Food Preference Tests in Our Own Homes March 2022
Feeding Smart–Book Review February 2022
Five Reasons That Dogs Become Holiday Grinches December 2021
Slimmer Dogs, Longer Lives. January 2020
Overweight Dogs & Healthy Holiday Food December 2019
Pica in Dogs–Or, Eaten Any Good Rocks Lately? October 2018
What’s for Dinner? New Research on Dog Food January 2018
Holidays Schmalidays? (Fun with Gifts for Dog Lover) December 2015
All About Dog Poop March 2015
Making the Medicine Go Down: Giving a Dog a Pill January 2015
Dog Food Logic: The Science of Canine Nutrition August 2013
Dogs & Wolves: Diet and Sociability January 2013
Your Dog Has a Brain in His Gut December 2011
Lapping Up Water November 2010
Let’s Be Careful Out There – Dogs and Mushrooms October 2010
Raw Diets and Assistance Dogs September 2010
Eat Your Veggies! June 2009
The Menu at Redstart Farm April 2009
Dogs Love Bones April 2009
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