Tag: dogs

Have You Noticed Changes in Your Dog’s Behaviour? It may be Anxiety.

Every single day in 2020 has been a roller coaster from one day to the next. From the current stages of re-opening in Canada to the continuing riots just south of our national border, the globe is continuously changing on a day-to-day basis. The… Continue Reading “Have You Noticed Changes in Your Dog’s Behaviour? It may be Anxiety.”

RAW Protein Part I: Protein Structure and Amino Acids

Protein has been established as one of the most significant subjects to include when discussing nutrition and health. Any fitness professional will suggest tracking protein type and intake, and the pet owners are starting to do the same for their animals. For those feeding… Continue Reading “RAW Protein Part I: Protein Structure and Amino Acids”

Not All Pet ToothPaste Is Created Equal: Using and Bluestem and Nylabone Toothpaste to compare ingredient efficacy.

There are a lot of products on the market today for managing your pet’s oral care. Greyhounds have a bit of a reputation for nasty teeth, and when I adopted Crowley, I made sure to have the right tools on hand to get the… Continue Reading “Not All Pet ToothPaste Is Created Equal: Using and Bluestem and Nylabone Toothpaste to compare ingredient efficacy.”

Are the Ingredients in Joint Supplements Effective for Your Dog?

Crowley has mild arthritis in his right front carpal joints (as diagnosed by his current vet). He’s only four, but as a retired racer his racing career did cause some damage as his other scars show. I want to keep him moving with me… Continue Reading “Are the Ingredients in Joint Supplements Effective for Your Dog?”

[Product Review] – The Haapaw Leash is The Leash for a Neighbourhood Stroll

Right when I got the email confirming I would be adopting Crowley back in October 2019, the first task I crossed off my list was finding a leash and collar. The adoption group I went with already informed me of a greyhound’s need to… Continue Reading “[Product Review] – The Haapaw Leash is The Leash for a Neighbourhood Stroll”