Trimming dogs’ and cats’ coats can help us deal with many issues, but shaving them removes the insulation they need to stay cool in summer and warm in winter.
It might sound strange to us because we wouldn’t want to wear coats on a hot summer day. But our companions’ coats are more like insulation . . . → Read More: Fur Coats Keep Em Cool (Shaving Pets INCREASES Risk Of Overheating)
I was recently telling yet another person about the best dog/cat grooming brush EVER: The FURminator. To see videos of the FURminator in action, check out the company’s YouTube channel.
Since I’ve been using it at home, I have seen a reduction in hairballs, hair mattings, and shedding. It’s one of the supplies that’s always . . . → Read More: The FURminator: Judgement Day For Matted Fur & Hairballs
A couple of people have asked me if I know any tips for helping dogs and cats whose fur gets clumpy mats in it. Oh boy, do I ever.
When Andy first moved in, he used to get awful, tangled mats of fur. I’m sure they were painful because when petting him, if my hands . . . → Read More: Mat On The Cat