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  • PupJoy. A Pet Subscription Box Customized For My Dogs

    from My Brown Newfies

    Tuesday March 24th, 2015 at 10:01 PM

    PupJoy is a new subscription pet box that just launch in January and I was contacted by them last month to see if I would be interested in reviewing their box.

    I know what you guys are thinking.

    Not another pet subscription box review.

    I hear ya.

    Im not huge into reviewing pet subscriptions boxes because there are so many of them out there right now but after checking this one out I was intrigued and I think you will be too because its unique.

    Heres the low down on the PupJoy Subscription Box.

    What...

  • I Wish There Was More To This Story But There Is Not

    from My Brown Newfies

    Sunday March 22nd, 2015 at 09:02 PM

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    So remember how last Monday I said that last week was kind of crappy and that things kept happening that I didnt see coming and they were making me cry?

    Well the bad news is that this week wasnt much better. The good news is that I didnt cry so maybe those hormones went and straightened themselves out.

    I would love to start off with a big elaborate story that leads into this but I dont have one.

    Last week I had a collapsed lung.

    I dont know when it happened but the pain started on Tuesday.

    I didnt...

  • What Is Cetyl Myristoleate And Why Is It In My Dog’s Joint Supplement?

    from My Brown Newfies

    Thursday March 19th, 2015 at 10:01 PM

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    Cetyl Myristolerate is the key ingredient in Natural Stride which is the joint supplement that we have been giving to Sherman for well over a year now.

    When we first started giving it I wasnt familiar with Cetyl Myristolerate so I thought we could have a little lesson on what Cetyl Myristolerate is because its pretty darn cool.

    What is it?

    Cetyl myristoleate is a fatty acid ester of myristoleic acid, a common fatty acid found in fish oils, animal fats, dairy products and butter.Cows, beavers,...

  • 10 Things To Keep In Mind When Searching For A Dog Breeder

    from My Brown Newfies

    Tuesday March 17th, 2015 at 10:01 PM

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    Youve spent months researching a particular breed.

    Youve learned all there is to know about it from common health issues to grooming needs. Now its time to take the BIG step and find a breeder.

    Before you begin your journey here are 10 important things to keep in mind.

    1. Youre not looking for a puppy, youre looking for a breeder. Unfortunately you can find a puppy anywhere. You need to find a responsible breeder to give you that puppy! A breeder who will give you a puppy that is healthy and...

  • 5 Things I Didn’t See Coming Last Week

    from My Brown Newfies

    Sunday March 15th, 2015 at 09:01 PM

    Last week was an emotional week for me.

    I dont know if it was because I was delirious from the melting snow and consistent sunshine or what but a lot of things kept catching me off guard and making me cry.

    Im not normally a crier.

    I mean I cry but not over spilled milk, or puddles or poop.

    But something last week kept triggering my emotions.

    Heres 3 things that caught me off guard and made me cry last week. Its ok if you laugh.

    1. Someone called Leroy a Mastiff. Leroy and I were out running some...

  • Dried Beef Tripe For Dogs

    from My Brown Newfies

    Thursday March 12th, 2015 at 09:44 PM

    Ive been curious about beef tripe for several months now and to be honest it both grosses me out and intrigues me at the same time.

    For those who arent familiar with tripe it is the stomach lining of grazing animals, mostly cows but it can be from animals like sheep. Today we are specially talking about beef tripe.

    Ruminant animals (an animal that has more than one stomach and swallows food and then brings it back up again to continue chewing it) have multi-chambered stomachs, and tripe...

  • De-drooling. Tips On Removing Dried Dog Drool From Your Home

    from My Brown Newfies

    Wednesday March 11th, 2015 at 10:01 PM

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    Im hesitant to say that Spring has sprung in our neck of the woods but the signs are all there. The snow is melting, the birds are chirping and the sun has shined more days in a row this week then it has in the last 4 months.

    Im sure theres a small snowstorm looming somewhere but Spring is near so its time to get to that Spring cleaning list!

    First up on our list is to de-drool the house.

    Im not de-drooling the dogs. I love their drool.

    But I do need to de-drool all the crusty drool that they...

  • Please Cut Off Tag Prior To Play!

    from My Brown Newfies

    Sunday March 8th, 2015 at 09:40 PM

    Last week I made a shocking discovery.

    Theres this tag on Leroys FurBallz.

    It says Please Remove Prior To Play.

    My first thought of course was that I was a horrible person for NOT ever reading the tag.

    My second thought, after I read the tag, was that I was horrible person for leaving the tag on. So I started to think how this little tag could be harmful, expect for the obvious-some dog tearing it out, the only thing I could come up with is that it could possibly get caught on a dogs tooth. A big...

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