Dangerous Foods

Here are 10 of the most dangerous foods for dogs that can be toxic or fatal if ingested.

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Color Check

I did tell you about Color Check that I gave my show horses and it worked AWESOME on them.  The people who make it told me it would work great for the dogs too, you just have to adjust the amount you give them.  Here is what they told me:

1 teaspoon - 50 lbs.
3/4 teaspoon - 30 lbs.
1/4 teaspoon - 15 lbs.

They said you may have to play with the dose a little to know just the right amount per dog.  It did take about 2 weeks before you could really tell a difference in the horses but it made a HUGE difference in them.  I could leave them out in the sun all day and in never hurt their color.  Here is a link to it.  http://www.thenaturalvet.net/Color-Check_c_8.html

It's expensive but it would last a long time for a dog.  I also used something called Omega Check it made their coats very shiny too.  They sell it too.  http://www.thenaturalvet.net/Natural-Pet-Vet-(Cats-Dogs)_bymfg_2-0-1.html

Toy Aussies Blog

The Australian Shepherd has been one of my favorite breeds since childhood, so I couldn't help but to fall in love with its smaller counterpart. The Toy Aussie has beauty, intelligence and instinct wrapped in a compact package but is bold enough to keep a defiant ram in line. Energetic and clever, toy Aussies are well suited for active households, and agility, herding and other performance events permit their natural talents to shine.

Whether you are already a toy Aussie enthusiast or want to learn more about Australian Shepherds, I hope you find the information on these pages useful.