I have been “green” a long time. Janet Huey talks about her business, PetStuff Resale.
We all do it at the holidays. Overindulge, that is; on eggnog, cookies, candy and holiday buffet fare even though we know it’s not good for us. And it’s hard not to do the same with our four-legged, furry companions. The advent of the New Year is the perfect time to resolve to achieve a healthier lifestyle for our pets, according to the experts at Wellness® Natural Food and Snacks for Pets.
“Just as for people, eating right and getting exercise are fundamental to a pet’s health,” said Dr. Edward Moser, VMD, consulting veterinary nutritionist…
Don’t miss these tips from Stephanie Bennett, Our Superstar Trainer and Blogger.
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