Archive for September 27th, 2010

Bridge inspection may slow I-471 traffic

Bridge inspection may slow I-471 traffic
COVINGTON, Ky. – Northbound Interstate 471 traffic may be slowed on Tuesday, Sept. 28 as crews conduct a routine bridge inspection of the Daniel Carter Beard Bridge , according to the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet District 6.
Read more on The Kentucky Post

Events – Mon, 27 Sep 2010 PST
Today “Every Child Ready to Read” – A family literacy workshop held Mondays from 10:30-11:30 a.m. through Oct. 25. For children age 3-6 and their parents/caregivers. Learn early literacy skills to prepare for reading success in school. Pre-registration is required. Hayden Library, 8385 N. Government Way, Hayden, Idaho. (208) 772-5612.
Read more on The Spokesman-Review

Question by ubiquetoss: dog owners, vets, breeders – feed irregularly; do not feed on schedule?
http://k9joy.com/dogarticles/dogfood01conditioning.pdf

According to the above article, dogs are not designed to be fed with the SAME food at a REGULAR time.

Like their ancestors, dogs should be fed with food with varying nutritional content and at irregular times.

Feeding at regular schedule causes the release of digestive enzymes BEFORE the food actually hits the stomach, which is not natural for dogs. They should not be conditioned to release digestive enzymes by schedule.

“By not allowing the stomach to ‘jump the gun’ on starting the digestion process before the food actually is available for it, it remains flexible in regards to making the digestion fit the food. And that way, you keep your dog in much better health,” consistent to its natural mechanism.

.. I always feed my dog by schedule, every day. And, like the article suggested, he did vomit on the few times that I was off schedule. What are your experiences? Do your dogs thrive on irregular feeding schedule?

Best answer:

Answer by curious24
If i change the food on my dog, he will have diarrhea.
he is on schedule for most days…7am and 5pm. I try to stay as close as possible.

What do you think? Answer below!

Lastest “dog Books” News

Spot Holiday Books
Spot’s Holiday Books. Spot Easter Books. Spot Halloween Books. Spot Thanksgiving Books. Spot Christmas Books. Eric Hill Spot the Yellow Dog Books. Spot Books. Spot books by Eric Hill.
Read more on BellaOnline

Grant offers enhancement to store fronts
A grant restoring downtown Zionsville’s business facades has been winding its way through Main and First streets for the past two years.
Read more on Zionsville Times Sentinel

Warren St. has plenty of places to spend
Feel that chill in the air? Whether you want to admit it or not, holiday shopping season is right around the corner. While just the mere thought of entering a mall or big-box retail store between Thanksgiving and Christmas Eve is enough to induce a panic attack, window shopping while taking a stroll down Hudson’s Warren Street is a little more calming to the nerves.
Read more on Register-Star

Nice “dog Stairs” photos

Check out these dog stairs images:

mi amigo y mi nueva amiga

Image by Juan Pablo.
yo y matías y antonia.

Strays of Venice

Image by K. Sawyer

Lastest “the Best Dog Food” News

the best dog food ever

Image by ahurtt
our friends @ the loyal biscuit are awesome! they shipped us more sojos food.

Meet 22-year-old Billy, the world’s oldest dog!
London, Sept 23 : Billy the Yorkshire Terrier has become the world’s oldest dog at 22 years, which is the canine equivalent of a human aged 154.
Read more on New Kerala

Meet Billy the world’s oldest dog – Still sprightly at 154 (in human years)
The Yorkshire Terrier has just claimed the crown of the world’s oldest dog – at the ripe old age of 22 – or 154 in human terms.
Read more on Daily Mail