4 Disgusting And Painful Consequences Of Matted Hair In Dogs

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Some breeds of dogs, like Shih Tzu's, do not shed their hair, which makes them prone to matting if they are not brushed and groomed often. Matting occurs when large clumps of tangled hair form in the coat. Once this occurs, it is almost impossible to remove the mats through brushing alone. Most dogs have to have their hair clipped very short in order to get rid of the mats. In severe cases, the clipping can only be performed by a veterinarian because of the nasty conditions that may be present under the hair.

25 November 2015

3 Occasions When Doggy Day Care Can Be a Huge Help

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Dogs are man's best friend, but that doesn't mean that there aren't times where it would be helpful to not have your dog around. If you love your dog, it's probably hard to imagine wanting to be away from it, but there are definitely times where having your pet stay at a dog day care can help you out. Illness and Outpatient Procedures Having your dog around when you're not feeling well can be a comfort sometimes, but it can be overwhelming if your pooch is hyperactive when you're unable to keep up.

10 September 2015

How To Give Your Cat A Bath

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Many people assume that because cats clean themselves by licking their fur, they don't need to groom their cat. However, even though cats are fairly self sufficient, licking isn't grooming. When a cat licks himself clean, he covers himself in saliva and ingests large quantities of shedding hair, which he then regurgitates on the living room floor. You can eliminate these problems, as well as eliminate the cat smell and excess cat hair from your home by grooming your cat on a regular basis.

4 September 2015

The Mat On The Cat: How To Keep Your Long-Haired Kitty From Getting Tangles

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Most cats are pros at grooming themselves, but long-haired breeds almost always require additional help to stay smooth and mat-free. If your cat is getting tangles and knots in its fur, there are some ways to minimize the problem. The Problem with Mats Mats form in places where the fur rubs together, such as between legs, behind ears and around collars. It's also easy for mats to form if your cat cannot groom itself for any reason, such as being ill or having surgery.

27 August 2015

5 Benefits Of Boarding Your Dog

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When you are going away on a trip, one of your first thoughts is probably where you will take your dog. Your pooch is an important member of your family, so you want to make sure he is safe and happy while you are gone. Instead of bothering your friends and family to watch over your dog, looking into a dog boarding facility. Here are five benefits of boarding your dog:    

27 August 2015