Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Life's Abundance Dog Food is the best says Pippin the standard poodle

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Hi I'm Pippin and I love Life's Abundance dog food. And that's no lie!  Do you want to try a taste?  The company has a 100% money back guarantee so You have nothing to lose and your dog or cat has everything to gain.  Order at my personal website called Pipschoice
It's named after me because I had a choice to eat my old food or Life's Abundance and I picked LA as I like to call it.  It's not sold in stores, its delivered right to your door.  It's fresh and yummy and it makes me happy, healthy and wise!


Monday, January 15, 2018

Finicky dog formula Supplements your dog will LOVE! NuVet

Do you have a finicky pup? One that turns up his nose at just about anything that is good for him?  I have just the thing for you.  This extra tasty powdered version of NuVet Plus® for dogs, with twice the amount of chicken liver with do the trick!  Our new Finicky Dog Formula is specially made to appeal to the most selective palates and can be easily mixed into your dog’s favorite food. Don't have a food that you trust for quality?  Try Pipschoice!

Ingredients
Blue Green Algae, Brewer’s Yeast, Cat’s Claw, Evening Primrose Oil, Shark Cartilage, Oyster Shell, Alpha Amylase, Beta Carotene, Pine Bark, Papain, L Methionine, Alfalfa, Chicken Liver, Vitamin B1 (Thiamin), Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin), Vitamin B3 (Niacin), Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid), Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine), Vitamin B12, Vitamin D, Vitamin K, Manganese, Magnesium, Iron, Copper, Amino Acids (Tryptophan, Threonine, Isoleucine, Leucine, Lysine, Methionine, Cystine, Phenylalanine, Tyrosine, Valine, Arginine, Histidine, Alanine, Aspartic Acid, Glutamic Acid, Glycine).
Vitamins
Vitamin A*1000 IU
Vitamin E50 IU
Vitamin C50 mg
*From Beta-Carotene

Minerals
Phosphorus83 mg
Potassium50 mg
Zinc 10 mg
Calcium 100 mg
Selenium 75 mcg
Recommended Daily Dosage 
1/2 serving for pets under 5 lbs
1 serving for pets over 5 lbs
2 servings for pets over 100 lbs

Friday, January 12, 2018

Tiny Peekapoo puppy coat

The Peekapoo coat is soft in texture, the coat is usually wavy and grows to a  medium to long length. There is no undercoat and it is low shedding, however they do mat if not brushed.  
To keep it healthy and tangle-free, you’ll need to groom your dog’s coat on a regular basis. Brushing is a weekly thing for this coat.  The brushing helps to keep the coat healthy by disturbing their natural oils. If you prefer not bother with the long-hair maintenance to keeping it brushed out, you can have your dog clipped shorter by a groomer.  
A peekapoo's coats can come in many different colors. They range from black, chocolate brown, sable, silver, gray, white, buff, and sable, to red, cream, and apricot.  The coat can also be a variety of different markings, such as this little girl has. 

Wednesday, January 10, 2018

De-shedding the short haired dog

A short haired dog needs to be groomed and what better way than to have them professionally done by a groomer! 

This pile of hair is just what you see on the table, there was a lot more that went down the drain.

Hair, Hair Everywhere might be the song you sing. But did you know that a large amount can be removed just by going to your professional groomer?  I have a treatment that we use at Spotts Grooming that helps out many dog owners that can't stand to have hair drifting through their homes.  
We start with a de-shedding shampoo in the bath, followed by a special conditioner.  Next the dog is dried and a specialized tool is used to comb out more dead hair.  The result, a much more less shedding dog.
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Short haired dogs and de-shedding

Even short haired dogs need to be professional groomed!


So here is Ellie just after her bath and blow dry.  I use a shampoo that helps release the dead hairs that are alreading shedding in the coat to come out easier.  During the bath, the shampoo was already at work doing a lot of the de-shedding for me.  When she was dry, I used a de-shedding tool to comb out more hair as you can see on the table. Surprising, that is a lot of hair out at once.  Over a few days, that pile of hair would have been all over your house.   

Monday, January 8, 2018

Grain Free Dog Food - Cost

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Grain Free Dog Food

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Grooming

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Keeping your Cavalier King Charles Spaniel shiny and beautiful isn’t difficult. A little regular care goes a long way.  Brushing should be done a few times a week to maintain a tangle-free coat.  These little dogs do not require much trimming, as they are to have a natural look.  However, many owner like to have them trimmed shorter for easier care at home.  Some like to have their Cavalier's shaved even shorter.  Its a personal preference.  

So lets start with brushing - I like to use a slicker brush, this will help remove dead hair that is underneath the top coat.  The use of a de-shedding comb can also help to get the dead coat out and prevent knots in the hair.  They will mat up if not brushed.   

A good bath is next - I like to use a shampoo that helps release the dead coat, followed by a conditioner.  
I like to do the nail trim after the bath because the water will soften the nails and make them easier to clip.

Once she is dry, I use my clipper on the bottom of the feet to remove the hair and lightly scissor around the toes.  With this particular dog, the owner wanted her hair short so I clipped some on the back and chest, neatened up the back end and trimmed the ears.  
I cleaned the inside of the ears with ear cleaner from www.pipschoice.com