Learn how to choose a safe shampoo

by June 27, 2016

Regular grooming can be an important part of keeping your dog healthy.
⇒ Regular brushing will help spread the natural oils throughout your dog’s coat.
⇒ Regular bathing will remove dead skin cells, excess sebum and will help control
dust mites and allergens.

Bathing your dog once a month is a great idea!

Choosing a chemical-free shampoo is essential. Reading the label is important because many products state they contain natural or organic ingredients but still contain toxic chemicals.

How often should you bath your dog?

by March 6, 2016
Most advice you find on the internet recommends washing your dog just several times per year!

Times have changed! Today, dogs enjoy Natural shampoos and conditioners that don’t have harsh chemicals and that don’t strip the hair of all of its oils.

The arguments against washing your dog too often are generally about stripping the coat of natural oils. The more often you wash something, the more often the sebum (oil) is going to be removed. Think about your own hair. If you don’t wash it, what happens? It gets oily. Is the oil good for your hair? Probably, but we wash our hair everyday anyway so that it’s clean!

How to bath your cat

by January 22, 2016

In each cat’s life the big moment comes when bathing takes places.
So for example, when the owner takes the cat to an exhibition, or when you want to speed up the eradication of parasites. Although most cats prefer to stay away from the bathtubs the rest of their life. Here’s how to bath a cat, if you must!  

How to bath your dog

by January 19, 2016

In cold weather, never bath the dog outdoors. This is particularly true
for puppies that are not yet able to regulate their body temperature unlike the adult animals. Puppies must be at least four weeks, when the first bath takes place.
Groom your dog before bathing to prevent knots and tangling of hair. 

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