DIY Homemade Dog Chews made from sweet potatoes. All you need to do is slice up some sweet potatoes and bake - doesn't get much easier than that! Plus the price at pet smart for natural sweet potato treats is around $13 - I like spending $2 instead. Plus my dog is really really happy!
White vinegar is not only an effective carpet cleaner and urine odor remover, but it also acts as a repellant. Canines don't like the smell of the acetic acid, which makes up vinegar and are likely to avoid the areas that are sprayed with this solution. Prepare a solution of white vinegar and water in a 1-to-1 concentration and spray it over your carpets and the areas where your dog likes to urinate. Read more: http://www.ehow.com/info_8771479_spray-carpet-keep-dogs-peeing.html#ixzz2vDmQrMUQ
If your dog licks and chews his feet, he may have dry skin, allergies or irritating scrapes causing discomfort. Adding Epsom salts to a warm bath relieves inflammation and pain when absorbed through the skin. 1. Fill bathtub with lukewarm water to a level just above your dog's paws. 2. Dissolve 2-3 cups Epsom salts to water. Stir the water with your hand to distribute. 3. Don't let him drink the water. Keep him in the tub for at least 5-10 minutes to soak paw(s). 4. Repeat daily as needed.
Treat your dog to an ice-cold snack on a hot summer day with a homemade frozen treat. Whether your dog loves peanut butter, pumpkin or yogurt, or likes to lick his way through a block of frozen cottage cheese to find the tasty square of cheddar in the middle, he'lll enjoy cooling off with his very own icy, protein-packed snack.
Homemade DOG SCRUB flea treatment shampoo - made with just salt & blue Dawn dish soap. We used this just last night, after taking our pets on a camping trip which resulted in a lot of fleas hitchhiking home on their furry little bodies ^._.^ worked great!
Dog's Itchy Skin. Use Epsom Salts for Dog's Itchy Skin. put a handful of Epsom salts to the bath water, making the last rinse another one with salts in it. Listerine Itch Spray for Dogs Does your dog itch and make their skin so raw? mixed the following: •1/3 water •1/3 baby oil (to soften the skin) •1/3 Listerine (the regular brown type) Put this into a spray bottle and spray
Everyone knows how to bathe a dog, right? But even if you’re doing a good job already, Dr. Marty Becker bets that he can give you tips that will make your work easier or last longer. Here are things to try.