Turkey and Sweet Potato Meatball Dog Treats

Turkey and Sweet Potato Meatball Dog Treats Ingredients: 1 lb Ground Turkey 1 Egg 1 Sweet Potato 1 Cup Quick Oats 1 ½ tsp. Cinnamon 2 tsp. Honey 2 Tbsp. Fresh Parsley Directions: Bake or microwave potato until soft. Take the skin off of the sweet potato and scoop insides into a large bowl. In a food processor or blender, combine parsley and egg until parsley is well chopped and blended with the egg. Add egg and parsley mixture to the sweet potato bowl. Add turkey, oats, cinnamon, honey and parsley to the large bowl. Mix ingredients with a spoon...[Read More]

Do’s and Don’ts for Sharing Thanksgiving Dinner with Your Dog

Do’s and Don’ts for Sharing Thanksgiving Dinner with Your Dog Want your dog to share in your Thanksgiving fun? Here are some tips for what you can and cannot feed your pup from the Thanksgiving table.   Feed: Turkey Pure Pumpkin Plain Yams Sweet Potatoes Plain Carrots Plain Green Beans Plain Potatoes Plain Cranberries   Do Not Feed: Alcohol Bones Turkey Skin Nuts Grapes or Raisins Onions and Garlic Chocolate Scallions or Chives.   Be careful and aware of what your dog is eating while your guests are over. Keep an eye on the table or keep your pet in...[Read More]

Stories of Hope Among Tragedy

Stories of Hope Among Tragedy During the fires in Santa Rosa, we were awakened to evacuation orders within 1/2 mile on either side of us. We were very fortunate and our house was spared. Thus far we have heard from 4 clients whose dogs awakened them in time to grab the family and the dogs and evacuate. All of their houses burned to the ground. We have many clients who have lost their homes, and we are always amazed at their spirit and hope when they share their stories. We are so relieved they are all safe. The second day...[Read More]

Safe Halloween Tips for Your Furry Friends

Safe Halloween Tips for Your Furry Friends Keep your furry friends safe during the spookiest night of the year by taking some basic safety precautions. Keep all halloween candy out of reach. Halloween candy and wrappers are very dangerous for your pets. Use caution when opening the door for trick-or-treaters. Halloween is a prime time for dogs to run out of the house out of fear or excitement. Consider keeping your pets in another room while opening the door or keeping them on a leash during the trick-or-treating excitement. If you keep them in another room, turn on music and...[Read More]

Salmon and Sweet Potato Cat Treats

Salmon and Sweet Potato Cat Treats Ingredients: 1 (14 oz.) can wild-caught salmon 1 1/2 cups sweet potato, baked and mashed 1 1/2 cups old-fashioned oats 1/4 cup fresh parsley Silicone ice tray Instructions: Combine salmon and sweet potato in a large bowl. Break up larger pieces of salmon as your combine the two. In a food processor, pulse together oats and parsley until finely ground, then pour into salmon sweet potato mixture. Fold everything together until incorporated, then spoon mixture into the ice tray. Freeze for at least 2-3 hours and then serve to your kitty as a special...[Read More]

How to Introduce Your Dog to Your New Baby

How to Introduce Your Dog to Your New Baby Bringing a newborn home means adjustments for the whole house, including the dog. There are a few ways you can prepare your dog to welcome the new baby with open paws. Before Baby is Home: Focus on training before the baby is born. If your dog could use some practice in basic training, now is a great time to start. Either practice at home with some basic commands or consider enrolling in a training class. Let your dog adjust to new smells. As you start to gather new baby gear, allow...[Read More]

Sometimes Ya Just Gotta Scratch

Sometimes Ya Just Gotta Scratch The weather is starting to change for the new season. With the changing weather many people keep their pets inside more.  More time around your pet means that you’ll be more aware of their movements and habits.  You may notice their smell more and be more conscious of things like shedding, licking and itching!  Aussie Pet Mobile can certainly make a big difference in combatting pet shedding.  We have a great de-shedding treatment.  Licking can be a response to dry or itchy skin or it may be a part of your pet’s comfort zone.  Just...[Read More]

Back to School

Back to School As children and students of all ages are going back to school, help your dog or cat feel like a part of the commotion. Ensure your animals are ready for the school year with our tips & ideas. Back to School Schedules Animals and children both feel the effect of the changing schedule when school starts. The transition from summer to school can be a tough one but there are some simple tips from Animal League’s Animal Behavior specialists to help animals (especially young ones) handle the new back to school schedule. Have a daily schedule. Having...[Read More]

Pumpkin Apple Dog Treats

Pumpkin Apple Dog Treats Ingredients 4 - 4.5 cups oatmeal 1 medium apple 1 egg 1 cup canned pumpkin Instructions Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. Grind the oatmeal down in a food processor or blender. Transfer to mixing bowl. Core apple, being sure to remove all of the seeds. Grate apple, and add to bowl with oatmeal. Add egg and canned pumpkin to bowl and mix well to combine. On a surface dusted with oatmeal roll the dough out to approximately 1/2" thick. Use a pumpkin shaped cookie cutter to cut dough into shapes, and transfer to a lined...[Read More]

The Story Behind Shedding

The Story Behind Shedding It’s that time of year again.  Pet hair is flying everywhere and the shedding just never seems to slow down.  The good news is that Aussie Pet Mobile can really help you solve this problem.  First, let’s take a quick look at why shedding is such a pervasive problem with our four legged friends. Believe it or not, once you see hair, it’s already dead.  Hair is produced by living cells in your pet's body but once it appears, the part you see is already dead.  The body’s living cells keep pushing out more hair.  The...[Read More]

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