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English Springer Spaniels shed quite a bit throughout the year, which can lead to mats. Learn more here.
Hairballs are a nuisance to clean up and not much fun for our cats, either. Here are the top products for reducing hairballs for your cat.
Steroids, injections, and medications may not be the right treatment options for a sensitive dog. Instead, try these simple home remedies for canine allergies.
Huskies' coats keep them cool in the summer and warm in the winter. Along with this special coat comes special grooming needs. Learn more about your Husky's fur.
The rough and tumble Australian Cattle Dog may not overtly show signs that they aren't feeling well. Learn what their coat may be telling you.
Ivermectin is the medication found in the heartworm preventatives Heartgard and Heartgard Plus, Iverhart Plus and Iverhart MAX, and Tri-Heart Plus. Find out how this medication should be used.
Is a regular groomer just not enough pampering for your pet? Well, a pet salon might be your answer. These full service salons will groom, primp, and more. Find out more here.
Shih Tzus are some of the most adorable dogs out there, and their fur can be kept clipped or grown long for some great styles. Take a look at these great options for Shih Tzu haircuts.
Do you ever wish you could wash your dog somewhere besides your own tub, and leave the mess? Well you're in luck! DIY dog washing facilities will be right up your alley. Learn how to use them.
Labrador retrievers' hair gets everywhere and on everything. Learn how to remove their hair here.
The Bichon Frise is a non-shedding, small dog who has three common hairstyles: the Lamb cut, Panda cut and Show cut. Learn more about them here.
It’s natural for pets to chew and lick themselves, but when it becomes compulsive and constant, your pet can develop serious problems, such as lick granuloma. Learn how to tell if your pet's licking is getting out of hand here.
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