dog trolley

Amy Dietrich / October 13, 2020

Review and Buy: Dog Trolleys

One of the best things we own is a dog trolley. When we moved into our home a couple years ago, there was a dog trolley already attached. It’s a large 1.5 acre yard, so it makes perfect sense. Allows the dogs to run, but not “run off”.

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Durachew

Amy Dietrich / June 11, 2020

Review and Buy: Nylabone DuraChew X Bone

Mollie is my 18-month-old miniature schnauzer and the love of my husband’s life. She’s his little girl. It’s endearing to see how much he loves her and wants what is best for her.

Our vet recently told us that for her age, Mollie has a dangerous build-up of tartar on her molars that he doesn’t usually see on dogs her age. This concerned us and we set out to take her oral health more seriously.

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Doggie Lawn

Amy Dietrich / May 18, 2020

Review and Buy: Doggielawn Dog Potty Grass

This is a unique product – dog potty, real grass. On our last trip, we walked through the Philadelphia airport and I was delighted to see a rest area for dogs. It was a fake lawn with a toy fire hydrant. Sure enough, dogs were attracted to it and actually used the lawn as their bathroom. I wondered why they didn’t sell these for home use. Well, it turns out they do.
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dog teeth

Amy Dietrich / May 16, 2020

Top 5 Teeth Cleaning Products For Dogs

I realized people seemed to like my 5 Toughest Dog Toys for Aggressive Chewers post. So, I wanted to try another roundup. Today we’re looking at my top 5 teeth cleaning products for dogs.

Our little Schnauzer, Mollie, is not even two years old yet. Our vet said she had one of the worst cases of buildup he’d ever seen. Simply because she uses her front teeth to chew her bones, they don’t work to crack off the plaque on her back teeth. Although many people may not consider teeth cleaning for dogs essential, your dog can develop periodontal disease. Sure, their teeth and diet are different, without the sugary foods which cause people so much trouble.

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SmartPetLove-Snuggle-Puppy-Behavioral-Aid

Amy Dietrich / May 1, 2020

Review and Buy: Smart Pet Love Snuggle Puppy

I brought home Max Sr as an 8-week old puppy and placed him in his crate the first night. He howled and whined the entire night. After speaking to my vet the following day, I was given the recommendation of placing a small desk clock or analog clock with a towel wrapped around it to mimic a mama dog’s heartbeat. He also advised playing soothing music.  This worked.

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