Dog Products That Can Save Your Pet’s Life

Finding the perfect products for your puppy can be hard — but fortunately, there are plenty of products to choose from. Walk through any pet boutique, big-box retailer or department store, and you’ll see aisles of premium foods and treats, plush beds, toys of every shape and size, and even doggy haute couture. But, the most important thing is not to forget about some must-have products, that can save your dog lives in some situation. Here you have some of these products that every pet parent should own: L.E.D. Dog…

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Tips For Stopping Your Dog’s Stinky Farts

Flatulence, commonly referred to as ‘farting’, is caused by gas in the bowel. Basically, dogs pass gas for the same reasons people do. Gas is caused by fibre, starch and some complex sugars that aren’t easily digested. They’re fermented by bacteria in the colon, producing hydrogen, methane and hydrogen sulphide gases. Passing gas is a normal bodily function but you may wish to address the fact when the facts seem to be excessive or very stinky. A foul-smelling fart is an indication that some food has not been properly digested…

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How to easily remove pet hair from every surface in your house

We all love our pets, but we can all admit that dealing with their hair is no fun, right? Our furry friends have a special talent for getting their hair everywhere inside our homes and cars. Especially during shedding season, it’s easy for pet fur to get out of hand. Fortunately, there is an abundance of great products on the market these days designed to help pet owners keep all that pet hair in check. But before to talk about solutions to your pet hair problems, let’s talk about prevention:…

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Why Your Dog Won’t Eat: Causes & Solutions

Most dogs love to eat, which is why a meal that has been left untouched immediately raises concerns. Whether you’ve had pet dogs for years or you’ve just adopted your first puppy, it can be very distressing when your dog won’t eat. There are a variety of reasons for loss of appetite in dogs. It’s important to determine the cause in order to design the best treatment plan. When a dog won’t eat, it is referred to as anorexia. This is different from anorexia nervosa, an eating disorder found in…

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