Archive for September, 2010

Pet Grooming Products for Dogs and Cats

There are all kinds of pet grooming products for dogs and cats. Regardless of what kind of pet you have, it is likely grooming of some sort will be required. How often to groom and what products to use will depend on the type of dog or cat you have. Short haired cats and dogs may require less grooming, but they do need attention periodically. Before shopping for pet grooming products, evaluate the needs of your pet.

Short haired dogs will need a brush made for their coat length. These brushes remove dead hair that your dog would shed. Regularly brushing your short haired dog can help avoid little dog hairs all over the place. There are conditioning sprays for all coat lengths that add shine and fragrance. For long haired dogs, you may require a shedding comb, an undercoat brush and an overcoat brush. Long haired dogs require daily grooming or their coat will get knots and mats. While poodles do not shed, they need to be brushed regularly and their coat trimmed.

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September 23, 2010 Posted Under Pets

Spoil Your Dog with Designer Dog Toys

These days designer merchandise is all the rage. The fashion forward are clamoring for anything with a designer label or logo. And many of them don’t just stop with decking themselves out with designer duds, they treat their dogs, too. There are actually designer dog toys that go wonderfully with any fashionable carrier or collar and leash. If you always try to look stylish your dog can coordinate with you. The best part is, you don’t have to pay designer prices for these toys.

There are designer dog toys that are plush and look like expensive fashion items. Examples include designer name handbags, high heels, bottles of perfume, jewelry and even the I-Paw which is an adorable plush toy version of the iPod. These toys look cute when scattered around your home and are far more stylish than your average squeaky newspaper or dirty tennis ball. Your dog won’t realize the fashion appeal of his or her toys, but you certainly will.

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September 7, 2010 Posted Under Dogs