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An Invisible Petsafe Fence for an Aussie – Part I: Prep

Posted on Aug 10, 2012 in Blog, Pet care | 4 comments

Why would you want an invisible fence? Invisible pet fences have become more popular in recent years.  It’s easier to install than a...

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Sydney adjusts to her new home

Posted on May 23, 2012 in Behavior, Blog, Pet care, Training | 0 comments

Bringing her home I cannot imagine what it would feel like to give up your beloved pet.  I guess the part of Sydney’s story that...

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RMB diet is a success & update to the brushing teeth expedition

Posted on May 20, 2012 in Blog, Pet care | 2 comments

Raw Meaty Bones Update: It has been nearly two weeks since Trooper’s first raw meaty bones meal.  He has not had any trouble eating...

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A week into the RMB diet

Posted on May 16, 2012 in Blog, Pet care | 0 comments

Trooper’s First Raw Meaty Bones (RMB) Meal – Yum, a Chicken Thigh! Transitioning cold turkey Many websites advise to switch to...

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A vegetarian goes to the butcher to buy her dog some meat

Posted on May 14, 2012 in Blog, Pet care | 0 comments

My 30 second cost analysis One scoop/meal of Iams dog food weighs 3.6 oz and costs $0.26 (based on the cost of a 33 lb bag).  The same...

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The quest for a better dog food

Posted on May 10, 2012 in Blog, Pet care | 0 comments

Poor Quality Dry Kibble Guilt I went to the store last weekend to buy another bag of dog food.  I’ve always known that Iams is not...

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“Allergy” behavior and the healthiest solution

Posted on May 8, 2012 in Blog, Pet care | 0 comments

When Trooper was a puppy, he ate a generic food that was probably not the best quality.  When he was about one, he started exhibiting odd...

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Rawhides, clean teeth and alternatives for healthy dogs

Posted on May 2, 2012 in Blog, Pet care | 0 comments

Why give your Aussie a bone? All dogs have the need to chew and benefit from having their jaw exercised and teeth cleaned.  Aussies have...

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