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March 13, 2009 | By Ktlynpinky | 3 | Need to know

Well my acts- Dolly, Spaz, and Babes, are all long haired and have smushed faces so their tear ducts are pinched which causes the running of eyes and we just wondered if there was anyway to easily clean them and with Dolly (whose white) remove the ey… more ›


March 13, 2009 | By Ljd571 | 7 | Need to know

Having always to vacuum and hair is always on the furniture. Need to change the filter once a month, but after his haircut, need to only change every other. Just don't know if a golden should be shaved.


March 13, 2009 | By Debennis | 0 | Pet-specific

hand stripping is a long process and is hard on the dog

March 13, 2009 | By Lovingparakeetowner | 3 | Need to know

The vet cost to much for me to pay for right now. Baby needs to be groomed!


March 13, 2009 | By DawnMarieToomey | 1 | S.O.S.!

My Golden retriever is constantly licking my labradors ears and causing ear infections. I have taken her to the vets twice now for anitbiotics for this. I have tried putting shampoo around her ears and it only works for a short time. Does anyone ha… more ›

March 13, 2009 | By Mrscatmom d. | 4 | Need to know

My cat is black and has white specks that look like dandruff. I've tried moist cleaning, changing diet to add more fish oil, and just brushing her a lot but there always seems to be more flakes.

Mrscatmom d.

March 12, 2009 | By Karen N. | 5 | Need to know

I am absolutely horrible at this but I don't want to only have it done at the vet's office in our annual visit? Our cats don't like to stay still anyway and shred us if we try to keep them still. Any ideas?

Karen N.

March 12, 2009 | By Shannon411 | 16 | Just Curious

My 6mo old chihuahua has dry skin his vet told me to use conditioner with no scent and i have been but i don't think that it's working. Any other suggestions?


March 12, 2009 | By Lisa B. | 12 | Just Curious

I don't go to groomers b/c my dog gets really upset, but I have to pick up hair off the floor everyday. Does anyone have any other products or solutions for shedding hair.

Lisa B.

March 11, 2009 | By Gregory D. | 36 | Just Curious

My cat love water

Gregory D.

March 11, 2009 | By Rencsimilcsi | 1 | Just Curious

My jersey wooly rabbit, June doesn't take care of her fur. I try to keep it trimmed as short as I possible can to prevent mats. Her problem areas are her bum (around her tail) and under her chin. She gets very impatient with me and I have a limited a… more ›

March 11, 2009 | By healy | 12 | Need to know

my dog is sheading alot, and im not sure what to do.. i all ready have one of those fancy burch things, but it dosent work THAT well on my dog. i brush her evryday. and still hair, i could brush her 24/7 and she would still shead. and her hair is thi… more ›


March 11, 2009 | By Kim H. | 17 | Just Curious

I think Dandilion is so fat, she cannot clean herself and prevent the matting.

Kim H.

March 11, 2009 | By Jill B. | 16 | Just Curious

Just curious, since cats are always cleaning themselves and each other, do they really need to have a bath too? My cats are orange and white and their white parts are WHITE, so they seem clean to me.

March 11, 2009 | By Ltcooper | 3 | Just Curious

the fish gets pretty hyper when we use the small net to scoop him out of the tank.


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