Posts Tagged: Tracie Hotchner

TRACIE HOTCHNER: WELCOMING LEVI THE PUG TO THE HALO HEALTHY WEIGHT CHALLENGE

Posted by & filed under Dr Donna Spector, Guest Blogger, Healthy Dog Food, Natural Dog Food, Pet Health, Pet Nutrition, Pet obesity, Talk Radio, Tracie Hotchner.

Dr Donna and I are especially happy to welcome Levi the Pug in South Dakota to our Halo Healthy Weight Challenge, because Levi needs a corrective eye surgery to retain his sight, but for safety’s sake, his veterinarian will not perform the surgery until Levi drops some weight. Therefore being chosen as our Halo candidate […]

TRACIE HOTCHNER: WINTER BOOTIES FOR BUSTER

Posted by & filed under Guest Blogger, Natural Dog Treats, Pet Health, Pet Nutrition, Podcasts, Talk Radio, Tracie Hotchner.

Cold weather woes for doggy toes! If you live in a city where it gets cold in the winter, the salt they spread on the sidewalks to prevent and melt ice will burn the pads of a dog’s feet. There are ice-melting chemicals used instead of or alongside salt – like magnesium and calcium chloride […]

TRACIE HOTCHNER: HALO OFFICIALLY RECOMMENDED FOR DOGS WITH CANCER

Posted by & filed under Guest Blogger, Pet Nutrition, Pet obesity, Talk Radio, Tracie Hotchner.

I think pet lovers know that I have spent a crazy amount of time for more than a decade, studying and following information and news about pet nutrition. I feel pretty confident that I have an unbiased, objective, thoughtful perspective on the various arguments and debates about pet food, which can inspire controversy and heated […]

TRACIE HOTCHNER: AVOIDING THE OUCH OF ICE BALLS ON YOUR DOG’S PAWS

Posted by & filed under Guest Blogger, Natural Pet Food, Pet Health, Pet Nutrition, Talk Radio, Tracie Hotchner.

There are many challenges for our dogs in cold winter weather, but people don’t always consider the problem of ice balls! These hard balls can form under and between our dogs toes when they go outdoors. When a dog leaves a warm indoor environment and goes outside into very cold temperatures, he can get ice […]

TRACIE HOTCHNER: COLD WEATHER DANGERS – FOUR DANGER SIGNS OF HYPOTHERMIA

Posted by & filed under Guest Blogger, Pet Health, Pet Nutrition, Talk Radio, Tracie Hotchner.

We have had some bitter cold weather in the Northeast this winter, and of course there are many states where temperatures either side of zero are common throughout the winter months. Those temperatures pose a very real danger to dogs, and people seem to be unaware of how harmful it can be for a dog […]