Facts About Dogs
Useful facts and information for dog lovers (and non dog lovers too).

Homemade Dog Remedies

How To Clean Dog Urine

Your dog will be drawn back to the "scene of the crime". So it is very important to clean up the spot throughly and as soon as possible.

There are several factors to ridding your house of urine stains and order. A few of these factors: the amount of urine, consider that there are porous areas in flooring that will require specific attention, the use of effective vs. ineffective products, and if your carpet is delaminated, it should be thrown out.

Read more: How To Clean Dog Urine

Homemade Dog Shampoo

Keeping your pet clean in one of the most important things you can do. Grooming your dog not only allows him/her to look their best, but it also gives you a chance to check them out. You will be able to notice when ticks, parasites, burrs, or other harmful entities begin to show on your pet’s skin and coat.

Many dogs don’t need baths often. In fact, if you bath your dog too much, it can irritate their skin making it dry and flaky and make skin problem worse.

If your pet has long hair, it doesn’t need more baths, but brushed every day. This helps keep the oil in their coat at the ends of the hair instead of by their skin.

Here is a recipe for: Homemade Dog Shampoo

Guaranteed Dog Treats

No Flea Dog Treats: Begin by preheating the oven to 400 degrees F. Grease 3 cookie sheets. Combine 2 cups All Purpose Flour, ˝ cup wheat germ, ˝ cup brewers yeast, 1 teaspoon salt. In a large mixing bowl, combine 2 garlic cloves and 3 tablespoons oil (vegetable or olive). Slowly stir flour mixture and 1 cup of stock alternately into oil and garlic. Beat well until the dough is well mixed. Shape dough in a ball. Lightly flour surface so the dough doesn’t stick. Roll out dough and using a 2” biscuit cutter, cut into round treats. Put the treats on the cookie sheets and bake for 20-25 minutes, until well browned. Turn off over but leave the treats in to dry over night. You can store the treats in the freezer or the fridge.

Makes approximately 2 dozen treats. Not for dogs with yeast allergies.

See more: Guaranteed Dog Treats