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Bigger in Texas

As we get ready to travel for the first LifeVantage Elite Academy in 2015, I am so excited I can hardly stand it. Elite Academy is a time for meeting new friends & LV family, gaining belief and motivation to continue this journey toward our goals and dreams, and it’s a BLAST! 114 more words

What is Leptospirosis and Who should be concerned?

Two weeks ago I took Prince to see the vet for what seemed to be conjunctivitis (pink eye). He had excess mucus building up around one eye, and I am prone to contracting pink eye from past experience. 558 more words


Dog Food Part 2: Working Through The Tips

            In our last post, we discussed four tips to help you navigate the pet food industry: (1) Do your research, (2) Price does equal quality… 952 more words

Nose To Tail: Canine Tips And Tricks

Calm Down

I’ve had Pugs now for more than 20 years.

I am no stranger to my vet’s office, nor to the ER vet, nor to the specialty small animal clinic at Auburn University. 360 more words


Dog Food: 4 Considerations When Choosing Treats and Dinner

The dog food industry has come a long way since the days of generic “dog chow” – and it continues to change all the time. It seems like everyone has an opinion these days on their preferred all-protein, no-carb, low-carb, raw-based, home-prepped, homegrown diets and which brands are best and/or should be avoided at all costs. 1,158 more words

Canine Socialization, Behaviour, And Environmental Enrichment

Doo-Doo-Run-Run: What do you do when the doo-doo runs? (Part 2)

(Continued from Part 1)

After eliminating the Answers chicken formula from the rotation, I thought we were good.

(In literature, they call this ‘foreshadowing’).

On Saturday, we went to daycare. 437 more words


Doo-doo-run-run: What do you do when the doo-doo runs? (Part 1)

This week has been a bit of a challenge, friends. This story is in multiple parts. When I first started writing it, it was going to be one long story. 415 more words