Welcome to Carolyn’s Cavanese

Welcome to our website! Below you’ll find our GORGEOUS available Cavanese puppies.

Please click on each puppy picture to be taken to their descriptions and pricing below.

If you have further questions, please email me through our Contact Page or call 865-384-0248. I look forward to speaking with you and matching you up with the perfect Cavanese puppy!

Please contact us from the “Contact” page to get on our waiting list for our next litters to be born March 2022. They will be available May 2022. (Our Mommas are late this season coming into heat)

Sincerely,

Carolyn

Gavin

Gavin

Adopted!

3 weeks ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
To my family and friends, I hope for y’all: blessings, love, peace and health! #puppies #puppy #puppylove #puppylife #cavanese #sweetpuppy #foreverfamily #ilovemypuppy #adopted #carolynscavanese #pup #cavanesepuppy #happy #happynewyear #happynewyear2022 #HappyNewYear #happynewyears #HappyNewYearsEve #happynewyear2022wishes ... See MoreSee Less
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3 weeks ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
FYIThis New Year’s Eve, let’s find alternative ways to celebrate without stressing out animals, both domestic and wild. ... See MoreSee Less
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3 weeks ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
Momma Piper has had her 6 babies this morning! 5 beautiful girls and one awesomely handsome boy. First one born at 1:03 am last one at 3:25 am. Momma Piper likes to get it done! Video of her birthing will be available soon, especially on YouTube channel. #carolynscavanese #sweetpuppy #puppy #puppies #furbabies #ilovemypuppies #furbaby #championbloodlines #purebread #babies #havanesepuppy #havanese #pup #baby ... See MoreSee Less
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3 weeks ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
This is what the doggies get to play in today. Not what I would like to do but they are having a blast! #puppies #puppy #puppylife #sweetpuppy #cavanese #pup #cavanesepuppy #havanese #carolynscavanese #havingablast ... See MoreSee Less
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3 weeks ago

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Poppy’s daughters at the milk bar. Momma Bailey lost her litter again but has milk to feed the babies. Yes, the one girl is very tiny but she is a fighter and staying strong.#puppies #puppy #puppylove #sweetpuppy #cavanese #carolynscavanese #pup #baby #havanese #havanesepuppy #mommasmilk ... See MoreSee Less
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4 weeks ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
Merry Christmas everyone!!! Blessing of joy and love be upon you and your family. Peace and safety be with you during this holiday season. 🎁🎉🐶❤️🐾 From our house and fur babies to yours! 🐾❤️🐶🎉🎁#puppies #puppy #puppylove #sweetpuppy #cavanese #carolynscavanese #pup #merrychristmas #merrychristmas2021 #MerryChristmasEveryone ... See MoreSee Less
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4 weeks ago

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FYI🐶🍎Grab & Go Treats - Apples!🍎🐶Another fresh food treat to try with your pup: a bite of fresh apple! An easy and convenient treat that dogs love, apples are loaded with polyphenol compounds that have been shown to prevent and slow down various diseases, including epicatechin, which improves blood circulation and boosts the level of immune system protection. The peel contains three- to six-folds more flavonoids than the flesh, so don’t remove this nutrient-rich skin. Some variants that are packed with antioxidants: Gala, Red Delicious, Royal Gala, and Jonagold. Buy organic or spray-free, remove the core and seeds, chop up into bite sized pieces and treat away! 🐶Looking for other fresh food snacks you can share with your dog? You can find dozens of other grab-n-go treat ideas in our book, get your copy here: foreverdog.com 🐾 ... See MoreSee Less
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4 weeks ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
Momma Poppy had 5 healthy small purebred Havanese girls! Next Momma Piper is due between December 24 - 28, 2021.#puppies #puppy #sweetpuppy #cavanese #ilovemypuppy #carolynscavanese #pup #cavanesepuppy #baby #babies #purebread #purebredhavanese #havanese #championbloodlines #championbloodline ... See MoreSee Less
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4 weeks ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
❤️🐶❤️ Live Birth - Poppy’s last Havanese Litter part 3 ... See MoreSee Less
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4 weeks ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
❤️🐶❤️ Live Birth - Poppy’s last Havanese Litter part 2 ... See MoreSee Less
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4 weeks ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
❤️🐶❤️ Live Birth - Poppy’s last Havanese Litter ... See MoreSee Less
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4 weeks ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
FYIOUR FAVORITE LONGEVITY TOPPERS TO MAKE YOUR PET FOOD BETTER! 🙌Pet food formulator STEVE BROWN joins our Inside Scoop today at noon ET to discuss his top 5 Superfood picks for bowl toppers and treats!🐶We’ll also be discussing:💥 FIBER, and why carnivores need it: how much, soluble or insoluble, fermentable or non-fermentable, they all have different effects on the gut and 💩. 💥PRObiotics, PREbiotics, POSTbiotics: how supplements, soil and 💩 affect the microbiome.🦠💥How incorrect USDA food data may be affecting your pet’s foodSee you soon!👋 Looking forward to hearing your comments and thoughts Not a member of Inside Scoop, do this:Go to the Planet Paws page and click the blue "Become a Supporter" button. www.facebook.com/PlanetPawsMedia ... See MoreSee Less
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1 month ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
FYIProbiotics help maintain optimal gut health and physiological functions in both humans and dogs, but keep in mind that your dog’s probiotic needs are different from yours. When looking for a high-quality probiotic for your dog, check for these 5 important things. ... See MoreSee Less
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1 month ago

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1 month ago

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FYISUPERCHARGE YOUR DOG’S MEALS WITH THIS EASY RECIPE! 🐶🥣Great for dogs that are recovering from GI issues, picky eaters, and older pets with declining appetites, bone broth🦴 is one of the Forever Fluids highlighted in The Forever Dog. This bone broth recipe from our book is different than traditional recipes, which can be high in histamines that can negatively affect some dogs.🐶 In addition to having a shorter cooking time, we also included several of our favorite longevity vegetables in this recipe for added health benefits:🌱Cilantro, effective at binding heavy metals.🌿Parsley, a natural blood detoxifier.🍄Medicinal mushrooms (shiitake, turkey tail, reishi, oyster, etc) provide glutathione, spermidine, ergo, and beta-glucans for cognition🧠 and immune health.🧄Garlic is high in sulfur stimulating production of glutathione for liver detoxification. Watch our FB Live dispelling the myth about garlic for dogs, link in comments.👇Poured over your dog's food as a meal topper or fed as a treat, bone broth is a great addition to their diet! Feed 2 tablespoons🥄 for every 10 lbs of body weight.You can find more easy recipes like this one, other types of broths, and additional longevity foods in our book The Forever Dog.👉 foreverdog.com ... See MoreSee Less
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1 month ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
FYIBaking soda: a staple in the kitchen, a rescue solution for dog parents. This household wonder can solve your problems with pet stains, funky smells, itching and more! ... See MoreSee Less
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1 month ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
FYIEASY DIY TOOTHPASTE RECIPE!We all grossly underestimate the power of oral hygiene. But the science is clear: oral health plays into everything about us. When our pets’ mouths and gums are clean and free of infection, we reduce their risk for dangerous inflammation that can affect their whole body. Beginner’s Tip: If you’ve never worked on cleaning up your dog’s mouth, using this blend of ingredients from your kitchen is an easy place to start. Baking soda is a safe abrasive that helps remove plaque, and coconut oil has innate antimicrobial properties. Using gauze, a cotton round or a soft cloth, massage the mixture onto a tooth, starting with your dog’s upper molars (where most plaque accumulates). By cleaning one tooth a day you can desensitize your dog to the teeth polishing process and minimize stress. You’ll find more recipes and tips to help you make healthier choices in The Forever Dog book, available for pre-order now: foreverdog.com/get-it-now/ ... See MoreSee Less
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1 month ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
FYIAs the weather gets colder, make sure to keep an eye out for these 8 telltale signs that your pet is feeling uncomfortably chilly, especially when they’re outside to exercise or answer nature’s call. ... See MoreSee Less
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1 month ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
Our beautiful babies are celebrating their 1st Birthday tomorrow!!! Momma Poppy is sending her loving along with Nana Carolyn!!! Please share your updated pictures today of your precious fur baby! Here’s from the day they were born! #birthday #puppy #puppies #furbabies #furbaby #cavanese #cavanesepuppy #cavaneselove #carolynscavanese #ilovemydog #ilovemypuppies #ilovemypuppydog #ilovemypup #ilovemypuppy #happy #happybirthday #babies ... See MoreSee Less
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2 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
FYIGrapes, raisins, sultanas, currants, and any product containing them should be kept out of your pet’s reach at all times. If your pet accidentally eats these fruits, do not wait for symptoms to appear, act immediately.Click here to learn more about the dangers of grapes to pets: bit.ly/32EwnhX ... See MoreSee Less
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2 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
FYIKnowing what to do if your dog is choking can save their life, so keep these 6 important steps in mind. ... See MoreSee Less
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2 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
With Thanksgiving coming this Thursday please remember what your baby can and cannot have.#happythanksgivng #HappyThanksgiving2021 #puppies #puppy #puppylove #puppylife #foodforpuppy #foodforpuppy🐾 ... See MoreSee Less
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2 months ago

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FYIIS YOUR ALARM A HEALTH HAZARD TO YOUR PET?! ⏰🐾We easily recognize when loud noises like fireworks🎆 or thunderstorms⛈ trigger anxiety, but are pet parents not recognizing the fear and anxiety that common household noises may be causing? A recent study found that pet parents underestimate their dog’s stress when exposed to common household noises such as a vacuum, an alarm, the battery chirping in a smoke detector, the microwave, or sounds we can’t hear like ultrasonic pest repellant devices. According to research, these loud or high-pitched noises increase cortisol in your dog’s body and could negatively impact their behavior, health, and possibly lifespan.🧬🎙In this week’s Inside Scoop podcast, we discussed this latest study and share easy hacks to reduce your pet’s exposure to these noises. We also cover how to use a multi-modal approach of exercise, nutritional therapy, training, and if necessary, medication to address anxiety. Plus if your pet suffers from noise phobia, find out why you’ll want to incorporate ashwagandha into their diet.🌱To join the Inside Scoop and watch the replay of this podcast as well as all previous videos and podcasts, click here: facebook.com/becomesupporter/PlanetPawsMedia/Or go the Planet Paws page and you can get to the Inside Scoop group by clicking on the “Become a Supporter" button - facebook.com/PlanetPawsMedia ... See MoreSee Less
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2 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
FYIDid you know that most pets have symptoms of periodontal disease by the age of 3? Take care of your pet’s mouth before it’s too late! Healthy diet, regular brushing and routine inspections are necessary to maintain good oral health. ... See MoreSee Less
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2 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
FYITired of seeing infographs of foods your dog can't eat? Here is a nifty printable infograph of some awesome foods found in your refrigerator that they CAN eat! 😀Created by Rodney Habib ... See MoreSee Less
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2 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
NEW LONGEVITY RESEARCH SAYS BLUEBERRIES🫐 ARE ONE OF THE MOST BENEFICIAL DOG TREATS YOU CAN EVER FEED YOUR PET!These little blue bombshells quench free radicals and protect against oxidative damage🧬, not to mention they’re loaded with longevity-promoting biomolecules, making them one of our top recommendations you can share from your refrigerator right now! (Buy spray-free). 🐾Whether loading them up in your treat pouch fresh or offering them frozen when they aren't in season, blueberries are one the best anti-aging treats in the world! 🫐⚡️There are dozens of other fresh and easy Grab-n-Go longevity treat suggestions (backed by a ton of science) in our upcoming The Forever Dog Book, but don’t want to wait to learn more? Join us this Sunday for "The Forever Dog Learning Lab" Live event! Reserve your spot here: foreverdog.com/learning-lab/ ... See MoreSee Less
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2 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
If your dog developed an obsession with licking things, from carpet floors and furniture to your own arms and legs, it could be a red flag for GI issues. ... See MoreSee Less
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2 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
One of the Best Foods to Slow Dog Aging: Spinach!🍃🐶 Folate is an essential B vitamin💊 found in food. It helps with the production of DNA and without folate new, healthy DNA cannot be created. Cell biologist and longevity researcher Rhonda Patrick, PhD, maintains that “a deficiency in folate is equivalent to standing under ionizing radiation due to the DNA damage it causes.” And DNA🧬 damage is a BIG contributor to aging.More recently, folate has also been shown to play a role in protecting telomeres, those important structures at the end of chromosomes that are shortened with age and lifestyle choices; shorter telomeres are associated with shorter lifespan and higher incidence of disease. Being highly heat-sensitive🔥, folate is one of the first nutrients to be inactivated in processed pet food. In addition to its many vitamins and minerals, spinach provides antioxidants tied to anti-inflammation and disease protection. These include kaempferol, a flavonoid shown to reduce the risk of cancer, as well as slow its growth and spread. Another, called quercetin, has been linked to possible protective effects on memory🧠 as well as heart disease🫀 and type 2 diabetes. Two of the lesser-known glycoglycerolipid components of spinach🍃 include sulfoquinovosyl diacylglycerol (SQDG) and monogalactosyl diacylglycerol (MGDG), which are known for their anti-cancer activity. Overall, spinach contains the second-largest quantity of total glycoglycerolipids among other popular vegetables!How to prepare spinach🍃 for you and your dog?Scientists say the best way to consume spinach for maximum lutein intake may be puréed. That’s because when spinach is chopped into small pieces, more lutein is released from the leaves. Older research found that cooking also impacts the folate content of spinach; boiling slashed this B vitamin level by nearly half. Steaming, however, resulted in no significant loss of folate! Cooking also diminishes the vitamin E levels in spinach (and reduces oxalates, if you want to reduce oxalate consumption) but actually increases the amount of beta carotene. So it can be served cooked or raw. Looking for an easy recipe to get spinach into your dog? Try making our Spinach Longevity Cubes! 🍃🧊🐾INGREDIENTS-* 5 ounces of fresh or steamed spinach🍃 (preferably organic)* 2/3 cup of water (even better, try bone🦴, beef🐮 or chicken🐔 broth, preferably organic)INSTRUCTIONS-* Add spinach and water (or broth) in a blender and puree. If the mixture seems too thick, add in extra broth.🍵* Pour the puree into ice cube trays and freeze until solid.🧊* Store in the freezer for up to 3 months.Add 1 ice cube🧊 per 30lbs of body weight🐕 a day to your dog’s meal.This is one simple and powerful way to add longevity benefits to your dog’s bowl! Looking for more ideas or recipes? Check out our new book The Forever Dog with dozens of other suggestions available here: www.foreverdog.com ... See MoreSee Less
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2 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
HOW ARE YOU TREATING YOUR DOG’S BODY? Every food you feed your dog has the potential to do 1 of 2 things: heal or harm. So what are your treats doing to your dog’s body? Do the dog treats you are feeding help reduce inflammation or cause it? Provide antioxidants or just empty calories? Provide polyphenols or just synthetic flavors and dyes? By replacing poor quality, highly processed dog treats with no nutritional value with fresh foods from your fridge, you’re treating your dog with whole-food sources of vitamins, minerals and bioactive molecules that feed health, not health problems. Looking for more DIY fresh food ideas to inspire healthy canine snacking?! We coach you through how to successfully swap unhealthy foods and treats for healthier choices in the Forever Dog book, available for pre-order now: www.foreverdog.com/about ... See MoreSee Less
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2 months ago

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Your pet’s risk for cognitive dysfunction (aka dog dementia) increases with age, but you can help them maintain good cognitive health for as long as possible by taking these four important steps. ... See MoreSee Less
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2 months ago

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Next up on the fresh food treat list to try with your pup: fresh pineapple! 🍍Pineapple is a good source of vitamin C and beta-carotene that can benefit your dog’s body, especially as they age, but it’s the anti-inflammatory enzymes (Bromelain) that makes this fruit a fantastic snack for the body. Have you tried offering a bite of pineapple to your dog?! 👍🏼👎🏼?Looking for other fresh food snacks you can share with your dog? foreverdog.com is taking pre-orders now 🐶 ... See MoreSee Less
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2 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
Thank you for those who fought for our freedom! Never forget! #VeteransDay #VeteransDay2021 #remembranceday #rememberthefallen #thankyouforourfreedom #thankyouforourfreedom🇺🇸 #thankyouforourfreedom🇨🇦 #thankyouforourfreedomandyourservice #thankyouforourfreedoms❤️🇺🇸 #neverforget #flandersfields ... See MoreSee Less
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2 months ago

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Jasmine, Lexi, Lila, Milo, Finn, Cooper, Sawyer, Ruthie, Coco, Sasha, Casey, Frank & Callie all celebrated their 4 year Birthday this past week!!! Sweet babies!!! ❤️🐶❤️🐾 Nana Carolyn loves you! #birthday #puppybirthday #puppy #puppies #fouryearsold #sweetpuppy ... See MoreSee Less
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2 months ago

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Today’s The Forever Dog Longevity Tip 🐶 Add some apiaceous vegetables (e.g., carrots, cilantro, parsnips, fennel, celery, parsley) to your dog’s dry or canned food! 🥕These gems contain polyacetylenes, an unusual class of organic compounds that has antibacterial AND antifungal benefits. They play a key role in detoxifying several cancer-causing substances, specifically MYCOTOXINS. Mycotoxins are tasteless, odorless fungal toxins found in pet food ingredients that cause organ damage and immune problems. Eliminating mycotoxins from your dog’s body can be really difficult but serving up apiaceous veggies is a great way to enhance the metabolism of these toxic compounds! Raw or cooked, carrots and parsnip slices make great training treats, while cilantro, parsley, and fennel can be minced and mixed in with your dog’s food. This easy food hack is one of many simple strategies Rodney Habib and I include in The Forever Dog book to keep your dog healthy. Available now at foreverdog.com/dog-longevity-health-and.../ ... See MoreSee Less
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2 months ago

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A note from my puppy deliveries this past August 2021.Jim and I are so thankful for our Ruby Rose every day. The joy she has given us can not be fully described by words. Thank you so much Carolyn.#carolynscavanese #puppy #puppies #babies #cavanese #mysweetheart #pup #adopted #ilovemypuppy #foreverfamily #foreverhome #cavanesepuppy ... See MoreSee Less
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3 months ago

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3 months ago

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3 months ago

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WANT TO HELP YOUR DOG🐶 LIVE LONGER? ADD BROCCOLI🥦 TO THEIR DIET!Several studies show the sulforaphane found in broccoli destroys cancer cells and/or damaged cells in dogs. This process alone will help extend their lives!Whether you chop it raw, ferment it, steam it or boil it, start by adding a 1/4 teaspoon🥄 per 10lbs of body weight mixed in their bowl.Feed your carnivores🐕 some broccoli, my fellow pet parents, and here’s to your pet’s health!onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/vco.12212/fullwww.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21793331www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16013542- Rodney Habib ... See MoreSee Less
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3 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
Timeline photosTHE MOST DANGEROUS PET CHEW EVER: RAWHIDE!How can one of the most popular chew sticks on the planet be so dangerous for your pets, you ask? I mean, most dogs chew on rawhide for hours on end, and not only does it keep them busy, but they seem to last forever.Well if you understood what it took to make this toxic “raw” leather stick, you would quickly understand what the problem is. Aside from the horror stories circulating all over social media these days, of pets needing emergency surgery after consuming rawhide, the majority of pet parents today, especially the newbies, believe that this chew is some sort of dried up meat stick. Let me debunk that myth right away!A rawhide stick is not the by-product of the beef industry nor is it made of dehydrated meat. Rather, rawhide is the by-product of the “Leather Industry”, so theoretically it is a leather chew. Sounds awesome, right?“Producing rawhide begins with the splitting of an animal hide, usually from cattle. The top grain is generally tanned and made into leather products, while the inner portion, in its “raw” state, goes to the dogs.” TheBark.com So, how does this leather, which is conveniently rolled up into pretty shapes, actually get made into those rawhide chews? Follow along my friends and I will enlighten you on how this hide travels through a leathery process where it transforms from hide to a not-so beautiful, colorful, chew stick. Here is a paraphrased tutorial that was explained by the whole dog journal several years back:STEP 1: Normally, cattle hides are shipped from slaughterhouses to tanneries for processing. These hides are then treated with a chemical bath to help “preserve” the product during transport to help prevent spoilage. (No one wants to purchase a black, spoiled rawhide stick!)Once at the tannery: the hides are soaked and treated with either an ash-lye solution or a highly toxic recipe of sodium sulphide liming. This process will help strip the hair and fat that maybe attached to the hides themselves. (No, no one wants to see a hairy hide...)Next on this glorious journey, these hides are then treated with chemicals that help “puff” the hide, making it easier to split into layers. The outer layer of the hide is used for goods like car seats, clothing, shoes, purses, etc. But, it’s the inner layer that is needed to make the rawhide. (Oh and other things like gelatin, cosmetics, and glue as well!)STEP 2: Now that we have the inner layer of the hide, it’s time to go to the post-tannery stage! Hides are washed and whitened using a solution of hydrogen peroxide and/or bleach; this will also help remove the smell of the rotten or putrid leather. Bonus! (Research also shows that other chemicals maybe used here to help the whitening process if the bleach isn’t strong enough.)STEP 3: Now it’s time to make these whitened sheets of this “leathery by-product” look delicious! So, here is where the artistic painting process comes in.“Basted, smoked, and decoratively tinted products might be any color (or odor) underneath the coating of (often artificial) dyes and flavors. They can even be painted with a coating of titanium oxide to make them appear white and pretty on the pet store shelves.” - whole-dog-journal.com“...the Material Safety Data Sheet reveals a toxic confection containing the carcinogen FD&C Red 40, along with preservatives like sodium benzoate. But tracking the effects of chemical exposure is nearly impossible when it’s a matter of slow, low-dose poisoning.”– thebark.comOk, now that these hides have been painted, it’s time for the final process.STEP 4: Getting it to last forever!Because the FDA does not consider these chews to be food, really it’s a free for all when it comes to the manufacturers of these leather strips, and the products they may want to add to these chews, to get them to last forever. Any sort of glue can be added here to get these bad boys to never come apart. When tested: Lead, arsenic, mercury, chromium salts, formaldehyde, and other toxic chemicals have been detected in raw hides. So it’s safe to say that any sort of glues can be used as well! Finally, it’s time to package and attach all the glorious marketing labels to the product.Check out the fine print warning that’s attached with some of these rawhides: “Choking or blockages. If your dog swallows large pieces of rawhide, the rawhide can get stuck in the esophagus or other parts of the digestive tract. Sometimes, abdominal surgery is needed to remove them from the stomach or intestines. If it isn’t resolved, a blockage can lead to death.“(Oh, how lovely...)And there it is! It’s now ready to be shipped to store shelves where it can be purchased for our loving animal companions. How do proactive veterinarians feel about these chews?Here is world-renowned veterinarian Dr. Karen Becker's take on the matter:“The name ‘rawhide’ is technically incorrect. A more accurate name would be processed-hide, because the skin isn’t raw at all. But the term “rawhide” has stuck.Rawhide chews start out hard, but as your dog works the chew it becomes softer, and eventually he can unknot the knots on each end and the chew takes on the consistency of a slimy piece of taffy or bubble gum. And by that time your dog cannot stop working it -- it becomes almost addictive.At this point, there’s no longer any dental benefit to the chew because it has turned soft and gooey, and, in fact, it has become a choking and intestinal obstruction hazard.“P.S. Ready for the jaw dropper?An investigation by Humane Society International stated in their report, “In a particularly grisly twist, the skins of brutally slaughtered dogs in Thailand are mixed with other bits of skin to produce rawhide chew toys for pet dogs. Manufacturers told investigators that these chew toys are regularly exported to and sold in U.S. stores.” – dogingtonpost.comRodney Habib Pet Health Site"An educated, informed and well-researched community of pet owners can only put more pressure on the pet food industry to be better! When pet owners know better, they will only do better!" ... See MoreSee Less
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If you are tired of waiting for “Sport Dog” to come back in stock at Chewy, you can get it at Amazon.com and get it on subscription for the same price as chewy. www.Amazon.com ... See MoreSee Less
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3 months ago

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WHY THIS LONGEVITY HERB IS A MUST ADD TO YOUR DOG’S DIET! 🐶🍠Cancer is considered the leading cause of sickness and death in dogs. In fact, when it comes to the golden retriever, one study found that 68.3% of golden retrievers were diagnosed with some form of cancer and 65.0% of golden retrievers had a death attributable to cancer. According to the National Cancer Institute, approximately 6 million new cancer diagnoses are made in dogs each year. “Since not all pets receive medical care or a definitive cancer diagnosis, this number likely would rise if every pet saw a veterinarian annually.” 📈- AAHAOne of the world's most extensively researched and promising natural compounds for cancer treatment is a medicinal herb that so desperately needs to be incorporated into our pets’ lives. 🌿 That herb is turmeric root. Turmeric has been used for thousands of years not only as a spice but also as a medicinal herb, and now science is beginning to understand why. 👩🏼‍🔬 Its medicinal properties and components (primarily curcumin) have been the subject of over 5600 peer-reviewed and published biomedical studies, and has been shown to have anti-aging properties. Over the years, curcumin has been studied as a potential tool to both reduce as well as possibly treat, different forms of cancer.🦠 Various studies have found that curcumin can help kill tumor cells, as well as inhibit tumor growth in test tube and animal studies. With the ability to selectively target cancer stem cells, curcumin plays a significant role in suppressing the metastasis of cancer cells.In addition, curcumin has also been shown to help boost the levels of brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) and improve cognition by making omega-3 DHA, more available in the brain.🧠 This means that in addition to improving memory, and maybe even delaying memory loss, curcumin-boosted BDNF could be effective in delaying or even halting age-related neurodegenerative diseases.More recent research has discovered curcumin may also protect the body from oxidative stress and damage caused by advanced glycation end products (AGEs). Studies show that cooking some foods at high heat results in the formation of more than ten to hundred times of new AGEs in foods. Processed canned and kibble dog food may contain significantly high levels of these AGEs. Animal and human studies show dietary AGEs result in increased oxidative stress, inflammation, and potentially organ damage, with more than half of absorbed AGEs bound in the liver and kidney. Accumulation of AGEs in the body over time may be a significant contributor of aging. Curcumin has been shown to not only protect the body from AGE’s damage but may also inhibit the formation of AGEs in the body.👉 Our suggested dose for dogs: 50 to 250 mg two times a day, this is roughly 2 mg per pound of body weight twice a day. *Based on curcumin's naturally low bioavailability, source a product that has been formulated for increased absorption.As with people, the longest lived dogs often have healthy dietary habits in common. In the Herbs for Health section of our new book, The Forever Dog, turmeric is one of the many herbs we recommend sharing with your dog. We also explain how to incorporate herbs into your dog’s meals, along with how much to feed. 🐾 Get your copy now: foreverdogextras.com/pet-longevity ... See MoreSee Less
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4 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
ALL HAIL MOTHER NATURE’S ORIGINAL SUPERFOOD FOR DOGS🐶, THE ALMIGHTY EGG🥚 AKA NATURE’S MULTIVITAMIN! When sourcing the perfect longevity snack for your dog, the humble egg🥚 should be at the top of your list! If there was such a thing as a perfect food for pets, it would be eggs. They are rich in bioavailable amino acids, healthy fats, vitamins, and minerals while being relatively low in calories and carbs. Whether from chicken🐔, quail, or ducks🦆, eggs are nature’s nutrition bombs!Eggs🥚 contain all ten essential amino acids needed to support effective muscle growth, recovery and maintenance. Eggs are also rich in choline, a nutrient crucial to the production of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine in the brain, which aids brain function, memory, and may help treat & even prevent “doggy dementia”.🧠Lastly, research shows as many as 60% of dogs have signs of arthritis🦴, on x-rays, and one veterinary study found dogs who consumed egg shell membrane had significantly less joint pain, so start feeding your pets more eggs as treats!What’s the best way to feed an egg?🍳 The fastest method, obviously, is to offer them raw... this is how animals have been eating eggs for millennia. However, according to science, lightly cooking the egg protein (called avidin) makes the B vitamin biotin easier to absorb but if you opt to cook you eggs, remember to not overcook them! Logically, applying too much heat to good food is a naturally destructive process. The chemistry of heating foods looks a lot like unwinding molecules, for better or for worse. Heating egg whites is generally beneficial, however, the yolks would do better with less heat, because heat damages fats and vital nutrients inside. Soft boiled is the ultimate way to cook an egg🥚 (this is when you boil an egg, but it’s still a little runny and the yolk is definitely not hard) because the fats and nutrients in the yolk essentially have three protective layers from oxidation – the water, eggshell, and egg white. This way, all of the good stuff in the egg yolk is maximally preserved while the whites are cooked enough for best protein utilization and removal of avidin. Instructions for soft boiling:Fill a medium pot with water and heat to a gentle simmer, just below boiling. Using a slotted spoon, carefully lower the eggs into the water and let simmer for 7 minutes (6 minutes for a runnier egg).When choosing eggs, go for pastured, free-range eggs to get the most nutrients. One egg is about seventy calories. My 30lb dog Shubie gets an egg on her meal several times a week. In our new book, The Forever Dog, we list over 40 of our favorite longevity foods you add to your pup’s bowl, backed by the most surprising new science as to why they’re so amazing at building health and longevity! We also show you how to add them in a way that keeps your pup’s nutrition in balance. You’ll want to check out the section called: “Core Longevity Toppers: Superfoods You Can Share with Your Dog on a Daily Basis.” We’ve also included handy charts on which foods are best at building your dog’s microbiome🦠, powerful polyphenol-rich foods🫐, as well as a long list of fast-n-fresh training treats, if you’re on the go. The Forever Dog book is now available for order worldwide! www.foreverdogextras.com/pet-longevity ... See MoreSee Less
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4 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
🐶🍎Grab & Go Treats - Apples!🍎🐶Another fresh food treat to try with your pup: a bite of fresh apple! An easy and convenient treat that dogs love, apples are loaded with polyphenol compounds that have been shown to prevent and slow down various diseases, including epicatechin, which improves blood circulation and boosts the level of immune system protection. The peel contains three- to six-folds more flavonoids than the flesh, so don’t remove this nutrient-rich skin. Some variants that are packed with antioxidants: Gala, Red Delicious, Royal Gala, and Jonagold. Buy organic or spray-free, remove the core and seeds, chop up into bite sized pieces and treat away! 🐶Looking for other fresh food snacks you can share with your dog? You can find dozens of other grab-n-go treat ideas in our book, get your copy here: foreverdog.com 🐾 ... See MoreSee Less
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4 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
NEW LONGEVITY RESEARCH SAYS BLUEBERRIES🫐 ARE ONE OF THE MOST BENEFICIAL DOG TREATS YOU CAN EVER FEED YOUR PET!These little blue bombshells quench free radicals and protect against oxidative damage🧬, not to mention they’re loaded with longevity-promoting biomolecules, making them one of our top recommendations you can share from your refrigerator right now! (Buy spray-free). 🐾Whether loading them up in your treat pouch fresh or offering them frozen when they aren't in season, blueberries are one the best anti-aging treats in the world! 🫐⚡️There are dozens of other fresh and easy Grab-n-Go longevity treat suggestions (backed by a ton of science) in our upcoming The Forever Dog Book, but don’t want to wait to learn more? Join us this Sunday for "The Forever Dog Learning Lab" Live event! Reserve your spot here: foreverdog.com/learning-lab/ ... See MoreSee Less
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4 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
What's The Best Type of Yogurt🥛 to Feed Your Pet?🐾Whether your dog has just finished a round of antibiotics💊, or you're looking to help combat diseases like allergies, digestive problems, obesity, diabetes, or liver disease, the consumption of fermented foods with probiotic properties, such as kefir, stands out due to its gut microbiota-modulating capacity and can be useful in the management of diseases like these. Yogurt and kefir🥛 are both fermented foods, but according to the most recent veterinary science, Kefir, hands down, contains more beneficial bacteria. The study found dogs🐶 that were fed Kefir had a healthier gut within 2 weeks, and concluded Kefir may be used as a probiotic food supplement to improve a dog's quality of life!Adding 1 tablespoon🥄 per 10 pounds of body weight of plain kefir to your dog's food is a great way to boost gut health, and is just one of our many suggestions in the "Mending the Microbiome🦠" section of our upcoming book called The Forever Dog! Whether you have a canine companion with digestive issues or you're looking to help bulletproof your dog's gut, we offer up a series of ideas and tips that can really help your dog out! The book can be found here: foreverdog.com ... See MoreSee Less
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4 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
Yummy pineapple 🍍Next up on the fresh food treat list to try with your pup: fresh pineapple! 🍍Pineapple is a good source of vitamin C and beta-carotene that can benefit your dog’s body, especially as they age, but it’s the anti-inflammatory enzymes (Bromelain) that makes this fruit a fantastic snack for the body. Have you tried offering a bite of pineapple to your dog?! 👍🏼👎🏼?Looking for other fresh food snacks you can share with your dog? foreverdog.com is taking pre-orders now 🐶 ... See MoreSee Less
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4 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
What are you doing to purify your drinking water?💧A new veterinary study looking at carcinogens in dogs’ drinking water 🐾concluded pollutants in tap water increase the risk of certain cancers in dogs, and that filtering tap water could decrease the overall incidence of these cancers. Researchers found dogs with bladder cancer were more likely to live in areas with higher tap water concentrations of total trihalomethane, a reactive byproduct of disinfection chemicals, especially chlorination, used in municipal tap water.So the big question is: what are you doing to remove chlorine and other contaminants from your household water?Chemical-laden 🚱 tap water is just one of the quiet, common household pollutants millions of families are exposed on a daily basis, unless we do something to fix the situation. In our upcoming book, The Forever Dog, we cover all of the top household environmental risks you should be aware of, including the section titled “How Bad is Your Water?💧”. Chlorine is just one of the many contaminants that may be found in your water supply.If you receive your water from a public water supply, we recommend you research the quality of your water by accessing your community’s Annual Quality Report. Check the NRDC (Natural Resources Defense Council) report “What’s On Tap?”, and ask your water utility (the company that bills you monthly) for a copy of its annual water quality report. This report will list the detected contaminants, the potential source(s) of those contaminants, and the levels at which those contaminants were present in the water supply. Using this information, you’ll be able to choose the correct filter for your family’s drinking water.Choose the filter technology that best suits your circumstances and budget: whole-house carbon; individual carbon filters on water spigots and portable pitchers, refrigerator filters; reverse osmosis filters in the kitchen, there are many to choose from. Choose a filter system that addresses the contaminants in your area, as each type of filter has its strengths and limitations, and one type does not accomplish all goals.P.S. - Already pre-ordered the The Forever Dog book? We know you have questions about what to do right now, so we’ve created some early learning opportunities to answer some of your most burning questions before the book comes out. Claim your VIP ticket to our private, LIVE Forever Dog Learning Labs! These free Masterclasses are the perfect opportunities to learn more about what you can be doing to increase your dog’s health span and lifespan right now. Don't have a copy? Get one here: www.ForeverDog.com ... See MoreSee Less
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4 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
Please don’t feed Rawhide trays of any kind ho your fur babies! Keep them alive! #carolynscavanese #puppy #puppies #norawhidehere #badforyourdog #unhealthytreat youtu.be/Oc265q0ZRss ... See MoreSee Less
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4 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
Oh my!!!!🍂🎃Tis the season for pumpkin spice...(or acrolein, formaldehyde, and acetaldehyde)Those amazing autumn candles don’t just fill our homes with the aroma of cinnamon, vanilla bean and pumpkin spice, they can also fill our home with a long list of chemicals🧪 that are NOT listed on the labels. According to federal law in the United States, the components of any substance labeled as “fragrance” do not need to be disclosed to the EPA, FDA, or any regulatory agency. To avoid these chemicals getting in and on your pets, do not buy products that list “fragrance” on the label. Looking for more science-based tips like this to help protect your pet? Check out The Forever Dog: foreverdog.com ... See MoreSee Less
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4 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
This hazardous chewy toy is a by-product of the leather industry, not the food industry (which is why most are labelled as non-edible and/or dangerous if swallowed). The chemicals it takes to make this unsafe chew, from start to finish, is staggering!Want to learn more about the safe treats that will nourish your pet without the list of chemicals, join our " The Forever Dog Learning Lab" held weekly - foreverdog.com/learninglab ... See MoreSee Less
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4 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
Which one are you? ... See MoreSee Less
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4 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
What are you doing to purify your drinking water?💧 A new veterinary study looking at carcinogens in dogs’ drinking water 🐾concluded pollutants in tap water increase the risk of certain cancers in dogs, and that filtering tap water could decrease the overall incidence of these cancers. Researchers found dogs with bladder cancer were more likely to live in areas with higher tap water concentrations of total trihalomethane, a reactive byproduct of disinfection chemicals, especially chlorination, used in municipal tap water.So the big question is: what are you doing to remove chlorine and other contaminants from your household water? Chemical-laden 🚱 tap water is just one of the quiet, common household pollutants millions of families are exposed on a daily basis, unless we do something to fix the situation. In our upcoming book, The Forever Dog, we cover all of the top household environmental risks you should be aware of, including the section titled “How Bad is Your Water?💧”. Chlorine is just one of the many contaminants that may be found in your water supply. If you receive your water from a public water supply, we recommend you research the quality of your water by accessing your community’s Annual Quality Report. Check the NRDC (Natural Resources Defense Council) report “What’s On Tap?”, and ask your water utility (the company that bills you monthly) for a copy of its annual water quality report. This report will list the detected contaminants, the potential source(s) of those contaminants, and the levels at which those contaminants were present in the water supply. Using this information, you’ll be able to choose the correct filter for your family’s drinking water. Choose the filter technology that best suits your circumstances and budget: whole-house carbon; individual carbon filters on water spigots and portable pitchers, refrigerator filters; reverse osmosis filters in the kitchen, there are many to choose from. Choose a filter system that addresses the contaminants in your area, as each type of filter has its strengths and limitations, and one type does not accomplish all goals. P.S. - Already pre-ordered the book? We know you have questions about what to do right now, so we’ve created some early learning opportunities to answer some of your most burning questions before the book comes out. And starting this week, claim your VIP ticket to our private, LIVE Forever Dog Learning Labs! These free Masterclasses are the perfect opportunities to learn more about what you can be doing to increase your dog’s health span and lifespan right now. More details later this week! Pre-order The Forever Dog book here: www.ForeverDog.com/about ... See MoreSee Less
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4 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
Our 2 new babies! Rowan Wallace aka Rommy & Ivy Lee!! Sweetest Cavalier King Charles Spaniels! #carolynscavanese #cavalierkingcharlesspaniel #baby #babies #sweetlove ... See MoreSee Less
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5 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
So this seems to be a Cavalier thing!!??? Yeah think??? This is both Ms. Ivy and Mr. Rommy cuddling on our chest! #carolynscavanese #cavanese #cavalierkingcharlesspaniel #MySweetBabies ... See MoreSee Less
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5 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
We just picked up sweet baby Ivy Lee!!! On to Horseshoe Bay, TX to deliver little Ms. Ollie!!! #carolynscavanese #cavanese -#cavalierkingcharlesspaniel #ontheroad ... See MoreSee Less
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5 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
Now on our way to pick up Ms. Sweet Ivy Lee! She will be our newest Momma! #carolynscavanese #cavanese #forverfamily #adopted #puppy #puppies #cavalierkingcharlesspaniel ... See MoreSee Less
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5 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
3 very happy families waking up with their sweet babies! #carolynscavanese #cavanese #forverfamily #adopted #puppy #puppies ... See MoreSee Less
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5 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
Yesterday, we were up at 3 am getting ready to go to on the road. We delivered 3 baby girls to their forever families! Next post has pictures! #carolynscavanese #cavanese #forverfamily #adopted #puppy #puppies ... See MoreSee Less
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5 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
Prince Bowie went to his forever family today. He is so happy to be there and the family is so in love with him! #carolynscavanese #cavanese #adopted #foreverfamily #puppy #pup #ilovemypuppy ... See MoreSee Less
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5 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
7 puppies went to the vet! All are healthy and perfect in every way!!! Scooby has also been delivered to his forever family and they have fallen in love with each other!!! #carolynscavanese #cavanese #puppy #puppies #adopted#vetvisit #healthcheck #foreverhome #foreverfamily ... See MoreSee Less
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5 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
FYI! NOT MY PET JUST SHARING. Just saw this from a another group. Luckily my pets can’t reach the counter but wanted to share. #carolynscavanese #cavanese #saveyourbaby #dangersforpets ... See MoreSee Less
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5 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
Poor Ned!!!! LOL 😆❤️🐶🥰 #carolynscavanese #cavanese #puppy #puppies #kitten #kittens ... See MoreSee Less
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5 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
Watching Daddy making his breakfast!! Come on Daddy, what’s taking so long? LOL 😂 #carolynscavanese #cavanese #breakfast #waitingfordaddy #isthatforme ... See MoreSee Less
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6 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
Good to know!!! ... See MoreSee Less
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6 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
What type of dog water bowl do you use? 🐶💧The dog water bowl has previously been identified as the third most contaminated🦠 item within the household and can be a breeding ground for dangerous germs & life-threatening bacteria🧫 that can put the entire house at risk, researchers at University Centre Hartpury have revealed. So, which dish is best to use for a dog water bowl? The bowl that grows the least amount of life-threatening bacteria! In the first study of its’ kind, Hartpury scientists found stainless steel grew the least amount of bacteria and over time, plastic bowls grew the highest amount, but the shocking part was the most harmful bacterial species (including salmonella, E. coli and MRSA) were most frequently identified in CERAMIC bowls!Lead can also be a problem when using ceramic bowls, and the endocrine disrupting chemicals found in plastic bowls are a no-go! Also be aware plastic bowls🥣 can cause Plastic Dish Nasal Dermatitis🙀: Chemicals in plastic absorb through the skin and inhibit the synthesis of melanin, leaving the nose👃🏼 and adjacent areas with pink blotches.So stainless steel🍴 bowls are the safest, right? Well not so fast.... there’s even been recalls on stainless bowls😫. In our upcoming The Forever Dog book, in the chapter titled Environmental Impact and the section labelled “Toxic Toys, Chews, and Beds", we cover how to choose the best chemical-free bowls🚫 that won’t leach contaminants over time. The Forever Dog is available now for pre-order, worldwide, check out the www.ForeverDog.com/about ... See MoreSee Less
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6 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
Just wants a buddy to play with!!! LOL 😝 ... See MoreSee Less
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6 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
Please share!Cane toads secrete a milky poison that can kill pets who so much as lick them or even lap the water where they sat. ... See MoreSee Less
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6 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
So here are the 7 puppies! Which one(s) did you miss? Give me the number(s)? #carolynscavanese #cavanese #cavanesepuppy #hideandseek #peekaboo #iseeyou #puppy #puppies #pup ... See MoreSee Less
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6 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
How many babies do you see? There are 7 in the picture! Message when you see them! LOL 😂 #carolynscavanese #cavanese #puppy #puppies #hideandseek #hiding #findme #youcantseeme #babies ... See MoreSee Less
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6 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
So touching! ... See MoreSee Less
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6 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
Now you know! LOL 😂 ... See MoreSee Less
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6 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
We sure don’t. 🐶❤️🐾 ... See MoreSee Less
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6 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
Awwwwww ... See MoreSee Less
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6 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
Those “extra” nails on your dog’s feet aren’t useless! ... See MoreSee Less
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6 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
The last puppy is s adopted! Bella’s girl # 1 with the ring on her tail! Little Ms. Stuffie! #carolynscavanese #adopted ... See MoreSee Less
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6 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
Bella girl #2 (Charli)has been adopted! #carolynscavanese #adopted ... See MoreSee Less
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6 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
Poppy’s girl #1 (Ruby Rose) has been adopted. #carolynscavanese #adopted ... See MoreSee Less
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6 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
Poppy’s girl # 2 (Mable) has been adopted! #carolynscavanese #adopted ... See MoreSee Less
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6 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
Bella boy (Bowie) has been adopted!! #carolynscavanese #adopted ... See MoreSee Less
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6 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
Poppy’s girl # 3 is adopted!! Named Mango!!! #carolynscavanese #adopted ... See MoreSee Less
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6 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
Little Bella boy has been chosen! #carolynscavanese ... See MoreSee Less
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6 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
What? You can’t see me!? LOL Taking the pack out to potty and look who’s watching us! #carolynscavanese #deerinthebackyard ... See MoreSee Less
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7 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
Happy 4th of July to my family and friends to the south of me! #carolynscavanese #happyfourthofjuly #happy4thofjuly #independenceday ... See MoreSee Less
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7 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
Bella’s boy # 2,9.0 ozBorn June 27th, 2021#carolynscavanese ... See MoreSee Less
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7 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
Bella’s boy # 1, 8.0 ozBorn June 27th, 2021#carolynscavanese ... See MoreSee Less
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7 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
Bella’s girl # 2, 11.0 ozBorn June 27th, 2021#carolynscavanese ... See MoreSee Less
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7 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
Bella’s girl # 1, 10.5 ozBorn June 27th, 2021#carolynscavanese ... See MoreSee Less
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7 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
Poppy’s girl # 3,11.5 ozBorn June 24th, 2021#carolynscavanese ... See MoreSee Less
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7 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
Poppy’s girl # 2,11.5 ozBorn June 24th, 2021#carolynscavanese ... See MoreSee Less
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7 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
Poppy’s girl # 1, 11.5 ozBorn June 24th, 2021#carolynscavanese ... See MoreSee Less
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7 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
Silly Babies!! ... See MoreSee Less
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7 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
Momma Bella had 4 healthy beautiful babies. 2 boys (Blenheim and Black and White) 2 girls both Black and White Tri. All are spoken fir from my waiting list. #carolynscavanese #cavanese #puppy #puppies #fashion ... See MoreSee Less
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7 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
Ms. Bella’s first baby boy born at 2:18 pm today! 3 more to go! #carolynscavanese #inlabor #cavanese #puppy #puppies #adopted ... See MoreSee Less
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7 months ago

Carolyn's Cavanese
Ms. Bella is in active labor. We know from our trip on Friday from the x-ray that Ms. Bella has 4 babies in her. #carolynscavanese #inlabor #cavanese #puppy #puppies #adopted ... See MoreSee Less
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