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Timely Pet Tips

Timely Pet Tips

Raw Skin? Think chamomile tea

Chamomile tea has a calming effect that helps skin irritations. Make a strong tea, pour it into a spray bottle, and then place it in the refrigerator. Once completely cool, spray on red and raw skin.

Bad Breath Go orange!

Carrots are a good way for dogs to help remove plaque on their teeth than can build up and cause smelly breath. Give your dog a carrot after he/she eats, and it should help.

Gum in Your Pet’s Hair?

Saturate the gum with olive oil. Then rub with your fingers to soften and comb it out. To remove olive oil,shampoo the dog as you normally would.


Reach for the vegetable shortening. Apply a dab of shortening to the affected areas and pry the burrs and stickers loose. You may want to wear gloves to avoid getting pricked.

Stop Accidents from Happening Again!
Dogs have a great sense of smell and therefore tend to have accidents in the same place. To keep your pet off this area, try cutting open a plastic garbage bag and covering the spot with plastic. Many say dogs don’t like the feel of plastic on their feet.





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2 Margaret J. Jaeger { 05.13.14 at 11:25 am }

I wonder..about rash on hairless cat, if coconut oil wont harm the pet if licked off, eaten , ingested, I’d use that. Olive oil can also be used. Find out what’s the cause of the rash first. Allergic reaction rash can be treated with plain yogurt on dogs, may also be safe for cats. Look up these stuffs before using tho.

3 John { 05.13.14 at 9:13 am }

Our cats used to chew electrical cords … anyone else have a problem with this? Anyway, cats dislike the smell and taste of citrus. Unplug the cord and run a slice of orange or lemon along the length of the cord … works great.

4 Cheryl Schefsky { 05.13.14 at 8:53 am }

Roy Spears – vinegar and water mixture either sprayed or rinsed in tub. Fleas hate vinegar. We use it to spray the carpet, let dry and vacuum. You need to spray or rinse your dog at least once a day or every other day. Our dog even licks the solution after we rinse him. We also use Canine Advantix II once a month. Good luck.

5 bcc { 05.13.14 at 8:31 am }

We have two dogs that will from time to time get into marking wars with each other. We have discovered that if they pee in the house, vinegar will stop the cycle. After you have cleaned the area, and it has dried. Put some vinegar in a spray bottle. Spray the area when you are getting ready to leave or go to bed, etc.; dogs sniff before they go and will not go there. It’s cheap and it works great.

6 roy spears { 05.13.14 at 8:18 am }

How get rid of fleas on dogs neighbor dog come over with fleas and we have sand fleas also Thank You Roy. Also try putting lemon juice WD40 which work pretty good and then bath the dog .

7 DawnMarie Vaden"Camp { 05.12.14 at 12:41 pm }

Hairless sphinx cats any advice for skin rash care also how often do you give baths and are any natural lotions or cat lotions advised?

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