Home » tags

Articles, tagged with "fleas", page 2

Bookmark and Share

How to safely clean Kennels and Veterinarian Offices

30th October 2009
How to safely clean Kennels and Veterinarian Offices In the society we live in our pets become an important part of our lives...they even become a member of our family. We are very concerned about their health, their living conditions, the food they ... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Get Rid of Fleas! A Homemade Flea Killer

28th October 2009
Commercially available products for pet flea control products are not cheap. If you are spending a fortune on flea killing product for your pet, such as dog collars, pills, flea spray PET, flea shampoo, flea comb, flea bombs, flea sprays, etc. You are pro... Read >
Author: Suneedh

Dog Flea Bites: Home Remedies for Your Dogs Relief

16th October 2009
Dogs love to play and explore their surroundings, especially when there are other dog playmates around the neighborhood. But when left unattended, especially in areas where all kinds of filth can be found, some dogs suffer from what is popularly known as ... Read >
Author: K9 KlearUp

Flea Removal – Flea Extermination Step by Step Guide For Your Home

01st October 2009
It is important to understand that when you have flea infestation, you need to synchronize and coordinate the flea extermination activities with both your home and your pet, else all efforts will surely come to naught. First step when you consider fle... Read >
Author: Joey Lee

Feline Acne- What it is and How to Treat it

22nd September 2009
You may not realize this but cats can suffer from acne as well as humans, and feline acne is actually fairly common. It is caused when the hair follicles become blocked and debris accumulates, causing spots resembling blackheads to develop. These are foun... Read >
Author: Steph Cooke

Dog Parasites: Checking for Signs of Bugs!

06th July 2009
Give your dog a well-balanced diet, proper exercise, training, play-time, a whole lot of love and attention, and you'll have a dog that will live a long and healthy life! One that is free of diseases and dog parasites. In addition, you can prevent him... Read >
Author: JonJG

Dog Skin Rashes: How to Treat them

27th March 2009
Say you have an itch that just won't stop. What you will most likely do (after almost scratching your skin off!) is go directly to the nearest pharmacy and ask the pharmacist for the most potent cortisone or antihistamine that their store has. Then you la... Read >
Author: K9 KlearUp

Infectious Canine Hepatitis - A Look at Hepatitis in Dogs

26th November 2008
Infectious canine hepatitis is a highly contagious disease. The virus that causes this disease can cause damage to your dog's liver as well as other organs. If treatment isn't sought quickly, the disease is usually fatal. Puppies are especially susceptibl... Read >
Author: D Swain

Using Home Remedies for Sick Dogs

14th October 2008
While nothing can replace the treatment that you get from a vet when you dog is not feeling well, once you know what the problem is there are home remedies for sick dogs that you can use at home. If your dog has fleas, you will notice that the dog is ... Read >
Author: Ling Tong

Canine Hot Spots - My Dog Has What?

26th September 2008
When you think of a hot spot you might picture a hip night club with pulsating music, but for dogs hot spots are far from fun. In canines, the condition known as a "hot spot" is basically a patch of infected skin that itches like all get out. This is a v... Read >
Author: Ron Ayalon

Brief history of Pest control

20th July 2008
The problem with pests became more apparent around the same time as agriculture took off. Roughly 8000BC saw the effects of what pests could deliver to crops. Pests of which mainly insects destroyed crops where no preventative measures were taken. Crop ro... Read >
Author: barry.walker

Havanese Puppy Cut: Not as Difficult as Believed

19th February 2008
There is much to understand in terms of caring for your Havanese puppy, including everything from their history to their grooming. The Havanese was not bred in the United States until about the 1970's and it wasn't until 1991 that the UKC recognized them.... Read >
Author: Fiona Kelly

Worms and your puppy

10th June 2007
Anyone who's ever owned a puppy knows how common, and annoying, worms can be.Most worms set up home inside your puppy's digestive system, but some worms invade other, more critical organs such as the heart. Having worms can cause all kinds of problems for... Read >
Author: Sue
Bookmark and Share
1 2