Glucosamine: Helping Dogs with Hip Problems

Glucosamine: Helping Dogs with Hip Problems

Pet owners who adore their dogs (and who doesn’t) often have to face the difficulty of hip problems in their beloved best friend. Some breeds are more prone to hip problems, and the sad fact is that this kind of problem can lead to expensive medical procedures or a disability in the animal. Due to the seriousness of this, veterinarians have worked overtime to try to find workable solution to canine hip problems. A Breakthrough Supplement The good news for dog lovers everywhere is the supplement Myristin®. This product has been used since 1996 as a holistic supplement for dogs, […]

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Leashes for Kids – My Personal Thoughts

I recently took part in adding my two cents onto a forum at Moms.com about my opinion on leashes for kids. Someone wanted to know if they were useless. I couldn’t really say I felt they are useless and just like with most parental decisions, I have to only base my personal opinion on items, such as kid leashes, based on my own strong parental beliefs and experiences. I decided that I wanted to open my mind about this topic and find someone who could give me valid life lesson or some opinion on kid leashes that would allow me […]

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Milk-Bone Brushing Chews™ for your Doggy {Review}

I am not the only one who benefits from being a blogger, Jenny the Pug is also being able to benefit from the product samplings this month! Recently we received a box of Milk-Bone Brushing Chews™ for the sweet Pug in our life. When we adopted Jenny the Pug a couple of years back, we found out that her teeth were not taken care of very well. Right now it’s a choice of keeping up the best we can with her teeth because dental hygiene is important for your pets. Luckily, Jenny’s teeth issues are not anything negatively affecting her […]

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Having a Pet Insurance Plan Will Make Life Easier Down The Road

Imagine you have just bought a puppy. After you’ve trained it to learn a few simple tricks, guided it through house training, and really integrated it into your life, how would you feel if you came back from work and found him hurt or very ill? Let’s say you found out that he ate something unsuitable and needed a visit to the vet, but the bill would be outrageous. Would you look at your puppy, decide to keep the money and just leave it to face the consequences of not receiving any medical care? Even though it sounds outlandish, this […]

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I keep Saying Let’s Rent a Camper

One thing we did not get to do this past Summer that my family has wanted to be able to do is stay a weekend somewhere, preferably camping out so maybe we can have our pug with us. I don’t like the idea of trying to find a place to put Jenny the pug up nor do I have anyone who can house sit the doggy. I know our kitty would be fine, as we can leave him ample water and food, but the dog? Well dogs are not self sufficient in ways of the kitty. With that being said, […]

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The Lost Cat and Pug Guard Dog #pug #kitty

Our first few nights in the new house we had a visitor, well he came over in broad daylight too… A super friendly beautiful kitty with thumbs.. so I believe that is called double pawed? Either way, he is adorable. The kids questioned feeding him and we said no way! Never feed a stray animal, he will keep coming back. The kids loved him, we loved him, but he was not our kitty… After a couple of days of this cat trying to get into our house, we noticed that he was over at the neighbors so I asked their […]

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When You Give a Pug a Bone

The life of a pug seems pretty easy. This pug in particular has a pretty great life, she is loved by all of the kids and has become like another child to me. Never in a million years would I have thought that one day I would call a dog my “other kid” but that is how I truly feel about Jenny the Pug.  She even calls me Mama, okay maybe not for real, but I bet she does think it. The life of Jenny the Pug is pretty simple and straight forward. Mostly she enjoys eating and napping but […]

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$50 Gift Card Winners from IAMS Pet Post Conversation

I just loved having a giveaway sponsored by IAMS which engaged a conversation around the topic of how you keep your pet healthy and how your pet has changed your family life. The stories shared were so heartfelt and I just loved reading them, I hope that you will visit the blog post and read more of the stories that were shared. Sadly I can only give away five $50 gift cards as stated in the previous giveaway post. So using Random.org I have the 5 winners of the $50 gift card and wish to share their story with you […]

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The Best Family Decision – To Have a Dog {giveaway}

When the boys were younger, they were considered my double diaper duty boys, because they are two years and six days apart. Each had to be changed almost simultaneously and it made for a busy lifestyle while also having a daughter who is four years older than the first born boy.  This was the time my children begged and pleaded for a dog, we decided that at that time there was no way, no how, I could have a dog. Years later, when the boys were out of diapers and all were heading to be in school, I realized that […]

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Jenny the Pug and her Silly-ness

I really never, ever thought that I would love a dog as much as I love my sweet Jenny the Pug. Sure I always wanted a pug, certainly preferred a black pug over the fawn but this sweet dog at age six is such the perfect fit for my family. Jenny the Pug has been getting fed by my four year old son, and it’s making her a somewhat naughty dog. Not so naughty that she will be on Santa’s naughty list, but naughty enough to the point where I can not eat at my recliner without her begging. As […]

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