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Tips for Stress-Free Nail Trims PDF Print E-mail
Written by Tammy Souch   
Tuesday, 10 January 2012 22:24

We do it to ourselves often enough without any nervousness or fear – but the idea of trimming our pets’ nails immediately sends a lot of us into a mental panic. What if I cut the quick and they bleed out? Will Fluffy let me hold her still long enough? Can I escape without getting my eyes scratched out?

We’ve been there, and we want to encourage you to let go of your fears and read on for our PetsWeekly Nail Trimming Tips.

Puppy Locks for Pets PDF Print E-mail
Written by Pack Leader   
Friday, 16 December 2011 17:19

We have just found PuppyLocks from Condition Culture. This is a product that is so adorable and creative that we had to talk about it prior to the holidays. You’ll want to have enough time to order these for the holiday party!

PuppyLocks are decorative feather arrangements that attach easily to your pets fur. While they don’t work well with very shorthaired pups (like Briana) unless you use Karo syrup to glue them to your pups head (and don’t use ANYTHING other than Karo syrup!), they work amazingly well with all other types of pet hair.

Buzz Guard Natural Insect Repellent PDF Print E-mail
Written by Tammy Souch   
Tuesday, 16 August 2011 00:00

We've all had experiences where we've been let down by natural insect “repellents.” I’d buy them, with my hopes high, just to have them dashed as mosquito after mosquito gnawed through the thin layer of protection and devoured the flesh of me and my pets anyway. Finding something that actually works and won’t cause any harm to my pets is a big deal – and I’m sure a lot of our PetsWeekly readers have had similar experiences. External parasites can often lead to internal parasites - and that's why we were so very excited to discover EarthHeart's newest product line called Buzz Guard. (And if you read on, we have a free offer to help you protect your animals.)

Last Updated on Saturday, 20 August 2011 19:05
Five Stylish Ways to Tag Your Pet PDF Print E-mail
Written by Tammy Souch   
Sunday, 04 September 2011 23:52

The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) estimates that five to seven million pets enter animal shelters each year, with over half of that number being euthanized. That’s a sad and staggering number, especially when you think about how many of those deaths might have been prevented if those animals had been microchipped and tagged.

Having your pet microchipped as soon as possible is a great way to insure that they don’t end up a statistic (make sure you update your contact information with the microchip company if you move or change phone numbers), but you should also have a visible tag attached to your pet’s collar – not everyone who comes across a lost animal will think to take them to a veterinarian to have them scanned for a microchip.

Tagg Your Pets with New GPS Pet Tracker PDF Print E-mail
Written by Stacy Mantle   
Monday, 15 August 2011 18:50

When PetsWeekly was asked to take a first look at a new GPS pet tracker that Qualcomm was developing, our ears perked up – a new GPS pet tracker? Could it really be possible someone finally created a product that has all the features we want to see in a tracking device? They didn’t have to ask us twice – we were more than a little anxious to take a close look at this device.

We weren’t disappointed. Like everything else they create, this pet tracking device sets the standard for pet location services, and offers a wide array of additional services to boot.

Tagg—The Pet Tracker™, is an advanced pet tracking system equipped with GPS and wireless capabilities that enables pets to stay in touch with their parents. Let’s start at the beginning…

Last Updated on Tuesday, 08 April 2014 19:52
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