A marketing campaign gone awry led many Hollywood Execs to accidentally munch on health bars made for dogs. But is it really so crazy to eat the food we give our pets?
Dining In/Dining Out
Bully sticks are excellent chew toys for dogs. But what are they made of? Well, if you must know…
As a dog trainer, my criteria for dog treats are high. Here are some of my favorite non-crumbly, easily handled, highly irresistible canine comestibles.
The key to a happy dog is slicing some tubers and baking them at a low temperature for many, many hours.
Pet food is a weird subcategory of advertising history; humans are being sold on a food they have no intention of eating. But with all the lush closeups up meaty bits and the focus on how the stuff tastes, you might get hungry yourself.
Dogs and humans ate the same food for thousands of years, so it’s fine if they go to town on our holiday leftovers, right? Well, it depends…
I love dogs endlessly, but that doesn’t mean I don’t believe they are opportunistic, selfish creatures who don’t do anything out of courtesy. They will, however, do things for food.
This evening I tried to argue to my friend Christa that New Yorkers should eat dogs. I mean, I don’t actually want to eat a dog. Ever. But the local food movement is all about using resources found where we live.
In theory, I like the idea of a travel water bowl for dogs. There are lots of cool ones out there: some fold, others that have a bowl attached. All are great, except for one thing: I always lose track of them.
Did you know that most of the rabbits in shelters were purchased as Easter gifts and then discarded?