After finding a couple loose whiskers around my house and doing some research on that, I found stuff that said that their whiskers are the same length as their body width. So, if the cat gains weight, do the whiskers automatically grow to compensate… more ›
I am considering buying the Peticure filing tool, to do Mitzi'z nails. Well, I have found out, that the new Pedipaws tool is over 10 dollars cheaper. But, I don't know what any differences are, between the two products, and which one is the better an… more ›
Even with the use of r7 powder for ears my dog wont stay still and fights whenever we try to pull hair from their ears. they cry and wont stay still...can i just cut them? now they wont even let us near their ears. pls. help.
My groomer has retired and I need to find a new groomer. This is so sad since I only had this groomer for a few months and my 3 dogs were finally comfortable going to her. Can anyone in Kenosha, WI recommend a good groomer. I am thinking of Darby'… more ›
Just wondering if anyone has used the pedi-paws nail trimmer seen on TV and if it was any good. I hate to clip Abie's nails and don't want to have to wait for her grooming appointments to get them done. This looked like it would be easy. I have no… more ›
I've cleaned the ears of adult Dogs with Perscription and OTC cremes but usually it was for ear mite infestation. Do I use a cotton swab or do I use a Q-tip? My Vet used a LONG q-tip swab to clean my lab's ears but I'm afraid of sticking something l… more ›
They appear every time I shampoo her. Although the last couple of times they have diminished significantly. I'm guessing they're either flea larva or Tick larva. I pulled all the ticks off her when I got her but she had fleas for a while afterwards.
We live in the south now where it can get very hot, and I thought that if we are hot, so are our dogs. Is once every other week too often to bathe them? And, is it okay to do so outside on our deck for their comfort? They seem to really love it espec… 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 ›