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News and Information about Dogs, Cats, and Pet Products

Open Farm is one of our newest and fastest growing brands! Over the past year they have went from having dog and cat kibble, to having treats, then Freeze-Dried food and now they have Rustic Stews and a recycling program!

Open Farm Rustic Stews is a wet dog & cat food made with 100% human grade ingredients with humanely raised meat, sustainably sourced fish, nutritious veggies and superfoods like coconut oil, pumpkin and turmeric. The best part about this wet food, compared to others is that it comes in a BPA Free, re-sealable tetra pak that are easy to serve and store!

Adding Open Farm Rustic Stew is a great way to increase the moisture content of any kibble, which is important for the overall health of any dog or cat.

Come in between June 1 – 30, 2018 and purchase Open Farm dog or cat kibble and receive a rustic stew tetra pak for free!

Open Farm just keeps everyone on their paws with their new products and new programs. They just released the first nationwide bag recycling program! As part of their environmental program, Open Farm has partnered with TerraCycle, a leader in the recycling industry, to launch the first North American pet food bag recycling program. Finding that 95% of pet food bags were not recyclable, Open Farm set out to find a solution for their packaging. They now provide customers with a free and easy way to recycle their Open Farm bags, converting them into brand new product instead of sending them into the landfill.

Bring in your Open Farm kibble or freeze-dried bags to recycle during the month of June and get a $5 coupon for Open Farm (expires 8/31/18).

Stop into any Two Bostons and we can show you all of the Open Farm line of pet food and treats!

 

Are you looking for something to keep your pup entertained while we wait for the warmer weather to get here? Look no further than Planet Dog’s Snoop!

Simply pop it open, fill it with your favorite food or treats, fold it back down, and give it to your pup.

Not sure what food or treats to put into the Snoop…Rocket suggests Ziwi Peak, an air dried raw food that looks like tiny beef jerky squares. To mix things up, we also use Freeze Dried Treats by Open Farm.

If you have any questions any Two Bostons team member can help you find the perfect snack to fit in your Snoop!

 

 

Vital Essentials freeze-dried duck heads are a vitamin packed snack for dogs. The beak contains glucosamine and condroitent. The bones are a great source of calcium and phosphorus.

Looking to add vitamins a, b, and taurine to your dogs diet? Look no further than the duck brain…you can pick up one of these awesome snacks for your furry-friend at any Two Bostons location for only $2.99!

Learn more from the video below and see how much Rocket is loving them!!

 

Fall isn’t here yet, but school sure is and when starting a new routine, even when we have done it over and over, year after year, a quick check is always good!  There are some early-season hazards that can harm our furry friends unless we’re careful.  Here are some of the main culprits to monitor:

  • MyDogAteMyHomeworkSchool Supplies ~ What?? Yep – items like magic markets, erasers, and glues sticks are actually considered “low toxicity” when it comes to our pets. They can cause serious digestive upset and gastrointestinal blockages if consumed.  Be sure your kids keep backpacks and miscellaneous school tools well away from the four-legged family members.
  • Engine Coolant ~ Ethylene glycol-based coolants are incredibly toxic…and many pets find them sweet-smelling, so they’ll sample any spills left behind. If you change your coolant in the fall, always clean up even the tiniest spill immediately.  Better yet, switch to a propylene glycol-based coolant.  These aren’t 100% non-toxic, but they’re less damaging than other options available.
  • 112275-850x565-Garden_Snakes_IntroSnakes ~ In autumn, garden snakes and other varieties get ready for hibernation…and they can get kinda cranky if they cross paths with other animals.  Even a garden-variety snakebite is painful and traumatic to your pet.  So keep a close eye out when walking in heavily wooded areas or tall grass this time of year.

 

  • Rodenticides ~ The use of these substances increases in the cooler weather, as mice and other critters scurry indoors for warmth.  Remember that these are poisons — they’re highly toxic to our pets, and can often prove fatal.  If you do opt to use these products, always place them in an area inaccessible to cats and dogs.
  • Mushrooms ~ Spring and fall are mushroom time – and while most mushrooms have little or no toxicity, a small percentage can cause life-threatening medical issues.  The real trick is trying to distinguish one kind from the other. Your best bet is to keep pets away from any area where mushrooms are growing – and contact your vet right away if your best buddy happens to eat a wild mushroom.

TreatsDon’t forget that one of the best ways to keep pets safe is to keep them in your presence and occupied…and fall is a great time to work on training command and brand new tricks!  So stop by and stock up on Northwest Naturals Freeze-Dried Treats.  The convenient nuggets break easily to allow for quick and easy feeding while training.  These treats are available in Beef, Lamb, Chicken, Bison and Salon and are a single ingredient treat, grain free and gluten free.

You can get these for 20% off until 8/31/16 along with Northwest Naturals Raw and Freeze-Dried Food.