Looking after your dog can be a daily task. From grooming them to making sure they eat the correct food. We hope some of our pins can help you in this prospect.
When you hike long distances with your dog, do they need boots too? Shoes protect your dog’s paws during long hikes. Small booties can shield their paw pads from thorns, rocks, sticks, and other pointy objects. Shoes also help reduce blistering and cracking. Read on and you’ll find out the pros and cons of hiking shoes for dogs, how to pick those hiking shoes and tips on how to get your dog to wear them. #hiking #hikingwithdods #dogbooties #travelwithpets #dogtraveltips #dogwalking
You see this all the time on social media – wanderlust travelers visiting some of the most beautiful places on the planet their pets. It’s a beautiful sight to behold, but not very realistic for many pet owners who fear traveling with their pets would inevitably be a disaster. But believe it or not, traveling with your pet is a lot easier than you’d think – you just need to now how to do it properly! #PetTips #PetCare #TravelingWithPets
Obsessive paw-licking can be due to allergies, such as grass and pollen. The licking causes inflammation which then leads to a fungal or bacterial infection. This can be treated safely and naturally with our Healing Gel for Dogs or our Herbal Hot Spot Spray. Both products contain healing herbs and organic essential oils for infection. Developed by holistic veterinarian, Dr. Deneen Fasano. Check us out on Etsy and our website www.pawromatherapy.com #pawromatherapy #healinggel #pawlicking
Summer brings lots of fun adventures, but with it comes a pretty scary one for some dogs - Independence Day. The Fourth of July fireworks are loud and unpredictable, which can be terrifying for dogs with anxiety. Read on for tips to help relieve your dog's stress during fireworks.