Pets are part of the family, and we want to ensure they always look their best. That’s why grooming them at home is essential rather than taking them to a professional. It can be daunting, though, especially if you’ve never done it. So in this blog post, we will provide you with some tips on how to groom your pet at home like a pro!Read more
It can be hard to tell when your pet needs to go to the vet. Sometimes they show obvious signs like vomiting or diarrhea, but other times they may not exhibit any symptoms at all. That’s why it’s important to know what behaviors are cause for concern. In this blog post, we will discuss seven things that indicate it’s time to take your pet to the vet. Keep these tips in mind, and you’ll be able to better care for your furry friend!Read more
Adopting a new pet isn’t a decision to make on a whim; in fact, your family should have no doubts about it if you decide to go through with it. Although some unexpected things are bound to happen eventually, excessive excitement and enthusiasm from your entire family are telltale signs it’s worth a conversation. Whether you’re unsure or ecstatic about getting a dog, these important family discussions to have before adopting a puppy will help you determine whether it’s the right decision.Read more
Not all dogs are afraid to visit the groomer, but it can feel like the worst day of their lives for some. These are a few ideas to help calm your dog’s grooming anxiety. Your dog will be confidently visiting the groomer in no time.Read more
All dog owners aim to provide a suitable environment for their fuzzy friends. From what they eat to grooming, taking good care of your dog makes it healthy and happy. Consequently, spending time with a dog helps reduce stress and anxiety, including lowering blood pressure and cholesterol levels. So, to reap such benefits, you should ensure your dog gets quality nutrition and plenty of exercises.Read more
May 2003 on our way home from our honeymoon, after being married for only one week we made the first big commitment of our married life, we became pet parents. We picked up an adorable yellow Labrador and I instantly feel hard for that little fur ball. On the drive home we decided on a name, Deuce. As Deuce lay on my lap I soaked in all his cuteness, pondered all the fun we would have, memories we would make, and then suddenly a wave of sadness took over me. My husband inquired why I was so sad, I should be happy! And he was right, though in that moment, in the beginning of that beautiful relationship, after giving my heart to that adorable puppy, I also knew that one day he was going to break my heart.
Fast forward 10 years, one house, four cars, one cat, and three kids later and our Deuce was diagnosed with diabetes. I felt horrible. It was my fault, I would just buy him whatever dog food, and treats, etc. were on sale. I never paid attention to ingredients, additives, preservatives, etc. That last year of his life was SO HARD to witness. I gave him his shots twice a day, he had so many accidents in the house, and he eventually lost his sight. It hurt my heart so bad to watch this magnificent dog who loved to run around and play fetch with his favorite ball suddenly deteriorate. My husband slept on the kitchen floor with him that last night, the next morning Deuce couldn’t even move, and we knew it was time, it was time to say goodbye, it was time to close that chapter, and I couldn’t help but think back to the beginning. The day we welcomed a yellow Labrador named Deuce into our hearts and that little fur ball lay on my lap, it felt like I blinked.
After losing Deuce I wasn’t certain if my heart could go through all that again. But, there definitely was a void without having a four-legged family member roaming the house. So we did it again, this time we welcomed a chocolate Labrador, Wyatt. Wyatt is the most energetic, mischievous, crazy, cuddly, sweet, rambunctious dog I have ever had the pleasure of meeting. He has torn up our kitchen floor, chewed through the kitchen table leg, chewed chairs, torn our comforters, gotten out a couple time, and so much more, he definitely keeps us busy; there hasn’t been one dull moment since he entered our hearts and home.
And this time I refuse to have a diabetic dog. I am much more conscientious when it comes to the food and treats I purchase for him. He also has some food, skin, and environmental allergies, so finding food that works for him is a bit more complicated, which was why I practically lost my mind when I learned about Pet Wants. Pet Wants is a local pet food company, which makes fresh, sugar, gluten, dye, wheat, corn, & soy free pet food. And…and this is the best part, they deliver right to your door!!!
What’s Wrong with Name Brand Pet Foods?
Most commercial pet food is manufactured in mass quantities and sent to a series of distribution warehouses before finally making it onto the shelf at your local store. There it sits…and sits…possibly for up to 6-8 months before it’s purchased for consumption. Because pet food loses its nutritional value over time, pets can ultimately end up eating a diet that’s low in nutrition and can ultimately lead to unnecessary sickness, disease and even a shortened life.
How Are Pet Wants Products Different?
Pet Wants proprietary pet food formula that has been carefully developed over the years. Since their food is slow-cooked to lock in nutrients and is made in frequent, small batches, the result is fresh and highly nutritional food. Best of all, you can relax knowing they are providing the best possible food for your pet—delivered right to your door—for the same price as most premium commercial dog foods. It’s simple. Freshness is the key to good nutrition. You and your pet will appreciate healthy, complete and balanced pet food made from fresh, all-natural ingredients. http://www.petwantsperrysburg.com/
Wyatt loves Pet Wants food and I love the peace of mind that comes with knowing I am purchasing food that is good for him, that is fresh, and contains no fillers or by-products.
Pet Wants offers a variety of Pet foods and products, including:
- Dog Food
- Cat Food
- House Made Jerky
- Salves, Balms, & Sprays for Dogs
Pet Wants goodie bag filled with the following:
- 1 bag of Pet Wants Beef Jerky Treats (Grain Free, Single Ingredient treat, great for pups with allergies or food sensitivities)
- 1 tin of Paw Wax (helps to protect and condition pads during the cold winter months)
- 1 12-inch Odor Free, Made in the USA, Bully Stick (Easily digestible, single ingredient, natural alternative to Rawhide)
- 1 Medium Sized Split Elk Antler (Long lasting chew, perfect for puppies or aggressive chewers)
Total Value: $30
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3) Comment stating what feline or K9 family member you will be buying a gift for this Christmas.
Winner randomly selected Dec. 2nd