•February 18th: President’s Day Sale - Buy one, Get one free clearance sale
•March 15th & 16th: “Luck Of The Irish” Sale: Receive a 10% -50% off coupon drawing with every purchase (furniture and pet carriers are excluded)
•March 22nd - 23rd: Easter Sale - 50% off Easter merchandise
•Spring Special Sale: Buy One, Get One Free women’s shoes and purses
•May 11th: Mother’s Day Sale - Mothers get 50% off clothing, purses, shoes, purses & jewelry and free flowers
•May 24th-25th: Pre-Memorial Day Sale
•June 14-15th: Father’s Day Sale - Fathers get 50% off tools, men’s clothing and shoes
•July 1st- 6th: Sizzling Summer Sale - 50% off summer clothes all week!
•August 5th-9th: Back To School Sale - 50% off slacks and jeans
•September 3rd- 7th: Summer Clearance - 50% off
•October 18th-19th: “Spooky Sale” - 50% off Halloween items
•November 20th-23rd: 50% off Thanksgiving items
•November 29th: Black Friday Sale - 50% off storewide sale
•December 2nd-22nd: 50% off extended Christmas Sale
•December 13th: Photo with Santa Paws (complimentary dog biscuits, apple cider, cookies and candy canes - $5.00 donation)
|Health & Wellness - Dog Food Comparison Chart|
Research and information on these pages is provided by Golden Girls Health. Sequoia Humane Society is in no way liable for data errors or omissions. You alone are responsible for your canine companion's health and safety. The information provided here is applicable to all dog breeds.
Four Determinants of Canine Health:
Of these, you are responsible for three:
Why it Matters:
Your canine companion cannot choose his own food. You, therefore, must make responsible, informed, and intelligent choices.
The better your dog eats today the healthier he will be tomorrow.
Your dog's body requires a 'species-appropriate' diet-like all species.
Feeding Your Canine Companion
History - Dogs are carnivores-they evolved over 14,000 years eating primarily meat. On their own, they are opportunistic and will also occasionally eat small amounts of fruits, vegetables, nuts, and berries. A dog's anatomy is such that the primary protein source has always been, and still is-meat.
Three Choices - Knowing this, you have three choices for feeding your canine companion: 1) fresh, raw food, 2) kibble, and 3) a combination of 1 and 2. Avoid feeding dogs canned food unless recommended by a veterinarian and YOU AGREE with the recommendation.
Feeding Fresh Raw Food
Feeding fresh raw food is slightly more complicated than giving your dog a cup of raw ground beef. It is also not as fast as simply scooping kibble into a bowl. Feeding raw food, however, typically results in healthier dogs and very proud owners.
Before feeding your dog fresh raw food:
Feeding Kibble: Choose Kibble Wisely
What to Look For
Watch for Changes
How Often to Feed
How Much to Feed
Adult Dog's Weight
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