Michele Olson


Michele Olson

The Naughty Food List for Your Pup!

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Forty years ago, many people didn’t give much thought to what their pets ate. Dogs were routinely fed scraps from the table. Thankfully, we now know much more about what is good for a dog, what can make them very ill, and how to help them with proper digestion and gut health. Follow this list to avoid the naughty foods and you can expect a nice holiday for your special friend!

Your Dog Just Wrote You a Letter About the Holidays

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Just look at your “to-do” list as the holidays approach! There’s the shopping, extra cleaning, and preparing for guests—not to mention the decorating and finding the time to catch your favorite holiday movies! Whew! You’re busy!

Go Beyond Yogurt for Your Dog

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Many people assume feeding their dog yogurt occasionally is all that’s needed for canine digestive support. Research tells us there’s more to it. In addition to a healthy diet and adequate exercise, it’s important to give your dog a quality probiotic, one made for canines. Here’s the news on why you should consider a probiotic for your best friend.

Does Your Dog Have Sensitive Skin?

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Our furry friends, just like us, can experience sensitive skin. While we can decide what to do when that happens, our pets must rely on us to take action. Make sure you are aware of your pet’s skin, and be prepared to help.

Bringing Home a New Dog? Follow These Five Tips!

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Oh, the excitement when a family decides to take in a new dog! It’s time to grab the dog, and off you go on adventures, right? That’s not the best idea. Here are five helpful tips to make the transition easier for your new dog and you.

Your Dog and Spring—5 Reminders—5 New Things to Know!

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Spring! We love the arrival and want our dogs to enjoy the season. Along with the fresh air comes the opportunity to be aware of some dangers of the season. Don’t miss these timely tips that will encourage a safe spring for your best buddy!