Archive for February 12th, 2011

Indoor Dog House Training Or Puppy Potty Training Using A Litter Box? Is This A Joke?

Jacksonville, FL (PRWEB) October 15, 2005

— House training or potty training your dog or puppy to use a litter box is definitely the new rage in indoor dog house training or puppy potty training. Of course, there is a method to this madness and many will tell you that it is the best thing going since dog biscuits for their litter box trained dogs!

This incredibly delightful information is not yet available in bookstores or pet stores. For 100% guaranteed house training your dog using a litter box success, you will most definitely want to get the #1 Best Selling E-book, “How To Litter Box Train Your Dog” by Expert Dog Litter Box Trainer and author, Teresa Heath.

On Teresa’s site she shares her very own personal story about how she discovered the process of house training her dog using a litter box from the beginning. All the trials she encountered as she searched for information but found none. Therefore, after she successfully house trained her dog to use a litter box, she realized many people would want to know how to do it. This prompted her to write an e-book that is like no other.

One of the most wonderful benefits about litter box training your dog is the fact that after they are completely litter box trained, your dog will be able to either go potty indoors or outdoors depending on the availability of the dog owner. This is the most convenient method of house training because no matter what kind of dog you have or no matter where you live, there will be a time when it will be impossible for your dog to go outside to do his business, so what do you do?

For additional information go directly to this delightful website: You will instantly have access to Teresa’s email address and phone number for any questions you might have.


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Dog Lover Gift Store Offers Holiday Sale in Autumn

Annapolis, MD (PRWEB) October 17, 2006 is offering savings to early holiday shoppers with their “Holidays in October” promotion. The 10% off sale is storewide and includes free shipping for orders more than $ 100. has also added new items that can be personalized with dog breed logos and your pet’s name. Some of these items include knit caps, golf head covers, aprons and fleeces. Doodlesport offers more than 80 different breeds and images that can be embroidered on a host of products, as well as themed collars, jewelry, toys and even dog gift baskets.

“Since our items are all custom made, we thought it would be a good idea to get people shopping early for the holidays,” says DoodleSport owner, Amy Vansant Brunell. “The customization makes a very thoughtful holiday gift.”

In addition to their embroidered clothing and gifts, this season DoodleSport is spreading holiday joy with toy-filled gift baskets for large or small breeds.

“The dog gift baskets are a fun item for the dog in your life or for a friend or family member’s dog,” says DoodleSport owner, Amy Vansant Brunell. The larger style basket features a canvas bag featuring an embroidered logo of the breed, while the smaller basket comes with an embroidered tee. Purchasers can choose between the regular toy gift basket or a holiday-themed basket for either Christmas or Hanukkah.

About was founded by Amy Vansant Brunell in 2005 and offers dog breed embroidered logo clothing and accessories for dog lovers and gift-givers.


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Healthy Dog Food for a Longer and Happier Life for Your Pet

Healthy Dog Food for a Longer and Happier Life for Your Pet

Dogs are the most popular pets in America. After all, they’re not “man’s best friend” for nothing. Dogs are loyal, enthusiastic, loving, friendly, attentive, playful and often amusing, making them suitable pets for owners and families.

Being a responsible dog owner requires providing your pet with proper shelter, the space and the attention that it needs (depending on the breed) and a suitable diet.

Sounds easy? Taking care of a dog is rewarding but it’s no mean feat. You may think that you know everything there is to know about caring for your dog, like what to feed it and what to do when it gets sick, but what you may not know is that what you’re doing with your pet may be doing more harm than good.

Take for instance, the type of dog food you give your pet. Pet foods are a relatively new addition to pet healthcare, and have only been around for about the last 100 years. The problem with conventional pet foods, including those which veterinarians recommend, is that they are not biologically balanced for dogs, which are scavenging carnivores, and cats, which are domesticated carnivores.

Many cat and dog food brands also do not use clean, inspected ingredients, thus the regular consumption of commercial pet foods results in a dull coat and causes diarrhea, increased flatulence, intermittent vomiting and prolonged scratching.

A growing number of veterinarians believe that processed pet food is the main cause of illness and premature death in dogs and cats. Studies show that processed dog food is harmful to your pet’s immune system and causes liver, kidney and heart diseases, as well as other degenerative conditions.

Raw Food is Healthy Dog Food

As mentioned above, dogs are scavenging carnivores and eat almost any food that provided calories – but rarely grains. The natural diet of both dogs and cats contain high levels of protein, fats and water, with very little carbohydrates – which is the exact opposite of the dry food diet consumed by most dogs and cats nowadays, which is high in carbohydrates, low in protein and fat, with almost no water.

Majority of the commercial pet foods being sold today are using poor quality meats that have not been approved for human consumption, and are difficult for a dog to digest and assimilate, which can lead to metabolic stress and kidney and liver problems.

Dogs and cats have thrived hunting and eating a variety of small prey for thousands of years; it would be pointless to argue whether or not a raw food diet is suitable for pets. Wild animals also avoid many of the degenerative diseases plaguing domestic pets.

The best dog food is one that is composed of fresh, raw meat, bones and vegetables. Due to financial constraints, we may not always be able to provide that type of diet.

If you are unable or not yet ready to give your dog raw foods, you can compromise with the next best thing: USDA approved canned foods. Quality canned dog food should be complete and balanced, does not contain grains, and contains more protein and fat than dry dog food.

If you can’t avoid not feeding your dog dry food, do your homework and research the best brands. Add up to 15 percent fresh meat to the dry food.

Your last choice should be kibble made with human-grade ingredients containing minimal or no grains. Be sure to give your dog plenty of water if you’re giving it kibble.

A healthy diet gives your dog more chances to live a long, healthy life, and more time to give you happy experiences and memories.

Let’s face it, these are some of the harsh realities:

* Toxic pet food has claimed the lives of countless cats and dogs

* Seemingly innocuous household items pose serious dangers to household animals

* Routine vaccination triggers all sorts of diseases, from allergies to vaccinosis and cancer

It also doesn’t help that most veterinarians adhere to the “reactive approach” in their practice of veterinary medicine, meaning they wait for symptoms of disease to occur rather than address the root cause.

Animals and humans are very different yet very alike in many different ways. But one important similarity is that what’s healthy and not healthy for you goes the same with your pet.

You will be doing your pets a great favor if you follow the principles of natural health and holistic medicine while caring for them. However, finding reliable information about natural and holistic pet care is easier said than done. Finding natural health information for yourself is hard enough.

Dr. Joseph Mercola, founder of, the world’s leading natural health website, knows how difficult it is to find a holistic veterinarian. That is why he called on Dr. Karen Becker, one of the leading holistic veterinarians in the United States, and joined hands to launch

Mercola Healthy Pets is a dedicated towards providing information and solutions to pet owners that will allow their pets to live longer and healthier lives, including the latest news and tips on holistic pet care, nutrition, exercise, behavior, grooming and more.

Dr. Becker has over a decade of experience as a veterinarian and describes her practice as “lifestyle medicine” for pets, as she combines the proactive, integrative and wellness approach in veterinary medicine.

She explains that as a proactive integrative wellness vet, her job is to identify and remove the lifestyle and health obstacles that pets face before disease occurs and recognize that there are multiple ways to unlock the healing potential of pets.

Dr. Becker adds that wellness medicine is a new concept in veterinary medicine which advocates intentional lifestyle choices that transforms your pet from a “surviving” pet into a thriving and vibrant pet.

Under Dr. Mercola and Dr. Becker, aims to become a one-stop resource for natural and holistic pet healthcare. Become part of this new community of pet lovers and guide your pet to a longer and healthier life!

Read more to have a healthy pet and I recommend pet health articles by Dr. Becker for other resources. I also write health articles on my blog to make the owners healthy like their pet.

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