News — Pet Grooming
Cats have a delicate endocrine system and products that are safe for dogs can be harmful to cats. One of the most common medical conditions affecting cats is allergies. An allergy occurs when the cat's immune system over-reacts or is hypersensitive to foreign substances known as allergens. Allergens are either ingested, inhaled or topical that has come in contact with your cat. Examples that are often the problem are pesticides, essential oils, and even some grooming products. That’s why all of our Pure and Natural Pet feline grooming & wellness products are free of perfumes, dyes and harmful essential oils....
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American Made is more than just an anthem. It’s a growing movement of people who are conscientious “label readers” and look for the points of origin as USA.
Buying products with the “Made in USA” label keeps jobs going, and our economy thriving.
- Tags: Cats, cruelty free, dogs, Pet Essentials, Pet Grooming, Pet preparedness, pet safety, Puppy Essentials, USA Made, USDA Certified Organic
Creating a safe at-home grooming routine keeps your pet clean and healthy. It’s also a special time to bond with your furry friend. Your pet will associate grooming sessions as a positive experience when you show them extra love, attention and give them their favorite treats as a reward.
Good grooming includes looking after your pet’s skin, coat, paws, ears, teeth, nose, and eyes, plus being patient with them during the process. With a regular routine, you can avoid health problems and even an expensive run to your veterinarian.
Having a healthy & happy pet is the ultimate goal every pet parent wants to achieve. We put together a guide to help you easily care for your pet and develop an at-home grooming routine.
- Tags: dogs, Ear Care for Dogs, Eco Friendly, Grooming a pet at home, Paw Protection, Pet Dental, Pet Essentials, Pet Grooming, Puppy Essentials, USDA Certified Organic
Lyme Disease in Pets Protecting your canines from ticks is a critical part of their overall wellbeing and health. The following outlines useful information for detection and prevention. For canines: The most important tick-borne diseases that affect dogs are Lyme disease, Ehrlichiosis, Anaplasmosis, Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, Babesiosis, Bartonellosis, and Hepatozoonosis. All can have serious health consequences for dogs and many can have serious health consequences for people as well. Most cases of Lyme disease can be treated successfully with a few weeks of antibiotics. Steps to prevent Lyme disease include using flea & tick repellent, checking for and removing ticks promptly,...
- Tags: dog safety, dogs, Flea & Tick, Flea and Tick, Lyme disease, Lyme disease safety for pets, Pet Flea & Tick Prevention, Pet Grooming, Pet preparedness, pet safety