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Ear Mites In Dogs And Cats: Top 5 Sure Fire Remedies That Work

07th March 2012
If your dog or cat is scratching their ears, you are probably wondering if they have ear mites. In this article I will explain what ear mites are, and how you can diagnose infection in your dog or cat. You will learn about the mite life cycle, how the mit... Read >
Author: Dr Andrew Jones, DVM

How to Use Natural Home Remedies for Cats with Ear Mites

22nd February 2012
Most cats get ear mites at one time or another. Cats with ear mites are miserable with symptoms of head shaking, itching and scratching the ears. Hundreds of these tiny bugs are invading your cat’s ear canal living off the wax. A mite’s life cycle is thre... Read >
Author: Kathy

Introduction To Dog Hygiene

17th April 2009
Giving your dog a bath is important, but not as critical as most people seem to believe. If your dog is healthy, he really doesn't need to be bathed more that once every few months, but most of us put them in the tub or under the hose more often to get ri... Read >
Author: Judd Snell

The 3 Most Common Cat Ear Problems & Treatments

01st July 2007
Cat ear problems are often one of the most common conditions why a cat owner brings the cat to the vet. Some of the signs that your cat may be having ear problems are: 1) Shaking its head and ears often and sometimes very vigorously. 2) Scratchin... Read >
Author: Rona Limsy

Why our dogs scratch themselves?

25th May 2006
Itching and scratching in dogs is a nothing short of a nightmare for pet owners. It can keep the owners up all night, driving them crazy. If it can be so painful for the pet owners, then just think how the dog must be suffering. All the dog does the entir... Read >
Author: Babu Banik

Shih Tzu Grooming – Techniques Of Ear Cleaning And Nail Trimming

30th November 2005
Ear Cleaning:Cleaning the ears of your Shih Tzu is a simple chore. With the Shih Tzu being a long-haired breed, problems can arise if ears nor cleaned regularly. The hair in the ears of a Shih Tzu will grow long, knot up, mat and eventually interfere with... Read >
Author: Connie Limon
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