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The Scoop...on Poop!

No one ever seems to want to talk about dog poop, yet elimination is an important part of digestion and one you should pay attention to.  Being on "poop patrol" when your dog does his biz is imperative when monitoring your pet's health.

In their article, The Poop On Dog Diet And DigestionDogs Naturally Magazine shares how important it is to monitor your pet's "output", and how it can give you a glimpse of what is going on inside your pet.

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The Raw Truth On Feeding Your Feline

The Feline Nutrition Education Society shared a great article on getting your cat transitioned over to a raw diet.  Cats are true carnivores and thrive the best on a raw diet.

Entitled, Beginner's Luck: Where Do I Start?, the article discusses the steps to getting your Boo ready for the switch and information you'll need to know to do so, as well as ideas for the actual food transition and what you can expect once he is consistently chowing down that raw food (including LESS in the litterbox, silky fur, and more energy!)!

 

This Week's Adoptables from HAWS

The lucky family that adopts one of the pets featured here on our blog will receive a coupon from HAWS good for a “congratulations” gift bag from End of the Leash!

To learn more about how to adopt through HAWS, please visit their adoption page.  You may also give them a call at 262.542.8851.

 Princess is a wonderful senior kitty at 14 years of age.  Like wine, she has just gotten better with age.  She is super sweet and would love an owner to grow old with.  Stop by HAWS today to meet her :)

Princess is a wonderful senior kitty at 14 years of age.  Like wine, she has just gotten better with age.  She is super sweet and would love an owner to grow old with.  Stop by HAWS today to meet her :)

 This lovely young gal is not quite full grown. She was found outside all alone and homeless. She is very sweet. She has lovely pink eyes and a beautiful white fur coat!  That's why they call her Candy Cane. Please come in and visit with her.  To learn about house rabbits as companions go to  www.rabbit.org .

This lovely young gal is not quite full grown. She was found outside all alone and homeless. She is very sweet. She has lovely pink eyes and a beautiful white fur coat!  That's why they call her Candy Cane. Please come in and visit with her.  To learn about house rabbits as companions go to www.rabbit.org.

 

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