Archive for May, 2010
Surfs Up! Bernese Mountain Dog, Nani takes to the waves at Dog Beach, Del Mar California January 2009. Nani also did a nice tandem ride with novice Kia. Watch this amazing dog surf riding!!!
For more detail, please go to http://www.squidoo.com/surferdogshowcase
Taking your dog on vacation? Here is a tip for bring your dog to the great outdoors this summer.
Your West Highland White Terrier loves a good dog treat, but so does the bear that smells a leftover dog biscuit in the middle of the night and interprets it as an invitation for an all-you-can-eat buffet. Unless you want to attract wildlife and insects, be sure to pick up any leftover kibbles and bits after giving your West Terrier dog treats. A West Highland White Terrier may be man’s best friend, but that doesn’t mean you want to be buddies with every other animal in the forest. .
According to Mail Online, the hulking canine in the photograph is a whippet named Wendy who was born with a genetic defect which caused her to grow larger and much more muscular than others of her breed:
Maile Online states “She weighs 4st4lb – twice as much as she should – and has bulging neck muscles, burly shoulders and haunches like a baboon. And an unlike ordinary whippet known for their lithe and narrow frame, this four-year-old pedigree doesn’t just have a six-pack stomach, she has a 24-pack.”
Wendy is often mistaken as a Pit Bull. But she is not, she is a loving, doubled muscled Whippet that loves to sit on her owner’s lap and get petted.
Research indicates that there have been many contenders for the title of “Strongest dog“, but no clear and confirmed winner has so far emerged. And, in fact, reports about the Whippet, Wendy make no claims that she is the world’s strongest dog.
A chewy texture of Greenies
Throughout the product development phase for Greenies dog treats, research showed that a soft, chewy texture would achieve the best dental care benefit, enabling a dog’s teeth to sink into the chew with every bite. In addition, the flexible texture is specially designed to accommodate different types and sizes of dogs (softer for small dogs and harder for larger dogs), so it’s easy to chew and digest.
Shape of Greenies
A contoured shape with rounded edges fits dog’s teeth and cleans hard-to-reach spots with a “brushing action” as the dog chews; also the shape includes purposely sculpted valleys and ridges designed to accurately direct dogs to specific areas for maximum chewing
Easy digest Greenies
The highly soluble proteins in a Greenies dog treat make the product extra chewy and help the product break down quickly for easy digestion. Greenies dog treats are made of high quality, easily digestible proteins that help keep dog’s teeth clean while also keeping their breath fresh.
The easy to digest and chewy nature of the Greenies dog treat helps ensure that they are safe for dogs when given the appropriate sized serving. Greenies dog treats are 96 percent digestible, which is more digestible than the average dry dog food. The Greenies dog treat is designed with features that encourage dogs to chew off small pieces that are easy to digest. Its formula includes high quality and easy to digest proteins to make it soft, flexible and chewy.
A blend of high-quality proteins, vitamins and minerals make Greenies dog treats nutritionally complete and balanced for adult dog maintenance.
Added natural sources of antioxidants
Greenies dog treats now contain natural sources of antioxidants with the addition of vegetable and fruit inclusions. Antioxidants help to promote a healthy immune system. Taste that is better than ever! For more information, go to Greenies website, or Buy Greenies today!
This article will highlight benefits of The Bully Stick, an increasingly popular, all-natural dog treat.
Unlike most dog treats, Bully Sticks are 100% all natural. And since Bully Sticks contain no chemicals or preservatives, your dog can receive a healthy pet treat. Bully Sticks are also fully digestible and a great source of protein. The Bully Stick itself is a bull’s penis, which is usually either dried or smoked. The most efficient way to prepare the Bully Stick is to hang it vertically, which allows all of the fluids contained in the penis to fully drain. Without these fluids, the finished Bully Stick remains odorless. Not all manufacturers prepare their Bully Sticks in this fashion, but they certainly should – the less odor the better for you and your home!
Compared to traditional dog treats, Bully Sticks last an unusually long time. Of course it depends entirely on the size of your dog, but it usually takes an entire week to get through one Bully Stick. For larger breeds, a Bully Stick could last anywhere between a few hours and a few days. Many dog trainers also use Bully Sticks as positive reinforcement treats during training sessions and to hold the dog’s attention over a long period of time. If you wish to buy Bully Sticks, please go to our bully sticks page.