Rogue Pet Feed is a College Station-based company that is paving the way for nutritional dog food. Their Origins Canine Supplement is a 5-in-1 whole food supplement that adds nutrition and supports gut health. All you have to do is add it to your dog's dry food!
Find the food in all three stores today!
It’s officially Greenbelt season in Austin! While we love to get out and enjoy the warm days with our best friends, it’s important to not let them drink out of the Greenbelt (or any natural body of water). Your pup can contract many diseases from something that seems harmless! Here are some of the risks involved:
Bacteria. Natural bodies of water are often highly contaminated with animal or human waste, which means they often include various species of bacteria. This can cause leptospirosis. While there are vaccines for this disease, it can become deadly if left untreated.
Parasites. Natural water sources can also be breeding grounds for parasites. Some parasites can also affect us humans, but this isn’t always the case.
Chemicals. These can be from runoff from surrounding lands, or gasoline and oil from boaters.
Blue-green algae. These aren’t really a plant but are bacteria that forms blooms that float on the water’s surface. Your pup can swallow these while drinking or swimming. Some include toxins that lead to liver failure or affect the nervous system. Symptoms may appear right after ingestion, including vomiting, diarrhea, seizures, collapse and death.
If your dog starts exhibiting any symptoms after drinking lake water or swimming in it, you should take him to the vet ASAP.
The best way to keep your furry friend protected is to bring your own clean water! Be sure to pick up a collapsible water bowl or travel water bottle to have on hand whenever your pup may need a drink. We also recommend giving your pooch the Honest Kitchen Perfect Form herbal supplement to help with digestion after a visit to the Greenbelt.
We're happy to be having the Canine Center at Healthy Pet South, April 28th from 11 am-3 pm! Read more about the training center located in Austin.
The Canine Center has 30 years of experience with over 13,000 dogs successfully trained. They have a unique training methodology that is based on rewards and play without pain or intimidation. This represents the evolution of their team of trainers who worked with local dog-training legend, Lee Mannix, and the world-renowned dog behaviorist, John Rogerson.
They offer a variety of training and behavior consultation services, including beginner through advanced group classes, private lessons for your dog's specific needs, customized behavior modification programs, in-home and drop-off tutoring programs, nutrition consultations, special needs training, and more!
Spring is officially here! With the beautiful weather brings a downside: fleas. However, you shouldn't have to worry about these pests while enjoying the season. There are two main methods to fight fleas from bothering your pooch: treating your yard and using a product on your dog.
For treating your yard, we love the Wondercide Ecotreat Yard + Garden Spray. This is a completely natural, Austin-made product that kills and repels fleas, ticks and hundreds of other pests without harming bees or other beneficial insects.
For treating your pets, we love the Wondercide Evolv Flea & Tick Control. This is also a completely natural spray that kills and repels fleas, ticks and mosquitos. You can use this on dogs, cats and in your home. The spray even has aromatherapeutic benefits! This comes in four scents: Lemongrass, Cedar, Rosemary and Peppermint.
Check out a variety of Wondercide products sold at Healthy Pet, so you can enjoy the nice weather without worries!
- Pup Pool & PUPsicles
- Dog Bowl Painting (while supplies last)
- Dog Beer & Healthy Pet swag bags
- Dog Costume Contest: (winner will be announced at 6pm)
- Doggie Ice Cream with 100% of proceeds being donated back to Lizzy's Animal Hospice
- Delicious Popsicles from local pop cart, Cold Ones
- Kids playscape
As temperatures continue to increase, so do our number of visits to the lake!
Most of us aren’t strangers to spending weekends on the water, but it can still be easy to overlook signs of danger and health risks. Whether you’re a proud new dog owner or a seasoned pet parent, remember these proactive lake safety tips to protect your wet-nosed loved ones this season.