It’s that time of the year again; when we humans get to celebrate and (some) dogs get terrified due to fireworks and firecrackers. It’s not a problem for every dog, but for some, it’s an event with lasting consequences. There are ways of dealing with it; some work better than others, but it really depends […]
Fruits are great, but there are certain do’s and don’ts we must be wary of… Abstract: Yes: Apple, Banana, Blackberries, Blueberries, Cantaloupe, Pear, Pineapple, Raspberries, Strawberries If you remove pits: Apricot, Peach, Plum, Mango NO! : Avocado, Currant, Grapes, Raisins Fruits can be a great snack for dogs and humans alike as they tend to […]
Bigger isn’t always better Everyone likes buying dog food a little bit cheaper, and the most common way of doing that is buying it in bulk. Bigger packaging usually means that you end up with a gigantic bad of dog food that keeps drying out, which is… well bad. The problem with food drying out […]
Have you ever wondered how the big bad wolf became the lovely little pooch in your lap? Humans and dogs, or at least one of the first ancient versions of them, first met in the good old Eurasia and had a surprisingly peaceful coexistence. The ancient humans had a primal connection to nature and they […]
The last post was on topic of dog food labels, where we omitted the guaranteed analysis. This time we tackle the most important yet hardest to understand part of the declaration… and connect it to PAWSM and the perfect meal. Guaranteed analysis Guaranteed analysis or typical analysis tells you how much of which nutrient is […]
Water is life, and there are things every responsible dog owner should know. Abstract water: Keep the water bowl full and clean. Bring water with you on longer hikes. Watch out for signs of dehydration or hyponatremia. Don’t play fetch with your dog in water all day long. Don’t spray water directly down your dog’s […]
PAWSM Nutrient Calculator is all about activity, food… and other factors.