So these two deals came across my inbox the other day and I thought I would share them with everyone.
Honest Kitchen is an American company that produces human grade dehydrated dog food. That means that not only is the food human grade but the manufacturing meets human standards as well. Personally, I haven’t tried their food (yet) but it does sound interesting…if you would like to try it then here is a coupon code that can be used for a sample bundle (the fine print says that it can only be used in the USA (sigh..not helpful for me) and some bundles may be subject to shipping charges) AWN14.
Animal wellness magazine is one that I just started subscribing to…it has a smattering of articles related to pet ownership and health. The deal is you can get a subscription plus a coupon book for only $19 instead of the usual $24. The code is FF0688. You can check out a sample copy of the magazine here.
The other day, I was doing the preliminary write up about some Canadian made, all human grade dog biscuits I had just bought. As I was writing out the ingredients I realized it contained nutmeg…..this is a big no no for dogs. It can cause hallucinations and has other toxic effects on dogs. Realistically, the biscuits probably contained very little and may not pose a problem for most dogs (especially our 50 pound puppy) but why take the chance with something that everyone says is toxic for dogs? Continue reading
If you walk the aisles of your local pet store you probably have seen the usual fuzzy mice, toys on a string, catnip…but here are some products you really don’t need but are certainly unusual.
Your family hopefully has an emergency kit and it may even contain some ready to eat meals but have you considered your pet’s needs? Well not to worry! Family Survival Supply has RME foods for your pet….I’m not really sure why kibble or canned food isn’t considered ready to eat.
If your cat loves sleeping in the sink then why not get them their own ceramic cat bed? This bed by little cat design is contoured to provide “the sink experience kitties love”.
Tired of the carpeted monstrosities called cat towers? Not to worry this cat tower from The Refined Feline looks more like a piece of furniture that would fit nicely with many decors.
Speaking of furniture, now there are many creative ways to hide your cat’s litter box including this cabinet by Pet Studio….although you could probably just DIY by cutting a hole in a cabinet.
Finally, if you’re looking for a new way to amuse your cat why not try the Cataction Magneticat. It has two magnets that repel each other to make the bug dance.
he other day I was looking for a new treat for the pup instead of giving her a bully stick or a bone. I found Zoe Lifestyle Dog Treats and decided to give it a try.
These treats are soy, wheat, gluten, corn, additives/dyes free. They come in puppy, low calorie, and antioxidant varieties. Today, I’m reviewing the low calorie type. These treats claim to have a “dense, chewy texture” that helps to clean teeth. The low calorie variety is only 92 calories per stick and dogs 30-60lbs can have one per day based on the feeding instructions (we never gave our puppy a whole one). She did seem to love it..just as much as her bully stick surprisingly but had a much more pleasant smell than the bully stick (it’s cinnamon spice flavor) and more importantly…resulted in her having nice smelling breath.
These are a nice alternative to other treats and might be a great option for dogs needing to lose a few pounds (but you still want to give them something special).
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Zoe Healthy Lifestyle Dog Treats are available from all major pet stores from $5/up for 187g/6.6 oz bag