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How do I determine if my pet has fleas?
Hello, this is William here and I have come to share with you what I know about the deadly Flea sin dogs and cats. Fleas thrive mostly in warm, humid environments, and feed on the blood of their hosts. And it is always the Dogs who more frequently play host to the cat flea. Some common signs that give you a hint that your pet might soon be affected or has already affected your pet are that pale gums, tapeworm, Excessive itching or scratching, licking or biting skin, Flea eggs in dog's environment, Droppings or flea-dirt in Dog's Coat. So check out regularly id your pet is having these symptoms, and if you find any of these I would surely recommend you to use effective medicines for this like the Nitenpyram
or even the Generic Capstar. So keep a watch out for your pets, to keep them sound and safe.
Pets - Others
on Oct 09, 2018
What is the benefit of travel bowls?
The benefit of travel bowls is that they can be folded or made into smaller s, which can be great for anytime that you take your dog to the park or on vacation. Also, they are not expensive and you can buy them for $5-$10.
Alessi Pets -...
on Oct 09, 2018
How To Potty Train Your Dog To Use A Dog Bell
If your puppy doesn't have a way to easily get out of the house, you will need to train her to ask to be let out to go to the toilet. It's best to do this when your puppy is young and easy to train. Once dogs get into bad habits they can be hard to change and you might find yourself cleaning up 'accidents' all over the house.<br><br> <span>1.<span> </span></span>The best idea is to buy a dog bell/ poochie bell. You can attach this to string which you should hang from your back door so that it hangs at your dog's nose level.<br><br> <span>2.<span> </span></span>Every time you go to your back door, you should shake the bell and say out loud 'go potty time' and then take your puppy outside to the toilet.<br><br> <span>3.<span> </span></span>If you keep doing this, your puppy should start to make the association between the bells and going to the toilet.<br><br> <span>4.<span> </span></span>After a week or so of doing the above steps, you can say 'go potty' but don't ring the bell. Hopefully your dog will touch the bell herself. If she does, give huge amounts of praise and hugs.<br><br> <span>5.<span> </span></span>If she doesn't touch the bell, then gently shake it yourself and repeat the phrase 'go potty time'.<br><br> <span>6.<span> </span></span>It might take a while - don't give up! Just keep repeating the steps until your dog figures out that if she wants to be let out she needs to ring the bell.<br><br> Good Luck and stay positive. Hopefully within a few days you will have a nice clean house and a well-trained puppy.
on Aug 04, 2018 | Pets - Others
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