Grocery Pup Cooks Up World’s First Sous-Vide Dog Food

This article was originally published by Pet Guide. Read the original post. By Lori Ennis Recently two very lucky pups (ahem, mine!) got the opportunity to try some delicious vittles from Grocery Pup, the first Sous Vide Dog Food that is available for retail purchase. Your pet’s going to love it so much, they won’t even know…

Grocery Pup Review: Will It Bark As Loud as the Competition?

This article was originally published in Whoof Whiskers. Read the original post. By The Woof Whiskers Staff GROCERY PUP REVIEW If you follow us at all, you know we’re pretty nuts for fresh dog food delivery lately. A few years from now I foresee a large pivot from kibble-based dog food to fresh “homemade” quality foods. Grocery Pup…

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How a healthy lifestyle can extend your dog’s life by almost 2 years

Welcome 2019! Ringing in a new year signifies new beginnings. It’s a time to embark on resolutions to achieve self-fulfillment and well-being: eat better, exercise more, be more productive, finally take that vacation you’ve always dreamed about. But how about making some changes that will benefit your dog too? Done right, these resolutions can get…

Can’t Miss Places to Wine and Dine With Your Dog in Texas

 15 Dog Friendly Restaurants in Texas: Banger's Sausage House and Beer Garden (Austin)- located on the famous Rainey street in Austin, Bangers serves a huge array or beers (for you, not your dog) and brats. Their outdoor patio has plenty of space for you and your pup. Maybe they'll even get a bite of your…

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Fostering pregnant doggies and mommies

Few things are sweeter than a mommy doggy nursing her puppies. But because of irresponsible breeding and failure to spay and neuter, many pregnant and nursing dogs end up in shelters that don't have the resources to care for them. In most cases, these dogs end up on the euthanasia list and puppies become sick…

Guide to Keeping Your Dog Cool in the Texas Heat

Everyone knows Texas summers can be sweltering. Luckily, us humans have the capability to sweat to keep us from overheating easily.  Unfortunately, dogs aren't as efficient at cooling down. This poses risks during hot weather, ranging from heat stress and heat exhaustion to heat stroke. Finding other ways to keep them cool is very important…