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July 3, 2013

Pawdicure Polish Pens -- Dog Nail Polish

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You might not want to do this year round, but this is super cool for the howlidays. Pawdicure Polish Pens are dog nail polish that come in 7 different colors--pink, red, blue, white, purple, yellow and black.

The possibilities are endless. Start with red, white and blue for July 4th, then mix it up for fall oranges, reds and browns, Halloween black, Christmas red and green--you get the idea. Apply one coat of this quick drying, non-toxic polish or make your own designs. Easy to remove.

At Pawdicure Polish Pens.

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June 3, 2013

Shaving Dogs and Cats for Summer -- Right or Wrong?

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We all want our pets to be super cool, but shaving your dog or cat this summer may not be such a great idea. Generally, experts recommend against shaving most pets, according to Should You Shave Your Pet for Summer? | WebMD:

A pet's coat is designed by nature to keep it cool during the summer and warm in the winter. By shaving your pet you usually interfere with this built-in temperature regulation....

Cats. Cats, in particular, are very good at regulating body temperature and "really get no benefit from being shaved," says Mark J. Stickney, DVM....Cats are also almost always more mobile than dogs, so they can simply move to a shadier spot when temperatures rise.

Dogs. If you have a dog that has been bred for very cold climates, think breeds like Great Pyrenees, St. Bernards, Malamutes, or Huskies, consider shaving them when the mercury rises, the pros suggest. Resist shaving other breeds because not only will dogs like labs and retrievers simply get no benefit from it, they run the risk of sunburn once shaved.

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If you do decide to shave your pet, consider having it done by a professional. If not, remember to keep those clippers cool, so the animal's skin doesn't get burned! Details at Pet Grooming.

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April 25, 2013

Hairball Remedies -- Furminator for Cats and Pet Naturals Hairball

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Hairballs are gross, no doubt about it. Want to reduce the frequency of hairballs in your cat? There are many hairball remedies available including grooming tools such as the FURminator deShedding Tool.

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These Pet Naturals Hairball chews are not a laxative or lubricant, so no worries about them disrupting normal digestion.

They contain psyllium, which you may recognize as a highly soluble fiber that many people incorporate into their diet. Psyllium acts like a sponge to support removal of toxins and undigested materials as they move through your cat's tract and colon, including ingested hair.

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April 22, 2013

Suffer from Seasonal Allergies? Wash Your Pet Regularly

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This year could be a doozie when it comes to allergies, if the green pollen "blanket" covering our Super Cool Pets mobile is any indication. If you suffer from seasonal allergies, a must-do remedy is to bathe your pet on a regular basis.

For a routine situation, a mild pet shampoo is most suitable to remove all the allergens that are trapped on your dog or cat's coat. As always, check with your vet for pet-specific recommendations and advice.

At Pet Shampoo

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March 28, 2013

Fantasy Pet CMYW Cat Magnet

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Reduce those hair balls around the house and the yucky matting on your cat. This Cat Magnet traps and holds fur while your cat plays. Hours of entertainment for your kitty while s/he self-grooms!

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February 15, 2013

Do Your Dog's Claws Need a Trim?

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Many of us back off from trimming our dog's claws. According to Trimming Dog Nails and Dewclaws | WebMD, most dogs wear down their claws naturally through activity. If not, they can become excessively long, damaging carpets and upholstery, as well as interfering with traction and ability to walk.

Basically there are two types of claw (nail) clippers for dogs -- one has two cutting edges and the other guillotine type has only one. Either type works fine, just groomer preference. Avoid using nail clippers designed for humans because dog's claws are not flat.

At Claw Care

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January 25, 2013

New Oster A6 Heavy Duty 3-Speed Pet Clipper for At-Home DIY Pet Grooming

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Over the winter, we probably don't wash our pets as often as in the balmier weather. And they certainly aren't swimming as much. So their coats can get a little bit ragged and scruffy. Many of us groom our dogs at home, rather than paying for the service.

This Oster A6 Heavy Duty Pet Clipper represents the latest in clipper innovation and technology. This is a 3-speed clipper has a cool running motor with vibration and noise isolators for a comfortable grooming environment for your pet.

The DIY home groomer can utilize its one-hand operation switch for quick and easy selection of any of the speeds. If you are upgrading, this new Oster A6 takes all Oster A5 detachable blades. For more details, click here.

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January 5, 2013

Rinse Ace Misting Bird Shower

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When it rains outside, our birds instinctively lift their wings for a rinse, even though it is still dry inside where they are. They need the gentle rain shower and humidity for healthy feather preening and respiration.

Say goodbye to those awkward spray bottles. The Misting Bird Shower is designed to make misting your bird in the sink, tub, or shower easier. It has gentle settings along with variable flow control that you can manage with one finger.

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October 17, 2012

Protect Against Cat Scratching -- Halloween Orange and Black Soft Claws Nail Caps

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Protect your home against scratching and deck your cat out for Halloween at the same time. These festive Halloween Orange and Black Cat Nail Caps are an alternative to declawing.

They don't interfere with the normal extension and retraction of your cat's claws, and they are easy to use. Simply trim claws, add adhesive and apply.

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August 22, 2012

Coconut Oil -- Miracle Oil for Dogs

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Unrefined coconut oil helps to support and maintain overall health in both humans and dogs, according to Coconut Oil: Miracle in a Jar for Dogs | Petside Why? Coconut oil contains lauric acid, a fatty acid that is also found in mother's milk that prevents infants from getting viral, bacterial and protozoan infections,

Apparently, your dog can reap those same benefits as well. When applied topically coconut oil can:

  • Disinfect cuts
  • Improve skin and coat condition
  • Speed wound healing
  • Deodorize
  • Clear up rashes

We humans can also use Organic Extra Virgin Coconut Oil as a cooking oil, a good butter substitute or as a body oil. No refrigeration required.

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