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Product Review – Muttstard and Petchup and Meowstard and Catchup

Looking for a product review on Muttstard and Petchup for Dogs or Meowstard and Catchup for Cats? Meet Scribbles the Yorkie and Joy the kitten! The three of us were more than happy to share our thoughts and findings about the kibble condiments.

Top 5 Dog Foods: Best Dog Foods Reviewed

Which is the best dog food? As with people, dogs need a high quality well balanced diet in order to live a healthy and long life. What is important is to not just focus on what a dog needs to survive - as they say, 'dogs evolved to be survivors' - but look for what food a dog thrives on. And what a dog thrives on are the ingredients optimized to 'mimic his ancestral diet.' These 5 dog foods are some of the best available and the ones we recommend for your dog...

8 Worst Foods You Can Feed Your Dog

Do you know what food is really harmful for your dog?  Probably the stuff you're feeding her now.  How do I know?  Because the worst dog foods are the most popular ones on the market.  They're advertised on TV and they're all over supermarket and pharmacy shelves.  Some of them are even for sale in your vet's office! I can't blame you for buying these foods, they've been foisted on you; they're everwhere you look!  But, really, you should avoid them, because...

 


The 7 Worst Foods You Can Feed Your Cat

Chances are you are feeding your cat junk food.  I'm sure it's not intentional.  Maybe you don't know that the dry foods with the fish shapes and bright colors are like cocaine to your cat.  A few bites of his cat kibble will make his blood sugar jump sky high, because he does not have the enzymes necessary to digest starch.  It's BAD for him, and it causes all kinds of illnesses, long term.

PetziConnect & DogVacays For The Holidays!

With the holidays fast approaching, folks are in the midst of planning to visit family and friends. In many instances, those travel arrangements can become logistically frustrating, particularly when there are pets involved. Do we take our pooch with us, or does that become too much of an imposition for those you we will be visiting?

Pet Snack Launcher: Ready, Aim, Eat

The pet snack launcher is a unique way to interact, exercise, play with and feed your pet all at the same time! This is the perfect gadget for both  pet and pet owner multi-tasker! The pet treat launcher promises hours of fun and a potential workout for all involved. Watch your pet chase treats that fly up to 20 feet in the air and delight at catching them. Better than television and less depressing than the news!

Pro Pet Tip: Feeding Your Guinea Pigs

We all want your fuzzy, bouncy, chirping guinea pigs to grow up to be big, strong and healthy, so I put together a cheat sheet to help your chunky rodent pals get the most out of mealtime:

How to Build a Brine Shrimp Hatchery -- The Animal Video of the Day!!!

All righty... I'm not going to vouch on the production value of this video, but I will vouch on the content.  This is a step-by-step guide on how to build a brine shrimp hatchery--and it's quite interesting as well as innovative.

It's Hard to Be a Cat at Christmas -- The Bonus Musical Animal Video of the Day!!!

I never realized how difficult it was to be a cat during the Christmas season.  But Grumpy Cat and friends know the suffering--and this cheery little commercial saves the day.

Moar Butter: A Cornucopia Of Cats Eating Corn

Can cats eat corn? You betcha, and a multitude of internet images do not lie! While our feline friends are obligate carnivores and non-meat foodstuffs like grapes, onions and chocolate are to be avoided, vegetables such as corn are just fine when enjoyed in moderation. As for these cats cheerfully chomping corn on the cob, moderation is the fur-thest thing from their minds. With that said, let the niblet nom-nom-nomming begin!