Reuniting Your Lost Dog With You: 3 Things To Include In The Dog ID Tags That Won't Divulge Too Much Personal Information

Posted on: 17 November 2016

It's not unusual for dogs to become curious about their surrounding environment and get lost after going on an adventure. A study conducted by the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals found that 15% of participants had lost either a dog or a cat in the past 5 years. Prepare for the unexpected and for the worst by getting your dog ID tags that will give approaching strangers some information on your dog and a way to contact you.
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The Pet Owner's Guide To Grooming The Finicky Cat

Posted on: 14 September 2016

Some cats love being brushed and groomed. Others balk and may even hiss when you come at them with a brush. But it's still important for these cats to be groomed in order to prevent matted fur and skin conditions. Here are some tips to help you groom your finicky cat. Choose a softer brush There are many kinds of cat brushes. The kinds with wire bristles and plastic bristles may be effective, but they also rub more aggressively against a cat's skin than the soft-style brushes with flexible, thin bristles.
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Common Mistakes People Make When Training Puppies On A Leash

Posted on: 26 July 2016

There are a few mistakes people make when training puppies to be obedient when on a leash or harness. Here are some examples of these mistakes including what you can do to correct the mistakes and end up with a trained puppy in a quicker amount of time. Using Choke Collars This is just a bad idea for a puppy. You'll make the dog angry, and in many cases, this will end up with the opposite result of what you want.
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Fungal Infections In Dogs: How To Care For Your Dog's Inflamed Skin

Posted on: 10 June 2016

Certain breeds are prone to chronic fungal or yeast infections of the skin called Malassezia pachydermatis. These breeds include Basset Hounds, Shih Tzus, Maltese, and Cocker Spaniels. Chronic yeast infections are problematic for your dog because they are uncomfortable and can also lead to bacterial dermatitis, which is also known as a skin infection. Yeast infections are problematic for you because they make your dog and home smell. Your dog may also start to shed hair and flakes of skin everywhere.
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