Tag Archives: the Cat Bible

TRACIE HOTCHNER: A FAREWELL TOAST TO DR. DONNA’S LITTLE “BESTIE” MORGAN

In the years I have been associated with Halo and had the pleasure of sharing my thoughts with you all, I have had the additional pleasure of becoming good friends with Dr. Donna Spector, Halo’s veterinary advisor. I have also … Continue reading

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TRACIE HOTCHNER: IS WET CAT FOOD REALLY SO MUCH BETTER THAN DRY?

I got this letter from Carol, a listener to my show CAT CHAT® that really made an impression on me because it was so honest about her long-held skepticism about my urgent recommendation to everyone that they feed canned food … Continue reading

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TRACIE HOTCHNER: AFRAID BETTER DOG FOOD MIGHT GIVE YOUR DOG “THE TROTS”?

What do you do if you adopt a dog like my sweet young Blue Weimaraner, Maisie, and she develops horrible diarrhea when switching her to a better food? When I picked her up from Mid-Atlantic Weimaraner Rescue in Virginia Beach, … Continue reading

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TRACIE HOTCHNER: WHAT DOES CRUDE PROTEIN REALLY MEAN IN A DRY DOG FOOD?

The most popular blog I’ve ever written was about what “crude protein” really means – and whether the amount of crude protein in kibble is a reliable way to judge the best dog food for your own pooch. So I … Continue reading

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TRACIE HOTCHNER: PUPPY CRATE TRAINING – HOW LONG CAN SHE HOLD IT?

The first thing to know about house training a puppy is that she does not physically have control over her muscles of elimination before she reaches four months of age. However, that is a general rule of thumb and puppies … Continue reading

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