Monday, September 22, 2014

You Pet's Health Is About Having Fun Too #GetHealthyHappy

During our time helping to promote the "Healthier Pets, Happier Lives" Campaign with Hill's Science Diet, we've already share some important tips to have healthy, happy pets. Keeping your pet healthy includes visiting the veterinarian regularly and choosing a healthy diet. Keeping your pet's body healthy and nourished is pretty important, but what about their mental state?


You can keep your pet's body in tip-top shape, but what good is that if they never have any fun? That's where the little extras come in. There are lots of ways to show your pet you care about them and keep them happy. Don't just get healthy, get happy too and be sure to have some fun everyday!

Saturday, September 20, 2014

Take the #WholeBodyHealth Survey

I am excited to announce that I am participating in the #WholeBodyHealth campaign by Natural Balance and would like to extend an invitation to our readers to participate as well. Together, we would like to know a few things about you and your pet's health, care, and nutrition in order to create a fun infographic.


This project cannot be successful without YOU, so we are asking if you could please spend just a moment of your time to answer 5 short and simple questions below. The survey is anonymous and I promise it won't take long. 

Friday, September 19, 2014

It's Friday! Who's Thirsty?

It's Friday furry friends! That means it's time to sit back, relax, and *maybe* even enjoy a nice cocktail or beer if you're into that sort of thing. Shiner's dog beverage of choice is a PrideBites Paws Lite. How about you?


Thanks to PrideBites for sending this fun new toy over for Shiner. Not too long ago, we reviewed a different PrideBites toy (a pig) here. Check it out - they have some really cute toys.

You can get your own cool PrideBites toy by clicking here. Don't forget to use the code "PAWSITIVELY" at checkout to save 10% on your order.

Happy Friday! Enjoy your weekend everyone! 

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Immunity Response Testing for #PetAllergies at Home With ImmuneIQ

Many cats and dogs are plagued by allergies. In pets, allergy symptoms are typically manifested as itchy skin but they can also cause other symptoms like runny eyes, sneezing, and even intestinal problems. Just like humans, pets can be allergic to all kinds of things that are present in their environment.


I've always suspected that Shiner must be allergic to something in her environment. She likes to lick her paws and other parts of her body. She also has frequent ear infections and scratches her skin a lot. Figuring out what a dog or cat is allergic to is a lot of trial and error. Sometimes, it requires pet owners to try new foods with different ingredients. Without expensive allergy testing, it can take a lot of time and patience.
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