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Coming Soon-RPM Salmon and Pork Grain Free Dog Food.
A red meat based diet with salmon and pork as the primary protein ingredients.
Salmon is a leading source of DHA and EPA Omega-3 fatty acids and pork is a rich source of protein, B vitamins, iron and zinc.
Stay tuned as Chewy.com should have it available with in the next few weeks.
Genuine Freeze Dried Treats are now available online at Chewy.com, Mares-Z-Doats and Bayshore Veterinary Hospital in Marquette, Michigan.
Just freeze dried USDA inspected meat and that is it. Made and sourced from Wisconsin, USA. Simple as that in these times of serious concern of any treats that originate from China. read more
We would like to welcome Yachi Hirai of Japan to Team Momentum. Team Momentum is a diverse group of folks that are involved in different aspects of sporting dog events around the world. read more
It is the start of the itchy season and I am getting a lot of questions. So, here is an article that we did a few years back that might be very helpful with trying to diagnosis what is causing your dog or cat to scratch. read more
We would to welcome Crstal McClaren to Dr. Tim’s Team Momentum. Here is Crystal describing her dogs and success in Dock Dogs; read more
Our new freeze dried treats are available locally at Mares Z Doats and Bayshore Veterinary Hopsital. Soon they will be available through Chewy.com read more
Welcome Julie Bloch of France to Team Momentum.
Julie is an accomplished sprint musher that lives in Vercors range of the French Alps and maintains a small kennel of about 10 sled dogs. She feeds Momentum that is produced in England for the European market. read more
If only evaluating vision in pets was this easy.
So, how can you tell if my dog or cats’ vision is failing? Following are some signs to look for as a gradual loss of vision can be difficult to detect; read more
Mosquito season is upon us. Clouds of these wonderful insects have arrived and what can we do?
The APCC does not recommend the use of mosquito control products that contain DEET. Dogs and cats are extremely sensitive to DEET and may develop neurological problems if a product formulated with DEET is applied to them.
* Some topical flea and tick control products for dogs such as Frontline and K9 Advantix contain mosquito repellent. I find Activyl to work very well on my dogs.
* Avoid using pest control products with concentrated essential oils such as tea tree, pennyroyal and d-limonine. These concentrates have caused weakness, paralysis, liver problems and seizures in pets, plus their effectiveness is not proven.
One of the more effective natural mosquito repellents Repel Lemon Eucalyptus.
A repellent called Bite Blocker ranks second. And don’t forget Skin So Soft as an option.
Do you have any good remedies? Please share them with us. And remember, cats are not little dogs and products that are safe for dogs are often fatal when used on a cat so be safe before applying to your feline friend.
This is Seeker playing “Fetch-It” for the first time at an Ultimate Air Dogs event this past weekend. It’s similar to extreme vertical, except the the bumper is kept at a set height and is moved out horizontally over the pool in 1 foot increments. EV keeps it 8 feet out, but moves it up vertically in 2 inch increments starting at 4’6″.