For Compassionate Lovers of dogs

For Compassionate Lovers of dogs


Helping you take care of your furry friends!

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Helping you take care of your furry friends!

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Washing your dog Care

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We love caring and connecting with dogs and creating everlasting relationships. We really care for your fur baby as if they were our own, and ensure that they receive the highest quality natural care products ,so if you wash your dog yourself, or take them to a pet groomer we can show you the kindest soaps etc on the market

Natural products you can trust

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When you live a busy life, it is hard to consistently provide the attention and care that your dog or dogs can demand. With years of satisfied owners and loved pets, you can rely on us to care for your pets. Take your own shampoo to your pet groomer.

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The ultimate organic healing balm! Skin Soother is a natural antibiotic topical treatment for cuts, rashes, abrasions, burns, surgical wounds and dry, itchy and irritated skin. Skin Soother is packed with healing herbs that are anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, and anti-inflammatory, and prevents and heals infections to speed recovery and reduce scaring. Skin Soother creates a nourishing barrier to block contamination while deeply healing and soothing affected areas. A pup-aid-kit essential!

Treats and Heals

  • Wounds, cuts, scrapes, burns
  • Acne, rashes, skin irritations
  • Hot spots, yeast & fungal infections
  • Dry, flaky and itchy skin
  • Allergy symptoms
  • Post surgery treatment
  • Reduces scarring
  • Soothing discomfort
  • Inflamed bug bites
  • Interdigitial cysts
  • Lick granuloma
  • Preventing & treating bacterial infections:

Skin Soother can be helpful for a plethora of bacterial issues including: bacterial folliculitis, atopic dermatitis, impetigo, acral lick dermatitis or granuloma, allergic dermatitis, and some forms of alopecia.

People have Neosporin, and now dogs have Skin Soother. 100% natural, safe and effective.

Caring for your dogs ears

Your dogs ears

 

Dog Grooming:  

Caring For the Ears

Dogs ears are prone to infection as you might already have noticed if you have a dog with problem ears. If your dog keeps getting infections here is some information that might help you deal with chronic ear infections.

Dog ear infections are usually called Otitis Externa ; this means an infection in the outer ear. (Otis Internal means an infection of the inner ear). Outer ear infections account for 90% of the infections in dogs; making ear infection the most common infection for a dog to be treated for. Ear mites can often accompany ear infections.

Dogs with allergies may experience more ear infections than other dogs. It can be caused by wax build up inside the ear. It can also be caused by long hair blocking the passage of air and creating a buildup of not only wax but also dirt and debris. 

Regular ear cleaning will also get the pet used to having his ears handled which will make it easier to administer treatment. 

You can prevent these infections by cleaning your dogs ears well and as part of your regular grooming regime. Cleaning your dog's ears is simple and you only need a soft cloth and some ear cleanser. Lift the ears and massage some cleanser into the ear this should loosen the dirt. 

Regular ear cleaning is a powerful preventative measure; particularly if you have a dog who is at a high risk for ear infections. Ear infections are more common in dogs that swim often for example. Water inside the ears can be a problem for dogs who are essentially not designed for water.

You can spot an ear infection on your dog by looking for the following tell tale signs:

-smelly ears

-discharge

-excessive head shaking

-swelling

-redness in the ears

If your dog seems uncomfortable or is excessively scratching their ears it's probably causing a great deal of distress. If you pet is scratching too hard this can even break blood vessels and cause swelling and bleeding. 

You can try cleaning your dogs ears with white vinegar to remove dirt from the ear and promote the growth of good bacteria. Use the vinegar in the same way as the ear cleanser - pour it on and wipe gently inside the ear with the cloth or cotton. This might help ease the infection or even clear it up if the problem was not too severe to start.  If the infection is serious it’s time to call the vet. It can be cleared up easily. Most often the dog will need some antibiotics to help clear the problem. 

If your dog has recurring ear infections the vet might suggest that you clip the hair around the ear or the vet might clip the hair around the ear. This often helps. If the problem is more extreme than that the vet might suggest surgery to allow for easier drainage of the ear canal.

Some breeds are more prone to chronic ear infections than others any breed of dog with large ears or particularly small ears will get ear infections easier than some other breeds. Now that you know what to look for you should be able to detect ear infections before they become a serious problem

caring for your dogs ears

caring for your dogs ears

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