For how many years have we been following ideas we thought were "healthy?" It seems that every so often, some new piece of information comes out to tell us all what we should be doing to stay healthy. Then later we find out that what we thought was truth is fabrication. For example, how long have we heard that sugar makes children hyper? The idea spread like wildfire, but it's not true.
As the weather gets better and the temperature warms up, the urge within us to spend more time outside grows stronger. We're not the only creatures that will spend more time outside. Our dogs will, too. So we all should keep our canine friends in mind as we begin to decorate the yard this springtime with a few more plants. It's not just the plants that may cause pet problems, it's also the "stuff" that helps the plants grow that can be dangerous to your dog.
Jenny and I are always very cautious when it comes to eating leftovers or food if its "sell by" date has passed. Why take the chance of getting sick, right? Just the other day I discovered yogurt in the refrigerator that had "expired" according to the date on the box. Even though the yogurt was "unsafe," I ate one anyway and found out that it was just fine. So is the date on the box or bottle the absolute "do not eat" date? For the most part, it's not. Consider this...
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