Pets And Travel
There's nothing like having your furry friend along for a ride in the car. But before you hit the road, you should make sure that your dog stays safe in the back of the car.
Thinking of the words “dog” and “car” together, and the image that comes to mind is of a dog tongue lolling in the wind, as they stick their furry head out of the car window. However, there are many dangers you must be aware of in order to safely travel with your dog in the car.
The majority of dogs absolutely LOVE to travel in cars, but there are dogs that you should get used to your car and travelling in it.
To associate your car with positive feelings, provide them with a variety of fun toys and treats that they only have access to when they’re in or near your car. Relieving your dog’s stress about travelling in your car can also help with overcoming any motion sickness they may have.
Your Pets Bed
For humans there’s nothing more refreshing and rejuvenating than a good night’s sleep. This is true not just for us, but for Cats & Dogs too. Dogs can sleep anywhere between 12 to 18 hours a day, depending on their age and Cats even more!, so they need a comfy and warm bed to snooze on just like we do.
Although you might find your pup or kitty occasionally sleeping in your bed, Dogs & Cats need to have a bed or a mat of their own. Then, when you’re not there, they can relax in their own private spot.
This bed should be warm easily washed and out of a cold draft. A great bed provides your Pet a space that’s not only comfortable but also supportive, safe and soft.
Just Marking Their Territory!
People who own and look after cats understand that you need places for them to sharpen their claws, after all its their instinct. If you don't, your furniture will suffer.
Buying a Cat Scratcher and/or Sofa Protector Mat is a must for all kitty lovers out there who want to preserve their beloved furniture and allow your fur baby to maintain their claws!
Grooming Your Pet
Cats for example are "self-groomers" and they can spend hours spending cleaning and grooming their paws, face and coat. Grooming is pretty much copy-cat behaviour while they are kittens and look and learn from their mother as to how to lick themselves. They are "self-bathing" by the time they are weaned.
Grooming does way more than keeping the cat looking good. Grooming maintains healthy skin by stimulating the production of sebum, an oily secretion produced by sebaceous glands at the base of each hair.
Licking spreads sebum over the hair coat to lubricate and protect the coat and make it nice and shiny. It also removes loose hair and removes dirt and fleas. We have good quality Grooming Products available in our store, ready for you to check them out!
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