Max likes to lay under the pine tree by his dog house. Problem is, the sap. I can usually get it out just by rubbing it in my fingertips. But he did it really good this time. When he fist got shaved this spring he laid in it. I've been working m… more ›
Wanda is a clean dog. She has a shiny coat and does not smell bad. She sleeps indoors, with her favorite blankets, in her own room with hardwood floors. I vacuum and mop almost daily. But she seems to put off a brown dust. It's everywhere... To preve… more ›
July 26, 2008 | 1 | Just Curious
I've thought about buying a small Furminator for cats, but the videos I've seen show the animals being brushed quite vigorously. Our little kitty probably wouldn't like that. Right now she tolerates a light brushing on one side and then you have to q… more ›
What methods for reducing shedding have you found that work best. Our lab has always been a big shedder and he sheds year round. Our beagle normally only sheds during the summer. This year both of their shedding has seemed to be increasing more an… more ›
Thank you for all of your answers for my first question! Since im a first time dog owner here is another: My little yorkie is due for her first bath this weekend. I would like to know what is the best shampoo and conditioner I should get for her? Im … more ›
Pepper hasn't been grooming herself very good lately. When she fails to do so Sage usually steps in to help her out. Well I failed to comb her for awhile and now she has some clumps that I can't get her comb through. She is very skiddish and I can … more ›
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Answer by Debra B.
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Answer by Ches21
A: All you can do is to tell everyone not to buy it you shouldn't buy food with corn or wheat in it cause most animals are allergic to it and … more ›
Answer by Anonymous
A: Lipomas (fatty tumors) are typically benign. Lots of vets don't see the need to remove them unless they get really big or are in an area tha… more ›