wondered about the source of this benefit for a number of years. Recently it is looking more and more like the microbes that live […]

Image First Bath Video

This video is the first bath Image has had since coming home with me to be our newest family member. Her breeder, Paula, had washed her before leaving her house, and she didn’t need it before now. Washing your dog(s) roughly every 6-8 weeks is a good idea. It keeps the dandruff and dirt from […]

Grooming – Long Coated Dog Breed

In this video we share the process for blow drying your dog after their bath. Not all dogs are accepting of the doggie dryer or a people hair dryer, so take it in baby steps if they are struggling. The best time to start with the training is early on. However, it is not too […]