Checking for Fleas on Cats and Dogs

Checking for Fleas on Cats and Dogs

  • 25 Dec 2020

Most dogs and cats will pick up fleas at least once in their lifetime. Even pets that never go outdoors are at risk from fleas that can find their way into your home. Getting fleas doesn't have to be a big deal for you and your pet, but it is important to catch and stop fleas early, before they multiply inside your home and become an even bigger problem. That's why regularly checking for fleas should be part of your routine pet care. The solution is the Adjustable Flea Collar.   ALWAYS KEEP AN EYE OUT Adult fleas can sometimes...

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Tips For Grooming Your Dog
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  • Tips For Grooming Your Dog

    • 25 Dec 2020

    For humans, a new haircut can be all about looking good and feeling fresh. But for our pets, proper grooming is essential to keep them healthy and happy. Taking your pet to a professional groomer may not always be feasible, but grooming your pets at home can be an easy and enjoyable way to care for and bond with your pet while saving time and money. Avoid the hairballs and excessive shedding with these simple tips on how to groom your dog or cat at home. It is time to take out the Professional Hair Trimmer Set.   BRUSHING YOUR PET...

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    How To Clip Your Pets' Nails Painlessly
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  • How To Clip Your Pets' Nails Painlessly

    • 16 Nov 2018

    Nail clipping is surely one of the most unpleasant feelings for both cats, and dogs, even rabbits, ferrets and hedgehogs. But once build trust with your pet, it will be much easier.Not sure when it is time to clip your pet's nails? Well, if you hear that clicking sound when your dog is coming down the hallway, or if your cat scratches you too easily and snaggs your clothes and furniture - it is time to take out the Professional Painless Pet Nail LED Clipper. Consequences of Leaving Your Pet's Nails Long It might be really harmful for the pets,...

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    How To Train Your Puppy
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  • How To Train Your Puppy

    • 24 Jun 2018

    Are you ready to start training your dog or puppy, pals? Dog training is a lifelong process and some skills are more important than others.  Master these essential dog training skills and be ready to prepare your dog for a lifetime of good behavior and companionship. Whether you just brought home a puppy, adopted a shelter dog or want to change your dogs' old training method - follow these steps! But remember... Be patient! Be positive! It surely will take some time.  Read this important information before we continue with the methods:   Supervise your dog. When you’re just starting to train...

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