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When clicking on our links be sure to look for our '100% Seller Feedback' listings, these are identified by our '100% Seller Feedback' logo next to the product photo and denotes the seller's percentage value of a user's positive feedback (their positive feedbackScore divided by their total positive plus negative feedback) . We mostly list items that usually have FREE UK Postage options and seller feedback rating of 50 or above.

Top 10 Dogs And Cats Shop Items September 2020...

Our Top Searched For Antiques And Vintage In September 2020

The top 10 trending items on Cats and Dogs Shop for September 2020 were as follows:

  1. Cat Bowls
  2. Plastic Dog Beds
  3. Orthopedic Dog Bed
  4. Wicker Dog Bed
  5. Dog Worming Tablets
  6. Dog Igloo Bed
  7. Cat Activity Centre
  8. 25kg Peanuts
  9. Leather Dog Bed
  10. Cat Litter Trays

Just click on any one of the above list to take you to the items. Some may no longer be listed but will reappear as new items are added.

Posted By: Admin Date: 05/10/2020

Flea Control For Dogs and Cats

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Fleas, one of the most common external parasites of pets in the United Kingdom, are small wingless insects that use their specialized mouth to pierce the skin, inject a small amount of saliva to prevent the blood from coagulating, and then siphon blood from their host. Some animals become sensitized to this flea saliva causing severe itching and scratching from a single bite. Flea allergy dermatitis is a common ailment among dogs.

Current flea control products are primarily either oral (by mouth) or topical (applied directly to a part of the body) systemic treatments. Most of the products may be used for prevention as well as to treat existing flea problems.

Consult with your vet to determine which flea and tick control products are best for you. The choice of flea control will depend on your climate, environment, your pet's activities, and potential for exposure. However, with consistent use, it is almost always possible to control your flea problem. Using these products throughout the year typically will eliminate the need for regular insecticidal use.
(Modified Pet Article - Based On Source: Courtesy of http://pet-articles.blogspot.com)

How Can I Tell if My Dog Has Worms?

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Dogs usually aren't too worried about consequences. They love to eat things they shouldn't, roll around in things they shouldn't, and in general, act like a dog. Unfortunately, many of these things can bring on unwanted visitors like worms into your dog's world. Fortunately, if you detect worms and treat for them early it helps to prevent them from getting worse.

Symptoms for dogs that may have worms:

  • Coat no longer shiny
  • Not hungry
  • Can't get enough to drink
  • You see worms or eggs in your dog's poop - (This is, arguably, the most common way to confirm worms). Remember though, not all kinds of worms are visible to the naked eye.
  • Visible worms in the area around dog's rear - Tapeworms can appear as small moving segments, and later dry out to look like grains of rice.
  • Rubbing the rear on the ground or against furniture - if your dog has an itch in its rear, it could be from worms (However, this could also be issues not related to worms).
  • Vomiting, possibly even with visible worms.
  • Bloated stomach or belly - (This can sometimes occur in puppies who receive worms from their mother).
  • Weakness, constant hunger, weight loss - Worms can steal the nutrition your dog should be getting from it's food. This can cause your dog to be weak or constantly hungry, and in some cases, may be losing weight.
  • Diarrhea, especially if it contains blood.
Symptoms for dogs that have worms can usually be treated and should be addressed right away for best results. consult your vet for diagnosis and advice.

To prevent worm symptoms for dogs:
  • Get puppies tested early. As soon as three weeks after birth. They may already be infested and will need to be treated right away.
  • Get your dog examined yearly and have a poop specimen checked. Several products exists that protect against roundworms and heartworms.
  • Keep fleas away.
  • Where possible, keep your dog away from wildlife. Dog parks that are not well maintained are a common source of parasites.
  • Prevent your dog from eating poop. Yes, this should be obvious, but it is a common way for a dog to obtain intestinal parasites.
If symptoms in your dog may indicate worms, consult your vet for diagnosis and advice on treatment.

(Modified Pet Article - Based On Source: Courtesy of http://pet-articles.blogspot.com)

Grooming Tips For Dogs And Cats

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Generally, it is reasonable to suggest that we treat our dogs and cats as part of the family and we are obliged to give them proper care, attention and to keep them groomed and looking good as well as keeping them healthy.

Have your dog or cat looking and feeling good...

Dogs and cats tend to be quite adventurous and explore different parts of the house and garden. Because of this, they can sometimes acquire a less than favourable odour, their fur sometimes stains and skin can become itchy. Proper hygiene practices such as bathing your pet can help keep some of these problems at bay. Below are a few tips to help you bathe your dog or cat.

  • Make the bathroom warm so that it will be more comfortable for you and your pet.
  • Prepare a shallow bath at a soothing temperature (warm but not hot) ideal for them and gather all the bathtime items that you will need such as shampoo, a bucket and a towel, before attempting to bathe your pet. Some owners use a rubber bath mat in the bottom of the bath to help prevent their pet slipping and to assist control.
  • After you have gathered your pet's bath supplies, bring your pet to the bathroom. Pet them and make them comfortable.
  • Use a bucket to gently splash water on their body.
  • Once you have gently splashed their body with water, apply a suitable pet shampoo (do not use household soap or shampoos intended for human use as they may cause skin irritation) making sure not to get shampoo near their eyes. There are many medicated pet flea and tick shampoos on the market and, in addition, some nicely scented pet shampoos too. Always read the shampoo labels before applying to your pet and if you are unsure of a shampoo suitability then contact your vet for advice.
  • Massage the shampoo into their fur carefully.
  • Rinse the fur with clean water at a soothing temperature until all shampoo lather has gone and the run off water is clear.
  • Dry your pet using a towel first. Wipe their paws gently. Pay extra attention to drying their ears as moisture can cause a wax and bacteria build up leading to ear infections.
  • When the fur is reasonably dry to the touch, brush your pet gently to remove any potential tangling

Please always consult your vet for advice if you are unsure about care of your pet.

If bathing your pet is a struggle or too much for you to handle then don't forget that there are many pet grooming parlours who would be happy to do it for you. Do not put you or your pet at risk of injury.

(Modified Pet Article - Based On Source: Courtesy of http://pet-articles.blogspot.com)