Dog care
How to Take Care of a Husky Puppy

As with any dog breed, there are unique traits, and quirks that you have to take into consideration before you bring your puppy home. To make your life easier, we jotted down some of the most important areas that you need to be aware of before beginning your journey of Husky ownership! Dog ...

Poodle Hair Problems

About Poodle Hair Poodle hair is unique, whereas most of the 300+ recognized dog breeds have an undercoat and topcoat - the Poodle has only one coat only. And unlike fur, the Poodle has genuine hair, meaning that it never stops growing. For that reason, Poodles require frequent grooming to ...

Tips on Hair Care for Poodles

The Poodles Coat All Poodle breeds, the Standard, Miniature, and Toy - have a highly unique coat, not only is it lusciously soft, but it consists of only one layer of hair. This is in contrast to the majority of dog breeds that have an undercoat and topcoat. It’s this single layer of hair ...

Boxer Dog Care – Complete Guide

So you’re about to bring your Boxer home, you’re probably a bundle of excitement, and just thinking about all the fun that you’re going to have. Weekends spent hiking, evenings strolling around the dog park, and arriving home from work to be greeted by the smiliest of doggy faces! Sounds ...

Tips on Hair Care for Goldendoodles

Determining Coat Type As Goldendoodles are a crossbreed between the Golden Retriever and a Poodle, the types of coat found varies, so the first step on caring for your Doodles hair is to figure out which type he has - this will affect the type of shampoo and conditioner that will work best on his ...

Tips on Hair Care for Australian Shepherds

The Australian Shepherds coat is long thick and beautiful. It comes in a variety of colors such as red, brown, white, and black. Their coat is often multicolored which makes them unique, even among those that have the same parents. Caring for an Australian Shepherd coat might seem ...

Tips on Hair Care for Shih Tzus

Shih Tzus have a soft fluffy coat that has been compared to human hair. It grows long and quickly which demands regular grooming such as brushing once per day or more. Regular haircuts and grooming sessions need to be scheduled every four to six weeks depending on the rate the hair grows. ...

Dentastix vs Greenies: Which is Better?

Imagine how your mouth would feel if you stopped brushing your teeth.It’s not a pleasant thought, is it?And yet, for many of our pets this is a fact of life.Between commercial foods, table scraps, tasty treats, and even poop our dogs face an uphill battle to maintain a healthy mouth.However, dental ...

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