COVID-19 Updates

We are open for curbside pickup and local delivery right now with limited hours for in-store shopping.. We are allowing customers in on Monday, Thursday and Saturday mornings from 9am - 12pm and Sunday afternoon from 12 - 6pm for in-store shopping. All customers MUST have face coverings and wear gloves or use hand sanitizer upon entering the store. For detailed instructions please go to https://www.thebigbadwoof.com/services/covid19/.

We also have many of the items in stock or available within a few days that you may be ordering via auto-ship from the on-line retailers and would be happy to have you support a small, indie business. You can place you here or send your shopping list in to [email protected]

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Keto Pet Sanctuary

Food as Medicine...........this special sanctuary is using ketogenic diets and other modalities to successfully treat cancer in dogs.

Raw Milk Kefir, a Magic Bullet for Immunity!

Kefir is a fermented milk product that originated centuries ago in the Caucasus mountains, and is now enjoyed by many different cultures worldwide, particularly in Europe and Asia. The word “kefir” is derived from the Turkish word “keif”, which literally translates to the “good feeling” one has after drinking it. Traditional cultures have attributed healing powers to kefir for centuries.

Can Dogs Get Sunburned?

Unfortunately, they can. The Sun gives provides warmth, light and is a vital source of Vitamin D but for extended exposure and under certain circumstances, like us, our pets need extra protection from the sun’s rays.

Thick Green Lawns and Canine Malignant Lymphoma

By Dr. Karen Becker, DVM (Originally published on Healthy Pets / Mercola July 2012) This is the time of year when many dog owners get their pets outside to enjoy the sunshine and lush greenery. puppyongrassBut according to a study published earlier in the year in the journal Environmental Research, a romp across the lawn might actually be dangerous to your pet’s health. The study, conducted over a six year period at the Foster Hospital for Small Animals at Tufts University’s Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine, showed that exposure to lawn pesticides – specifically those applied by professional lawn care companies – raised the risk of canine malignant lymphoma (CML) by as much as 70 percent.

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