— The recall now affects 15-pound and 55-pound bags of dry dog food sold in seven states.
— The limited recall affects certain 15-pound bags sold in Dollar General Stores in four states.
— The tender flesh of a ripe peach is safe for dogs in limited quantities, but peach pits or peaches in heavy syrup should be avoided.
— Having opinions and thoughtful discussion is great, but endless debates over proper dog care can suck the joy out of being a dog owner.
— An Oklahoma woman sells homemade treats as an alternative to ones from China, but will this really solve the complex problem of dogs getting sick?
— Each prize pack contains bags of In the Raw food, Free Ranger Bully Stix, Nice Jerky Venison, coupons, and company swag.
— Some people and companies claim their diet is ideal for dogs, but there might not be such a thing.
— The best designs from the '50s and '60s form the basis for his book, "Dog Food For Thought."
— Finally, retailers are removing jerky treats made in China, which have been responsible for thousands of pet deaths over the years.
— Seven products in the company’s raw food line are being recalled over concerns about Listeria.
— I give my dogs the best food possible, but some otherwise responsible owners I know don't bother. What do you feed your dogs?
— It has no alcohol or hops, but my dogs get as excited about it as I do over real beer.
— In theory, nutrition is more complicated than rocket science, but feeding your dog the right amount does not have to be confusing.
— My dogs love smoothies so much they've begun to perk up at the sound of the blender.
— Three winners each get Pecks treats, Beams treats, Pro Bloom instant goat's milk, and Keen dehydrated food.
— You might know that avocado can be dangerous, but what about carrots, tomatoes, or popcorn?
— We scoured the Web for pictures of the best dog cakes -- and even some cakes dogs can eat!
— Bags of Hubbard Life, Joy Combo, and QC Plus for both dogs and cats are recalled by the company.
— After years of dogs dying from jerky treats, the FDA is finally proposing stricter regulations to strengthen the safety of pet food.
— Few people know that jerky can sicken and kill dogs, and very little is being done about it.
— Despite testing hundreds of samples and inspecting facilities in China, investigators still can't identify the source of the problem.
— Dogs are omnivores with carnivorous tendencies, but they can thrive on vegetarian food.
— Dusty loves a seaweed combo I blend and sprinkle on her food. What are your dogs' strange habits?
— Henrietta Morrison shares recipes from her book on cooking for your dog. We're giving away two!
— The "all natural" effort hits a roadblock.
— Brook Barnes was among the victims of a publicity stunt from dog food company Dog for Dog.
— Nearly 30 products are pulled from shelves by Procter and Gamble Co. for dogs as well as cats.
— In the contests, dogs fight bears -- and trophies were handed out by the dog food maker. The company says it didn't know the true nature of the events it sponsored.
— Heads-up, dog people: The treats contain residue of an antibiotic that's not approved for use in the United States.
— I do this out of concern for my dogs' dental health, but I also monitor levels of carbohydrates.
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