I was recommended a long metal comb that won't rake my cats' skin. The person who recommended it at the Cat show at MSG this weekend said it was made by C. Christopherson (this may be incorrect spelling). Does anyone know where I can get one of these… more ›
My 1 year old beagle has bald spots where he scratches and gnaws constantly. He also has a really bad odor. I have tried everything from conditioners and different shampoos to moisturize the skin. The vet has not been helpful at all saying it could b… more ›
My Yorkie isn't to fond of getting her nails clipped, and i have tried giving her treats but she just eats the treat and then runs away. Then i tried holding the treat in my hand, making her work to get to the treat, but once the treat was gone, she … more ›
I was just wondering if anyone has tried any type of pet perfume. I've been looking around online and I just want something to spray my dog in between baths that won't irritate her skin. I've heard of some but I was wondering if anyone actually uses … more ›
I don't see a review on it yet but I was wondering if anyone has info on the PediPaws Nail Trimmer. Just curious to how well it works and if it is noisy. Ever since I clipped to short one time, I hate using the clippers and I think they sense my nerv… more ›
Does anyone have any SPECIFIC recommendations about things that are out there to keep indoor cat claws filed down? I have the regular scratch pads and stuff but they don't use them super-often and I don't notice the scratch things filing down the na… more ›
I saw a commercial that said that cats and dogs have nerves in their claws, and if you trim cut their nails they can feel it. They were trying to sell a electric file to file the nails rather then trim them.
I have decided enough is enough and I want to try to groom my Westie and my Yorkie myself. Does anyone know a decent shear set I could order online. Everytime i look i get very overwhelmed and that is why I take the dogs to the groomers. I want to… more ›
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Answer by Momba
A: The best thing to do is make sure of what it is by seeing your vet. It could be nothing, but why take the chance that it could be something… more ›
Answer by Momba
A: Maybe you could experiment with a harness when the cats are eating, and if Simon shows aggression toward Stacy, pull him back. Maybe he'll … more ›