When you bring a dog home, you are not only bringing an animal but you are adding another member to your family. In no time, that little thing will be running around the house with full authority. Your job is to take proper care and make sure that your little one stays away from the diseases.
For years millions of Americans have fed their dogs commercially prepared dog foods. While most people still prefer the convenience of feeding a ready to eat dog food, other people believe that feeding their dogs a diet that replicates what their ancestors ate in the wild is a healthier option. If owners believe the latter, it is important that they learn how to make a raw food diet for dogs.
I was just reading one of the newsletters I subscribe to and saw a safety tip that I just had to share. It warned about the potential for your dog to get its tongue or hair stuck in your paper shredder, with potentially dangerous results.