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September 7, 2019 at 5:47 am in reply to: Nail Clippers vs Nail Grinders #145971 Report Abuse
If your pet fear nail clippers. I recommend trying Dremels/Nail grinders.
Don’t buy a cheap dremel. Invest in a dremel brand dremel. Not all dremels are equal and there are so many styles. You have to do some research. I have a corded dremel I got from home depot, but I also have another grinder I got off of amazon. It is more quiet than the dremel. Reviews are not so good on the elite pet dremel, but so far it has been good for me and it’s been nearly a year and it’s my go to nail grinder.
This quick resource might help: https://bestdognailclippers.comMay 18, 2019 at 9:31 pm in reply to: He’s got good and environmental allergies #138119 Report Abuse
You may need to try several different limited-ingredient diet foods. Your dog could be allergic to the potato, the rabbit, or something else in that particular brand. Try a different brand with completely different protein and carb source.
It takes a lot of time to try a diet. You need about a week to switch. Then, you need to spend 2 or 3 weeks on a diet before you know it will work. It’s kind of frustrating when you don’t get immediate feedback. You have to wait for the reaction to the old food to subside before drawing a conclusion.
One of my dogs is very allergic to chicken and somewhat sensitive to rice. When she was on commercial food, she could eat food with fish, lamb, and potato.
Now that she’s on a raw diet, she gets lamb, goat, beef, mackerel, and canned salmon without any itching issues. I accidentally gave her a ground organ blend that included some chicken and the itching came back.
https://ecopetlife.com/best-food-german-shepherds-skin-allergies/May 17, 2019 at 5:01 am in reply to: Best Dog Chew toys or bones? #137835 Report Abuse
Have you gotten a better replacement?
You can check here for ideas: https://ecopetlife.com/dog-toys-for-aggressive-chewers/