Pooch Perspective

A Clean Face is a Healthy Face

A Clean Face is a Healthy Face

Just like humans, our dog’s face needs to be cleansed every now and then. Especially if he has longer fur, the areas surrounding his eyes and mouth will require some extra TLC. Keeping his face tidy and clean is very important to his overall general health because the sign of a clean face is also a healthy face. It is necessary to know how to get your beautiful pup’s face clean to prevent any bacteria to grow that may cause irritation or infection.   Apart from the usual dirt that your pup picks up each day running around in the...

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Having Pet Grooming Products On-Hand Is a Must

Having Pet Grooming Products On-Hand Is a Must

It’s About Time We Rethink Bath Time Having Pet Grooming Products On-Hand Is a Must   Sure, dropping your pet off at the groomers is one less chore on the to-do list, but what happens when your pup decides it’s a good idea to roll around in the mud-puddles post rain? The groomers are closed for the day and you don’t have time to stop by tomorrow. Having a stash of pet-grooming products in the house is a must. You can’t always count on the groomer— stash your favorite pet products in your bathroom to ensure you always have some...

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Derma Dog Don’ts: Dangerous Topical Ingredients for Dogs

Derma Dog Don’ts: Dangerous Topical Ingredients for Dogs

The constant battle between what to avoid and what your skin needs, all while trying to make sense of confusing chemical names. Through all of the skincare regimes and crazes facing us, there is little-to-no stress placed on the skincare for our furry friends. While we stress clean ingredients for ourselves, we settle for the bargain dog shampoo at the grocery store— without thinking twice about it.
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Ingredients to Avoid When Washing Your Dog

Ingredients to Avoid When Washing Your Dog

We all know how important it is to not only make sure your dog looks and smells their absolute best, but that the ingredients they are being washed with are safe. Commercial shampoos that are designed for humans are too harsh on a dog's coat and skin. These contain chemicals and the fragrances that quickly absorb into your pet’s body and inhibit their natural ability to maintain a healthy, shiny coat. No need to fear, we are here to inform you about which ingredients in grooming products are safe to use on your dog and which ones are not.  #1:...

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