Entries by EntirelyPets

Tips and Tricks For Staying on Top of Your Pet’s Dental Health

Let’s face it: we all want that million-watt smile, and we do a lot to maintain it. From tooth bleaching to cosmetic dentistry, we all want that perfect selfie-ready grin. After all, if people don’t need sunglasses when you flash your pearly whites at them, you’re just not working hard enough! But when was the last time you checked out Fido’s fangs or Fluff’s incisors? The fact is that as important as oral health is to you, it’s just as important for your pet. read more read more

Complete Guide to Understand the Need of Medical Alert Tags for Pets

In recent times, for any allergic or medical conditions, there are plenty of Medical bracelets for women out there in the market which consists of the medical identification tag describing the bearer’s medical situation. But what about your pets? How can one ensure their safety? Owners of pets with special medical conditions or needs are familiar with that feeling of being stressed about the well-being of their pets in case they get separated or lost. Now, this is where medical alert tags for the pets come into the picture as through its use, you know that you have taken at least one more step in making sure that your pets are safe.  read more read more

Safety Tips for Super Bowl Sunday

Keep your dog safe during the big game!

Alcohol: Plain and simple, alcohol is a toxin and even small amounts can cause vomiting, diarrhea, difficulty breathing, coma, or death in pets.

Chips & Dip: Most dips contain onions and garlic, which destroy pets’ red bod cells and can result in anemia. Salty foods, such as potato chips, can cause excessive thirst, urination, and sodium poisoning. read more read more

Tips & Advice on Grooming Your Cat

Tips & Advice on Grooming Your Cat

Cats are notorious for self-grooming. If you’re a cat owner, you must have seen that your feline spends most of its time eating, sleeping, and grooming. She licks its fur and pulls out knots with her tongue that doesn’t belong there. However, just because a cat is self-sufficient and can take care of herself, it doesn’t mean that you can ignore your duty.  read more read more