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Dog Meatloaf Recipe

Recipes for Dogs: Meatloaf An easy-to-make meal By Corbett Marshall & Jim Deskevich We are big fans of a good meatloaf, and our dogs Jordan and Gertrude were too. We adapted a basic meatloaf recipe using lean meats and adding different…
Snoopy
December 17, 2012
Dog AdviceSpecials

Hot Holiday Promo for day boarding

Just when you thought it couldn't get any better, we've decided to end our 2012 year with a spectacular savings promotion for all the new mommies and daddies of puppies and adopted new family members who might just happen to…
Snoopy
December 11, 2012
Dog AdviceNutrition & Diet

The Politics of Pet Food

The Politics of Pet Food Update on calorie labeling standards By Marion Nestle, PhD, and Malden Nesheim, PhD In the wake of the 2007 recalls, Congress ordered the FDA to work with state regulators and the industry to develop national standards…
Snoopy
December 9, 2012
Dog AdvicePet Truths

No Sweatin’ Saturdays

Does your dog not like to work up a sweat on the walk? Is your dog really a solo walker? More of a sniffer? Speedo is all of the above...and loving boarding and walking with New York Dog Nanny in…
Snoopy
December 8, 2012
Dog AdvicePet Truths

AKC Standards for Havanese

Breed Standard   View a PDF General Appearance The Havanese is a small, sturdy dog of immense charm. The native dog of Cuba, he is beloved as a friendly, intelligent and playful companion. He is slightly longer than tall, with…
Snoopy
December 6, 2012
Dog AdviceNutrition & Diet

Raw Food Primer- FAQ

Raw Food Primer Raw feeding isn’t just for experts anymore By Elizabeth Kennedy The web is crowded with passionate bloggers extolling the benefits of the raw-food diet: cleaner teeth, less odor, shinier coats, more energy and far fewer visits to the…
Snoopy
December 3, 2012
Dog AdvicePet Truths

Shitzu 101

Pronunciation Americans commonly pronounce the Shih-Tzu as SHEET-sue, however, the actual original Chinese translation is - sure-dsIn the Chinese pronunciation the "ds" is pronounced the same as the "ds" at the end of the word "Words". It is Chinese Mandarin, and translates directly…
Snoopy
November 29, 2012