on Wednesday April 6th, 2011 at 11:05 AM
While Im reading books for reviews and gearing up for the next giveaway, I thought we might all enjoy a brief musical interlude
Were a musical household here. Those of you who know me personally know that my other half is a pianist and classical composer. I spent the requisite four years of high school as a band geek, schlepping a baritone sax that was just about as big as I was. Since then, Ive sung or played in various ensembles off and on the most recently being a stint in the local...
on Wednesday April 6th, 2011 at 09:05 AM
The winner of our Natures Logic dog food giveaway is Erik, whose comment number was picked at random. Erik, please send your contact info to saltysheepdog [at] gmail [dot] com and well get your dry chicken formula (my dogs favorite!) right out to you.
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on Wednesday March 23rd, 2011 at 10:28 AM
Whenever our friends at Natures Logic offer a guest post on a topic related to dog food, we see a spike in the number of related comments and discussions on the subject not just on this blog, which receives relatively few comments, but also on Facebook and occasionally via email. If your level of awareness about whats going into your dogs mouth has been raised over the past few years, thats a good thing.
One great side benefit of offering a rotation diet is that you dont risk gastric upset...
on Tuesday March 8th, 2011 at 09:03 PM
Welcome back to guest blogger Scott Freeman of Natures Logic. Scotts previous article, Does Your Pet Really Need Special Food for Each Life Stage?, remains one of the most-visited articles on this blog. Enjoy this latest posting about interpreting pet food labels.Reading pet food labels can be confusing, even with all the pet websites and blogs filled with tips about how to do it. It is easy to find advice, including articles with suggestions about what should and shouldnt be in the first...
on Tuesday March 8th, 2011 at 09:33 AM
Mardi Gras (Fat Tuesday) marks the last day before the privations of the Lenten season begin. The holiday is celebrated in many places, including Rio de Janeiro and Quebec City but one of the best-known places to celebrate is in New Orleans, LA. Because Easter (and thus, Ash Wednesday) are movable holidays celebrated on different dates each year, the Carnival season in New Orleans sometimes begins right after New Years and culminates on Mardi Gras.
Traditional Mardi Gras parades are sponsored...
on Thursday March 3rd, 2011 at 12:33 PM
Ive heard from quite a few folks through Facebook and the blog who decided to join in the Super Bowl Sunday festivities sponsored by Subaru.com. More than 116,000 dog/owner teams took part in the walk, and all registered teams received some very nice gift packs from Subaru.
I saw the notifications from Subaru on Facebook: Were busy hand-packing each box. Sure, we were expecting some goodies, but I was pleased and amazed to see what arrived on my doorstep just after Valentines Day
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on Sunday February 13th, 2011 at 12:32 PM
The following press release comes from Natures Logic pet foods. You might remember that Scott Freeman contributed a guest blog post on dog food and life stages last year. Anyway, heres what the company has been up to.Natures Logic Donates Over $50k in FREE Pet Food to Animal Non-Profits
Lincoln, NE Natures Logic, the manufacturer of 100% all natural pet foods, is proud of our numerous donations of high quality pet foods to non-profit organizations dedicated to the health and welfare of...
on Sunday February 6th, 2011 at 08:05 AM
Don't be fooled by this photo. We actually have 2+ feet of snow on the ground right now.
Carrie at All Things Dog Blog created this ingenious photo-based Linky so that folks can hope around and visit other pet blogs on Super Bowl Sunday. You should absolutely go visit her page, especially for the doggie football cookie recipe.
As for us, we have a couple of feet of snow on the ground and bright sunshine, so were headed out to the snowshoeing track around our pasture to take part in the Subaru...
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