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Even if you love your pets like your family, constantly dealing with clumps of hair on your furniture and on your clothing can become tiring. Use this guide to figure out how to handle the shedding and decrease the amount of time it takes to clean your home:
Get Your Pet Groomed
Although you cannot stop your animal from shedding, taking him to the groomer can help you avoid so much extra hair inside your home. If the groomer regularly brushes your pet’s coat, it pulls out these lost hairs before they fall onto your floor or your furniture. The groomer will have the right kind of brush to use for your animal’s type of fur.
Feed Your Pet a Healthy Diet
It is important to pay attention to the foods you give your pets. Talk to your vet about the right kind of food for your animal to ensure that he gets the proper nutrition without the need for additional supplements. The right foods help him have the healthiest, shiniest coat.
Take the Animal to the Vet
If you are still having a major shedding problem even with regular visits to the groomer, you might want to schedule an appointment with your vet. Sometimes excessive hair loss can be a sign of an allergy, an infection, or other health issues. If there is a problem, the vet can help you find a solution that should decrease the amount of shedding.
Vacuum More Often
If you own pets, you should vacuum at least once a week to collect dirt, dander, and hair. Staying diligent about your cleaning routine helps you and your pet live together happily without hair getting in the way.
Pet Butler of Dallas, Metro Pet, and Pet Love Mobile Grooming are here to help you give your pet the best life. From pet waste removal to mobile grooming services, we make it easier than ever to own a pet in the Dallas area. To learn more, visit us online or call (972) 591-0319.
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Grooming an animal is an important aspect of owning a pet. Grooming anxiety can make it difficult to get these services that keep your animal clean and looking his best, though. Use the following tips to minimize grooming anxiety:
Dogs react well to positive reinforcement, which is why you should try to associate grooming with happy things like treats or walks. You should always start off slowly to give the animal the time to get used to the feeling of being groomed. The sooner you can start grooming, the better chance your pet has of getting used to the feeling of it. You might want to hire a professional groomer who knows exactly how to work with animals that might feel anxious about getting groomed.
Pet Butler of Dallas, Metro Pet, and Pet Love Mobile Grooming are here to help with all of your pet waste removal, pet food delivery, and grooming needs in Dallas. We give you access to the services that make it easy to be a responsible pet owner. Call (972) 591-0319 to learn more.
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Animals often react differently when they are dealing with ticks or other parasites. It is important to pay attention to your dog’s regular behavior so you can spot when something is amiss.
Some dogs experience lameness after they come into contact with enough ticks. Others start to scratch at irritated skin. Ticks might even cause a loss of appetite. Check out this video to learn more about how to spot signs of ticks in dogs.
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Preventive care can go a long way toward ensuring the health and happiness of your pet. Dental health in particular is important, as gum and tooth issues can cause pain and interfere with eating habits. Dogs can encounter the same kind of dental problems that humans often experience, so to protect your pet from these issues, now is the perfect time to begin practicing consistent oral care for your pooch.
Dogs love to chew on nearly anything that they can get in their mouths, but this tendency can lead to cracked and chipped teeth. To prevent broken teeth, give your dog appropriate objects for him to chew on. Chew toys that can bend under the pressure of your dog’s bite help to ensure that his biting force won’t cause an accidental cracked tooth. When choosing toys, also be sure to avoid items with hard parts that could injure your pet.
Protecting your dog’s teeth from fractures can also prevent painful tooth infections. If your dog suffers a broken tooth that allows bacteria to enter the tooth’s interior, it can damage the inner soft tissues. As the infection grows, it can also cause pressure to build inside the tooth. This side effect can lead to pain, swelling, and loss of appetite. Should you notice any of these symptoms, contact a pet care expert who can examine your dog and suggest remedies for his discomfort.
Dogs’ mouths contain bacteria that feed on food particles each time they eat a meal. Over time, this bacterial residue can form a sticky substance that clings to teeth, called plaque. Plaque can inflame canine gum tissues and cause tooth loss. The best deterrent to inflamed gums is a consistent oral hygiene routine. If you find it difficult to brush your dog’s teeth on your own, enlist the help of a professional dog grooming service that can quickly and effectively clean and brighten your dog’s smile.
Pet Butler of Dallas, Metro Pet, and Pet Love Mobile Grooming can see to it that your dog looks and feels his best. To learn more about our teeth cleaning services, call (972) 591-0319. We offer our services to pet owners and their furry friends residing in the greater Dallas region.
Last updated 1 month ago
Pet cleanup is a mandatory part of having a dog. While many pet owners make sure that they clean up after their dogs on walks, they may not be as quick to remove waste found in their own backyards. However, letting poop remain in your backyard can have dangerous consequences for your family, other animals, and the greater community.
Pet waste can contain any number of diseases, including roundworms, giardia, parvovirus, and hookworms. The longer that dog poop is left in the open, the greater the chance that these viruses could come into contact with humans. If your dog eats his feces and then licks your face, his waste could infect you with giardia or roundworm. If you have children, they too can get sick if they play in the backyard and come into contact with your pet’s poop. Prompt removal of dog waste is the best way to avoid these problems.
Do you have doggie dates for your canine friend? If so, you might be putting your pooch’s pals at risk when you leave his waste in your backyard. Dogs often taste curious objects, including feces, when exploring the world around them. So when you have other dogs at your home, they might try to lick or eat the waste in your yard. Unfortunately, this could result in the spread of multiple viruses to otherwise healthy animals.
Dog poop may be natural, but it can have disastrous consequences for the environment. Because of the many contaminants in dog feces, it should never be allowed to decompose in your backyard. Especially if you live in an area prone to precipitation, it’s important to remove dog waste before a rainstorm quickly breaks it down and washes it into the closest water source. Despite the effectiveness of water purification systems, pet waste in the water can lead to widespread illness should animals or individuals come into contact with it.
Protect yourself, your family, and your pet with Pet Butler of Dallas. Our dog waste removal services can save you the time and energy of keeping up with your backyard cleaning needs. For more information on our Dallas-area services, call (972) 591-0319.