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Who doesn’t love playing with their pet?
Romping around with your furry friend sure is fun and it can be very beneficial to you and your pet. Many pets who don’t get enough playtime take out their extra energy in a variety of other ways;
or other undesirable behaviors.
Regular playtime keeps pets from becoming bored and gives them something to look forward to each day, reducing the chances of bad behavior. If you have a pet that is acting out, don’t assume they’re just being difficult, some playtime may greatly improve their behavior.
regular playtime offers physical benefits:
Helps burn excess calories to prevent weight gain
helps keep joints limber
Helps maintaining muscle strength
Playing with your pet regularly helps keep the mind sharp. Fun games like hide-and-seek, fetch, tug-of-war, puzzle-treat activities, obstacle course navigation, and more will keep your pet’s mind engaged and their reflexes quick.
Scotties having fun!
Do Scotties like to have fun? Of course they do they have very unique personalities and can be very playful, but on their own terms. They are high-spirited and independent. I guess feisty would be the correct term. They make their own fun, and I enjoy watching them do so. There is never a dull moment with a Scottie in the house!
Important to keep dogs ears clean
Dog ears: Deep, dark, moist and twisty. They're perfect breeding grounds for various nasties. Many breeds grow hair in their ears, trapping debris and promoting health issues. Regular cleaning keeps your pup's ears healthy and problem-free.
Numerous things can work their way deep into your dogs ears all of which can cause problems, including bacteria, ear mites, and tiny seeds and grass bits, Your dog won't be shy about letting on that his ears are bothering him. You'll notice him whimpering, scratching and shaking his head in an attempt to alleviate the discomfort.
Use cotton balls and commercial ear cleaner once a week to wipe any dirt or excess wax out of your pup's ear. Don't use cotton swabs, as they can push wax and foreign debris further into his ear, not to mention that one wrong move by either of you can injure his eardrum. Pluck excess ear hair to promote proper evaporation. Keep water from dripping into his ear by using cotton balls during bath time.
Your vet should examine your pup if you notice anything odd about his ears, such as discharge, odors or unusual redness or swelling. These indicate an infection, which needs medication to clear up.
Best Treats for your pets?
We all have a favorites for our pets, but I have found the best treats are the more natural ones. Anything that contains fillers and additives and colorings, is not a good idea for any pet, especially if you have a pet with skin issues or sensitive stomachs. Read the labels carefully.
Also, If you’re not careful, treats can add a substantial amount of calories to your dog’s or cats otherwise normal, healthy diet. Treats and snacks should only make up 10% of a dog’s daily calories. To get an idea of how many treats that is, ask your vet.
Treats are things that bring joy; they don’t have to be food, If you want to provide your dog with a good treat, then take him for a walk or teach them a new trick,” he says. “Your dog wants your attention and time far more than he wants a snack.
Recover from grief of loss of pet.
This herbal formula contains a special botanical blend and gentle cleansers. Ear Care Formula safely dissolves waxy build-ups and effectively removes dirt and debris. Aloe vera soothes the sensitive skin of inner ears. With continued use, say ‘hello’ to healthy clean ears that smell terrific!