If your dog is under the weather, this list of dog-friendly meds might make him…

Building an all-natural medicine cabinet for your dog or cat is not as hard as you think

If your dog is under the weather, this list of dog-friendly meds might make him…

How to use vinegar for all natural pet care? For more information http://www.naturalhealthcarestore.com/research_vinegar.htm Vinegar for Disease Prevention, Healthcare & Household Cleaning Uses for Apple Cider & Other Vinegars

How to use vinegar for all natural pet care? For more information http://www.naturalhealthcarestore.com/research_vinegar.htm Vinegar for Disease Prevention, Healthcare & Household Cleaning Uses for Apple Cider & Other Vinegars

I share a lot about how I keep our family healthy (naturally – meaning without chemicals found in traditional home / health / body care products). Today I’m sharing how I keep our Cocker’s m...

I share a lot about how I keep our family healthy (naturally – meaning without chemicals found in traditional home / health / body care products). Today I’m sharing how I keep our Cocker’s m...

The 7-year rule is actually way off. How old is your dog in human years then? Use this chart as a guide. If you want to dig a little deeper, follow the link for super interesting info.

The 7-year rule is actually way off. How old is your dog in human years then? Use this chart as a guide. If you want to dig a little deeper, follow the link for super interesting info.

Get rid of fleas...Make a citrus spray. Slice a lemon thinly, add it to a pint of water and heat to a boiling point. Let it sit overnight and in the morning, spray it onto areas where you suspect fleas hang out (beware of staining) and rub it over your pet's fur. Don't soak, but rather dampen the fur. Do this once a month to combat fleas.

Get Rid of Fleas Naturally

Get rid of fleas...Make a citrus spray. Slice a lemon thinly, add it to a pint of water and heat to a boiling point. Let it sit overnight and in the morning, spray it onto areas where you suspect fleas hang out (beware of staining) and rub it over your pet's fur. Don't soak, but rather dampen the fur. Do this once a month to combat fleas.

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