December 03, 2015

Dogs ›   Lamb Ears ›   New Product ›   Treats ›  

Peppy Pooch Launches New Range Of All Natural Lamb Ear Chews For Dogs

Phunkee Monkee LLC, a Pittsburgh, PA based company today announces the expansion of their Peppy Pooch brand of dog treats. The company's passion is to provide dog owners with the best, 100% all natural, products made from only the highest quality ingredients. These healthy treats reflect the company's commitment to delivering great tasting snacks to everyone's furry friends which their owners can trust and the dogs will love.

Following on from the launch earlier in the year of low fat, lean protein 6 inch Bully Sticks and Bully Bites the company is pleased to now announce the launch of their all natural Lamb Ear Chews.

"We have sourced the highest quality lamb treats in keeping with our vision of bringing only the best products to our customers" said a company spokesperson. "New Zealand Whites are widely recognized as being the highest quality and with no additives or flavorings these chews are perfect for dogs with sensitive stomachs."

Peppy Pooch Lamb Ears are typically smaller than pig ears making them a more manageable treat for dogs of all sizes while still providing plenty of good chewing to help clean teeth and gums. For customers looking for a lower fat content, they are ideal. The lamb ears are very low in fat and a good source of lean protein making them a great choice for all dogs.

As more people are making the decision to eat healthily and to question the quality of their own food, the demand for high quality and all natural treats for their pets has also been increasing.
It appears this trend is set to continue as more evidence emerges linking a lack of wholesome ingredients in unhealthy diets to longer term health issues.

Everyone wants their pets to live a long, healthy and happy life and avoiding highly processed foods is a step in the right direction.

Phunkee Monkee is committed to bringing more high quality, all natural products to its customers over the coming months. The Peppy Pooch brand is available on line at

December 03, 2015

Bully Sticks ›   Customer ›   Dogs ›   Reviews ›  

Customer Response to Peppy Pooch Bully Sticks Is Overwhelmingly Positive

Phunkee Monkee LLC, a Pittsburgh, PA based company today announced that it continues to see an outstandingly positive response to their Peppy Pooch Brand of 6 inch Bully Sticks.

A company spokesperson said, “The all natural Bully Sticks for dogs were launched in June and customer feedback has been overwhelmingly positive from day one. We believe that this is a reflection of our focus on high quality products and outstanding customer service.”

“Great bully sticks! Low odor, nicely made (not hollow) and keeps my lil one busy for hours. Extra bonus being made in the U.S.! Have tried many, many different sources for bully sticks cause my dog is a big chewer (12 lb Chi-mix). Would definitely buy again“ said one very happy customer.

The spokesperson continued, “Many people are quickly becoming repeat purchasers due to the fact that their dogs just love our Peppy Pooch Bully Sticks. For example satisfied customer Lisa had this to say ‘Our puppy loves these and we just ordered our second pack. No telling how much furniture these may have saved!’”

Low odor is certainly a consideration for most people when choosing a brand of Bully Stick for their dog. Peppy Pooch Bully Sticks are prepared in such a way as to minimize the natural odor WITHOUT resorting to chemical treatment of any kind.

One satisfied customer wrote “I give these to my 2 puppy mini Schnauzers when they are in their crate and they LOVE them. I have given them other bully sticks that stink - like OMG stink up the whole house disgusting stink. These are relatively smell free comparatively.”

Peppy Pooch Bully Sticks brand of dog treats are low fat, lean protein chews made in the USA with no byproducts, hormones, fillers, or other additives. The company’s passion is to provide dog owners with the best, 100% all natural products made from only the highest quality ingredients. These healthy treats reflect the company’s commitment to delivering great tasting snacks to everyone’s furry friends which their owners can trust and the dogs will love.

Phunkee Monkee is committed to bringing more high quality, all natural products to its customers over the coming months. The Peppy Pooch brand is available on line at

December 03, 2015

Dogs ›   Photo Competition ›  

Peppy Pooch Photo Competition

Have a great photo of your favorite pooch? Excellent!

Enter our photo competition for a chance to win!

We really enjoy receiving photos from our customers which show off their favorite pooch. When we share the photos we always get a great response and so we decided to encourage more people to share the love by running a competition on our Facebook Brand Page.

Anybody that has a great photo of their dog can email it to us. The picture will be entered into the competition and will also be displayed in a gallery on our Facebook Page for everyone to see. At the end of each month a winner will be picked and they will receive a gift.

Don’t worry if you’re one of the people who has already sent us a photo - your picture will be entered into the first months competition which starts on September 1 and will run through to the end of the month. The winning picture will be announced in early October.

Photos should be sent to:

December 03, 2015

Background ›   Dogs ›   Information ›   Tips ›  

Man's (or Woman's) Best Friend

The dog is one of the most popular pets in the world. It ordinarily remains loyal to a considerate master, and because of this the dog has been called man's best friend. Class distinctions between people have no part in a dog's life. It can be a faithful companion to either rich or poor.

Dogs have been domesticated for most of human history and have thus endeared themselves to many over the years. Stories have been told about brave dogs that served admirably in war or that risked their lives to save persons in danger. When Pompeii--the Roman community destroyed by Mount Vesuvius in AD 79--was finally excavated, researchers found evidence of a dog lying across a child, apparently trying to protect the youngster.

A dog fits easily into family life. It thrives on praise and affection. When a master tells a dog that it is good, the animal happily wags its tail. But when a master scolds a dog, it skulks away with a sheepish look and with its tail tucked between its legs.
People in the city as well as those in other areas can enjoy a dog. Medium-size or small dogs are best suited for the confines of the city. Large dogs need considerable exercise over a large area.

When a person decides to own a dog, he or she should be prepared to care for it properly. For a dog to stay healthy it must be correctly fed and adequately groomed, and its medical needs must be met. For a dog to be well-mannered it must be properly trained. It should never be ill-treated or mishandled. Otherwise, it will bite in its own defense.

The wild ancestors of all dogs were hunters. Wolves and other wild relatives of the dog still hunt in packs for their food. Dogs have retained the urge to be with the pack. This is why they do not like to be left alone for long. Some breeds of dogs still retain the hunting instinct.

Dogs exist in a wide range of sizes, colors, and temperaments. Some, such as the Doberman pinscher and the German shepherd, serve as alert and aggressive watchdogs. Others, such as the beagle and the cocker spaniel, are playful family pets, even though they were bred for hunting. Still others, such as the collie and the Welsh corgi, can herd farm or range animals. Each of the dogs just mentioned is a purebred. A mongrel dog, however--one with many breeds in its background--can just as easily fit into family life.

Dogs have been with humans since prehistoric times. Over the years they have performed various services. They have pulled sleds over snowy tracts. They have delivered messages, herded sheep and cattle, and even rescued people trapped in the snow. Soviet scientists launched dogs into space to test the ability of mammals to survive the rigors of space travel before people were sent up. In the past dogs have even been worshiped as gods.

Dogs are trained as guard dogs in peacetime by law enforcement agencies and military services. Because of their keen sense of smell, dogs are used by police at times to track down escaped prisoners. Law enforcement agencies also rely on the dog's acute sense of smell to uncover illegal drugs. And specially trained dogs serve as the "eyes" of the blind, guiding the steps of their sightless masters around obstacles and hazards.

Perhaps few of the millions of dogs in the world are heroic or hardworking, but they are still a source of genuine delight to their owners - and that, after all, is why we love them so much.

December 03, 2015

Dogs ›   Stress Management ›   Tips ›  

Managing Stress In Dogs

Did you realize that your dog could suffer from stress just as we can? In addition to occasional events such as thunderstorms or fireworks, recent studies have shown even the most pampered pets have daily stressors that can affect their long-term health. Inflammatory bowel syndrome, obesity, gastric dilatation volvulus (bloat), noise phobias and separation anxiety have all been linked to chronic stress in dogs.

Just like with people, there are many stressful events within a pet's world. Holidays, storms, traveling, boarding, grooming, and separation anxiety can all create stress for your pet. Animals can become very upset when they aren't sure what is happening, which is often the case with loud fireworks or thunder. There is also reason to believe that the way a mammal responds to stress and chronic disease is directly related to nutrient deficiencies, imbalances and toxicity.

The most important thing you can do for your pet is to provide balanced nutrition.
They don’t appreciate fireworks or thunder! Keep them inside with music, and be sure to stay calm around them. Yelling at them only reaffirms their thinking that bad things are happening.
Use treats or a favorite toy to diffuse negative feelings associated with leaving or loud noises. Give them a favorite toy that they only get when there is an issue. A good option for dogs is a Premium Bully Stick. This will distract them for hours and get them through stressful times.

Taking steps to calm your pet is worth the effort. The goal is to help pets cope with stress. Over time, they will learn to tolerate these stressful situations and live a longer, happier life.

Extracts From Original Article in Revival Animal Health
Author : Dr B. Article

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