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How To Find And Choose The Right Hypoallergenic Dog For You

If you are looking to get a dog that is less likely to cause allergies look for the hypoallergenic dogs. These dogs since they tend to be smaller, will need more attention then other dogs. These dogs won't cause you to have allergies as bad as the other dogs you may have because they do onot shed and don't have undercoats. These dogs are dogs are very well liked by those that commonly suffer from allergies and are hypoallergenic: Irish Water Spaniel, Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier, and Bedlington Terrier.If yo...

 


How To Groom Your Cat

No cat wants to be dirty, and it's up to you to ensure that your cat stays clean. Grooming is very important, as it helps your cat remain clean and healthy. Grooming starts with brushing, as brushing helps to keep the cats hair from becoming hairballs. Brushing will remove loose hair, and help prevent the risk of hairballs. A lot of cats have trouble dislodging hairballs. If the cat isn't able to get a hairball out, it could result in a blockage of the intestines. Blockages are very serious, and can q...

 


How To Find The Best Bath Accessories To Make Bathing Your Dog More Fun

Even though you probably love your dog they may not love you during their bath time. Most dog owners will probably have to drag their dogs into the bath but after you read and find out more about bathing then maybe it won't be such a hard time. After reading this you shouldn't have to fight your dog to take a bath. After you have bought some dog bath accessories then you probably will be looking forward to bathing and using those accessories on your dog. When you have things to help you bath your dog it wil...

 


To Declaw Or Not To Declaw Your Cat

There are two sides to the declawing issue. One is clearly against declawing a cat because the associate it with amputation and takes away a cats right to defend itself in any given situation. The other side is for declawing their cats and kittens because they are strictly indoor pets and they want to protect their families from the scratches that cats and kittens inflict upon their human caregivers. Whichever side you are on, Americans and Canadians are the only two countries that allow people to declaw th...

 


Cat Grooming - Part 1

When it comes to grooming, cats are pretty good at taking care of themselves. But because he is living indoors, he needs some help being groomed. Claws need trimming and hair needs brushing. Grooming him once in a while can help keep your home nice and your cat happy.Trimming claws: If your cat accidentally scratches you or snags your shirt, it is time for a trim. Trimming claws is one of the easiest things you can do to your cat. It can be much faster than cutting your own nails. Use nail trimmers made esp...

 


Extremely Light Shedding Dogs

Every dog sheds some just like people lose a little hair. But some dogs shed much more than others, while the ones discussed here shed a lot less. A lightly shedding dog is better for those people that want a house dog without as much cleanup of the dog's fur required. It is also a plus for less grooming of your pet.Those that want a dog that shed's less have a large variety of breeds to choose from including: the Irish Water Spaniel, Puli, Yorkshire Terrier, Toy Poodle, Bolognese, and the Doodleman Pinche...

 


Potty Training: Stop You Dogs Mess

Do you have a new addition to your family in the form of cute, furry puppy? Your pup may be cute now, but not for long if it is continually making mistakes and accidents on your expensive carpet. The most important thing you can do when introducing your pet to its new home is to properly housebreak it. It might not be easy to stop the potty mess, but with patience and perseverance, it can be done.Most people introduce their pups to newspapers. Usually what is done is old newspaper is laid out on the floor, ...

 


Clipping Your Puppy's Nails

Clipping your puppy´s nails at home can save you a lot of time and money, but it can also be rather stressful if you don´t prepare your puppy for it. Making sure that a dog is ready to have his nails clipped is easiest to do when they are young, so start getting your puppy used to the idea early on and you´ll have a more compliant adult dog when it comes to nail clipping, whether you do it at home or take your dog to a vet. First Steps When your new puppy first arrives home, you will want to make...

 


5 Great Gift Ideas for Pet Lovers

With the holidays just around the corner, it's time to start thinking of gifts to give your friends and loved ones. Finding unique gifts can present a challenge, and most people never consider giving pet-related gifts. Since the chances are good that more than one person on your holiday gift list has a pet that he or she adores, why not give a distinctive gift that your recipient will treasure? Here are five great gift ideas to get you started:1. Fine Art Animal PrintsDogs may come in many shapes and sizes,...

 


Demodectic Mange & Mites Affecting Your Pooch?

Does your dog seem to suddenly have small bald patches around his face, forelegs or eyes? He may be suffering from demodectic mange, which is caused by a tiny mite called Demodex canis. The naked eye is unable to see this tiny mite, so a trip to your veterinarian would be in order to properly diagnose the presence of the Demodex canis. Every dog naturally has this type of mite on their skin, but in order to be diagnosed as mange, lesions must accompany the other symptoms. Puppies can get this mite from the...

 


How To Introduce A New Cat To Your Dog

Dogs and cats are said to be enemies but this is not true. A survey in 2002 said that over fifteen percent of every household in the United States had one dog or one cat at the very least. The survey also stated that almost fifty percent of each home that included a dog or cat actually had both a cat and a dog. That meant that half of all the dogs and cats in the world shared a home with the other species. Behavior Issues Do Exist Just because many families have a cat and a dog does not mean that there ar...

 


Care For Your Canines Ear Infections

Ear infections in dogs ears can be very painful and serious, and should be treated immediately by a veterinarian, not ourselves. How do we know if our dog has an ear infection? By doing a regular inspection of our dogs ears will be the first step. Be familiar with his ears; know the typical smell, as that may be the first sign of something wrong. If there is an infection or ear mites, the smell may change, a foul odor is very typical of mites or infection. And if you see a dark, waxy type discharge, then ...

 




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