Showing posts from March 26, 2013

It's Tasty Tuesday! The FiveSibes Taste Test House Wolf K-9 Biscuits and We're Hosting A Tasty Giveaway for Sibe Rescues!

No one gets between Wolf & his House Wolf biscuits! Recently, we discovered the House Wolf K-9 Dog Biscuits . These are healthy homemade dog treats made in Vermont, USA. They are baked by the owners of the Edelweiss Bakery and Cafe , and were inspired by the family's three Siberian Huskies, "Sasha," "Dakota," and "Kayak" to make their own biscuits.  They state, "We were concerned about what they didn't need in their diets so we researched a more holistic approach to their feeding.  The Wolf came to mind and being our K-9 friends are not to far removed from the Wolf, we research on how they lived and ate in the wild.  Our three didn't need artificial food colorings, preservatives and starches and syrups (sweeteners) nor did they need Humectant and Plasticizer so their biscuits and treats maintained dampness and flexibility.  This is where we developed a biscuit for the three of them that had a much more healthier approach.&

It's Purple Day!

Have your dogs gone purple? Today is a very special day. It’s Purple Day . A day to spread awareness of Epilepsy by wearing the color purple. Last year, I was made a Purple Day Ambassador for life, and as such, as many of you know, I have made it my mission to spread the word about Canine Epilepsy. My boy, Gibson, diagnosed as an Epi-dog four years ago when he turned three, has been my inspiration to shine light on these amazing warrior dogs and how they do not stop living life just because they have seizures or Canine Epilepsy. Once, the recommended treatment for dogs with seizures was euthanasia. Not so anymore. There are many possible treatments to try ranging from medical to holistic and dietary, and/or a combination of both. With some special care and a lot of love, Epi-dogs can and do live full happy lives, for however long those lives may be. How Did Purple Day Start? According to, “Purple Day was founded in 2008, by nine-year-old Cassid