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           Dog Travel Supplies are extremely important while on vacations or road trips. Traveling with your pets can be a challenging task, that’s why we put together select products that will make traveling easy. We offer everything from airline approved kennels, ramps, seat belts, strollers and much more. Our feature products are designed to keep you pets safe while traveling and keep the strain off the pet owners. Every Dog Travel product that we offer is made with durable materials that are completely safe for your dogs or pets. When traveling with your dog, remember to safely fasten them in a seat so they will not wonder around distracting you from the road. Dogs are great companions and they always have the desire to be with their owners. Traveling with your pet is great way to create a stronger bond. Stop paying outrageous prices for kenneling your dog while you are on vacation and start letting them join on the fun. 

Bring Your Dog on the Road Sometimes the worst part about traveling is leaving your dog behind. But, if you’re planning a road trip there is no reason why you shouldn’t bring your dog along. Man’s best friend can also be his best travel partner. Keep his water bowl full, a Ziploc bag full of treats and make sure you both stop to stretch and use the bathroom often— it could be the trip of a lifetime. For more information on traveling with your dog, Click Here

 

 

do1. Don't get  splashed again with this Pet Wash Shower Curtain.

 

 

2. Give your dog a window to the world with the PetPeek Fence Window.

 

 

3.These PetPeek Fence Window will make your bully sticks last longer because your dog will have to work to get to it.

 

4.For the dog that’s constantly trying to climb into the front seat: zip line harness.

5. Keep everything in place while traveling with this dog car organizer.

6.The Whistle Activity Monitor is an on-collar device that measures your dog’s activities including walks, play, and rest, letting you keep tabs on day-to-day behavior and long-term health trends.

7.This FroBo Pet Bowl has a lining that you can place in your freezer, keeping the water cold for a longer period of time.

8.This light-up collar lights the path for your dog on long dark winter walks.

9.This Dog blanket will keep your dog cozy and warm all winter.

10.Ride around with the most fashionable Dog bike basket.

11.With this pet window gate, your dog won’t be able to leap out the window.

12.The backseat hammock will keep dogs from taking a tumble on a bumpy ride.

13.The pet umbrella keeps your dog “dry and comfortable.”

14.The dog water fountain turns drinking water into a game.

15.If your dog tends to scratch the door and leave marks when it’s time to go out, get the door protector.

16.These “in the wall” pet bowls fold up when not in use to save space.

17. Stay on trend with this adorable dog teepee

18.The dog potty  is a more sustainable solution than weewee pads, and folds up for travel or apartment dwelling.

19.For a multi-person household, get the membo, which has tiles you can flip that signify whether the dog has been fed already.

20.Gently and effectively clean your dog’s paws with this brushless paw wash.

21.Leanlix are dog treats that come in a lip balm-like tube so you can reward your dog on the go with no mess.

22.This collapsible travel cup comes with a carabiner so you can attach it anywhere.

23.The one-of-a-kind Hydrobone has a foam core that absorbs and releases water as your dog chews it.

24.The collapsible travel cup launches tennis balls and acts as an interactive playmate for your pet.

I hope you enjoyed this post.Do you have anything you can add to this list?

imagesI did not have any issues with our dogs when i was growing up,but now i have a dog of my own and i've taken more trips to the vet and had more reactions to shots, allergies, treats, etc. than I care to remember.

Every spring and fall my dog's allergies start up. It starts with red bumps in between her paw pads that then swell and grow. She's constantly trying to lick her paws.

The first year i immediately made a vet appointment thinking it was a yeast infection as she also developed some darkening around the tip of her nail. $200 later it was not a yeast infection and rather, an allergic reaction that became infected.

Here are some tips on treatments and at home remedies that have worked best for me.

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aggressive_dogI'll start by asking you two rhetorical questions,if you want to stop your dog's aggression

First,do YOU start the aggression with your dog simply joining in?

Secondly does your dog listen to you just before it behaves the way it does when you try to show it another way to behave?

The answer will of course be the following:

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Sick of Pet Hair? Stop Shedding now!

dog-sheddingDog shedding can be a tough and unavoidable problem for us dog owners. All those dog hairs in the house can be quite frustrating to clean up so when I saw the shedding, I thought I would give it a shot.

Dog hair shedding is one of the major problems dog owners have to deal with, especially during shedding season. You may not be aware of this but all dogs shed to some degree.

To help pet owners avoid having tumbleweeds of fur rolling in your home, i'm happy to present the HappyDogz Magic Pro Deshedding Tool For Dogs.
The Magic Pro Deshedding Tool reduces shedding by up to 95%.
This deshedding tool is highly effective and very versatile. It works on any type of dog coat whether your baby is single or double coated. Unlike many other dog shedding tools on the market, this doesn’t have sharp blades that can cut or damage your dog’s skin.

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paleo-dog-food-diet2What are the best dog foods? Unfortunately there is not one simple answer.

Best Dog Foods are MEAT BASED, All Natural, Grain Free, Human Grade, Organic, Holistic, HOMEMADE/ DRY / RAW / CANNED / DEHYDRATED / & FREEZE DRIED.

There are many things to consider. When you analyze the hundreds of kinds of dog food that are available, you will notice that they can be grouped into 3 basic types: commercial dog food, raw food, and homemade dog food.

But which of these 3 is the best dog food choice for you and your dog?

Take a close look at the 3 types before you make a decision.

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westie-west-highland-terrierDo you have your Westie groomed several times a year? Have you ever considered how much you pay annually? Over approximately 15 years? You will want to read this!

Good grooming habits are essential for your Westie:

Daily, you should brush or comb your Westie. If you spend 3-5 minutes daily brushing your Westie, you will never have problems with the coat getting matted. Be sure to brush his stomach, chest, and under his front legs.

With every bath comes a teeth brushing. Remember, doggie toothpaste, not yours!

Nail trimming should occur every 2-3 weeks.

Start early with the grooming!

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doggroomingWithout doubt, shedding is one of the most annoying features of dog ownership; what with having dog hair liberally scattered on the floor, furniture, clothes, actually all over.

And frankly there’s not much you can do about it except, accept it as a flip side of dog ownership.

Dog shedding occurs in all dogs and is a natural process of getting rid of dead and unwanted hair . Basically, shedding takes place for two reasons:

To allow a new coat to come in
T o help the dog to adapt to the seasonal changes in the temperature

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The Sheltie Undercoat

The Shetland Sheepdog has a comfortable double coat, which they need for harsh weather conditions of the Shetland Islands where they originated. It is made up of a soft, short, woolly Sheltie undercoat which keeps them warm – plus a long, straight, silky outer coat which protects them from the sun and other elements.

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3bc27e2fe217c95c1a73ad1b2ab17a40Pets have their fair share of issues that appear when you least expect them, just like children. But it's not always practical to take them to the vet every time they seem a little "under the weather".

Thankfully, many pet solutions can be found in your own home. Here are some natural home remedies for some of the most common pet ailments.

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