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GREEN DOG WILL NOT BE OPEN FOR FREMONT FEST AUGUST 21st

Please accept our apologies I’m writing you today with the very disappointing news that we won’t be open for Fremont Fest. We did not come to this decision lightly. We’re upset when we picture our regular customers trying to get to us for their pet food, having parking trouble amongst crowds, and then finally arriving at the… Read more »

Cool New Product – Bifido For Fido Probiotics

This is the second post about a new probiotic we’ve brought in from Four Leaf Rover called “Bifido For Fido”. Does your dog have chronic digestive upset? Does your dog have frequent constipation? Does your dog have chronically poor gut health?, Does your dog have chronic bowel diseases like IBD? Read On! The proper balance… Read more »

A Discussion About Chews For Dogs (And a Few For Cats)!

This is a two part article written for our newsletter for February, dental health month. This first part discusses the pros and cons of some of the chews we carry. There are certainly a lot of safety considerations to be made when you’re choosing any dog chew. You have to factor in how tenacious and… Read more »

July 4th Tips for Pet Owners!

By Green Dog Pet Supply The 4th of July is a bad time for many pets around the country, but in places like Portland where people seem to be very big fans of the larger illegal fireworks that are so easy to get, it’s often a complete nightmare for people whose pets are terrified of… Read more »

Bone Broth – Part Two in Our Toppers Are Important Series

Bone Broth photo from https://www.canva.com/ This is the second segment in a series covering the benefits of whole food toppers.  We try to source the very best dry pet foods on the market, but the truth is that all kibble diets are highly processed foods.  Multiple heat processing steps during production damage valuable nutrients like… Read more »

Simple Solution for Dogs that Bark out the Windows

By Green Dog Pet Supply A customer shared her very clever solution to a long time problem she was having. Her dog loves to bark out of the window, and was not only creating a lot of noise for her close neighbors, but she was also shredding her blinds. The shredded blinds not only looked… Read more »

Pit Bulls in the News

Lately we’ve had a surge in sensational stories about pit bulls on the news. It’s a terrible shame, as * any * poorly socialized dog has the potential to be dangerous. Many bites from many breeds of dogs go unreported, and very few make the news. Pit Bulls almost always make the news, giving the… Read more »

Recycle your old Political Signs!

What a great post I found on Ecometro. They not only give local recycling info about where you can bring your old campaign yard signs, they also tell you how to make other cool things from them, like fenders or panniers (carrying bags) for your bicycle. Here’s the link.  Anyone have other nifty ideas for… Read more »