If you start searching for the best flea and tick products for dogs, you’ll easily find a list. Most products of this type affect both ticks and fleas. The Seresto Flea & Tick Collar is an example of that. In fact, that’s the most effective type of product you can use since it affects two issues at the same time. It’s easy to use, and it’s about prevention instead of treatment.
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Ticks need to be removed from the dog immediately, or as soon as possible to decrease the chances of disease and illness.
Before you actually get a shock collar for your dog, there are 5 extremely important things you need to understand first for you and your dog’s safety.
Aside from their bites, fleas and ticks often carry diseases such as Lyme disease, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, or even tapeworms. Help keep your pet happy and healthy by upgrading your defenses to counter sneaky fleas or ticks.
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Our pets are our best pals, which is why it's our duty to keep them protected from fleas and ticks! Check out 10 tips on how to keep them safe from pests.
Hiking is a great way to shake off stress out your system and get yourself a good workout. But when your dog tags along, your outdoor experience gets even better!
Dogs are the perfect hiking partners because they are actually more excited to get out in the woods than you are. They love to climb on boulders, leap over brooks, run up a dirt trail, and gain a new battery of smells and sights. Witnessing your dog’s energy and sheer enjoyment directs you away from the physical exertion involved in hiking. It only motivates you to go farther! Not to mention the breathtaking sceneries you’ll see along the way. read more
These are actual conversations I have with our 1.5-year-old English Shepherd, Daisy. Note, I am interpreting Daisy’s barks, expressions, and intonation. But these are all true!
(Daisy walks under my desk and puts her head on my lap)
Daisy: Hey John!
Me: Hey, Days! read more
Take a long, hard look at your dog’s face. Remember it. Now, go out and look your car straight in the grill. Go down on all fours or kneel, it doesn’t matter. Let it register.
What do you see?
Chances are, you’ll see yourself (or a close resemblance, anyway) looking back at you. Coincidence? Not exactly. read more
Most likely the first animals to be domesticated by early man, dogs haven’t been dubbed “man’s best friend” for no reason. Hundreds of millions of households around the world share their home with at least one dog. In addition to that, countless millions of canines are considered “free-range,” meaning they roam streets and neighborhoods around the world. read more