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  • Interview with PocoPet

    Jenn Sturiale from PocoPet and I sat down earlier this year to talk about my superfoods and supplements.

    We talked about her sweet dog, Max von Schnoodle, and discussed New Zealand Green Lipped Mussels, Golden Turmeric, Slippery Elm and more.

    Jenn is the designer and founder of the amazing packable dog carrier sling, The Pocopet. You can bring your small dog anywhere with one of these.

  • Wanna know more about mushrooms?

    Guess what is known to save your dog from cancer, boosts immunity, prevent viral infections, lower cholesterol level, reduce blood pressure, help with IBS, regulate sugar and metabolism, and keeps him super active all at the same time?

    The Superfood: MUSHROOMS!

  • Let's talk about Mussels

    The New Zealand Green Lipped mussels not only have anti-inflammatory properties, but the studies also prove the anti-arthritis effects they offer. They help treat and prevent osteoarthritis. What makes Green Lipped mussels so effective at treating joint pain, it's because they are chock full of a powerful blend of joint health heavy hitters: Omega 3s, Chondroitin, Glucosamine.
  • Bovine Colostrum

    Bovine Colostrum is not a cure all or a magic bullet, but it is a great, natural, holistic superfood to keep in your dog's medicine cabinet to help when your dog is not doing great.  

    We have sourced directly from New Zealand:

    • free of rBST and free of GMO¬†
    • pure and undiluted
    • IgG content regularly tested at 22-27%
    • First Milking ‚Äď collected within 24 hours of birth. Calves' needs are met first.
    • Only produced during a single three-month period every year
  • Canine Nutritionist-Consultants List

    Are you looking for a professional to help you formulate a new diet? Nutritional help to address a specific health challenge? For a canine consultant to review what you're feeding now? Below is a list of Canine Consultants working with all different types of diets (raw, cooked, kibble, etc) put together by Dr. Karen Becker, Lindsay Hadfield, Rachel Godfrey and Renee Morin. 
  • The Powerhouse Bee Pollen

    Besides helping relieve symptoms of seasonal allergies in dogs, did you know bee pollen can also do way more? Bee pollen contains many vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, making it incredibly healthy.
  • The benefits of Golden Paste for your dog

    The powerhouse TURMERIC! Research has shown that curcumin relieves arthritis pain and stiffness better than ibuprofen, and a U.K. study determined that curcumin stopped precancerous lesions from developing into cancer. It can also shrink the size of tumors and kill cancer cells by shutting down blood vessels that feed tumors. 

  • Got Goat Milk?

    Goats' milk is a superfood! Goat milk has a lot of health benefits and is easier digested than cow's milk and lacks the complex proteins that are often associated with allergies.  This is one of the reasons why pet parents turn to goat milk due to it's ease of digestibility in dogs. It contains vitamins, minerals, electrolytes, trace elements, enzymes, protein and fatty acids. It helps with dogs with sensitive GI tracts.
  • Holiday Gift Guide for Dogs & Cats - 2020

    ÔĽŅThe most wonderful time of the year.¬†We've rounded up a ton of fabulous global¬†gift ideas and must-have goods for¬†all the pet parents on your list. Shop for your favourite pet parents with The Best Holiday Gift Guide for Dogs & Cats!¬†
  • Hot dogs (Heat & doggos)

    Hot dogs!  We have to watch out for our dogs in hot weather since they can't tell us if they are not feeling well.  Any hot environment can cause heatstroke. 
  • Duck Eggs - Good for you and your dog!

    Duck eggs are physically close to a chicken egg, just the shell is a little thicker and the yolk is a little bigger.  For dogs with allergies or food sensitivities to chicken (like my dog) then usually chicken eggs are not in the nutrition rotation, and duck eggs are a great option.  Eggs are known as a perfect whole food, a nutritious powerhouse. 
  • Dogs at home during Covid Crisis

    Some ideas on how to keep your dog happy with you home all day during during the Covid Crisis. Our dogs are used to a different schedule and used to sleeping a big part of their days, now they are with us 24/7. We're all doing our part to #flattenthecurve.