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'Green Peez herbal remedy
transformed my lawn.'
I’ve got a small garden and a medium sized dog. A few months ago, my garden was covered in brown marks caused by my dog peeing on the grass. This phenomena, known as lawn burn, is so frustrating – especially for those of us who are obsessed with their garden. If you are lucky enough to have a large garden
'Reddish brown marks under the eyes of white coated breeds of dogs are unsightly. My bichon frise Toby, has suffered from these marks for many years.
When the stains first appeared, I took Toby to the vet. My vet gave Toby a clean bill of health after a thorough examination and suggested that the tear stains were possibly genetic (in which case little could be done).'
(Jane Millar owner of Toby)
Jane's experience above is typical of many
Are you worried about the effects of chemicals on your pets?
Why not make your own safe, non toxic flea repellents?
CITRUS REPELLENT: Cut a lemon into quarters and place in a pint jug. Cover the lemon with boiling water and let it steep overnight. Next day you have a flea repellent that you can use in a spray bottle. Spray all over your dog or cat remembering especially behind the ears and around the head generally (careful of eyes),
Separation Anxiety in Dogs
What do you do when you have a dog who cannot bear to be parted from you. A dog that follows you around the house, trails you to the toilet, dials 999 when you leave the house?!
Well I am the proud owner of one of those. My German Shorthaired Pointer was a rescue and used to get exceptionally stressed when I left her alone – even for just a few minutes.
Dog Separation Anxiety Symptoms
I have several doors in my home as living evidence of my
Bells on cats – we’ve all heard of that idea. Put a little bell on your cat’s collar and sneaking up on birds or other wildlife will be impossible and your cat’s kill rate will drop to zero. But a bell on a dog’s collar? What use can that possibly serve except to annoy you and the dog?
Well a little bell, with a gentle tinkle as for a cat won’t be of value but if you have an elderly dog, prone to wandering off, hard of hearing and