Strollers are great for people that have kids. It makes a parents life so much easier when having to walk a long distance. This is because after the child gets tired, they want to be held. It is much easier to push the kid in a stroller to your destination than it is to carry them the whole way. Especially if you are a mother that is wearing high heel shoes.

 The same concept applies for pet parents. When you have a four-legged furry friend, it is important to make sure you have everything possible to make their life and your life as easy as possible. So it would make a lot of sense if you would purchase a pet stroller for your dog. But where would you purchase one of those from? If you don't live in a big city, you would have to purchase one of these strollers online. I, of course, live in a small town in Louisiana. So I bought my dogs pet stroller from a site called, http://www.fitcitymoms . It is not only fashionable but comfortable for my dog.

 So if you are in the market for a pet stroller for your dog, I suggest you look there first! They have awesome reviews about many different types and brands of pet strollers for your little pooch.

Turmeric is hands down one of the most beneficial substances known,  in terms of it’s effect on human and animal health. That said, every creature is different, and in rare cases some mild side effects have been reported in connection with the use of turmeric.  Don’t worry, none of the turmeric for dogs side effects are lethal.

 The following is a short list of some of these common and very uncommon side effects. It should also be noted that many of these side effects may be related to dosage, as some individuals give their pets much more turmeric than is recommended or necessary. Read more on turmeric dosage amount here at this blog:

* In overly-high doses, turmeric may increase the chance of dogs developing kidney stones. This is because turmeric can influence blood oxylate levels, and oxylate combined with calcium is known to encourage the formation of kidney stones.

* Turmeric can act as a binding agent. Because of this, if your dog is receiving turmeric yet does not get enough water it can result in the development of constipation. This is easily solved by giving the dog as much water as he needs and occasionally giving him some yogurt to help out with digestion.

* Can cause upset stomach in some dogs, but this is usually dosage related. This can also be solved bymixing the turmeric thoroughly with the food before it is served to the dog.

* Dogs that are receiving turmeric should not at the same time be given aspirin, antacids, or any kind of diabetes medication.