Products we could feel good about using
When the opportunity came to review some of the happytails Spa product line, we jumped at the chance. We love the fact that these eco-friendly, all-natural, cruelty-free products were ones we could feel good about using on Irie and Tiki.
We spoke with happytails specifically about Irie’s itching and they recommended four products from their line:
Our dogs need extra protection and there are products that can help with that! Flea the Scene by Happytails, an EcoWellDog brand, is one of the best products I have had the pleasure of trying out on the girls. Instead of the horrible smell that usually accompanies all-natural sprays aimed at knocking the socks off of those pesky critters, Flea the Scene has a pleasant aroma!.
Next we tried the Outdoor Shampoo with Citronella from their Dirty and Hairy line of products on our dog Sammie.
read the entire review on Mommyandmegiveaways.com
Prevent the build-up of plaque
As with humans, one of the best ways to prevent the build-up of plaque on a dog’s teeth is with regular tooth brushing. Do not use toothpaste for humans on dogs since human toothpaste foams and requires rinsing unlike dog toothpaste which is specially formulated for dogs and does not require rinsing. The Kissable Pet Toothbrush and Toothpaste Combo from the Cain & Able Collection includes both a toothbrush with three heads that makes it easier to clean all surfaces of your dog’s teeth and a tube of Kissable All Natural Pet Toothpaste made with an all-natural tartar control formula containing vanilla and tea tree oil. Daily brushing is ideal, but it may take time for your dog to become accustomed to the process and even a few times a week is helpful.
Lilly and the miracle drops
With her best friend gone, Lilly went into a serious depression.
It has been months now and Lilly has slowly gotten better, but she has serious separation anxiety. She cries and cries for at least 20 minutes after my daughter leaves. She refuses to leave her blankets or my daughters room. If I remove her myself and keep her in my lap, to try and soothe her, she still cries and shakes and gets more nervous trying to get back to my daughter's room. It is VERY sad.