Archive | February, 2014

Tambi Renee Recommends Careful Pet Monitoring

21 Feb

Tambi Renee is well-versed on the dangers common household consumables pose to dogs and cats. One way to keep your pets from these dangers, Tambi Renee says, is to educate yourself on the potential risks of common household foods and top remove your pet’s access to these foods.

It may not be easy to keep your pet safe at all times, but there are ways to eliminate potential problems and prevent common sources of pet sickness and death. Certain beverages, says Tambi Renee, can be sickening and deadly to your animals, and should always be closed or capped off to keep pets from consuming them. Alcoholic and caffeinated beverages particularly pose very unique and intense health risks to small household animals. Tambi Renee recommends keeping these types of beverages away from your pets at all times.

Tambi Renee also recommends reading pet food labels and keeping up-to-date and the latest pet food ingredients. Some materials used to make pet food have even been found to pose health risks to humans, and it’s important for people to protect themselves from possible dangers.  Tambi Renee remains about conducting research on and learning about pet food before giving it to her animals. This helps her pets maintain good health and live longer lives.

Tambi Renee also suggests keeping track of the potential for plants, both indoor and outdoor, to pose a risk to your animals. Often times common house plants and naturally-growing plant species can be a major health concern to your animals.


Tambi Renee: Be Careful With Manufactured Pet Foods

18 Feb

Tambi Renee is a firm believer in keeping her pets out of harm’s way. While there are indeed many ways to protect your animal from the dangers of common household items and behaviors, there is now a new method that many may not be aware of.

Tracking the ingredients in food that is specifically-designated for dogs and cats can help a pet owner better monitor their pet’s diet, says Tambi Renee. According to, a recent Center for Disease Control study found that people working in a pet food plant in Missouri were at risk of getting ill from certain ingredients they work with every day. poses the question: If these ingredients are harmful to humans, how can they not be harmful to people’s pets?

Tambi Renee believes education is necessary to combat the risks of potentially dangerous ingredients in mass-manufacture pet foods. Tambi Renee believe that every pet owner should check their pet food labels before feeding their dogs and/or cats. Certain grains, flavoring additives and even pesticides were found by the CDC in their study of the Missouri pet food plant were making their way into the processed pet food. Tambi Renee is aware of the risks of certain popular pet foods and is tenacious about what her cats eat.

Tambi Renee has always been a lover of cats, and she has always believed they deserve the best protection possible. Responsible pet owners like Tambi Renee set strong examples to those looking for better ways to take care of their animals.

Tambi Renee Passionate About Animal Health

11 Feb

Tambi Renee takes an active interest in her pets’ health, and hopes that everyone else take simple steps to prevent common causes of illness and premature pet death.

Common foods, household items and even houseplants can be lethal for dogs and cats. It is easy, says Tambi Renee, to confuse things for being harmless and to inadvertently poison a pet. Tambi Renee has an intense love for her animals and takes the time to research the things that may be harmful to a pet’s health and life.

Many of the things that can negatively affect an animal are things humans consume on a daily basis. Tambi Renee recommends keeping things like baby food, citrus oil extracts and fat trimmings away from or out of an animal’s reach. Each of these items can lead to severe health problems that can not only be costly, but also potentially deadly to a pet owner’s best friend.

All pets, says Tambi Renee, deserve an owner that has a vested interest in their animal’s health and quality of life. Maintaining an active interest in what a pet consumes in just one way a person can take good care of their pet, says Tambi Renee. It’s easy to be negligent and not be aware of the risks of everyday food items to animals. Tambi Renee makes every effort to keep her animals out of common foods and to feed them only specifically-approved foods. It’s no easy task, but monitoring your pet’s diet can help that animal live a long and healthy life.