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Why pawTree Pet Food?January 06, 2023
By pawTree Home Office
As a pet parent, there’s nothing more important than the health and happiness of your fur baby. As we know, healthy pets make for happy pets! And when baby is happy… well, you know what they say.
So, Why Is Food So Important?Because food is the foundation of good health. Just like hoomans, your pet’s health is determined by two things: genetics and nutrition. As pet parents, there’s not much we can do about genetics, but we can make nutritional choices today to improve their health tomorrow and for years to come.
Good, high-quality food can support proper digestion, energy levels, sleep patterns, immune systems, overall wellness and more.
That being said, there are a lot of options out there, and it can get quite overwhelming to choose the right food for your pet’s unique needs. Luckily, pawTree has several options. What’s more, if you’re still unsure, your petPro can help you find the perfect option.
Why PawTree Food?We developed our food alongside the best vets, pet nutritionists and team of experts to help you take the guesswork out of pet nutrition. pawTree food has everything you want for your pet — and none of the things you don’t.
Here are a few of the ways pawTree pet food takes care of your fur baby the way they deserve.
And None Of The Ingredients That Hurt.At pawTree, we don’t cut corners and we don’t add “filler” ingredients.
We don’t add poultry by-products, sugars or sweeteners, artificial colors or preservatives, corn, wheat or soy because we want to fuel our fur babies, not just fill them.
Plus, More Nutrients Per Calorie.In other words, more love in every bite. Nutritionally-dense and highly digestible food means your four legged family members are getting more of what they need and less of what they don’t. It also means less waste! And as much as we love taking care of our fur babies, no one’s mad about that.
Meet Your Pet’s Specific Needs!While they might share the same part of our heart, no two fur babies are alike.
Whether your pet is a picky pup or an allergic kitten, pawTree makes pet food for every four-legged family member.
With customized recipes to address these needs, you’ll be surprised at how big of a difference food can make.
Here are a few of our most beloved recipes:
If you have any questions about which pawTree pet food best suits your pet’s unique needs, let us know! We’d be happy to help you find the perfect match for your furry friend.
What size Doodle do I want?
You might have said to yourself “They have Standard Doodles and Mediums and Minis- which size do I want??” (Or you already know and will never change😀) But if you are considering the options, here are some thoughts for you. First of all, what is your lifestyle? Do you have a small apartment in a busy city and a job that requires a long workday? You might want a Mini! Or Minis might be advisable if you are older and have a small car and a smaller house and can’t manage a big, strong dog. Now if you want a smaller size dog, but you like running and hiking and you have childhood memories of a standard size dog, maybe a Medium would be a good compromise! And Mediums are fun because they are a little more unusual and if you are the stylish type that likes to be a little unpredictable, the Medium Goldendoodle will bring questions from bystander “What type of dog is that?” Especially the reds! They are a less common color of Doodle at this point in time. Now as for Standards, they are the classic Doodle and satisfy those who want a substantial dog to fill the home and stand next to your chair for a pat. They eat more and take up more of the couch, but when your teenager needs a full body hug, there is no one better. If you still aren’t sure, call us and we’ll talk you through to a decision!!
Here is an excerpt from an email that came in today from some Labradoodle customers. They bought two at once!
"Hi Jennings Family, I am writing to let you know how wonderful our new puppies are. They are 4 months old now and full of fun and adventure. Cherry is now Bella and Pine is now Bayley, they are 23 pounds. Your new puppies are adorable. We have been sharing your website to lots of friends and family and have found out just how many people are getting Labradoodles, they sure are popular.
We wish you a Merry Christmas and a Very Happy 2013.
Peggy and Paul
That about says it! Talk to you soon! Andy & Heather
A box of Chocolates!
Well, Licorice is sold and the new litter has arrived! So, Kim, go to the contact page if you want to discuss other options. As far as the new arrivals go, they are our first litter of pure chocolate. We have always had light, brown and black mixed-litters even out of Dolly and Chaco, same parents. Go figure, but its beautiful~ Just last night my 8 year old Jane and I clipped nails and gave the first worm meds. I know Dolly is much happier today, now that we cut those little barbs off! And if Mama is happy, everyone's happy, especially your puppy...
Started Labradoodle Puppy
I want to introduce Licorice, the cutest Labradoodle puppy on the premises at Adirondack Labradoodles. I'm also required to mention that he is the only Labradoodle puppy presently on the premises at Adirondack Labradoodle. But he is also arguably one of the cutest on the Eastern Seaboard, so I'm not just blowing hot air! Anyway, he is 12 weeks old now, well on his way to being housebroken, he is fully crate-trained (loves his crate! goes in many times a day on his own) and just a lover! He loves to come right up to me and shake hands, and get a chest rub. He loves to come sit next to my chair and watch me do whatever it is I do!? Now he needs a home, and if you need a partially trained, beautiful Labradoodle now that summer is coming on, I highly recommend you contact us and come see Licorice. He will not disappoint any dog-lover! Yours, Andy
My advice on this is as follows, " Don't backslide!" When you receive your puppy from us, it will be sleeping in a crate through the night with no accidents. Every morning at 6am it will be used to running straight outside and hitting the grass to do its business. Make sure you set an alarm and get up for the morning blitz. Then as the weeks go by the puppy will be more able to hold its peace. As far as daytime housebreaking goes, the key to that is making sure that you let puppy out immediately after meals, and only introduce a water bowl inside, once feeding and going out is well established. What you don't want to do is leave a puppy knocking around the house for long periods unsupervised. Then they will have no choice but to find a spot to relieve themselves, and then you will have an issue to resolve. If you keep them supervised in your living space, or outside, or in a crate at all times for the first few weeks, it will probably never be an issue! And you'll say like so many others "Our puppy is so smart, I can't believe how easy she was to potty-train..." Smart people make our dogs look good! Be smart!
Loving the New Labradoodle
Here is an excerpt from an email received today 3/25/12 which shows the results of following the advice of the previous post:
I hope all is well. As you can see we decided on a name--Ollie (or Oliver as his grandma likes :))
He is doing so well, we are really impressed. We took him to the vet on Friday and he was perfect!
The first night he didn't like sleeping in the crate and cried for about 20 minutes like you said he may. Then every night after that he goes in it and sleeps for 7-8 hours soundly. It's wonderful. He also has learned to go near the door when he needs to pee.
He is very loved by all our family members. We could not ask for a better dog. We want to thank you for your help and raising him so well. Attached are two pictures of him. Tell your kids they did a great job with him!
That is what we are shooting for here at Adirondack Labradoodle. Healthy puppies and happy owners! Pure joy!!
Here's a bit of advice I sent off to a brand new puppy owner:
Hi (Customer), My only advice with crate training is put the crate in another room and ignore his cries. I know its tough to hear him fuss, but if he's fed, watered, and been outside to the bathroom, then he's just working you to get his way. Stand strong, shut the door, turn up the music, and ignore him, you'll be happy you did! He'll obey better in every way. Let me know how it goes! Andy
You've got to do the training early- and these Labradoodles will be "the smartest dog we've ever had, so obedient" or if you're lax, maybe not. Be a dog leader not a dog follower!
(From an email to a customer) "I thought I would answer some of your questions to assist you in thinking through the idea of getting a Labradoodle. First question-- have you browsed all the way through our site? If you read through all the pages, you get a pretty good idea all about Basil's parentage and our Labradoodle breeding and puppy-rearing approach. When you purchase a Labradoodle puppy from us you get a dog that people consistently say "this is the best dog we've ever had" (to quote from an email received out of the blue the other day), you get the puppy's blankie, you get the parents pedigree papers, you get an ongoing source of advice and communication and friendship with the Jennings and Basil's mommy and daddy, most important you get a very smart, friendly, health-certified puppy that shouldn't need more than a $100 checkup plus some shots and worm meds each year. These Labradoodles are hearty and easy to work with assuming they are trained carefully for the first few months. As far as actual "stuff", we let the owner decide what to have for the puppy's home set-up, but basically all you should need is a large collapsible wire crate for $70, a bed with cleanable cover, two no-tip bowls, a leash, maybe a dog brush, and a couple nylon chew toys. Figure on a vet visit in each of the 2 months post-adoption, and you should be all set." That's pretty much the Adirondack Labradoodle value proposition! Have a great day!
Andy, and maybe Heather sometimes. Hopefully when I get done with chores each morning I can make an entry