Tuesday, January 8, 2013


These are the snowmen that we  have collected over the  past seven years.  Some are store-bought, some are  given, some of it I won at an auction site, and some are prize from giveaways.  
From my family to yours,  have a peaceful, blessed and prosperous new year!  Thank YOU for being part of our family's life online!  
I thank GOD .......
for all the blessings that we have received this year, 
for all the wonderful people  that I met that taught me lessons,  
for  all the trials and difficulties that we have  gone through and survived, 
and for every little things that  made a great impact  in our life as family.
Thank YOU GOD for everything!

Dietary Management for Health Disorders

Unfortunately,  all dogs get sick at various stages in their life. Often this is unavoidable and sometimes the disorders can be age related. The good news is that dietary management can help to control many conditions by the inclusion or exclusion of specific ingredients to promote good health.

When dogs are recovering from an illness they often have no appetite and have lost many essential nutrients, therefore the Purina CN diet is great for helping your dog to get his appetite back as the highly palatable formula is hard to resist. The diet also helps to restore the nutrients that were lost but what the body needs for recovery. Feeding your dog this diet will help them to get back to their normal self in no time.

Purina DRM is a diet specially formulated for dogs who suffer from dermatosis, excessive hair loss, atopic dermatitis and flea bite allergy dermatitis. All of these conditions are surprisingly common in dogs and can be very irritating. They can also be very painful and therefore it is important that they are treated appropriately.

The Purina JM diet provides nutritional support for dogs who suffer from mobility problems. The formula helps to support the joints to provide more comfort for your dog during movement and is suitable for puppies, adult and senior dogs. This diet may also be suitable for your dog if they are involved frequently in strenuous exercise as the diet will provide support for the joints and can help to prevent damage caused by repetitive strain.

Both the DRM and JM diets also have treats available made with the same formula to provide further support for your dog.

All of these diets must be prescribed by your vet so if you believe one of these diets may help to improve your dog’s condition then speak to your vet to discuss your options to ensure you are providing the best care for your dog.

If you are going to change your dog’s food you should ideally introduce the new food over a period of seven to ten days to allow your dog to become accustomed to the smell, taste and texture. This will also help to prevent digestive upset.