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Why do dogs love to chew? Because their mouths are the primary way they interact with the world they live in. Chewing is a natural canine behavior that allows them to explore the world they live in. Chew toys can help satisfy that chewing instinct. Keep these 4 points in mind when selecting a chew toy for your pup: 1. Sure that it's a toy designed for dogs.  Avoid any toys that have any part that may hurt your dogs, such as ribbons, strings, plastic eyes or other parts that could be chewed off and/or ingested. Dog Chew Ball & Rubber Dog Toothbrush are safe alternatives...

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1. Secure all buckles and remove any spare items. Make sure that they will not be lost during cleaning.  2. Hand washes in warm water. Working the mild soap in with the gentle brush and scrub it really good to clean between the fibers then rinse it very well so that there is no residue that can irritate the dog’s skin.  3. Rinse thoroughly. Make sure that you've rinsed the harness very well so that there is no residue that can irritate the dog’s skin. 4. Hang dry. Rolling it up in a towel to squeeze the excess water out...

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Everyone needs a place of his own include your pet, and the right pet bed can provide that perfect, quiet spot for any fur friend.  Here are 4 ways to help you choose the right pet bed: 1. make sure that is the right size for your pet. The pet should be able to lie flat, completely stretched out on his side, without hanging off of the bed. Rabbitgoo Deepsleep Calming Bed is a fine choice. 2. Consider what you want to spend. There are a variety of price points to meet your budgetary needs. Just choose one that fits you...

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At some point, you may notice your dog's watery eyes. It’s easy to assume that the dog is crying, but those tears are actually caused by something other than emotions.  Here are some common causes of tears in dogs: 1.Scratched CorneaWhen playing with other dogs or cats, running a paw brush in the area can be the cause of a scratched cornea. Besides tearing, a dog may paw at his eye, blink a lot, or have an inflamed eye area.  2. InfectionIf the dog’s tears are yellow, mucusy, or bloody instead of clear, it may be a sign that your...

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1. Take your pet to the veterinarian regularly. All pets, including both dogs and cats, require regular veterinary care. You should know your pets healthy or not.   2. Keep your pet’s mouth clean.Oral health issues can cause your pet pain, making it difficult for him to eat. If left untreated, oral health issues may even lead to heart and kidney disease.  3. Keep your pet lean. Obesity will put your pet at risk for joint disease, heart disease, and diabetes, among other things. Being overweight may shorten a dog or cat’s life span by as much as two years. ...

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