Deb is not a veterinarian. She is not trained in animal science. She is not an expert advisor from a pet food company or Big Pharma.
She’s simply a regular consumer, like you, who is fed up with the lies we’re told by the pet industry.
No hidden agenda
She has sifted through thousands and thousands of pages of research, and talked to hundreds of people.
In her short books, she presents straightforward, jargon-free information so that you can make up your own mind, and make the best choices for your small dog.
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Can dogs eat turkey?
It’s not super good for them, but if you want to give your Morkie a treat, try a little white meat only (no skin, no dark meat, no gravy and of course, no bones). READ MORE
What if my Morkie ate turkey bones?
First, don’t panic.
Watch your Morkie very closely, and do not get him to throw up. If your dog is breathing fine and seems to be acting normally, mostly likely all the bones passed through to the stomach without incidence. If your dog’s choking, gagging, retching, drinking a lot of water, licking their lips, pacing anxiously or is unable to sit or lie down comfortably, call or visit your vet immediately. READ MORE
Has your Morkie got mild diarrhea or an upset stomach? Read about giving your dog Pepto-Bismol for relief. MORE