|Posted by Andrea Flanagan on April 19, 2016 at 2:20 AM||comments (0)|
When your beloved 4 legged companion needs surgery it is always a stressful time not just for us humans but for our pet too. Yes dogs do tend to bounce back a lot quicker then we do but they can come home still groggy from the anaesthetic and feeling sore and tender especially if stitches are required.
To make things even more uncomfortable they may return wearing the ‘cone head’ (Elizabethan collar) and watch the back of your legs as it can be a l...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Andrea Flanagan on April 1, 2016 at 9:25 PM||comments (0)|
I love the holiday season for celebrating with family and friends. But with all the partying and good times we forget the effect loud noises, especially fireworks, can have on our family pets. That's where aromatherapy can work wonders in calming your dog by helping to ease the anxiety and make the night a more positive experience. Start the night by ensuring your dog is in a secure environment, preferably inside where there is no chance of escaping. The best place in the house would be yo...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Andrea Flanagan on March 29, 2016 at 8:15 PM||comments (0)|
It’s that time of year again when the sound of scratching and moaning begins and for some dogs it becomes a red raw and sore situation with flea allergies. Although chemical treatments that you administer direct to the dogs skin are a quick-fix, the damage they do has adverse affects on your dog’s health and if you knew the chemicals that are in these products you wouldn’t go near them. Natural flea control is effective as long as you are persistent and use ...Read Full Post »