February 28, 2023
If we ever think we know all there is to know about our companions and their various personalities, a new lesson will always pop up that we did not expect, even after years and decades of experiences and thinking you’ve seen it all. Sometimes I am equal parts humbled by the new lesson and exhausted […]
August 22, 2009
With all the people that use the spot-on flea products, I find it incredible they cost so much money. It would cost me about $500 per month to use them.
June 20, 2009
Zion Health, the world’s largest manufacturer of Healing Clay remedies will be distributing ClayBrite Natural Toothpaste to Veterinarians and Pet Stores, offering pet owners a high quality toothpaste consisting of edible clay minerals that help absorb bacteria and prevent cavities.
June 19, 2009
There are plenty of flea control products in the market today, but unknown to majority of pet owners is that most of the products are harmful to both the pet and the people around them. It’s a good thing there are ways to control these pests without poisoning pets, people, plants and environment.
June 8, 2009
What if you could put a tag on your pet’s collar that would provide the rescuer with access to info 24/7 that would get your pet back home?
June 5, 2009
Microchip your pet with the chip recommended by your local shelter or veterinarian. Make sure to update your database information if you move. But don’t rely on the microchip as your only method of identification! Should your beloved pet get lost, a collar and tag are still the most reliable way to make sure she gets home again.
June 4, 2009
You may find it confusing with all of the choices to select a brand of food that works for your pet. If you understand the pet food labels, you can buy the food that is best for your dog or cat.
June 2, 2009
ThinkGeek Cat Play House
June 2, 2009
Many pet owners are aware that the sugar substitute Xylitol, found in many sugar free chewing gums, is toxic to dogs. However few pet owners would think to look for Xylitol listed as an ingredient in a pet oral health product.
May 11, 2009
I have a dog that had a terrible case of demodectic mange. He had large bald patches on both sides of his body and his feet were red and inflamed. He itched terribly. We tried Ivermectin at first and it worked, but the suggested dosage is akin to giving your dog a heartworm pill every day. Probably pretty rough on his liver eventually.
May 8, 2009
Rawhide is probably the most popular chew toy purchased for dogs and it comes in every shape, size and color. Unfortunately, some could be dangerous for your pet.
May 7, 2009
EPA investigation,spot-on flea and tick treatments,flea products under investigation
April 21, 2009
As though the spot-on flea treatments don’t cost enough, now the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is “intensifying its evaluation of whether further restrictions on the use of these products are necessary to better protect pets.”
April 20, 2009
reduce pet’s carbon footprint,environmental responsibility,eco-friendly pets,natural pet food and treats,environmentally friendly accessories,non-toxic grooming products,pet waste products
December 18, 2008
The goal with antibiotics is to hammer down the infection and not give it a chance to develop resistance before it is wiped out. This means that keeping the dog on the antibiotics long enough is critical. If a dogs starts to look better after a few days, do NOT take it off the drugs!