Skitters is my female rat terrier she is an older dog and because of her short fur there is not much grooming to do with her but giving her a bath and clipping her nails. The bath isn't the problem, it's the clipping her nails that is the problem. We… more ›
Nuvo has been with me since 5 weeks of age ,all while I had her she has had a very short flat haired coat and now that it is winter her fur has really grown. I always thought that dogs grew more fur in the winter to protect them from the cold , but … more ›
I cannot find this product anywhere anymore! I have only one piece and it is an excellent tool for brushing mud off my horse! It is a dog grooming item, but would serve me and my barn mates well this winter! Please help!
I have a pomeranian puppy. I've gotten him shaved (evenly shaved) a couple of times and would like to know what other options I have. I have considered getting the loin cut next but still unsure. Does anyone know a good website that could help me dec… more ›
So my moms cat Cali is a tortoiseshell and like 45% of her (bottom portion) is shedding and she has like a necklace of scabs around her neck. What is wrong with her and if you know what can we do to treat this. Cali is very young, like maybe 3 or 4.
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she is 5 years old and has thick matts on her back i have tried useing the cat rake but that just seems to make her upset is there any thing i can use on her to help loosen the matts up some hi again i have been cutting them out as close to her ski… more ›
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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 ›