Easy Homemade Dry Dog Shampoo

Easy Homemade Dry Dog Shampoo

The ingredients to make dry shampoo are very easy. It's really cornstarch and baking soda. The cornstarch helps absorb oil and the baking soda deodorizes. This is all you need: 1 cup of cornstarch 1 cup of baking soda essential oil (optional) an empty spice container...

Why Adopt A Pet From A Shelter

Why Adopt A Pet From A Shelter

You save a life. All animals at shelters are in need of a second chance. They have been lost, given up or abandoned. They are all unwanted and helpless. You are giving them a new life in a loving home. You help pet overpopulation. There are not enough homes for all...

Tips to Prevent Your House Smelling Like Dog

Tips to Prevent Your House Smelling Like Dog

Wash Your Pets’s Bed The first tip is also the simplest – wash your dog’s bed at least once a week. The fabric retains odors, so your house will never smell fresh if you don’t wash it often. Vacuum Furniture Many of us love to cuddle with our pets on the sofa, so the...

Washing Your Pooch In Cooler Weather

Washing Your Pooch In Cooler Weather

Keep wet dogs inside Rule one for bathing your dog during the colder months is to keep your dog indoors until they are completely dry. Putting your dog outside during the winter months while wet increases risk of hypothermia. If your dog has a thick coat that dries...

Fall And Being Pet Prepared

Fall And Being Pet Prepared

Warm Supplies In the months before the really cold weather, dogs and cats will experience the loss and regrowth of new fur. This happens because your pet’s body is getting ready to adjust to cold weather. It will shed the thin summer hair and bring in a thick, cold...

Things To Do To Get Your Dog Ready For Fall

Things To Do To Get Your Dog Ready For Fall

Water – During the summer we fill the water bowl often because it’s hot outside. In the fall, keep the water bowl full also! When the temperatures drop make sure to check outside water bowls to make sure they aren’t freezing. Bed – Wood and tile floors can get cold....

Tips for Keeping Your Pet Cool

Tips for Keeping Your Pet Cool

Offer an ice pack or wet towel to lay on. Add ice cubes to the water dish. Offer access to a wading pool with shallow, cool water. Offer access to cool shade. Bring a collapsible water dish on your walks. Early morning or evening playtimes, exercise, and walks are...

What Is To Hot For My Dog?

What Is To Hot For My Dog?

What temperature is too hot for a dog? The answer can also apply to those who have dogs that prefer to stay outdoors. In general, with plenty of water, air circulation and shade, most dogs will probably do okay in warm temperatures up to about 90˚F. However, there is...

What Is To Hot For My Dog?

I Didn’t Get The Head Of A Tick Now What

Never dig around in the skin to remove the remainder of the tick, as this can actually increase the risk of skin infections. Instead, it's best to let nature take its course. Your dog's body will expel the tick out naturally by itself. To avoid the possibility of...

Will Dish Soap Kill Ticks

Will Dish Soap Kill Ticks

Any type of dish washing liquid is effective in killing ticks on your pet. Dish soap like Dawn and Palmolive work well. Apply a generous amount to the animal. ... Let the soap sit on your pet for 15 to 30 minutes.