Why oh why do puppies get so many vaccines in the first three months of life? If your veterinary is not proactively sharing information on why, the real reasons why, not the pharma sales person pitch on why, two totally different monkeys by the way, than you either need to put your foot down, or… Read More The Window of Susceptibility – what you should know
So you have a bit of spare time, absolutely nothing to do for a few hours, no plans, no laundry, no messages, no e-mail to return, YAY! What is the first thing you dive into with this ounce of freedom? A book, a movie, gardening, a long hot bath, a hike, playing with your dogs,… Read More Your voice counts, your comments are needed!
If you are reading this, you are a pooper. If you have a dog, cat, horse, or other mammal, you see and clean up lots of poop. I don’t know much about reptiles but I do know whatever goes in must come out, so they are poopers too. I can tell you that my Budgies… Read More The Definitive Dog Poop Guide
My husband went to the movies with me last night. If I say nothing else, this really says it all. The End. But I like talking to you all so let me fill you in. I have been following the conversation, the controversy, and the clips from the movie VAXXED since April. An official selection… Read More VAXXED The Movie … a review and a reminder, from me to you
Montana is not known as a humid state, in fact for eight of the twelve months it is dry and cold, and with our elevation, add a bit more dry and cold to that. The air is generally so dry it sucks out any moisture I may be hoarding in my own skin, and ages… Read More Resolving Puppy Ringworm
Fear has more traction than love. Fear is more powerful than common sense. Fear moves faster than understanding. Fear makes us fight, run, or freeze. SO, grab your pitch forks, light your torches, gather together, and lets go after those that cause us fear! Oh wait a second, that would be the witch hunts which we… Read More Vaccines, and why this conversation should not be so polarized
Hi All, so I have received quite a bit of feedback, via this blog, e-mail, and in person, regarding my dandelion post. Here is a quick follow up so you can receive this incredible goodness year round. We grow three raised beds worth of greens each summer. We have a variety of lettuces, chards, and… Read More Green Juice Cubes – good for you and your dog