Bella and Finn Meet for the First Time
This is Sarah from Ashevillepetsitter.com and this is Bella (mini dachsund) and Finn (Pomeranian) meeting each other for the first time the other day.
This is Sarah from Asheville Petsitter and today I am sharing a Custom Dog Painting that I just finished for a client.
This is Elvira, a gorgeous black and white boxer dog. The dog in the video is Finnick, my pet sitting client.
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Hey, this is Sarah from Asheville Petsitter and this little dog is Yoshi the Japanese Chin.
Here we are walking at gorgeous Owen Park in Swannanoa, NC. I feel like I live inside a real Bob Ross Painting sometimes. :)
Hey, this is Sarah from Asheville Petsitter and today I said goodbye to one of my favorite little dog clients. Maggie the Pekingese is on her way to her new home with her owners...they are moving out of state.
I am so happy I got to know Maggie so well over the last 5 months. Our house has been her second home.
Hi, this is Sarah, the Asheville Petsitter. This post will show you how to make dog food.
Our old dog Ziggy had a lot of...erm....digestive issues, so Chad and I decided to make his food ourselves.
The main ingredients of a basic dog food include: a meat, a starch, some veggies.
We also fed Ziggy dry dog food in addition to this homemade dog food because the crunchy food helps clean a dog's teeth.
Here's a list of foods dogs should avoid:
3. Grapes and raisins
4. Macadamia Nuts
6. Citrus Oil
7. Baby Food
The content in this page is not a substitute for professional medical advice. Please consult a licensed veterinarian before using the information presented here.
How to Make Homemade Dog Food
*Peel some potatoes. (Potato skin is toxic to dogs! Peel thoroughly!) Cut them up into bite sized pieces and boil. This is the starch component.
*Cook/Boil the meat (we used local organic ground turkey) on high heat. Keep adding water to keep the meat moist. After cooking, strain the meat and rinse off the fat.
*Add veggies: we used peas and pureed pumpkin. Pumpkin is the only thing that stopped Ziggy from having diarrhea.
*Mix everything together. Put half in the fridge for up to 4 days and freeze the rest.
*Optional: soak some acidophilis (the friendly bacteria found in yogurt) tablets in water until they dissolve. Pour this into the mixture.
Ziggy lived to be 16, probably because he ate better than most people! He ate this food for about 4 years until he got tired of it.
This is Sarah from Ashevillepetsitter.com and this super fun Throwback Thursday features my favorite video Chad and I made of our old dog, Ziggy.
As you can see, Ziggy was the star of many funny dog videos.
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