Posts tagged “pets” (Page 3)

Say Cheese: Tips for Keeping Your Dog’s Teeth Healthy  

How great is it when you watch a dog smiling? It’s pure bliss! With those pearly whites sticking out, you want to make sure they’re looking (and feeling) their best. Just like you, your pup’s oral hygiene is important. Healthy chompers lead to a healthy dog overall!

With a few simple steps, you can take care of your dog’s teeth to help prevent any serious teeth or gum issues.

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Eye See You: Clean Your Dog’s Eyes with Eyes So Bright

Dogs’ eyes are amazing. They have a larger field of vision than humans, and they can see better than us at night. So, it’s our job to help keep these eyes so bright with Ark Naturals’ Eyes So Bright! Dogs’ eyes can tell us a lot about their health, so it’s essential we pay attention to their eyes, and help them stay clean and healthy with the right eye wash!


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Listen up: Clean Your Pup’s Ears with Ears All Right 

A dog’s ears are pretty cute, especially when they’re floppy… but what’s even more amazing is how well he can hear out of those ears! Dogs can hear about four times better than humans! Wow! So, it’s extra important that we make sure they hear all right by using Ears All Right by Ark Naturals.

Next time you want to clean your pup’s ears, grab a bottle of Ears All Right.

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Hair, Hair Everywhere: Reduce Your Dog’s Shedding with Don’t Shed On Me! 

Dog hair everywhere?  When your pup jumps on you, do you often think, “Don’t Shed on me!”? Well, what if you had a product that was thinking AND doing the same thing? Grooming your dog can be easy…when he’s shedding less with Don’t Shed On Me!

Ark Naturals’ Don’t Shed On Me! helps reduce excessive shedding. Don’t Shed On Me! is super easy to use and smells fabulous.

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Dirty Dog: Make Bath Time Easy with Rinseless Shampoo 

Dirty dog? Bath time can be as fun as play time, and as fast as your dog can fetch with Don’t Worry… Don’t Rinse Me! by Ark Naturals. The waterless shampoo couldn’t be easier to use!  Your dog will be feeling clean and pristine in just 2 simple steps:

  1. Pump product onto your hands or directly onto the dog’s coat
  2. Gently massage the foam all over

Your hands will be clean (not sticky,

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Puppy Anxiety: Calm Your Dog with Happy Traveler

Hate the feeling of being anxious and stressed? Your pup does too! Unlike you, your dog can’t sip on some warm tea, take a soothing bubble bath, pick up a book, take a yoga class, or talk to a therapist to release or lessen his anxiety. Just like stress can affect your daily life, dogs can have stress that negatively impact their life as well.

If you think your dog may be stressed,

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P.U.: How Can I Help My Dog’s Bad Gas?

Ugh! What is that smell? Aw man, it’s the dog again!

Does this sound familiar to you? Gas is normal, but excessive flatulence isn’t too pleasing on your nostrils and it may be a sign of something going on in your pup’s digestive system. We must care about what’s going on in our gut, and in our dogs’ gut too!

So, what can you do to reduce your dog’s flatulence? Before you do anything,

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Pet Dental Health Month: Keeping Your Dog’s Teeth Healthy

It’s Pet Dental Health Month. Don’t ignore your dog’s REALLY bad breath! This odor could be a sign of some serious teeth or gum problems. Pet Dental Month was started to address the significance of oral health care for pets. It’s important for pet owners to learn how to improve the dental (and overall) health of their pets.

Just like you, your pup’s oral hygiene is important! This is one aspect of a dog’s health that often gets overlooked,

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Tips on How to Take Your Dog to Work

This article originally appeared on chewy.com.

How to Bring Dogs in the Workplace

If there’s one thing to make the workday go by faster, it’s having your best four-legged friend by your side. Or, in this case, on your lap.

Luckily for many employees across the nation, workplaces are becoming more pet-friendly—and with good reason. According to a study in the International Journal of Workplace Health Management,

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How to Train Your Dog to Fetch

This article originally appeared on chewy.com.

Despite what some people might believe, most dogs weren’t born knowing how to play fetch. “It’s not complicated, but there are some guidelines in the beginning to help with how to teach a dog to fetch,” says Eric Pliner, owner and trainer at Dog Training with Eric in Denver, CO.

The tricky part when it comes to how to teach a dog to fetch is actually the return part.

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