Twin Cities Animal Rehabiliation Center – Burnsville, MN Dr. Julia Tomlinson is the founding member of the American Association of Rehabilitation Veterinarians – how fabulous that we have her just an hour and half away. Heather also sees massage clients here the first Friday of each month. Contact the clinic for appointments or more information.
This website is courtesy of Dr. Ian Dunbar, the grandfather of all puppy training. While there is a mess of junk dog training information on the internet, this is a 5 star site with research/evidence based training for pups and dogs. Check out the “FREE DOWNLOADS” and find all of Dr. Dunbar’s books and videos on training for FREE!
Boomerang tags are the BEST! I love the “collar tags for adjustable nylon collars” – you can change their collars and just put the new tag on without taking anything apart. I can only think that a dog’s acute sense of hearing becomes COMPLETELY annoyed with dangling, jangling tags around their neck. These make silence golden. Hands down…Heather approved!
Dog Booties – perfect for Wisco Winters! Tried and true, I have snowshoed many a mile in these dog booties from dogbooties.com. Inexpensive and practical, they stay on, and protect your pup’s feet from snow, ice and nasty road salt. Made in the midwest, these are a must for the outdoor loving dog owner. Made in Duluth, Minnesota – keep it local, yo!
Poochie Heaven Our own local dog lover, Jenny Gregorich (otherwise known as “Duke’s mom”) has this online boutique that features hard to find, and uber unique items that you will not find anywhere else! Support local business women and pick up some cool stuff!
WOOF NATURALS – Check out these all natural treats in the emBARK lobby, or visit Cheryl down at the Sunday Farmer’s Market at Phoenix Park. (11am to 2pm) Scrumptious and all natural, these homemade biscuits will have your dog doing tricks to earn one! Have a buddy’s birthday coming up? Ask Cheryl to custom make a basket of goodies for the special day!
Liver Brownies1/2 cup warm water 1/2 cup powdered dry milk 1 lb liver, chopped liver 1/2 cup wheat germ 1 tsp garlic powder 1 cup corn meal 1 cup whole wheat flour Liquefy liver and water in food processor. Pour into mixing bowl and add other ingredients. Mix well and pour onto greased cookie sheet. Spread evenly. Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes. Cut into small squares while hot. Store in freezer. (Variations : substitute 1/2 cup peanut butter instead of liver and garlic. Or use cinnamon sprinkled on top of brownies to help decrease the aroma of liver while baking in your kitchen)