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Signs of wellness in your dog can be a bit trickier to spot than in a person. If you know what to look for, though, the health of your pet becomes apparent pretty quickly. The fastest way to impact your dog’s wellness is simple; high-quality nutrients fed on a consistent basis.
As I’m sure you already know, we’re serious dog people. We have four pups in our house and there’s never a dull moment. I’m slowly introducing our furry side of the family to you as the occasion arises. Meet Karlton, our five year old Miniature Pinscher rescue. After DNA testing him, we discovered that he’s actually a Miniature Pinscher / Lhasa…
Feisty pups are often in need of interaction, adventure and mental stimulation. Meet our feisty girl Dice. We often call her our Ten Pounds of Terror. When we got her DNA results back a few years ago, we just had to laugh at all the question marks on her report. According to the testing, she is mostly Dachshund and Chihuahua with a generous sprinkle of mutt; maybe a little Doberman, Portuguese Water Dog, Coonhound and Irish Terrier.
I’ve been contemplating adding raw food to our dogs’ diet for some time now and using Instinct Raw Boost Mixers seems like the easiest possible way to do that. I’m all for easy.
Bored dogs are unhappy, destructive dogs. This is especially important to remember when you have four pups in the house, one of which is a 65lb ball of energy. Meet Floyd. He is our two year old Boxer/American Bulldog mix that thinks he is a puppy and/or lap dog.