This is our precious grand pup Tater Tot who started out as a foster from Love Leo Rescue the first day our daughter Arianna The Modern Day Girlfriend picked her up. Needless to say it was a “foster fail”! Ari adopted her and found her forever home:) with her and Neil. Tater Tot has brought added joy and love into our family and we can’t imagine our life without her! She is now 2, happy, thriving and spreading love everywhere she goes! My concern is to keepher healthy and live a long life. So many people are losing their pets to cancer and it’s on the rise. We are determined to give her the best quality of life making sure her food and treats are natural, pesticide and chemical free!
Over the last couple of years, I have become increasingly alarmed at how many of my friends have lost their pets to cancer.Cancer is the leading cause of death in dogs and it’s on the rise. Did you know that one in three domestic dogs will develop some form of cancer which is roughly about the same incidence of cancers among men?Our dogs and cats develop a variety of cancers and is very similar to those found in humans. Just like in humans, modern conveniences, processed foods and medicines are contributing factors.So, the question is, “How can we help give our pets the best chance against developing cancer”?
I am of the belief that “Food is Medicine” for people as well as our pets.
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HOW CANNABIS CAN HELP YOUR DOG! Your dog can reap the same health-boosting benefits of CBD as humans. I use CBD oil every evening before I go to bed. It helps me with the bone pain I have from the medication I need to take to keep my Multiple Myeloma at bay, it is a...read more
Well if plane travel isn't the worst it just got harder for those of us who travel with our pets! I read this article in the New York Times about how fewer airlines are willing to accept certain breeds and how getting them there can be pricey! Here is the link to...read more
MUTTHERS Are you a dog mom/dad/parent? Are there topics about your fur babies that you would like for me to cover, share tips, tricks,TRAVEL, fostering, adoptions? (My Tater-Tot was my foster then I adopted her) As y'all can tell I am a proud Mutther and I've...read more
This is our precious grandpuppy, Tater Tot the day Arianna brought her home to foster until we could find her forever home. We picked her her up from @loveleorescue, needless to say it was a “Foster Fail”! Ari adopted Tater the next day and she found her forever home...read more
I have spent a lot of time doing research on dog’s health and about what is in the foods and treats that they are given. I am extremely careful what I feed my dogs. I read EVERY LABEL on dog food and treats. If I had a cat I would do the same! But there many other...read more
I’m concerned about pets who suffer and die from the heat during the hot summer. The temperature gauge outside my home here in California says 112 F. It’s been that high for two days now with no end in sight. I want to share an article from, “Dogs Naturally...read more
This photo kills me, I wonder what Tater Tot is thinking. It’s my obsession to try and get the word out about dogs and cancer. Cancer in dogs is caused by foods they eat, treats they are given and the environment, same as humans. It’s important to know “facts” about...read more
Even though all types of dogs can get cancer, there are certain breeds that are more likely to contract cancer than not. They are German Shepard’s Rottweilers, Bernese Mountain Dogs, Bouvier des Flandres, Great Danes, Labrador Retrievers, Bichon Frise, Boxers and...read more
I am trying to help get the word out about our pets and cancer. Cancer is the leading cause of death in dogs over the age or 10. Half of these cancers are curable if caught early. The warning signs of cancer in dogs are similar to that in humans. WARNING SIGNS TO LOOK...read more
Over the last couple of years, I have become increasingly alarmed at how many of my friends have lost their pets to cancer. Cancer is the leading cause of death in dogs and it’s on the rise. Did you know that one in three domestic dogs will develop some form of cancer...read more