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May: National Hamburger Month Topper

Topper of the Month

by Samantha Henson, licensed Clinical Pet Nutritionist and founder of Next Generation Pet Wellness​ May is National Hamburger Month and what better way to celebrate it than to share our love of all things burgers and fries with our dog? This easy-to-make healthy hamburger-inspired topper is sure to have your dog celebrating all month long! …

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April: “Eggstra” Special Topper

April topper recipe

by Samantha Henson, licensed Clinical Pet Nutritionist and founder of Next Generation Pet Wellness​ Have some leftover hard-boiled eggs from the Easter bunny? Let’s put them to good use! This topper features some of the best ingredients spring has to offer and should leave your pup with a hop in his step. Ingredients: – 2 …

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What to do if your dog is aggressive

aggressive dog

by Andrea Marx CPDT-KA, CBCC-KA, CDBC, FDM Dogs communicate with us and other dogs all the time. Unfortunately, if you aren’t trained to see behaviors that precede barking, lunging and biting, it can look to you like your dog just randomly acts aggressive. It’s always a good idea to consult your veterinarian when your dog …

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Massage Therapy for Horses

massage for horses

by Darcie Pfeffer, Certified Equine Massage Therapist Massage therapy is an elusive term and usually brings to mind a ‘spa’ treatment, where the emphasis is on relaxing the body and giving ‘feel good’ vibes. This type of massage is usually seen as pampering the body; a special treat and not a necessity. There is nothing …

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Tips When Your Pet Goes Missing

Lost Pets Losing a pet can be devastating. Pets are our children and when they go missing, we are overwhelmed with loss, sadness, anxiety and a feeling of helplessness. There are a few things you can do to help your pet when they go missing: Go look for them yourself first. That’s priority one. If …