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Brush Up on Your Dog's Coat Type

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Before you invest in a brush, comb or other grooming tool, you'll want to know your dog's coat type. Find your pup's breed below, or if he is a mixed breed, find the breed you believe is most dominant. 

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Types of Brushes and Their Uses

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There are many grooming tools on the market and each one is specifically designed to suit the needs of all dog coat types from combination to silky and curly. This guide will help you determine which tool is right for your dog's coat type.

There are many grooming tools on the market and each one is specifically designed to suit & Read more �

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Fur Flying? Tips To Curb Shedding And Keep Your Home Clean

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If you are noticing a lot of dog or cat hair building up on your sofa and carpet, chances are it’s time to shed out winter coats. But shedding can be an issue year-round not to mention muddy paws.  

A good grooming routine will help keep your house a lot cleaner year-round and make Fido or Milo look and feel better & Read more �

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Do I Need to Brush My Cat's Teeth?

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Yes! Home dental care is one of the best ways to help keep your cat's teeth and gums healthy. Use a moistened, soft, pet toothbrush or child's toothbrush, finger toothbrush, gauze around a finger or a cotton swab. Be sure to use pet toothpaste - no human toothpaste, baking soda or salt.

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What Do I Do if My Cat has Fleas?

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Start a complete flea control program immediately. An effective flea control program MUST address three points: treatment of the pet (or pets), the entire house (and car or motor home), and the yard (deck, garage, etc.). All pets that can contract fleas MUST be treated (fish, birds, reptiles and small and furry pets don't need treatment). There are many safe & Read more �

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Your Dog's Coat: To Shave Or Not To Shave?

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Dog fanciers all have their own opinions on shaving, but the decision to shave your pet's coat is your own.

Dog fanciers all have their own opinions on shaving, but the decision to shave your pet's coat is your own.

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Which Working Dog is Right for You?

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In today's modern and mechanized world, most domestic canines function primarily as pets. But all domestic dogs were once bred to fulfill some need of mankind, and there are many breeds whose original duty was to serve in a working capacity. In every country specific breeds were used as guardians, draft dogs and hunters. Even now there are dogs that & Read more �

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Flea & Tick Dog Products Comparison

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Even very clean, pampered dogs can get fleas and ticks if pet parents don't stay on top of certain preventative steps. These preventative steps seek to minimize or eliminate a dog's chance of being a feeding ground for pesky fleas and ticks and include:

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Products Offer Options to Declawing

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Declawing is the removal of a cat's front claws so it can't scratch furniture or people. Declawing is very controversial. Some people believe it's inhumane to declaw a cat because the surgery causes needless pain and suffering. They compare declawing a claw to amputating a finger. If you buy a purebred cat from a breeder or adopt a cat from & Read more �

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What Mite Help?

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What Mite Help?

My kitty's an ear mite magnet. It seems like I'm always putting ear mite drops into poor Sheba's ears, but I worry about too much medicine. Are there any natural remedies for ear mites that work? - B.G., Wauna, Washington

If your cat has dirt in her ears that looks like coffee grounds and she's shaking her & Read more �

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