Dealer Sign In

Pawsitive Difference: Could Your Dog Be a Therapy Pet?

Pawsitive Difference: Part 2 of Mannerly Dogs Doing Rounds By Leslie, Carna4 Communications In our last Pawsitive Difference post, we met Maxine and Spring, two seasoned volunteers with Therapeutic Paws of Canada, a national non-profit organization that manages...

Pawsitive Difference: Mannerly Dog Rounds

Introducing Pawsitive Difference Posts – Carna4 is committed to supporting the well-being of pets, their owners and the larger pet advocate community. As such, we plan to profile not-for-profit organizations in the United States and Canada that are focused on...

Dog Diet Dining with Dainty Bichon Frise Chloé

By Leslie, Carna4 Communications This month we dined with Chloé, an 11-year-old Bichon Frise (meaning curly white lap dog), who has never eaten food from her bowl but prefers to dine off a paper towel (that’s changed with each meal —s’il vous plait). Chloé’s...

Alternative Therapies for Dogs

Introducing Guest Blogger: Dr. Dana Lowe We’re pleased to introduce the first of many alternative therapy posts, written by certified animal chiropractor Dr. Dana Lowe and other canine experts. Dr. Lowe completed the certification program in Animal Chiropractic...

Why Use Sprouted Seeds for Dog Nutrition?

By Guest Blogger: Karen Wehrstein, Homeopath journalist Sprouting is a method of fully unlocking the nutritional potential of a seed. Basically, before germination, a seed is designed to protect what’s inside it from whatever is outside — whether that’s...