Tips To Make Your Life Easier
- *Dog Urine
*You Dog Eating Fast
- Put a ball in your dog’s food bowl if he or she eats too fast. They’ll be forced to move the ball around to get to all the food.
- For a dog who loves to tear apart stuffed animals, make a durable activity ball with a Hol-ee rubber ball, scraps of fabric, and treats. Once your dog has removed all of the fabric from the ball, you can stuff the scraps right back in!
*Your Dog Isn’t Feeling Well
Add some low-sodium chicken broth to the drinking water.
*To Remove Dog Hair From Upholstery
Dampen a rubber glove and run your gloved hand over it. To remove pet hair from furniture, drapes, or other fabric-covered items, use rubber gloves. Slightly dampen a glove on your hand and sweep the fabric with it. Hair will ball up and be easy to pick up. Wash and dry gloves between uses.
*When You Give Your Dog a Bath
Use a teapot to rinse dogs off in the bathtub without getting water and soap in their eyes.
- A shower caddy makes a great storage solution for all your woofy stuff.
- Use a plastic pitcher to store and dispense dog food.
*Make Your Own Flea Shampoo. Read how
Massage in and let it sit for five minutes. According to one testimonial, “The fleas just floated in the water and died.”
For easy tick removal, apply a glob of liquid soap to a cotton ball and swab the tick with the cotton ball for a few seconds. The tick should come out on its own and be stuck to the cotton ball when you remove it.
*An inexpensive and easy summer treat for dogs
- Cut up apples in chicken broth and freeze in an ice cube tray.
- Make an ice lick by freezing toys, bones, and chicken broth into a cake mold.
If you have an older dog with tooth troubles, add a chicken broth to his or her kibble and microwave for 20 to 30 seconds. This softens the kibble and makes the food much easier to chew.
*Read your dog’s body language Explore
*For Fresher breath
Sprinkle parsley on your dog’s food for fresher breath.
*When you go for dog food shopping
Print out this guide and bring it with you when dog food/treat shopping. Explore
*If you’ve got a teething pup who loves destroying cords, spritz bitter apple spray onto a paper towel and wipe the cord with it. This covers more surface area and wastes less product than simply spraying the entire thing.
*Run a dryer sheet over your dog’s fur when there’s a storm — chances are, they aren’t freaked out about the storm but the static electricity built up in their fur.
*On a hot summer day, fill up an inflatable pool with water and some ice.
*Dilute your dog shampoo to make it last longer and easier to apply. Fill the bottom of an empty shampoo bottle about ¼ inch. Fill up the rest slowly with warm water.
*If you have a small dog, cutting up a lamb roll into tiny pieces is a cost-effective way to make healthy, bite-sized training treats. Cut it up into the desired size, store most of it in a Ziploc bag in the freezer, and leave the rest on the counter for immediate use.