If you’re like me you’ve no doubt had some flops when it comes to choosing a food that your pet likes. So, what do you do when you’ve spent a fortune on a bag of food and Fluffy or Fido has turned their nose up at it? It cost too much to just throw it away and most places won’t accept open bags. Continue reading
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During our initial consultation to sign up a new client we always go over feeding details. What you feed, where it’s located, how much you feed and how often. We also ask about any allergies your pet may have to food. I’m often surprised at the number of people who are hesitant about telling us they feed a raw diet. They are afraid we’ll be grossed out by it or think it’s unsafe and we won’t want to do it. Continue reading
I admit, before I started pet sitting I knew very little about pet nutrition. I bought into the glossy, slick ads I saw on TV and in magazines and thought that 9Lives, Beneful and Meow Mix were packed full of nutrition and my pets would thrive on them. I mean, it shows pretty pictures of whole meat and veggies on TV, right? It HAS to be true, right? The more I’ve learned, the more horrified I am that I actually fed my animals that stuff. Having Celiac Disease myself I know just how detrimental certain things (for me, it’s wheat, barley and rye – ie., gluten) can be when ingested and what the outward physical symptoms can be.
August 14, 2013 – Proctor & Gamble announced a voluntary recall of select Dry Iams and Eukanuba products. Although to date, no health effects have been reported, there is the potential for contamination. The affected product was distributed to select retailers across the United States, mostly on the East Coast. These limited products were made during a 10 day window, at one of their US manufacturing sites on a single production line. All retailers have been notified of the affected products and are working to remove them. If by chance, one of these affected products got inro your hands, please follow the steps below.