Noah’s Bark Launch’s All Natural Dog Biscuits

Cha-Cha Chicken, Peanutty Perfection, and Bodacious Beef

Noah’s Bark was originally conceived when founder, Michelle Volk’s dog, Sheba, was consistently sick. Noticing a tie between chronic sickness and her diet, Volk realized that a change had to be made. When Volk began introducing holistic, more nutritious foods into Sheba’s diet, she recovered and the concept for Noah’s Bark was born.

Noah’s Bark is a new line of all natural dog biscuits that are made from healthy lean proteins such as chicken, beef, and peanut protein blends and are most notably different for the ingredients you won’t find in the products: potentially harmful fillers like wheat, corn, soy, added sugars, and animal by-products. Another major differentiator of Noah’s Bark dog biscuits is that the products focus on freshness, using liquid by-products of the ingredients used, instead of water during the production process. This allows the product to retain more nutrients from its ingredients.

Noah’s Bark Founder and CEO Michelle Volk explains, “If it isn’t good enough for me, it isn’t good enough for my dog or yours. Eat healthy. Treat healthy. The healthier the food, the healthier and happier the dog. Ingredients do make a difference!”

Each biscuit is held to the most stringent quality control checks in the industry and are crafted in a facility that is Safe Quality Food Certified. Noah’s Bark biscuits are currently available in the following flavors:

Cha-Cha Chicken: Made from Chicken, Brown Rice, Pearled Barley, Carrots, Peas, Green Beans, Flaxseed, Oat Hulls, Chicken Fat, Natural Chicken Flavor, and Rosemary Extract

Peanutty Perfection: Made from Oat Flour, Peanut Butter, Ground Apples, Cane Molasses, Flaxseed, Oat Hulls, Natural Yeast Flavor, Mixed Tocopherols (Preservatives), and Rosemary Extract

Bodacious Beef: Made from Pearled Barley, Beef, Carrots, Peas, Green Beans, Celery, Flaxseed, Oat Hulls, Chicken Fat, Natural Chicken Flavor, and Rosemary Extract

Noah’s Bark All Natural Biscuits are currently available online atbuynoahsbark.com and a 14 oz. bag retails for $12.99. With every purchase of Noah’s Bark, a donation is made to local pet rescues and shelters. Wholesale opportunities are also available.

Noah’s Bark is based in Fort Worth, Texas and they are proud to sponsor local community events such as the SPCA of Texas’ Home for the Holidays campaign and the Dallas Jingle Bell Run.

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For more information on Noah’s Bark, please visitbuynoahsbark.com.

Linda Blair Worldheart Foundation Wishing You A
 
 Mother's Day is approaching and everyone is scrambling for gifts.  The Linda Blair Worldheart Foundation has so many females that were mama dogs at one point and they want a loving day too!  Won't you consider making a donation and or purchasing your OWN MOMS, their beautiful flowers or last minute gifts through our shopping links through Amazon Smile, Good Shop, or IGive where they have so many beautiful flowers, candies and gifts for your mother, while donating back to the Linda Blair Worldheart rescue dogs! 
 Times are so hard, but the gift of love must be spread, and we wish you and yours, a beautiful Mother's Day weekend! 
Our own rescued, mama dogs, are now spayed, and are asking for donations through our PayPal so they may have treats, good healthy meals,  a $10.00 donation for a baby pool to swim and splash around in, with the oncoming summer heat! 
Maybe, you'd like to join our Crowdrise Fundraiser, so we may supply air conditioners to the four new K-9 cottages! With your donations, we purchased these amazing 8x10, cottage kits on sale, last fall, after the fires and rescued so many dogs in need. They were insulated and comfortable for winter, but now they need the air conditioners for the oncoming, sweltering, summer, desert heat!  Please see our fundraiser below! 
 If you want to make a donation of treats, help us with our cancer prevention food program for the dogs, please make your donation through our Donate button - put in the message bar "for the mama dogs, happy Mother's Day, for cookies, treats and a baby pool! "
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 Wishing you a very happy Mother's Day and please see the photos below of so many of our mama dogs after their rescue and so grateful because of your love and support! All of their rescued K9 friends wish you a happy Mother's Day as well! Linda Blair Worldheart Foundation thanks you so much for your support and donations!
I, as a mother to all, ask only for donations and gifts for my rescue dogs at LBWF.
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Nzymes isstaple company in our cancer prevention work and highly recommended pet care for you and all your companion animals. I use it on all our rescue dogs and have seen the most miraculous results. I encourage you to use the 10% gift discount right now by ordering through their phone line (877-816-6500) and requesting a "Linda Blair Special" discount on their Nzymes products. Please visit  https://www.nzymes.com/ to read more about these amazing products!

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We are in desperate need for six, 6000 BTU unit air conditioners, costing approximately $130 a piece, give or take, depending which store, Costco or Walmart that
have them in stock. We need to replace two of the units that have stopped working due to the dirt and high usage in the last few years. 

We know the heat will start by weeks end and we need to go ASAP to find the units, all the electric cords that go with it and get installers to come and put them in. This will take time, but could be done within the week with your help! We are also in need of 40 doggy play pools to service the 100 rescue dogs, who love to frolic in the pools for fun, exercise and to cool off in the hot temperatures. The baby pools cost about $10 each. Please help by making a donation to our fundraiser. Any amount will help and is much appreciated! Thank you! To make a donation to our Crowdrise Fundraiser please click on the picture or you can click here: 
 
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(COTATI, CA)–As summer approaches and temperatures rise, the danger of dogs dying because negligent owners left them in a hot car grows as well. 

Even on a day when it’s 70 degrees outside, the temperature inside a car can hit 90 degrees in just 10 minutes. On a hot day, the temperature inside a closed car can shoot as high as 116 degrees in the same amount of time.

What can you do, within your legal rights, if you see an animal in distress in a locked car? The Animal Legal Defense Fund, the nation’s preeminent legal advocacy organization for animals, has some tips.

  1. 1)If you see an animal in distress, call 911.
  2. 2)Know your state laws.

Calling 911 is the first step to saving that animal’s life. Most states allow a public safety officer to break into the car and rescue an animal if its life is threatened.

Although 29 states have some form of “hot car” law that prohibits leaving a companion animal unattended in a parked vehicle, the laws differ drastically from place to place: 

·       Only eight states — California, Colorado, Indiana, Massachusetts, Wisconsin, Florida, Ohio and Tennessee — have “Good Samaritan” laws that allow any person to break a car window to save a pet. Alabama and Arizona have bills pending.

·       In six of those states — California, Florida, Massachusetts, Ohio, Tennessee and Wisconsin — “Good Samaritans” must first contact law enforcement before breaking into the car in order for their actions to be considered legal.

·       In 19 states, only public officials such as law enforcement and humane officers can legally break into a car to rescue an animal (Arizona, California, Delaware, Illinois, Indiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Nevada, New Hampshire, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Vermont, Virginia and Washington).

·       In New Jersey and West Virginia, although it is illegal to confine an animal in a hot car, no one has the authority to break into a vehicle to save the animal, not even law enforcement.

  1. 3)Let people know it’s not okay to leave their pet unattended in a car.
  2. 4)Get the message out with the Animal Legal Defense Fund sunshade

When an animal dies in a hot car, most of their humans say they left them “just for a minute.” If you see someone leave their animal in a parked car, tell them that even if it’s a pleasant day outside, the temperature inside the car can skyrocket fast. Cracking a window doesn’t eliminate the risk of heatstroke or death.

The Animal Legal Defense Fund has created sunshades that remind pet owners of the risks of leaving animals unattended in a car. The sunshades feature the message, “Warning: Don’t leave dogs in hot cars,” in lettering large enough to be readable from across a parking lot. It also urges people to call 911 if they find animals locked in a car and in distress. The sunshades are available at aldf.org/hotcars and all proceeds benefit the Animal Legal Defense Fund.

For more information on keeping dogs safe this summer visit aldf.org/hotcars.

About the Animal Legal Defense Fund

The Animal Legal Defense Fund was founded in 1979 to protect the lives and advance the interests of animals through the legal system. To accomplish this mission, the Animal Legal Defense Fund files high-impact lawsuits to protect animals from harm; provides free legal assistance and training to prosecutors to assure that animal abusers are punished for their crimes; supports tough animal protection legislation and fights harmful legislation; and provides resources and opportunities to law students and professionals to advance the emerging field of animal law. For more information, please visitaldf.org.


 
Judging Panel Announced for Westminster Week's
Four Competitions Held in New York City
 
New York, N.Y. - Mrs. Betty-Anne Stenmark of Woodside, California has been chosen to select the Best in Show winner at the 142nd Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, which will take place Feb. 12-13, 2018. Mrs. Stenmark is a breeder, owner, and long-time dog club officer. She will join the elite list of judges who have presided over best in show at Westminster, "America's Dog Show."
 
Mrs. Stenmark has dedicated a lifetime to the sport of dogs as an exhibitor, breeder, canine advocate, judge and dog club show chairman. In 1967, she exhibited a Saint Bernard at her first dog show in Vancouver, British Columbia. After breeding Saint Bernards and Salukis, she was charmed by the unique qualities of the Dandie Dinmont Terrier and for the past 41 years, she has continued in that breed under the King's Mtn. prefix.
 
In 1977, Mrs. Stenmark earned her AKC-license to judge Saint Bernards. Currently she is licensed to judge all breeds in the Sporting, Hound, and Terrier groups, 12 breeds from the Working group, Cardigan Welsh Corgis and Pembroke Welsh Corgis from the Herding group, and Best in Show.
 
In 1980, she was instrumental in the establishment of the Del Valle Dog Club of Livermore, California, which has since grown to attract one of the largest entries on the West Coast. Mrs. Stenmark recently retired as show chairman of the Del Valle Dog Club, after serving in that capacity for 70 consecutive events.
 
As a purebred dog advocate, in 1990 Mrs. Stenmark co-founded Responsible Dog Breeders of San Mateo County. The group successfully overturned restrictive breeding legislation and was later granted American Kennel Club (AKC) club recognition as Skyline Dog Fanciers.
 
In addition to her all-breed dog club involvement, Mrs. Stenmark has held many other positions including President of the Dandie Dinmont Terrier Club of America, board member of the San Mateo County Fair board, board member of Take the Lead, and long-time member of the AKC Trial Board.
 
Her judging career includes receiving the prestigious Dogs in Review Winkie® award, based on voting by her peers, as Judge of the Year in 2011. This is her 11th assignment at Westminster. She previously judged the Hound group in 1998 and 2015 and the Terrier group in 2008.
 
Professionally, Mrs. Stenmark was a partner in the firm Stenmark Metal Specialties, with her late husband, Roy. The firm specialized in seismic motion systems.  In later years, she was the volunteer coordinator at Palo Alto Animal Services. Now retired, Mrs. Stenmark lives with her husband, Ben, along with four Dandie Dinmont Terriers.    
 
Mrs. Stenmark will be awarding the Best in Show ribbon to one of the seven group-winning dogs sent to her by a panel of esteemed group judges. The group judging held at Madison Square Garden the evening of Monday, Feb. 12th will be officiated by Mr. Jeffrey G. Pepper of Boynton Beach, Florida for the Hound group; Mr. David J. Kirkland of Sanford, North Carolina for the Toy group; Ms. Mary A. Miller of Lexington, Kentucky for the Non-Sporting group; and Mr. Robert L. Vandiver of Simpsonville, South Carolina, for the Herding group.
 
On Tuesday, Feb. 13th the group judges will be Ms. Elizabeth Sweigart of Bowmansville, Pennsylvania for the Sporting group; Mr. Robert H. Slay of Cary, North Carolina for the Working group; and Mrs. Rosalind Kramer of Leesburg, Virginia for the Terrier group.
 
For the 85th year, a Best Junior Handler will be awarded at Westminster. On Tuesday, Feb. 13th Mr. Clifford W. Steele of Carmel, New York. will select the winner at Madison Square Garden. The eight junior showmanship finalists will be determined in preliminary rounds by Mr. Ken J. Murray of Island Lake, Illinois, and Ms. Gretchen K. Schultz of Bethel Island, California.
 
Presiding over the 5th Annual Masters Agility Championship at Westminster on Saturday, Feb. 10th will be Mr. Don Farage of Bartlett, Tennessee and Mr. David Powell of Auzielle, Occitanie, France.
 
Mr. John Cox of Shoreline, Washington will determine the winner of the 3rd Annual Masters Obedience Championship at Westminster on Monday, Feb. 12th.
 
All daytime preliminary breed and junior showmanship judging, agility and obedience competitions will be held at Piers 92 and 94 on the West Side of Manhattan. The group, best in show and junior showmanship finals judging will be held at Madison Square Garden in the evening. All Westminster Week events are presented by Purina Pro Plan®.
 
The judging panel for the Best of Breed or Variety competitions held at Piers 92/94 in New York City on Monday and Tuesday, Feb. 12 and 13, 2018 includes:
(Pending American Kennel Club approval)
 
SPORTING BREEDS (32)
 
Mr. Paul Campanella of East Hampton, NY: Golden Retrievers, Labrador Retrievers.
 
Mr. Stephen Dainard of Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada: American Water Spaniels, Boykin Spaniels, Clumber Spaniels, Cocker Spaniels (all Varieties), English Cocker Spaniels, English Springer Spaniels, Field Spaniels, Sussex Spaniels.
 
Ms. Pluis Davern of Royal Oaks, CA: Flat-Coated Retrievers, Irish Red and White Setters, Irish Water Spaniels, Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retrievers, Vizslas, Weimaraners, Wirehaired Pointing Griffons, Wirehaired Vizslas.
 
Mr. Robert D. Ennis of Blasdell, NY: Chesapeake Bay Retrievers, Curly-Coated Retrievers, German Shorthaired Pointers, German Wirehaired Pointers, Pointers, Lagotti Romagnolo, Welsh Springer Spaniels.
 
Ms. Gretchen K. Schultz of Bethel Island, CA: English Setters, Gordon Setters, Irish Setters.
 
Mrs. Faye Strauss of Kent, Wash.: Brittanys, Spinoni Italiani.
 
HOUND BREEDS (33) 
 
Mr. Johan Beccera-Hernandez of San Juan, Puerto Rico: Borzois, Greyhounds, Ibizan Hounds, Irish Wolfhounds, Pharaoh Hounds, Salukis, Scottish Deerhounds, Sloughis, Whippets.
 
Mr. Edd Bivin of Fort Worth, TX: Dachshunds (all Varieties).
 
Mrs. Pamela Bruce of Toronto, Ontario, Canada: Basenjis, Basset Hounds, Beagles (both Varieties), Harriers, Rhodesian Ridgebacks.
 
Ms. Linda C. More of Cary, NC: American English Coonhounds, Bloodhounds, Cirnechi dell'Etna, Otterhounds, Petit Basset Griffon Vendeens, Portuguese Podengo Pequenos.
 
Mr. Ken Murray of Island Lake, IL: American Foxhounds, Black and Tan Coonhounds, Bluetick Coonhounds, English Foxhounds, Norwegian Elkhounds, Plotts, Redbone Coonhounds, Treeing Walker Coonhounds.
 
Mrs. Abbe Shaw of Santa Barbara, CA: Afghan Hounds.
 
WORKING BREEDS (30)
 
Mr. Johan Beccera-Hernandez of San Juan, Puerto Rico: Akitas, Alaskan Malamutes, Anatolian Shepherd Dogs, Boxers, Great Danes, Mastiffs, Neapolitan Mastiffs, Tibetan Mastiffs.
 
Mr. Clay Coady of Paradise Valley, AZ: Bernese Mountain Dogs, Bullmastiffs.
 
Mr. Milan Lint of New York, NY: Newfoundlands, Portuguese Water Dogs.
 
Dr. Elliott L. More of Deerfield, NH: Rottweilers, Saint Bernards, Samoyeds, Siberian Huskies.
 
Mr. Ken Murray of Island Lake, IL: Cane Corsos, Chinooks, Dogues de Bordeaux, German Pinschers, Greater Swiss Mountain Dogs, Komondorok, Kuvaszok, Leonbergers, Standard Schnauzers.
 
Mrs. Faye Strauss of Kent, WA: Black Russian Terriers, Boerboels, Doberman Pinschers, Giant Schnauzers, Great Pyrenees.
 
TERRIER BREEDS (32)
 
Mr. Edd Bivin of Fort Worth, TX: American Hairless Terriers, Cairn Terriers, Cesky Terriers, Dandie Dinmont Terriers, Norfolk Terriers, Smooth Fox Terriers and Wire Fox Terriers.
 
Mr. Clay Coady of Paradise Valley, AZ: Airedale Terriers, American Staffordshire Terriers, Australian Terriers, Bedlington Terriers.
 
Mrs. Betty McDonnell of Mahwah, NJ: Norwich Terriers.
 
Ms. Linda C. More of Cary, NC: Glen of Imaal Terriers, Parson Russell Terriers, Rat Terriers, Russell Terriers, Scottish Terriers, Sealyham Terriers, Skye Terriers, Soft Coated Wheaten Terriers.
 
Mr. Michael Shoreman of Phelpston, Ontario, Canada: Border Terriers, Bull Terriers (both Varieties), Irish Terriers, Kerry Blue Terriers, Lakeland Terriers, Staffordshire Bull Terriers.
 
Mrs. Rosemary Shoreman of Phelpston, Ontario, Canada: Miniature Bull Terriers, Miniature Schnauzers, Standard Manchester Terriers, Welsh Terriers, West Highland White Terriers.
 
TOY BREEDS (23)
 
Mr. Robert D. Ennis of Blasdell, NY: Chihuahuas (both Varieties), Chinese Cresteds, English Toy Spaniels (both Varieties), Shih Tzu, Toy Manchester Terriers, Yorkshire Terriers.
 
Mr. Randy Garren of Apex, NC: Miniature Pinschers, Pekingese, Pomeranians, Toy Poodles.
 
Mr. Michael Shoreman of Phelpston, Ontario, Canada: Cavalier King Charles Spaniels, Papillons, Silky Terriers, Toy Fox Terriers.
 
Mrs. Rosemary Shoreman of Phelpston, Ontario, Canada: Affenpinschers, Brussels Griffons, Havanese, Italian Greyhounds, Japanese Chin, Maltese, Pugs.
 
NON-SPORTING BREEDS (21)
 
Mr. Edd Bivin of Fort Worth, TX: French Bulldogs.
 
Mr. Clay Coady of Paradise Valley, AZ: Bulldogs, Lhasa Apsos.
 
Mr. Randy Garren of Apex, NC: Chinese Shar-Pei, Chow Chows, Lowchen, Miniature Poodles, Norwegian Lundehunds, Schipperkes, Shiba Inu, Standard Poodles.
 
Mr. Dennis McCoy of Apex, NC: American Eskimo Dogs, Bichon Frises, Boston Terriers, Keeshonden, Tibetan Terriers, Tibetan Spaniels, Xoloitzcuintlis.
 
Mr. Michael Shoreman of Phelpston, Ontario, Canada: Coton De Tulears, Dalmatians, Finnish Spitz.
 
HERDING BREEDS (31)
 
Mr. Clay Coady of Paradise Valley, AZ: Bouviers des Flandres, German Shepherd Dogs.
 
Mr. Thomas Coen of Great Barrington, MA: Berger Picards, Border Collies, Briards, Canaan Dogs, Collies (both Varieties), Shetland Sheepdogs.
 
Mr. Peter Green of Bowmansville, PA: Australian Cattle Dogs, Bearded Collies, Bergamascos, Cardigan Welsh Corgis, Entlebucher Mountain Dogs, Finnish Lapphunds, Pulik, Pumik, Pyrenean Shepherds, Spanish Water Dogs, Swedish Vallhunds.
 
Ms. Janina Laurin of Danbury, CT: Australian Shepherds, Beaucerons, Belgian Malinois, Belgian Sheepdogs, Belgian Tervuren, Polish Lowland Sheepdogs.
 
Ms. Linda C. More of Cary, NC: Icelandic Sheepdogs, Miniature American Shepherds, Norwegian Buhunds.
 
Mrs. Faye Strauss of Kent, WA: Old English Sheepdogs, Pembroke Welsh Corgis.
 
 
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About The Westminster Kennel Club - The Westminster Kennel Club is America's oldest organization dedicated to the sport of purebred dogs.  Established in 1877, Westminster's influence has been felt for more than a century through its famous all-breed, benched dog show held every year at New York City's Madison Square Garden. Today, America's dog show has expanded into Westminster Week which includes the Masters Agility Championship at Westminster and the Masters Obedience Championship at Westminster, both held at Piers 92/94. More than 3,000 dogs from the US and abroad make Westminster Week like no other. Westminster. There's only one. Visit us at: www.westminsterkennelclub.org or follow @WKCDOGS.
 
About Purina Pro Plan - Purina Pro Plan is proud to be the food of choice for 10 of the past 11 Westminster Best in Show winners and 98 of the top 100 AKC All-Breed Champions.* With more than 400 on staff scientists, veterinarians and nutritionists, it is our goal to provide dogs with the nutrition they need to be their absolute best, to help keep them energetic and resilient, and to maintain an ideal body condition, healthy skin and a stunning coat. Because being the best he can be means something different for every dog, our wide range of dry and wet foods and snacks, sold exclusively at pet specialty stores, can be found in 80+ formulas across four specialized categories, formulated for a dog's unique needs. For more information, visit www.proplan.com or follow @ProPlan on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Vine or Google+. The brand is manufactured by Nestle Purina PetCare, which promotes responsible pet care, humane education, community involvement and the positive bond between people and their pets. A premiere global manufacturer of pet products, Nestle Purina PetCare is part of Swiss-based Nestle S.A., a global leader in nutrition, health and wellness.
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From one of the country’s foremost doctors and now New York Times bestselling author comes a step-by-step plan for diagnosing, treating and healing Lyme and other chronic diseases.

HOW CAN I GET BETTER?

An Action Plan for Treating Resistant Lyme and Chronic Disease

Dr. Richard Horowitz

Since its release in the fall of 2013, Dr. Horowitz's groundbreaking text on Lyme and chronic disease Why Can’t I Get Better? has been an extraordinary success, selling close to 50,000 copies across formats to date with a media platform that is increasing every day. Now, in HOW CAN I GET BETTER?:  An Action Plan for Treating Resistant Lyme and Chronic Disease (SMP OS February 14, 2017), a new handbook, he provides what everyone suffering desperately needs: a direct, actionable step by step plan for implementing his 16-point MSIDS Diagnostic Map in the treatment of Lyme and Chronic Disease, along with the research updates that guide his treatment and new stories pulled from his practice that show how healing is possible.

The ongoing debate over Lyme disease as a chronic illness has made it difficult for patients to find appropriate care, as they are often misdiagnosed with such diseases as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Fibromyalgia, Multiple Sclerosis, an auto-immune disorder, or even a psychiatric condition. Meanwhile, answers are elusive and doctors knowledgeable in treating remain few. At the same time, the number of cases is growing astoundingly each year, reaching epidemic proportions. Specific and accessible, HOW CAN I GET BETTER? is an all-in-one source to guide doctors and patients alike in  identifying  symptoms and working together for the best possible treatment outcome.

RICHARD I. HOROWITZ is a board-certified MD specializing in Internal Medicine. He and his wife, Lee, founded the Hudson Valley Healing Arts Center in Hyde Park, New York, which has treated over 12,000 patients for tick-borne diseases over the past twenty-six years. Dr. Horowitz is known for his pioneering work with Lyme disease and is recognized to be one of the country’s foremost experts on chronic illness.

ABOUT THE BOOK

HOW CAN I GET BETTER?: An Action Plan for Treating Resistant Lyme and Chronic Disease

Author: Dr. Richard Horowitz

Publisher: St. Martin’s Press

On sale: February 14, 2017

U.S. ISBN: 9781250070548 / $18.99

U.S. Ebook ISBN: 9781250111449 / $9.99

 

QCHEFS Effective dental care
 Reduces Oral Bacteria by up to 80%
 Helps to Reduce and Prevent Plaque and Tartar
 Freshens Breath
Our story begins in Germany with a young chef and microbiologist, Anke Domaske. Anke’s innovative startup is turning milk into a variety of all-natural and sustainable products that are good for the environment, humans, and our four-legged friends. The “it” factor in all her innovations is Qmilk, which contains a casein protein derived from milk.  Through research Anke learned that the milk protein casein, which is also the basis for cottage cheese curd, reduced 80% of dental bacteria, Reduced Plaque & Tartar as well as being a great source of protein.  For the Fabric industry using a patented process, Anke was the first to pioneer fibers made from 100% milk casein while using the smallest environmental footprint.
Studies showed that 20% of dogs under 1 year of age and as much as 80% of dogs over three years suffer from dental plaque- Anke began to go to work in her kitchen and lab mixing cottage cheese, buckwheat, canola oil and coconut oil to create an all-natural superfood Dental dog chew packed with protein, omega-3's, vitamins and minerals. The young chef's dogs and sous chefs, Mocca and Bob, found the mixture absolutely delicious. Qchefs, the dental chew with the big difference, was born.
Qchefs is highly digestible and when combined with superfoods such as Buckwheat and rice it creates a healthy treat like no other. Qmilk is hypo-allergenic and has natural anti-bacterial property along with the ability to re-mineralize tooth enamel. The all natural oils we use are cold pressed and the entire manufacturing process is low temperature to ensure the integrity of vitamins contained in our ingredients. The preservation of vitamins, especially B complex and trace elements such as magnesium, iron and zinc, is a revolution in pet dental chews.

 

Key points of QCHEFS
QCHEFS Natural Dental Chews are highly effective Dental Care that fight plaque tarter and freshens breath.
 Made with the active ingredient Casein. Casein is a highly digestible, lactose-free milk based protein packed with essential amino acids, carbohydrates, calcium and phosphorus.
o Reduces oral bacteria by up to 80%
o Reduces and prevents Plaque & Tartar
o Remineralize tooth Enamel
o Freshens Breath
 Available in 3 Flavors
o Casein and Rice
o Casein and Buckwheat Fruit
o Casein and Carob/ Buckwheat Fruit
 Available in 2 Styles
o Puffed -
 For all dogs and dog sizes
 Ideal for Puppies with young teeth, Senior dogs, or dogs with damaged teeth
o Hard (extra solid)
 Ideal for adult dogs who like to chew
Other benefits of Casein:
Anti-Anxiety Properties
Casein protein has been shown to reduce stress-related symptoms, including anxiety, emotional and social problems, and digestive issues. Casein also lowers levels of the stress hormone cortisol. It's a great option if your dog is stressed:
 Car rides-Fireworks-Travel-Car or Plane-Adjusting to a new pet-Kennels-Vacations

 

MAY 2017

Each month we deliver content that helps you be the best human you can be for your pet. This month we're spotlighting our new Spring Guide for Senior Pets and focusing on spring safety.

 
 
 

Spring Safety Tips for Senior Pets

Spring is an awesome time of the year, but just like any other time of the year, it has its share of safety tips to be aware of when enjoying it with your fur babies.

Here are a couple of tips to remember with your senior pet, and for more tip you can download our free spring guide for senior pets.

Auto Safety: While a dog with its head out the window is the picture of happiness, it’s really not a great idea. Your pet could be struck by flying debris or insects, with could lead to inner ear or eye injuries or even lung infections. You should secure your pet in a crate or with a seatbelt harness to prevent injury when you stop or turn abruptly.

Garden Perils: You and your pet love to play in the garden, but is your garden safe for your pet? There are many different plants that can be toxic to your dog or cat. Even very common plants such as daffodils or tulips can make your pet very ill, so do your homework prior to planting this spring.

Another source of danger is the pesticides or fertilizers you use in your yard. While these products can help your garden to thrive, they can be very damaging to your pet. If you’re unsure of whether or not your garden is safe, it’s smart to fence it off to keep your pet from potentially ingesting something that could lead to problems or worse.

Get More Spring Safety Tips in our Spring Guide 

 

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Do you find it hard to remember to ask your vet about re-ordering more Neutricks? Now you can buy directly from us via our updated online store at Neutricks.com! 

Our new store allows you to checkout using our secure shopping cart, create an account, use available discount codes and more, all without having to leave our site. 

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We are excited to announce the release of our newly redesigned "Senior Pet Wellness Blog"!  Here are a few of the updates that this redesign includes:

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Talkin' Pets News

April, 29, 2017

Host - Jon Patch

Co-Host - Barry Siebold

Producer - Lexi Lapp

Network Producer - Quin McCarthy

Executive Producer - Bob Page

Special Guests - Author Anouska Jones once on Talkin' Pets with Jon Patch to discuss her book WOOF is back to talk about and give away her new book MEOW on 4/29/17 at 5pm EST 

Clean Eating Expert Terry Walters discusses the Nutro Brand Pet Food 

Dr. Ihor Basko will join Jon and Talkin' Pets 4/29/17 at 630pm EST to discuss and give away NaturVet's first ever product to stop dogs from eating cat poop - Outta My Box

NaturVet, a division of Garmon Corp.
27461 Via Industria
Temecula, CA 92590
www.NaturVet.com
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888-628-8783
Outta My Box™ is a veterinarian formulated, tasty soft chew that is given to both the dog and the cat.
The proprietary ingredients provide a dual action process to deter dogs from consuming cat stools.
For dogs, Outta My Box™ provides natural ingredients to help the dog lose the cravings for cat stools
while helping to maintain optimal GI balance. For cats, Outta My Box™ helps reduce the stool odors
making the feces less desirable to dogs.
Outta My Box™ is manufactured in the USA in an NASC, FDA and UL Labs audited facility and cGMP
compliant facility. All NaturVet products have a 100% money back guarantee. Outta My Box™ is
available for purchase at Petco and other fine retailers.
Garmon Corp., maker of NaturVet®, Pet Organics™, and Overby Farm® products, is one of the largest pet
supplement manufacturers in the United States and is a proud founding member of NASC, National Animal
Supplement Council. For more information, go to www.naturvet.com or call 888-628-8783.

 

APRIL 2017

This email newsletter contains news, tips and other content that help you learn more about Neutricks, and, if you're a distributor, you can include in your marketing efforts and messaging.

 
 
 

May is National Pet Month and More

Spring is a time to recharge, shake off that cabin fever and get back to life outside as the weather warms. Take time during May to remind patient families to celebrate these holidays or address these areas of topic with their pets:

National Pet Month: Celebrate your pet all month long!

Flea and Tick Prevention: Humans and pets aren't the only animals coming out of hiberation! Be sure to advise patients to treat and protect their pets from fleas, ticks and other common pests. 

Microchipping: Make sure your patients have ID tags and/or microchips to keep them safe and easy to find when they're lost! We recently featured an article on our blog during National Pet ID Week.

Spring Cleaning Safety: Make sure patient families are aware of ways to protect the health of their pets during the annual spring cleaning festivities and rituals!  Tell them they can learn more by downloading our new "Spring Guide for Senior Pets" eBook.

Buy Neutricks Directly From Us Via Our New Web Store

March and April were busy for us, and part of what we were working on included the launch of our new Neutricks Web Store, where we've made it easier for you to buy Neutricks for Dogs and Neutricks for Cats directly from us! 

Cognitive Health Resources for Veterinarians

The Neutricks Vet Portal is an area on the Neutricks website that provides research, marketing materials, a vet directory and other resources for veterinarians to ensure you are have what you need to promote, educate and consult on Cognitive Dysfunction Syndrome with your patients.

  
 

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