Be a dog’s best friend

Show your dog how much you care

Keep the best interests of your dog at heart

There is so much information out there about what’s best for your dog: the best food, bones, and toys; it can be hard to know what’s right for your dog. For instance, we are strong supporters of feeding your dogs/cats a raw diet and minimally processed foods. Listed below are some companies that share our more natural beliefs and keep the best interests your dog at heart. In addition we have provided other excellent resources for you to discover. If you have any questions please contact us for guidance.

Bones, Bully Sticks & Surable, Sustainable Toys

Dog Food Watch Dog

GPS Tags

  • Byte TagID tag – includes QR code that can pull up info for anyone who finds your dog + tons more – will send GPS location to you

Holistic Reviews of commercial dog food

Homeopathic Remedies

Natural Dog Resources

Tenderfoot Trainers & Dog Walkers

Loving Leaders Dog Training LLC
Dog Training & Professional Dog Walking
Colorado: Lafayette, Louisville, Boulder, Broomfield, Westminster, Denver
Isaac Reeve – Level 2 Tenderfoot Trainer
(720) 656-0005

Lazy Acres Dog Training LLC
Colorado: Boulder, Longmont, Lyons
Rebecca Fidele  – Level 1 Tenderfoot Trainer
(978) 877-8191

Patient Pals Dog Training
Dog Training & Professional Dog Walking
Massachusetts:  Hampshire County
Meghan Sharick – Level 1 Tenderfoot Trainer
(413) 461-5896

Nutritional Veterinarians

Here are just some of the Vets we go to for sound, holistic, well-researched answers, especially for nutrition.  When you are making important decisions about your animal’s health, please be sure to include these resources to make sure you get the best and most balanced information you can.  Remember Vets vary dramatically, as all individuals in any profession do.  For example, they can swing the pendulum from over-vaccinating to preferring to use natural methods.  They might encourage you to spay/neuter early or late and use cancer as the reason for either.  Spay early and you avoid mammary cancer, or neuter late to diminish chances of bone cancer. 

Arm yourself with questions and knowledge when you arrive at the vet clinic.  This is a great place to start.
Dr. Marty Goldstein –
Dr Karen Becker –
Dr. Gary Richter –

Dr. Ian Billinghurst –  

Garden Safety

Every time we step into someone’s yard we immediately scan the edging of the lawn.  Too often the edging is made of metal which can have sharp, deadly corners.  Over time these corners shift and can get even more dangerous as they weather and age.  If someone: a dog, child, or adult, steps on that corner it can create a terrible and very dangerous cut.

Garden protection for your dog

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