Monthly Archives: May 2015

Dogs and Kids: Only Slightly Different in your Brain

We bathe them, feed them, comfort, and cuddle them. We celebrate their birthdays, shower them with affection, and refer to them as our babies. And, occasionally, our kids will join in the fun. It may sound silly, but a recent … Continue reading

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Introducing Young Dogs to New Things

Like children, when dogs are young they are essentially sponges for new experiences, giving owners a wonderful window to make their dog a social, confident, and well-rounded companion. The ideal age to introduce puppies to new things is from birth … Continue reading

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April Showers Bring May Flowers: Plants your Pup Should Avoid

Now that the weather’s warming up, you’re probably noticing lots of things blooming in your yard, parks, and on the streets. While we enjoy the look of beautiful new blossoms, your dog may just think they’re pretty enough to eat. … Continue reading

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Stewart Wins!

We are incredibly excited to announce that Stewart® Raw Naturals™ Freeze Dried Patties earned us a 2015 Editors’ Choice Award from Pet Business magazine! Even if you’ve never heard of Pet Business magazine, this acknowledgement and appreciation from a publication … Continue reading

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How to Recognize (and Deal with) Dog Park Bullies

It’s safe to say that dog communication is very different from human communication (and thank goodness! We can do without their sniffing rituals when meeting someone new.) But that doesn’t mean it’s not important to realize how dogs send and … Continue reading

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