Reasons why pet grooming is so crucial

Do you know anybody who likes the smell of a dirty dog? Many dog owners are discovering that it is far more convenient to enlist the help of a professional groomer than to tackle the job on their own. No one wants to pet or cuddle a dirty, stinky dog, and since they're capable of spreading harmful diseases, it's important to keep them clean.

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Natural tips to keep your dog clean

Over recent years there has been rising public concern about the amount of chemicals and toxic substances present in our daily surroundings. There are ever present amounts of chemicals in our houses, food and clothing and virtually everything in our surrounding environment. Recent studies have shown that preservatives, flavor enhancers and artificial colors may be the reason behind many illnesses, allergies and behavioral changes and health conscious people have started to turn to organic products in an effort to avoid harmful substances. This trend has also influenced pet owners who are concerned about the health of their pets.

Keeping Your Dog Naturally Clean

Most dogs don’t enjoy having a bath, and who can blame them – being drenching in strong smelling shampoo that is full of chemicals isn’t a particularly pleasant experience, especially if you have a keen sense of smell like dogs do. The good news is that there are safe alternatives that you can use to keep your dog clean. Many toxin free products contain aloe, jojoba oils and citrus that can thoroughly clean and deodorize your dog without irritating his skin and coat. If your dog suffers from hot spots or dry, flaky skin you can use some apple cider vinegar as a soothing antibacterial rinse. One part apple cider vinegar to one part water will clean, deodorize and give your dog’s coat a healthy sheen.

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Are you feeding your dog quality food?

Vitamins and minerals are essential to a healthy diet, not only for humans, but for our dogs too. Are you feeding your dog quality food? How does a pet owner decide which food on the market is best for their beloved dog? In addition to vitamins and minerals, dogs require the proper intake of fats, proteins, carbohydrates and water in their daily diets. Just as human beings benefit from eating healthy foods, dogs will be healthier and more active if they are eating a quality dog food containing everything they need.
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Is It Fido's Fault That He's Overweight?

Sorry, but you just can not blame the dog for this one! Unless you have a very smart & very capable pup who can somehow manage to fix himself a bowl of food, you, my friend must take the blame for the extra bulge around your pets’ tummy. A recent study has found that 40% of America’s pets are overweight. They certainly mimic everything that we do, don’t they? Sometimes, that isn't a very good thing.
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Homemade dog food: How can it affect your dog's behavior?

Are your dog's behavior problems worrying you? We're not talking here about puppies who piddle on the carpet, dogs who jump up on visitors at the front door, or other similar issues which all dog owners deal with. But if you have a dog who seems to be showing unusually difficult behavior to control, you may be wondering how to handle it.
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Our commitment - Best Diet for your pet

One of the most important decisions you make when taking on the responsibility of a pet is what to feed them. After all, the statement "you are what you eat" has just as much meaning to your four-legged companion as it does to you.

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