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Pet First Aid Month - Dog Treat Mixing Bowl - Issue #67
March 07, 2015
Poison Prevention Awareness Month & Pet First Aid
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Facebook is also a wonderful place to share pictures of your own homemade dog treats! :) And don't forget about your treat recipients, share photos of your dogs, too. :)
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Poison Prevention Awareness MonthWhen you start baking your own homemade dog treats, it's a good idea to review lists like our List of Foods Poisonous to Dogs. You want the special treat to nourish your dogs body, not be harmful in any way.
That's why we're taking a moment to discuss pet first aid and poison prevention. No one ever wants to think of their sweet baby in harms way. However, you can rest easier knowing that if your dog ever had an emergency, you would be prepared.
You can make your own Pet First Aid Kit by following the list of items from the Humane Society: http://www.humanesociety.org/animals/resources/tips/pet_first_aid_kit.html
Or, you can purchase a well reviewed pet first aid kit from Amazon.
An additional step is to familiarize yourself with some common household remedies for your dog. This way you can treat minor things at home, or ease discomfort while making your way to your local Vet. Plus this first aid book for dogs teaches the basics in pet CPR and what human medications are good, and bad, for your dog.
Besides being prepared with an emergency kit, it's also a good idea to get acquainted with the ASPCA's Top 10 Pet Poison Prevention Tips to know if you have any foods, plants, garden supplies or other household items that need to be removed from any possible pet contact.
We know that you love your dog, so take a moment to ensure that she is safe, and well taken care of in case of an emergency.
Crufts Dog ShowThe world's largest dog show has started. Curl up with your favorite four legged pal and cheer on the many contestants for best breed, flyball, agility and so many more! Catch the last couple days, and the main attraction of the Best in Show competition this Sunday, March 8th.
For more videos, check out their website at http://www.crufts.org.uk/
March Featured Fan - BellaOur Featured Fan for the month of March is Bella. From the picture her mom sent, she looks like a beautiful black lab.
Her mom Amy, has this to say: Bella loves Three Paws Up treats. Her favorite are Peanut Butter Pups.
It looks like she's enjoying that treat! Great photo of a patient and sweet Bella. :)
Be Our Next Featured Fan!Shine the spotlight on your special dog by entering him or her into our Featured Fan newsletter feature. This newsletter goes out to thousands of people every month, why not share your adorable pup with us. :)
If you'd like to have your dog be our next Featured Fan, send in a photo, description and information regarding what homemade dog treat your dog loves.
Hit Reply to this newsletter, or use our Contact Us form to enter your dog to be next months Featured Fan.
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15 Easy Dog Treat Recipes with 5 Ingredients or Less! Then you can make endless amounts of healthy, yummy, tested dog treat recipes that are already being enjoyed by countless dogs.
Here is a recent review for my eBook:
"This is a compilation of some very tasty sounding and easy recipes that any and every dog would love to chomp!"
DogTreatKitchen.com TestimonialsWe get lots of feedback from our website visitors, just like you. Here's what some of them are saying . . .
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Thanks for reading. Until next time,
Happy Dog Treat Baking!
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