May 3, 2024 Rae Blogs

In recent years, bee pollen has emerged as a superfood for both humans and pets alike, thanks to its myriad of health benefits. While often praised for its nutritional value in human diets, bee pollen also offers a host of advantages for our canine companions. From bolstering immunity to supporting overall health, let’s delve into the remarkable benefits of bee pollen for dogs and explore the nutrients that make it a valuable addition to their diet. The Nutrient Powerhouse of Bee Pollen Bee pollen is often referred to as nature’s perfect food, and for good reason. This golden substance is…

April 29, 2024 Rae Blogs

In the vast landscape of dog breeds, few can match the captivating charm and unique allure of the Alaskan Klee Kai. Often mistaken for miniature Huskies due to their striking resemblance, these pint-sized pups possess a personality as captivating as their appearance. From their spirited demeanor to their inherent intelligence, the Alaskan Klee Kai is a breed that continues to capture the hearts of dog lovers worldwide. Unraveling the Mystery Behind the Alaskan Klee Kai Originating in Alaska in the 1970s, the Alaskan Klee Kai was selectively bred by Linda Spurlin with the intention of creating a smaller version of…

October 13, 2023 Rae Blogs

As a pet parent, there’s no denying the love we have for our furry family members. However, with the joys of having pets come the challenges of ensuring their well-being, especially when it comes to pesky pests like fleas and ticks. These tiny critters can make your pet’s life miserable and lead to health issues if left untreated. But fear not, as we’re here to explore effective natural remedies to help you keep your dogs and cats flea and tick-free. Natural remedies for fleas and ticks can be effective at removing them from your home and pets. It’s always best…

October 9, 2023 Rae Blogs

When it comes to spoiling our four-legged friends, we all want the best for them. One way to show your love and care is by offering them healthy, tasty treats. Why not choose nature’s goodness? Fruits and veggies can make fantastic and nutritious dog treats. Let’s explore 10 wholesome options your pup will adore. 1. Carrots: Crunchy Delights Carrots are low in calories and high in fiber. They’re an excellent choice for dental health, and most dogs love the satisfying crunch. 2. Apples: Sweet and Nutritious Apples are packed with vitamins and minerals, making them a healthy option. Just remember…

November 30, 2017 Rae Blogs

Two of my dogs are a Chewy Influencer and we absolutely love it. Of course all of my dogs get to enjoy the goodies I pick out for them each month. We get 1-2 times from a specific list that we get sent to us for free to review over on Instagram. It’s fantastic being a Chewy Influencer as I know if there’s products I should purchase again, or if my dogs didn’t fully enjoy it as much as I shouldn’t order it or not as frequent. For this month we picked out two fantastic items. One was treats and…

June 9, 2017 Rae Blogs

  There are multiple benefits to giving your dog a bully stick and we will discuss some of those reasons here. Bully sticks come in a variety of sizes and can be made thicker if you buy ones that are braided together. You can also purchase them as spirals or other designs to help them last a bit longer with your dog. I have yet to meet a dog who didn’t enjoy a bully stick. Some dogs took some time to figure out what it was while others went to chewing instantly. I have found you the best place to…

April 14, 2017 Rae Blogs

Have you tried Nutro Dog Food? We got the pleasure of getting a month supply of dog food for free from Chewy to review. This is our honest review of the product so far. We are using the Nutro Dog Food for the entire month of April. If we like it, which so far we do, we plan to switch our dogs to it. In order for me to have gotten this product, I agreed to do 3 blog posts on it, so here is the first one!¬† This first post isn’t going to go too much in depth on…

February 17, 2017 Rae Blogs 4Comment

Dog Toothpaste DIY So many of you know the importance of teeth care for yourself, but what about for your furry friends? How often should you brush your dogs teeth? Daily should be your goal but it’s something you’ll work up to. Even if your dog has good teeth, minimal to no plaque build up brushing up to 3 days a week can be very helpful. How much will I save by brushing my dogs teeth myself instead of constantly getting it done at the vet? The answer to this is tough but personally each dental visit costs me around…