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Too Many Veggies?

By Evan Price While there is some popular opinion that dogs should be classified as omnivores, they are widely regarded as carnivores. The word carnivore literally translates into “to devour flesh”, and if this is what dogs are meant to do, then why would they need vegetables in the diet? After all, you would never

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Dog Training Success Begins In The Food Dish

By Robert Mueller When I discuss the importance of animal nutrition, I like to make comparisons relative to human nutrition because the end results are the same. In essence, the better we feel; the better we are able to stay active, exercise, focus, and learn. This same theory holds true for training your dog. It

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A Little Known Household Essential You’re NOT Using (But Should Be)

By Amber Keiper I recently had the pleasure of chatting with Barbara Todd, founder of Lumino Wellness – a small, woman-owned business based inVancouver, Washington. Lumino Wellness creates natural health and beauty products for the whole family…everything from body care and natural supplements to home, garden, and pet care. One of the main ingredients in

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BREAKING THE CYCLE

By Evan Price As we turn the corner on Winter and stride into Spring, many things happen. The snow begins to melt (unless your name is Rob Mueller…the snow never seems to melt in Iola WI), the trees begin to bloom, and allergies begin to flare up. Right around this time of year, my nose

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