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Eliminating pet odors is a struggle that we have all faced. From urine odors to the stench of wet dog, it seems like pets are always leaving behind some kind of stench. Aerosol sprays only seem to mask the odors, but the David Oreck Pet Odor Eliminating Candle actually...
I love bringing my dogs with me for rides in the car, but I hate it what it does to my upholstery. That's why every vehicle we have has car seat covers to protect the front and rear seats. Using products like the Happy Ride Car Seat Cover saves me a lot of time and money, and I don't have to clean my car after every adventure.
Soft sided crates are well-suited for most dogs that are well-trained. However, if your pup is not crate trained yet, or likes to chew and scratch on things, a soft dog crate is not a good choice. Another problem with soft crates is when a dog hasn't been potty trained, or if they have incontinence issues. Soft crates are harder to clean because the fabric will absorb urine.
Small breeds, senior pets, and dogs recovering from an injury need the help of a ramp to reach vehicles, beds and other furniture. Most pet owners don't think about the need for a pet ramp until their dog actually needs one. But, did you know that products like the PetSafe CozyUp Sofa Ramp are actually beneficial for dogs of every breed and age?
Have you ever fed your dog a bully stick? If so, you understand the worry that sets in when your dog is down to the last inch or two of the chew. You may take this small piece away from your Fido and throw it in the trash or you may just supervise your pup closely and hope he doesn't choke. The GoSports Chew Champ bully stick holder for dogs was designed to prevent this problem.
Frozen dog treats are a great way to help your pup beat the heat this time of year. I actually keep some in my freezer year round for an after exercise snack or just to feed as an alternative to traditional biscuit dog treats. These Cooper's Treats Pupsicle snacks can be prepared in just a few minutes, and they're sure to tempt your canine companion.