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Frenchie’s Kitchen at NY Pet Fashion Show!

Check us out on the Dog Walk! Frenchie’s Kitchen sponsored the New York Pet Fashion Show, where hundreds of people attended to watch dog couture at its finest. The event is held every year in the eve of New York’s Fashion Show and it is the largest animal rescue benefit in the USA. The show features themed catwalks, with dogs in high fashion costumes walking alongside their owners. Rescue dogs also paraded down the runway in hopes of finding a dog lover to take them home. Attendees where able to enjoy samples of our three flavors of human-grade dog food; our chicken, beef, and turkey meals where the delight of the dogs who tried it and they even left home with swag.

Meet the royal Fiesta pooches of El Rey Fido

El Rey Fido coronation takes place Saturday By Mary Claire Patton – Digital Content CuratorPosted: 2:41 PM, April 15, 2019Updated: 3:40 PM, April 15, 2019 SAN ANTONIO – El Rey Fido is an annual Fiesta fundraising competition benefiting the San Antonio Humane Society. More than $100,000 was raised as part of the fundraising efforts for 2019. The top furry fundraisers are given the honor of being on the El Rey Fido royal court. Happy Happy Hazel – El Rey Fido XVIIShe is the brand ambassador for Frenchie’s Kitchen dog food company and a registered therapy dog with Therapy Animals of SA and Pet Partners. Sophie Batchelor – Princess of the Food BowlShe was mistreated at a young age and is thankful to now have a forever family who adores her.  She joined the competition to pay her happiness forward by raising money for pets at the SAHS, so they can find their forever home. Bette Mid-grr – Duchess of …

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Honey for Dogs

There are many recognized benefits of honey for humans; as raw honey has anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and anti-fungal properties. Honey is also naturally high in enzymes, antioxidants and flavonoids, containing essential nutrients and vitamins.  Furthermore, it is proven to kill anti-resistant bacteria including MRSA. Honey has been used by people around the world since ancient times because of its benefits, and it is non-toxic to dogs. With some direction it can be used to treat allergies, heal wounds, aid with digestion, ease up kennel cough, prevent ear infections, and soothe itching. That said, it is imperative to make sure that the HONEY used is 100% RAW and pure; meaning that it is unheated, unpasteurized and unprocessed, without any additives such as corn syrup or sugar. Processed honey that has undergone a heating process will loose most of its properties. A way to ensure you get the best quality is to buying from trusted local sellers or …

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5 Spring Safety Tips for Dogs

Spring is officially here, and with that comes a new set of things to consider for your dog’s safety. Here are our top 5: 1. Bug Protection Though you may have taken the winter off from flea and tick prevention because your dog is not spending time outdoors, it’s time to start up again before spending extended periods of time in the park or any wooded areas. These pesky bugs can be a nightmare to get rid of and can carry diseases that could prove fatal to your dog. Protect your dog with any one of these flea and tick products for dogs. 2. Pet License Update Make sure to get your dog’s animal license renewed and securely fastened to their collars. Having proper tags on your animal will ensure you’re reunited with your dog should they be separated from you. 3. Up-to-Date Vaccines Another one to brush up on any time of year, staying on …

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Why dogs don’t live forever?

This is a rhetoric question and one we can’t claim credit for. If you have never heard of Rodney Habib, let me make an introduction. He is a passionate dog lover, pet influencer, nutrition blogger, radio host, writer and professional speaker who features in the popular site Planet Paws. In this Ted Talk available on YouTube, he talks about nutrition being an important factor to maintaining your dog’s health and increasing their longevity. His introduction is very humorous as he moves to talk about the major ailments affecting dogs today. A tendency for dogs nowadays is to die younger that their expected lifespan because of diabetes, obesity and cancer. Based on a recent study, it was discovered that 30-40% of all cancers can be prevented by dietary changes, since 90% of this devious disease is the result of environmental factors and only 10% is genetic. Listen to this 15 minute talk powered with information that …

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Winter Tips for Dog Safety

Keeping your dogs warm this winter and keeping them safe is a must if you live somewhere with below freezing temperatures. Although most Southern states are heading towards spring, other parts of the country are still experiencing cold temperatures all the way through April. Besides the obvious, keeping your dogs inside is not the only way to keep them warm. Taking measures like nutrition, hydration, protection, and grooming are key to keeping your furry family member healthy and happy through these frigid months. Some dietary recommendations include providing your dogs with a fresh food diet; which is excellent in promoting dog health. Provide food that is high in moisture to help your dog’s organ function to work properly, and limit the intake of carbohydrates. A high-carb diet leads to extra weight the dog doesn’t need, on months where his activity level is reduced to the indoors. Berries is one of those fruits that is recommended …

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