Dog Food 

All of our adult dogs are fed Life's Abundance all stages dog food. We recommend swithing your puppy to Life's Abunce when he or she turns 10 months old  If you would like to order, click this picture and it will take you to my Life's Abundance website :)

 

 
Follow the directions on your dog food bag. Overweight animals are very unhealthy inside and out.  Do not let dog food set out for free will eating. Food that sits out becomes stale and your dog will not eat it but always wait for the fresh stuff.
 

You MUST keep a close eye on your pets teeth because feeding soft foods  will cause dental disease.  Always offer chew toys or raw bones to keep tartar buildup and breath fresh when feeding moistened or soft foods.
 

Never overfeed your dog or give your dog spiced or cooked meat, fish, poultry and eggs.  Do not feed bacon and other processed foods. Sweets and people snacks are a no no. My dogs enjoy treats of most fresh
fruits such as apples, all kinds of berries, and bananas.  No Rasins or Grapes. They are poisonous to your dog!
 
Your dog must be have fresh water available to him at all times. Even thought the water may look clean, bacteria,  mosquito larva, and a multitude of other nasty stuff that could make your dog sick live and grow in stagnant water.
 


Never feed cooked bones/hoofs/etc of any kind to dogs. They cannot digest cooked or smoked bones.  Cooked or smoked bones become potential blockage hazards.  A dogs stomache can not break down a bone that has been heated or cooked becaue this process kills enzimes in the bone/hoof/etc there fore completly undigestable.  Cooked bones also splinter and can pierce internal organs; either can be fatal to your dog.  Please go to my 'toys, treats and chews' page listed in the task bar.   This is the main cause of flipped stomach (bloat/torsion); your dog could die almost immediately. Cooking  anything also destroys  many of the nutrients in the raw bones.
 
 
Be aware, especially with puppies under 2 years of age that jumping, twisting, climbing, or descending stairs may injure your pups spine, hips, bone structure, or ligaments.  Never over exercise a pup or throw
toys into the air for them to catch.  Carry your puppy up and down the stairs
for at least the first 6 months of his life.
 

 

Business Hours:

11 AM to 6 PM Monday-Friday

Visits are available by appointment

Brenda Davidson

&

Brittany Davidson

4707 Scott Rd. 

Jamestown,  PA 16134

For more information email us at: bdtreasures@gmail.com

Click this Life's Abundance link above to order products from my page.

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