Monthly Archive:: September 2015
Halloween is around the corner and while you are running around finding the perfect costume for your party and stocking your candy jar, take a few minutes to think about your kitten. Halloween can be stressful to cats for a lot of reasons. There are people coming in and out. The doorbell keeps ringing and
Before the harsh winter months settle in, it is important that you think about keeping your pet safe from all the dangers that the season can present. Do not let your pet outdoors when temperatures drop below freezing. Dos need outdoor exercise but take care not to keep them outdoors for lengthy periods of time.
The key to successfully litter box training is to make sure your cat finds the potty area appealing so he will use it. It is very important that you set up the litter box with your cat’s preferences in mind, not just your own. Litter boxes falls into two major categories including open can and
One of the most important things to do with the cat is to never use your hands during play. A lot of people do thins especially when the cat is a kitten, so they may be patting the kitten and using their hands to get the cat excited. And the cat is scratching and mouthing,
There is always a little celebration along with buying accessories for our pets. This is an opportunity to spoil them and show them how much we love them. There are so many types of dog supplies to invest. When you’re looking for a dog bed for your dog, you have a question in your mind—what
In the last post, we’ve talked about which food to choose for your puppy. Now we are going to talk about the feeding schedules. Just like babies, puppies do best on a regular schedule. Schedules teach them that there are times to eat, times to play and times to potty. Obvious the feeding schedule will
Today we are going to talk about dog nutrition and what you should look for in your puppy’s food. Just like infants, puppies require different levels of nutrients than older dogs. Physically puppies grow fastest during the first six months. The right nutrition is critical to support this rapid growth. That said, your puppy should
Many of us know how to dog-proof our homes, but we often don’t take the same precautions when it comes to our outdoor spaces. Here is how to protect your dog from backyard dangers with dog products. Flowers Seasonal flowerbeds are beautiful but many common flowers including tulips, daffodils azaleas and amaryllis can be poisonous
Teaching your dog to speak may sound nonsensical, but to stop your dog from barking, first, teach him to bark on command. Give your dog the command to speak. Have someone immediately make a noise, such as knocking on a door. This is sure to make your dog bark. Let him bark two or three
Everyday activities can cause small tangles in your pet’s coat. Left un-groomed, these tangles can turn into difficult-to-remove mats. Hair matting pulls on your dog’s skin, causing discomfort. Mats also prevent skin from breathing and can develop into painful hotspots. It’s good to remove hair mats from your pet as soon as you find them.