According to the American College of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology, about 10% of the population in the U.S. is allergic to dogs. You’re not alone if you suffer from dog allergies. However, technically speaking, you’re not allergic to the dog. You’re allergic to the proteins found in the saliva, urine, and skin flakes, and the dander that is attached to the dog. It’s these proteins or allergens, not the dog itself, that cause an allergic reaction to the dog. These allergens are harmless, but they can and do trigger your immune system which causes sniffling, sneezing, itchiness, hives, and watery eyes.
While most of us don’t think much about our pets and the environment, there are hundreds of pet product manufacturers who do. They don’t just have an Earth Day concern, but a year-round awareness about what affect more than 225 million pets are having on the world around us. There’s a reason to be concerned. The number of pets in America is rapidly approaching the number of registered automobiles in America - 268.8 million. And if cars are impacting our environment, what do you think our pets are doing? Celebrating Earth Day this month, maybe it’s time to think about how everyday can be earth day by using eco friendly puppy pee pads and other dog care products.
When you’re a dog owner, you’re pretty much used to the fact that life with a dog can be messy. But just how messy does is have to be? When it comes to your dog going potty, that’s not a situation where you want to be getting your hands dirty. Fecal matter and urine contain harmful bacteria and chemicals that can make you, your family, and even your pets sick. And while having potty pads in your home may sound like an unhygienic option, it’s actually quite the opposite given today’s technology and manufacturers’ dedication to providing better options to pets and their owners.
The chances are that if you’re reading this post, you’re trying to decide whether dog pee pads will be a good potty solution for your dog, new puppy pal and/or your lifestyle. So, without further ado, let’s take a look at what dog pads are, how they work and who they work best for. Hopefully, this will help you to figure out if pee pads can not only work for you, but make your life easier while keeping your 4-legged friend clean and comfortable.
There is less than one week until the premier industry event, Global Pet Expo! What are you most excited about for this year's show?
Potty pads have been around for quite some time, but did you know that finally, they are tough enough for the job they’re designed for? If you’re one of the many dog owners that have tried to use dog pads before but found that they didn’t work for you and your beloved pooch, this article might give you the solution to enable you to utilize potty pads to keep your house clean, and your dog comfortable.
What are the Vaccinations for Dogs?
A vaccination is a treatment to cause immunity to certain diseases ordinarily administered injected into your dog. The vaccination contains the tiniest amount of the virus which they are being vaccinated against. This isn’t enough to infect your dog, merely enough for your dog’s immune system to learn to recognize and destroy the virus.
Congratulations on your newest addition to the family! Bringing home a new puppy is a huge responsibility, but when you go into it with patience and organization, it can be the greatest decision you’ve ever made. Success depends a lot on how you prepare, and with the best practices below, you can do your best introducing the puppy to your family, new home and most likely, puppy pee pads.
Each February, the New York Pet Fashion Show, the largest pet fashion and animal rescue benefit in the country, kicks off New York Fashion Week and the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show. Not only is this a fun runway event for dogs, but it’s also a fundraiser for the Mayor's Alliance for NYC's Animals with a portion of the event's proceeds donated to the organization.
What is Crate Training
Crate training is the process of teaching your puppy or adult dog that the crate is his own little cozy den. This is his safe spot where he can curl up and take a nap during the day, or if you’re traveling, his crate will feel like a home away from home! While you may think you don’t want to undertake crate training a puppy, it’s something we recommend for anyone bringing home a new puppy.