Giant Food Store Pet Food Recall

  • Posted: February 10, 2017  by cheryl_ashford   -  
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Yes, we have yet another pet food recall this month of February! Unfortunately it is becoming all to common to see pet food recalls. This time it is because of metal contamination. To stay in tune with the top information please subscribe to Dog Food Advisor as this is where

Evanger’s Dog and Cat Food Company of Wheeling, Illinois Dog Food Recall

  • Posted: February 7, 2017  by cheryl_ashford   -  
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We use Life’s Abundance Dog Food, this food has never been recalled! Find out more, here! We have another dog food recall to announce. This one is from Evanger’s Dog and Cat Food Company of Wheeling, Illinois. They are voluntarily recalling due to contaminated with pentobarbital.  The following information is taken directly

Dog Safety Kit part 1

  • Posted: January 11, 2017  by cheryl_ashford   -  
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Last year we created blogs on new dog tricks, it was fun and our dogs learned a new trick each month. Well, not exactly true because they did not learn how to put their toys away! Duchess is known for taking toys and hiding them, when we have no more

Puppy Finishing Training

  • Posted: December 14, 2016  by cheryl_ashford   -  
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Squirt from Pearl & Keenan This puppy is a mini Australian Labradoodles from our Ashford Manor’s Pearl and Aussie L’s Keenan. He is in training at our trainer, Julie Case. Julie has been training for over 20 years and she does such a great job. Squirt is a wonderful puppy

Is Your Dog Healthy

  • Posted: November 15, 2016  by cheryl_ashford   -  
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How To Check My Dogs Health At Home It is important to know when to take your Australian Labradoodle to the vet. We all want a healthy dog and it is important to know some basics. You can take your dogs temperature by using a quick read rectal thermometer. A