The Internet assures us that the world LOVES kittens. Bringing a new kitten into the home is a lot of work, though. There's so much to do and remember! This handy guide provides everything you need to know in regards to proper kitten care.
Month: August 2020
Owning a pet means the inevitability of pet hair. Standard cleaning methods often leave fur behind, creating frustration. Pet vacuum cleaners lift away pet hair, making for happy owners and clean houses.
If your home has even a single rug, you know that accidents and muddy footprints can create a lot of stress. Before you tear all of the carpets out, though, take a quick read: pet carpet cleaners off an easy solution for those stains and odors.
Everyone wants to do everything they can to be environmentally-conscious. One of the easiest changes you can make is switching to a biodegradable poop bag. We've got all the information you'll need for this eco-friendly option.
We love traveling with our dogs. Cleaning the resulting mess out of our cars? We're not such a fan of that. Luckily, there are dog car seat covers to protect the car's interior, while still letting our dogs travel in style.
We know the importance of protecting ourselves out in the sun. But what about our dogs? Sunburns harm our canine companions, too. If you want to keep your dog safe, it's time to learn about dog sunscreens.
No one likes getting stuck out in the heat. A quick dip in a pool makes everything better. Why shouldn't your dog get the same advantage? These dog swimming pools ensure your canine family members will stay cool in the warmer months.
Spays are routine procedures. However, after-spay care involves a lot of responsibility to ensure your dog doesn't face serious complications. While those pages of instructions might seem daunting, after-care is relatively easy. You just need to take a breath and break things down into a few simple categories.
When that dog smell permeates the house, it means just one thing: bath time! Bathing your dog shouldn't be stressful for you or your dog. If you follow a simple process, you and your dog should come through a bath with minimal fuss and stress.
You're pretty sure your dog has an ear infection, but you can't get to your vet (for whatever reason). You don't want the pain to continue. Is there a safe way to treat their pain naturally before that vet visit? You bet!