by Sam Walker 9 years ago
I just watched a documentary on CBC's Marketplace (which I believe is to be shown in the US Saturday 29th) and it made me extremely angry. Healthy young dogs becoming sick, dying suddenly, after eating these highly popular treats that are sold in Costco and other major pet stores.I used to give my...
by jaydawg808 7 years ago
Do you feed your dog treats?And if so, what's his/her favorite?
by Paula 8 years ago
Do the dog treats that supposedly help a dog's teeth, really work, and how do they work?I have seen the dog treats for sale in stores like Pet Smart, etc, where they are advertising that if consumed, the dogs teeth and gums will benefit. Do they really work, and if so how?
by ShepherdLover 10 years ago
What is the healthiest type of dog treats to use for training?
by Tonya Wilhelm 5 years ago
Hello. I'm new and just am not understanding why my posts are "too spammy". I thought I could link to products. I don't feel like I have products all over the place. Would love your feedback. Thank, you.Tonya Hi Hubbers,I'd like some help with passing the Quality...
by Kassi Garcia 10 years ago
Do you make your own dog food or dog treats?With so many options out there for dog food and treats I was wondering if any people make their own. If so, how much time do you spend making food for your dogs?
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