Nate Schoemer Show | Episode 11 – Steve Baxley




A Backpack Can Give Your Dog A Job

Dogs need a job. Yes, a dog with a job is a happy dog because he is doing something useful. A back pack that is made for dogs can provide that job to most dogs.

What Should Be in a Balanced Dog Meal?

There are many different kinds of pet food available in stores these days. If you want to take good care of your pet, it’s important to feed it a complete and balanced meal. Dog food companies must meet certain food requirements in order to brand their pet foods as complete and balanced. Officials from the Association of American Feed Control establish these requirements.

Allergies in Dogs – Is My Dog Allergic to Carpet?

Most pet owners who have a dog with allergies will tell you that they are fed up with all of the continuous vet visits and medications. What they don’t know is that, MOST of the time, dogs don’t have “allergies” at all. Learn about this vet-kept secret and ways to fix it here.

Golden Retriever Puppy Training – Don’t Make This Mistake

Now that your Golden Retriever puppy is with you, your house and home is not the same anymore. If you are like me and many others like us you are thrilled no end by your puppy’s charm. But sooner or later you need to start his education. Find out about one major pitfall by reading this article!

Man’s Best Friend – Not So Fast

America loves her pets. In fact, I have a dog park not too far from me, and the other night I noted some 72 dogs in the park, wow. That’s quite a few folks who care enough to exercise their dogs and get them out of the house. Also, it seems to be a place where kindred spirits, dog loves, congregate too. Let’s talk, because apparently not all is as pleasant in the dog park utopia as it seems.

Dog Nutrition: Why You Should Never Give Food Scraps to Your Dog

I tend to find the scene both funny and very cute and I bet most dog owners do too. Having you dog sit by your side at the table and look at you with those adoring and “I didn’t do it” eyes usually makes anyone melt, but there is another side of the coin to know about because of its incredible importance in your dog’s health and life.

What To Do If Your Dog Keeps Scratching

In this article you are going to discover what actions to take if your dog is consistently scratching. While at the first glance scratching might not seem like a big problem, the fact is that it is, because if scratching is uncontrolled it can lead to hair loss, skin damage and infections. The fact is that scratching can affect all dogs no matter how big or old the dog is.

How To Choose Unique Dog Names That You And Your Pet Will Love

One of the most anticipated parts of getting a new dog is giving it a name. You spend a lot of time thinking about a unique dog name. You can always go for the common names such as Max, Buddy, Lady, Sam, Lucy and others. The problem with choosing a common name for your dog is that when you are in a park there will be several dogs there with the same name as your dog. This is why it is better to go for unique dog names.

Tips for Training Your Canine

Dogs learn at different rates. Many breeds tend to be easy to teach and respond swiftly, while others demand a lot more work and firm handling. Just how fast your dog will learn is going to be determined by which training method you’re using, how consistent you are and the type of puppy. It will additionally be determined by your dog training methods

Organic Dog Food – Pros and Cons

Pet owners who want the best for their dogs often choose organic dog food instead of regular dog food, but is this really the right choice? Should pet owners like you solely rely on the commercials of big pet food brands or should you look into choosing a more organic diet for your dog?

Plants That Act As Natural Tick Repellents

Fleas and ticks can lead to various skin disorders in pet animals. There are several herbs that can protect your pet from fleas, ticks and other insects naturally.

Pet Rescue Experience

I have been a big proponent for dog rescues. I have bought into the idea that puppy mills and some breeders, are bad, and rescue groups are a god send.

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