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Can you remember back to a snowy winter day you had this winter? That may be really simple for some of you that get a lot of cold weather. We know for all of our readers in the southeast and Florida this may mean you have to go back SEVERAL years or to a time where you lived somewhere that actually got snow, but imagine with me that there is snow all on the ground and you are bundled up and trying to keep as warm as you can while the snowflakes fall all around. It may have been beautiful. It also may have been bitter cold. But as I’m sure you can imagine the experience may very greatly in your memory dependent upon how long you were outside and how well dressed you were during the cold. Those were the good ole’ days. This article will dive into how cold is too cold for dogs to be outside along with some tips for keeping your dog safe during the winter months. How Cold is Too Cold for Dogs In Winter? Although winter is officially over on March 19th and March 20th is the start of spring, many parts of.
Have you heard that essential oils on dogs is a thing? It really is. And we’ve been excited to do some research on this ourselves to make sure we can bring you helpful information in your journey to keep your pets safe. In today’s blog post, we’re going to talk about how to safely use essential oils on dogs. Without a doubt, you’ve heard something about the use of essential oils on dogs recently. We know pet owners want to bath their dogs with shampoos and have them soft, smooth and clean, however many like to use essential oils too. They seem to be all the hype online, in stores, and all over social media. Maybe you’re leery of trying them out, or maybe you’re a seasoned essential oil user. The use of essential oils for human wellness is greatly debated, as is the case with dogs. Many dog owners and groomers likely have wondered how to safely use essential oils on dogs. We’ve put together this post as a quick reference to guide you through! How to Safely Use Essential Oils on Dogs Diffuse A great way to acclimate pets to essential oils is to wear the oils.
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How to keep your dog from shedding Do you have a dog that that has become part of your family but they shed? Are you frustrated when you look along the hardwood floors and realize it is time for you to sweep (or vacuum) again because there is dog hair everywhere? Have you ever wondered how to keep your dog from shedding? Trust us, you are not alone! According to Dog Time, the level of shedding in different breeds varies greatly. Today’s blog post is about 7 smart ways to keep your dogs shedding less and you can start implementing these today. 7 Smart Ways to Keep Your Dog Shedding Less Brush Your Dog There are many types of dog brushes available for purchase and it is best to get in a regular routine of brushing your dog often. Depending on the type of brush you use, your dog could actually come to really enjoy the brushing process. By brushing your dog regularly you are giving the hair that will come out a chance to get in the brush and in the trash rather than throughout your house. That’s a good thing. We know this to be true. Allow More Inside.
With all the hype and excitement of the solar eclipse happening on August 21, 2017 many people are making sure that they are in a good location to enjoy the eclipse and order NASA approved eclipse glasses in North America. But have you thought about the impact of the eclipse on your pets? The good news is that there aren’t any loud noises associated with the upcoming solar eclipse which does happen on holidays like New Year’s Eve, Fourth of July and any other time there are fireworks. That said, there could be people near your home or where you are watching that choose to do fireworks if that is legal in your state In today’s blog post we’re going to share with you how to prepare your pets and keep them safe during the solar eclipse. Similar Reactions to Inclimate Weather If your dog reacts to storms, they may notice the visual change in the sky color and could have some anxiousness. And with the changing of the sky as the moon moves in front of the sun, it will cause shadows to become much sharper and come at different and unexpected angles. Therefore, if your dog is a.
Have you got an upcoming summer vacation that you are super excited about? Plan on taking with you your four-legged friend? We want to make sure that the travel stays fun and that you don’t have any interruptions so we have created a blog post to help make your summer travel with your dog easier. Today we’ll share with you ___ things to take into consideration with traveling with pets in the summer months. Air Travel Limitations In order for airlines to keep the flight experience as safe as possible for your pet, they have limitations on what the temperature can be to provide travel for pets. Typically, pets will not be accepted by most airlines when the temperature at the arrival, layover or departure airport is above 84°F (29°C) at any of the locations on your entire trip. Do make sure of this policy, be sure to check with the specific airline that you plan to make your flight plans with to your final destination. Secure Collars and Tags We know that sometimes our dogs can have collars that may seem to not be as secure as they need to be. This may seem less important when you are.
Through the month of September, 20% of all Eli & Jojo’s sales at The Grateful Dog will be donated to Friends for Life. Pamper your pooch with homemade, organic dog treats in Banana Berry, Fresh Breath, and Pumpkin Veggie flavors, also available in Variety packs. Thanks for shopping local! Learn more about Eli and Jojo’s at https://eliandjojosbakerybites.com/ Learn more about The Forever Farm at http://www.friendsforlifeforeverfarm.org/
Elam Animal Hospital received a donation from Mr. Groom and we couldn’t be more excited for them! They are located on Forest Drive in South Carolina. Check out their services at www.elamanimalhospital.com!
Mr. Groom was delighted to make a donation of shampoos to the kind folks at Griffin Animal Hospital in Columbia, SC. They are one of the best veterinary clinics in South Carolina! Visit their website www.griffinanimalhospital.com especially if you live in The Vista or near Five Points.
Mr. Groom was happy to donate shampoos to the Animal Mission of Columbia. Visit their website, animalmission.org for more information on volunteer opportunities and adoptions. Folks adopting will receive a special discount on all online orders of Mr. Groom!