Second Sunday in September People love their pets. We quickly grow attached to our pets. National Pet Memorial Day is an opportunity to bring closure to the departure of our beloved pets. It allows us to fondly remember our departed pet(s). There … Read More
Lyme disease is a scary thought for people, with approximately 30,000 cases of the illness being reported to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) every year. But are you aware that Lyme disease can also affect dogs? Like … Read More
During the hot summer months, your dog can suffer from all sorts of season-specific problems. To make sure you keep your dog healthy this summer, it helps to have some advice. Here are some tips to help make sure your … Read More
Is your barking dog driving you crazy? Before calling it bad behavior, consider the possible causes since barking is dogs’ most useful form of vocal communication, and serves a variety of functions. Reasons Dog Bark Territorial Barking: excessive barking in response to … Read More
Is Xylitol dangerous for dogs? Most people have heard of the alternative sweetener called xylitol. This sugar substitute is often recommended for diabetics and has been praised for its ability to reduce the process of tooth decay. Xylitol has … Read More
Pets in an assisted living community. No matter the size – it is important to choose the right dog for pet ownership in an assisted living community. Moving into an assisted living community should not require one to give up … Read More
How to spot service dogs. Service dogs are specially trained to assist people with disabilities. Service dogs are more than just guide dogs for the blind. Service dogs are working dogs. In addition to hearing dogs and guide dogs, … Read More
“How much should my dog eat?” Dogs come in all shapes and sizes, so it can be tough to decide just how much your dog should be eating. Feed him too much and you’ll have an overweight pooch that could … Read More
A NATURAL FORMULA FOR ANXIETY – Zesty Paws Calming Bites are peanut butter flavored chewable supplements with natural and organic ingredients that help dogs with nervous, anxious, or aggressive behaviors feel calm and comfortable.
FEATURES Suntheanine® – These calming treats contain 30mg of Suntheanine® per chew, which is a pure and GRAS-designated form of L-Theanine that helps stimulate brain waves to promote relaxation with no drowsy effect.
HELPS WITH HYPERACTIVE & AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOR – Each chew contains Thiamine and Organic Chamomile, which act as a relaxer that can help reduce jumping, biting, and barking from dogs that display aggressive or hyper active tendencies.… Read More