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Training Tips with Cora Wittekind: City versus Country Dogs

Regularly, I hear friends and colleagues lament about their desire to get out of the hustle and bustle that is an inevitable part of living in an urban environment – either physically or at the [...]

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Feeding picky eaters: what to do when your dog won’t eat

I love to eat and so does my family! We are always planning our next meal and enjoy the experience of trying new foods and new restaurants. Food is a very important part of our lives. I raised my [...]

Cora Wittekind: Dog Trainer to the Stars

With some of today’s hottest celebrities as her clients, it’s no doubt why Cora Wittekind has been called (on more than one occasion) a “dog trainer to the stars.” An average day for [...]

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Sandra Page Mitchell: Interior Designer, Artist, Animal Wellness Advocate

If she had to choose only one word to describe Bailey the Cocker Spaniel, Sandra Page Mitchell tells me without a moment’s hesitation, it would have to be “angel.” And certainly, as she spoke to [...]

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Lucky Dog of the Month, Mischa the Samoyed!

I’m so excited to be the Lucky Dog of the Month! In fact, I’m pretty excited all the time! There is always somewhere fun to go or something fun to do. I especially love going for [...]

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Joye Oltmann: Founder of Toby’s Room Inc.

The average day starts early for Joye and Dave Oltmann. Their home in Snellville, Georgia (located to the east of Atlanta) usually hosts as many as 16 dogs and cats, all rescued by the [...]

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Introducing Rousseau, Lucky Dog of the Month!

Hello everyone! My full name is Jean-Jacques Rousseau Pritchard, but I go as Rousseau (or Rou) for short. I’m a French Bulldog, and I turned four years old this month. I live in Toronto, Canada [...]

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Canine Obesity: Dangerous and Expensive

It’s rather sad to think that more than half the dogs in this country are overweight or obese. According to the Association of Pet Obesity Prevention, 54% of the dogs in the U.S. are eating [...]

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Declining Sperm Counts In Dogs And People

One of my favorite authors, Dr. Marion Nestle, coined the phrase “The Chihuahua in the Coal Mine”.  She was referring to the health and safety of the American food system in her book, [...]

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How Kibble Is Made – Part Two

Our last blog was about rendering plants. This is the first step in the process of making dog kibble. Rendered raw materials are cooked at high temperatures (between 280 and 300 degrees [...]

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How Kibble Is Made – Part One

Our next couple of blogs will focus on what kibble really is and how it is made. Once you understand the process you can decide for yourself just how much of it you would like to feed your dogs. [...]

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Signs Your Dog May Be Suffering From Anxiety

We are all very busy these days with the end of summer and getting the kids back to school. Emotions are high as everyone adjusts to a change from the laid back summer lifestyle. Dogs can feel [...]

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Addison’s Disease Part Two: The Nitty Gritty and Storm’s Struggle

Our last blog broadly outlined Addison’s Disease in dogs and the experience of having my own dog diagnosed. Here in part two we will dig deeper into the disease and its affect on Storm. It [...]

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Addison’s Disease: A Personal Story

Addison’s Disease is a serious, life threatening illness that is often misdiagnosed. I have had first hand experience dealing with this condition in one of my own dogs. With vigilant care [...]

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Pumpkin: An Underappreciated Superfood!

Dogs love the taste of  pumpkin and it’s good for them too! I always go back to the idea that natural, clean foods provide the most benefit to our health. This simple fruit is good for: [...]

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Your Pancreatitis Questions Answered

I decided to write a blog about pancreatitis since I get so many inquiries on the subject. Way too many dogs are suffering from acute or chronic pancreatitis. These poor dogs are miserable and [...]

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Table Scraps For Dogs? Absolutely!

According to a 20-year study completed at the University of Georgia, one out of three dogs currently alive will die from cancer. Prominent holistic veterinarian, Dr. Donald Strombeck, states that [...]

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Heat Stroke In Dogs

Common sense is best when considering hot weather tips for your dog. Remember that older and obese pets, dogs with heart or breathing problems, short noses, and certain breeds like boxers, [...]

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Canine Dental Health

I wish there was a magic pill to make me lose weight! What does this have to do with dental health, you ask? Well, unfortunately there is no magic kibble that will make your dog’s teeth [...]

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Bladder And Kidney Stones

Stones cause lots of concerns for dog owners. We seem to be seeing an increased incidence over the last several years. I believe due to the widespread use of dried, processed kibble. Dr. Donald [...]

Allergies In Dogs

Allergies should be considered a national epidemic! How many pet owners talk about their dog’s skin issues!? It is one of the number one causes of a trip to the vet. Symptoms include: [...]

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Want a healthier dog? Lucky Dog Cuisine can help!

Summer is prime time for your dog to start to itch and scratch. We all love the summer and so do molds, fungi and other allergens and toxins. Now is a good time to consider a detoxification for [...]

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We Make Gourmet Dog Food: Real, Healthy, and Sustainably Produced

What is gourmet dog food? We’ve all seen the adjective, ‘gourmet’ from dog food manufacturers. The term actually means – according to dictionary.com – ‘to [...]

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Best dog food, best blog? Hopefully.

We have a long history of “writing dogs” in our family. By writing dogs, I don’t mean writing about, but dogs that actually write. Many of you will be convinced that the last few months of trying [...]

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The History of Dog Food

People and dogs have been intertwined throughout history. Some say the relationship goes back 15,000 years, while others say even longer. Dogs have been eating our table scraps for millennia. So [...]

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Dr. Jancie Elenbaas

Co-Founders Dr Janice Elenbaas and Bugsy Wonderdog. Lucky Dog Cuisine came to be as an act of love for my own dogs. I believe in eating wholesome, natural, unprocessed food. My dogs are part of [...]

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Jeff Ginn

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Meghan Elenbaas

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Murphy

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Ryan Elenbaas

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Molly

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Dr Patrick Mahaney (and Cardiff)

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Our New Home

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Bugsy Wonderdog

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