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Mutt Mail April 2023

April 13, 2023 | Mutt Mail

Mutt Mail - April 2023

Feast'r Beg 2023 - Encinitas

Check out all our photos from this year’s Feast’r Beg photoshoot!

Feast'r Beg 2023 - Poway

Feast'r Beg 2023 - Oceanside/Carlsbad

Notice: Construction at Poway - April 17

Starting April 17, our camp yard, at Poway, will be under construction. We will still hold camp groups as usual in our other yards. Thank you for your understanding and patience!

Home Range Dog Treats

Our Home Range dog treats taste great and they’re healthy and nutritious. We are dedicated to the health and well-being of all dogs and to providing the highest quality, all natural, best tasting products raised without the use of steroids, hormones, antibiotics, and no added preservatives.

Some of the great Home Range products we sell:

Furs Bee Disc $9.99
Supreme Bully Stick $14.99
Bully Stick 12” $12.99
Beef Cheek Stick $6.99
Chomper Wrapped Stick $9.99

Pet Profiles

Favorite Toy: Anything she can fetch, from a crumpled-up bag to a ball
Obsession: Afternoon naps with mommy after a day of playing at The Animal Keeper
Naughtiest Deed: Taking napkins off of people’s laps while they are eating
Pet Peeve: Squeaky pig toys

Favorite Toy: Nylabone
Obsession: Weston 🙂
Naughtiest Deed: Licks Weston’s food bowl when he’s not looking
Pet Peeve: Not being with Weston, they both love each other!

Favorite Toy: Nylabone
Obsession: Rabbits! Weston loves to chase rabbits and his brother
Naughtiest Deed: Vocal about everything!
Pet Peeve: Birds

Favorite Toy: Any ball that has ever existed
Obsession: Playing at camp with my puppy friends!
Naughtiest Deed: Stealing food from my (human) toddler brother!
Pet Peeve: My naps being disturbed

Grooming Spotlight

No Mattie Addie, groomed by Hannah at Encinitas
Zapper Ziggy, groomed by GiGi at Poway

The Alarming Toxic Chemicals Lurking Inside Pet Food Bags

  • The Environmental Working Group (EWG) released a report recently that proves the presence — at high levels in some cases — of potentially toxic chemicals in pet food bags
  • These chemicals, per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), are ubiquitous in the environment (air, soil, drinking water, household dust); humans and animals absorb PFAS and the chemicals remain in their bodies for many years, if not life
  • In 2020, researchers discovered the presence of PFAS at levels of exposure above the minimum risk level in the feces of dogs and cats living in New York State
  • Earlier research uncovered a possible link between PFAS blood levels and hyperthyroidism in cats 10 years and older, but these chemicals have also been linked to other endocrine problems as well as infertility and immune system dysregulation
  • There are several steps you can take to limit your family’s exposure to PFAS; also consider taking action to reduce your animal companion’s chemical load

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