Here We Go Again – Poisoning our Dogs

  Cook for your Dog People!  Make your dog home made treats, stop buying crap at the store that will make your dog sick!  I am livid!!! This just in: More than 1,000 dogs have died and thousands have gotten sick after eating jerky treats mostly made in China, according to pet owners’ reports to […]

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Don’t Let Your Pets Become A Statistic Of Veterinary Care!

Over $50 billion will be spent on our pets in the United States this year. Of that, $20 billion will pay for food, and over $14 billion will be spent on veterinary care. The pet insurance industry is a money-making monster; growing at a rate of 25% each year and projected to be $664 million […]

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Ear Problems, Dirt, Wax & Odors?

Written by Andi Brown Keeping your pets’ ears clean and bacteria free is as essential to their good health, as feeding wholesome, natural foods. Pets with long, floppy ears, such as cocker spaniels, beagles, and labrador retrievers are apt to need more attention than their “wolf-like” looking cousins, whose ears stand straight up. Ears that fold over […]

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Help for Digestive Disorders in Dogs

Digestive Disorders in Dogs (or Cats) Become a Thing of the Past! Dogs with IBS (and Cats With Furballs) is Easy to Correct! –          By Andi Brown, author of The Whole Pet Diet So many people contact me; concerned that their dogs have trouble relieving themselves, experience bouts with IBS and constipation or diarrhea.  Cat […]

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Claire Bear~Rescued Australian Shepherd was Shot At, Heartworm Positive and Facing Death

Rescued Aussie Female Shot at, Heartworm Positive and Very Sick Today is November 1, 2013, and I write this story about our efforts to help save Claire Bear.  We have rescued very sick dogs – hundreds of them.  Claire’s medical condition was not alarming to us, it was quite typical of a dog found in […]

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Avoid Recalls

I was at the vet last week, and a man in his mid sixties wanted to buy a bag of food… I don’t remember if it was dog food or cat food.  The burly man asked the receptionist for a bag of food, and she reached up, and handed him what they recommend for this […]

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Meredith, the Parvo Puppy~Adopted

06/01/13:  I was shopping in DeLand with Sarah, it was “grown-up girl bonding day” (that’s what she calls it), when I noticed a missed call around 12:30 PM from Newman Veterinary Centers in DeLand.  Yes, I have every Vet programmed into my phone.  Sarah was trying on a pair of shoes when I told her, […]

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Kodiak~Adopted

Kodiak is an 18 pound mini Aussie boy that was surrendered to me.  He has been doing very well here with my pack.  He is fully trained, housebroken, leash-trained and quiet. Kodiak went to the vet today, and he is great in the car, and wonderful in the waiting room! He is a few pounds […]

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Holiday Pets: Doc’s Stew

A Gift: I received a very large package from Fedex yesterday, and it was full of goodies from Andi Brown.  Here’s how my dogs reacted! I’m a true believer in this line of products. When I have a sick dog, like Bart for example, all the medicine in the world can’t necessarily save a dog’s […]

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Bartholomew~Adopted

  So much about my experience with Bart was not shared here on this page. I took the time after his adoption to publish his story. Now that I look back, it’s quite amazing!     Adoption:Bart was adopted by M. H. Clark and Pete Mellen, both university professors. No doubt, he’ll have his own […]

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Zeus, Absolutely NOT A Border Collie ~ Adopted

Sometimes we are not sure if a dog has Border Collie in it or not. It might be Aussie, maybe Husky,….. But I can tell you, I am certain Zeus is no Border Collie! This little fellow is a six-year-old Chinese Crested, and, yes, he’s supposed to look like this! Only nine pounds of non-fluff, […]

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Andi Brown and The Whole Pet Diet

Get ready people!  Andi Brown is coming out with a new line for our doggies!  It’s named after Doc, the pup she adopted from us!  I can’t wait to get my hands on this!   History:  It’s been four weeks since Holly and I started making our own dog food.  There are three reasons for […]

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