Dogs big and small love to tug, wrestle, fetch and play – but sometimes things can get out of hand. Tired of picking up the pieces after your pup tears apart yet another stuffed squirrel? Treat your pet to one of these fun, indestructible playthings.
Q: What’s the best way to run with my dog in tow?
Amy Marsh answers
A: Dogs can make great running partners. While they’re young, dogs have all the energy in the world, which is actually a good thing when you’re having a rather un-motivated morning. Their puppy eyes may be all it takes to get you up and out the door. But, before starting a regular routine with your four-legged friend, there are a few factors to consider.
You taught your pup to stay, and he listened! Your kitten clawed up her scratching post instead of shredding the living room curtains!
This calls for a treat – but not just any old pet treat will do. Pick from one of these natural and nourishing pet products available at Vitacost.com.
When you’re doling out your family’s daily supplements, don’t forget Fluffy and Fido! Vitacost.com has plenty of top-quality formulas for dogs and cats – to support healthy joints, shiny coats and more.
Check out these top supplement picks for your pet:
In case you’ve been living under a rock, I’m obligated to inform you that Vitacost.com sells a very large number of healthy products – at the moment the number is just over 39,000 and growing!
Even though I’m familiar with many of the items on the site, I still regularly come across new, exciting products (well, they’re new to me!), so I thought I’d share a few with you.
“Animals are reliable; many full of love, true in their affections, predictable in their actions, grateful, and loyal. Difficult standards for people to live up to.”
-Alfred A. Montapert
Pets. You got ‘em? Had ‘em when you were little? Wish you had ‘em? Wish you didn’t? Glad you do?
We have a cat named India. She came to us on our son Phoenix’s fifth birthday. Synchronistically, she is 5 too.
I grew up with four cats and a big dog, all of which were strays my sister brought home. Our mom took care of ‘em. Oh, we said we would, my three siblings and I, but Mom did all the work. She’d occasionally threaten to take Chief, our big dog, to the “glue factory” when we weren’t helping. To this day I don’t know what that meant, or if there’s even such a thing as a glue factory, but it would scare me enough so as to motivate me to take better care of our dog.
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