ParrisHill Standard Poodles
These books and links can introduce you to raw feeding. It is much healthier than commercial dog food, even the so-called premium brands. You'll also learn about grooming, flea and tick control, housebreaking and much more.

Want to see some poodles pulling a sled in the Iditarod? Click the photo below for a smile...
Cody likes to chew on a good book.

Read me a story!  Sophie (daughter of Oona and Jeremy born 1/28/09) is precocious when it comes to books. Got Wookie?  Cosby does his Wookie cry (he's not a ParrisHill poodle, but he's friends-of-friends with Bettina's owner.)  Bailey took this photo and it won first prize at the Idaho State Fair!

Lopez looks like he's ready to start law school!

Bettina (l) and Dahlia read books by James J. O'Donnell.


Related Links
Would you like to learn more about owning and caring for standard poodles? After you read my documents on the "Pet Care" page, here are some interesting sites that reflect my philosophy of caring for poodles.

The Whole Dog Journal, offering well-researched, in-depth articles about all aspects of dog care and training.

Dr. Tom Lonsdale, author of Raw Meaty Bones Promote Health.
Dr. Ian Billinghurst, author of Give Your Dog a Bone.
Kymythy Schultze, author of Natural Nutrition for Dogs and Cats., Helen McKinnon's site, with information about Dr. Jean Dodds.  Click on "Hemopet" to find blood tests and titers available through Dr. Dodds, plus instructions.
Lew Olson's monthly bulletin, B-Naturals.

Oops! The WRONG ParrisHill . . .
. . . and that's no poodle, either.
Ch. Pinafore Parrish Hill

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