Thursday, January 28, 2010

Housecleaning 101: Tips on Maintaining a Clean Dog Loving Home

Keeping a clean house can be a challenge & struggle especially when you have pets roaming around and a long cleaning to do list. But with a little elbow grease and some daily tiding up with the Swiffer, pets and a clean house can co-exist. So, don't let housecleaning steal the joy of having the unconditional love that comes from owning a pet. Here are a few tips to help keep your house staying clean and not smelling of a barnyard.

1. Get a welcome doormat. Doormats placed at the entry way helps to remove dirt, grime and debris from your shoes & dogs paws that would otherwise dirty up your spotless floors.

2. Keep entry ways tidy & swept to decrease the amount of dirt being tracked in doors.

3. Take off your dirty shoes upon entering the home. I guess Fido you are off the hook!

4. Wipe down your dogs pads after a long day of play in the yard or at the park before they enter the home. Keeping a basket of towels in arms reach is great if you have a dog that loves to get his or her paws dirty, muddy or wet.

5. Vacuum on a weekly basis to keep home dust, dander, fur & dirt free. Use a HEPA filter system which is more energy efficient & effective.

6. Let Fido do his or her part, bathe your pup on monthly basis to minimize the amount of cleaning you have to do. Brushing your dog on a regular basis will keep tumbleweed size furballs off the floor & couch. However, it is not advise to give your dogs a bath everyday, unless your pup has decided to roll in a muddy puddle or something dead & stinky. Frequent bathing, although good intentions, can dry out dogs natural oils in their coat. Dogs naturally love to get dirty so suds them up with an all natural shampoo & conditioner, harmless on your dog & the environment.

7. Keep your dogs water & food bowl clean as a whistle. Making sure to refresh your dogs water bowl several times of day w/ filtered water.

8. Keep your home squeaky green by opting for commercial eco-friendly cleaning products. If you are lucky enough to be a Mrs. Suzy homemaker or DIYer then use lemons, baking soda & vinegar to make your very own homemade cleaning products. Not only are homemade cleaners less toxic but economical. Martha Stewart would be so proud!

9. Breath in a breath of fresh of air. Make sure your home is well ventilated to reduce indoor air pollution, use air filters. Check your filters every 2-4 weeks for proper cleaning and to make sure they don't need changed. Which means less work for your heating & cooling system and more cost savings for you.

10. House-train your pet so they know where the bathroom is, outside and not on your well cleaned floors.

11. Make sure to choose a pet-friendly flooring that can stand the test of time and are easy to clean. Pets are known to make messes in the home and sadly even the most beautiful carpeting can become saturated with pet odor & stains. So for those high pet traffic areas here are some easy cleaning, green, renewable, non-toxic & eco-friendly flooring options: hardwood (keep pets toe nails trimmed), natural laminate, cork or bamboo.

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Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Lola Dishes - Homemade Easy Cheesy Pleasy Carrot Dog Biscuit Treat Recipe

As a connoisseur of treats nothing beats the mouthwatering taste of homemade dog biscuits baked with love (Thanks mom!) . So, to spread the love here is a healthy dog biscuit recipe that your pup will love, a tribute to my cheese and carrots obsession. This recipe is sure to be a crowd pleaser for all those grrrowling tummies (yours included). Your dog will enjoy chomping on this great tasting treat. With one bite who could blame him or her, drooling lips says it all !

Homemade Easy Cheesy Pleasy Carrot Dog Treats


2 Tsp. Baking Powder

2 3/4 c. Flour

2 Tbs. Bran

1/4 c. Shredded Carrots

1/4 c. Shredded Cheese

2 Tbs. Olive Oil

3 Tsp. Minced Fresh Parsley

1/2 c. Water


1. Preheat an oven to 350 degrees. Lightly grease a baking sheet.

2. In a bowl mix together the dry ingredients: flour (wheat/white), baking powder & bran

3. Next, in a separate bowl, combine all the rest of your ingredients.
Shredded Carrots (washed but with the skins on), shredded Cheese of choice ( I love cheddar), Olive Oil & fresh parsley (great for doggy bad breathe).

4. Combine both mixtures and add water slowly. Mix thoroughly for 1-2 minutes. The dough should be nicely moist but not wet!

5. Flatten the dough to no less than 1/4 inch thickness. Cut in to 1 1/2 inch by 3 inch strips. You could also use cookie cutters for a little more whimsy! Place them on the greased baking sheet.

6. Place into the pre-heated oven on the middle rack and bake for 20-30 minutes. If your dog is like me then he or she will be the official oven watcher. Biscuits should be brown and slightly crunchy! As they cool, they will harden further.

7. Although your excited dog may want a nibble fresh out of the oven make certain the treats are cooled down before serving. Since the treats do not contain any preservatives (added bonus) for freshness and longer shelf life store in a air tight container.

Enjoy but don't forget to share! Who am I kidding... you better make an extra batch :)

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Friday, January 22, 2010

Unleash Your Inner Dog Groomer - Lola's Natural eco Dog Grooming Kit & Tips

We will be the first to admit that we love our adventurous dog Lola, but not her odor & muddy paw prints on the couch. Dogs love to run through the mud, frolic in ditches, roll in dead things and root through debris. They not only are hairy but love to get dirty, which Lola would add is why she loves being a dog.

After a fun day at the dog park frolicking with friends and rolling in the mud. It's time to give Lola her bath & grooming session. We have found that it always helps to have all the proper tools in one easily accessible place. So, here is what is in Lola's DIY all natural grooming kit to make bath time a breeze while saving the environment. As well as some important grooming tips for a healthy & happy pet.

1. Shampoo/ Conditioner specifically formulated for dogs with sensitive skin

2. Bite This Flea Tonic an all natural flea repellant

3. Tweezer for removing ticks, splinters, glass etc stuck in her coat, pads or fur.

4. Scissors for keeping her hair between her pads trimmed.

5. Fuzzyard Ear Cleanser & cotton balls to help remove wax & dirt from her ears. You can also use Vitamin E oil.

6. Earthbath Hypoallergenic Grooming Wipes to freshen & deodorize her coat
7. Towel to help with the drying off process after the bath

8. Hairbrush/Wire comb

9. Cain & Able Kissable Toothpaste & toothbrush kit to help her ward off bad breath, gum disease, multiple infections, and heart disease. Brushing Lola's teeth 2-3x's a week adds 2-3 dog years and can give your pet a new leash on life.

10. Gentle eye wipes to reduce tear stains, remove dirt & prevent eye infection.

11. Doggy Toenail Clippers to prevent ingrown, split nails & breakage. How to clip, cut & trim your dogs toenails.

11. Rubber Duckie for companionship

Here are some grooming tips that will aid in the early detection of any pet health issues that may evolve into major health concerns. Like anything prevention is key! By following these simple grooming routine tips you can help keep your dog safe & healthy.

1. Check the coat & skin for irritation, inflammation, unusual odor, dryness etc.
2. Give your dog an eye exam by checking for discharge, irritation or if bloodshot. Making sure your dogs eye are clear & bright.
3. Check inside the ears for excessive wax, mites or offensive odor which can signal an infection that needs medical attention ASAP.
4. Give your dog an oral exam after every grooming session. Check to see if your dog's teeth show signs of tarter buildup, chipping, cracking, gum irritation & inflammation or foul breath.
5. Check to make sure your dog is free of flea & ticks.
4. Check for cuts, bruises, sprains & wounds that may have gone unnoticed.

As always if these health concerns persist seek vet medical attention immediately because they could be signs of something more serious.

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Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Grooming 101 : How to Comb Out Stubborn Tangled & Matted Dog Fur

Is your dog's coat in a tangled mess? Truth be told we all have a love hate relationship with our hair and pets aren't any different. We can all relate to having a bad hair day or in your dogs case a bad fur day. If you have a long haired dog then you understand from personal experience that tackling tangles can be quite a chore. Getting your uncooperative dog to hold still during the untangling process is just the beginning.

Mats and tangles are not becoming to say the least and can cause painful pinching & pulling against your pets skin. By the look of things your dog's inner and outer hound barks and begs for a good scrub and primp session. Regular grooming is a must because no dog likes his or her hair tied in knots. Here are few tips to prevent a tangled a coat and keep your dog mat free.

1. Brush away! Unleash your inner groomer by making daily brushing part of pets routine fur treatment. Brushing helps prevent tangles and clears away loose hair that would otherwise shed only to end up around the house. Daily brushing helps your dog maintain lush shiny locks & soft coat by distributing natural oils that keeps your pets coat healthy.

2. Invest in good conditioner. Use a pet conditioner to keep your pet's coat soft and smooth. With so many conditioners to choose it important to select one that suits your pet fur type. For best results read and follow the instructions.

3. Detanglers are lifesavers. Detanglers play a vital role in helping to get the knots out and lucky for you their are detanglers made specifically for pets. Making it more bearable to deal hands on with your dogs matted clumps of hair. Know your achy wrist can breathe a sigh of relief.

4. Purchase a proper wire comb. Giving your pet a good comb through helps remove excess tangles from the undercoat. Purchase a proper comb for your pet's fur and comb through the coat thoroughly at least once a week.

5. Pet Shampooing 101. If you haven't realized its harder to tame matted dog fur when it is wet. Never bathe a matted dog - once the matts are wet they are near impossible to untangle. Brush out as much as possible before bathing the dog.

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Monday, January 18, 2010

Doggy Bad Breath Blues - Lola Gives the Scoop on Some All Natural Dental Solutions for A Picture Perfect Smile

Woof woof! Lola here. Do you know where your pups mouth has been? This is probably the last thing you think about when your dog goes in for a big wet smooch to greet you after a long days work. You say to yourself "Man it feels good to be missed and appreciated".

But perhaps you should start interrogating Fido about his whereabouts & happening while you were away . Dogs are notorious for dumpster diving, licking the toilet bowl, sniffing other dog's butts and licking themselves in those hard to reach places. Let's face it, no matter how adorable we
are we dogs have dirty mouths that need extra tender loving care.

Your first thought would be to throw me or your prospective best friend a dog bone or rawhide. But let me take a few minutes to stop you dead in your tracks. Did you know raw hides can be dangerous for chewing pups like me? It is true they can do more harm then taste good. Rawhide's are usually treated with formaldehyde, a carcinogen which is something you don't want Fido chewing on. Like a tennis shoe rawhide's are not easily digestible, putting dogs at a higher risk for bloat, diarrhea and life threatening intestinal blockage

From the smell of things they even leave pup pals who eat them pretty gassy. But luckily I have sniffed around and found new ways to clean my chompers, since we only have one pair. Because just like you humans, good & consistent dental hygiene is the first step toward prevention of bad breath, gum disease, multiple infections, and heart disease. Regular teeth brushing, yearly vet checkups and dental cleaning keeps me smiling. Here are a few natural solutions to rid your dogs teeth of plaque and keep their teeth pearly white.

1. Brush your dogs teeth- My parents for one brush my teeth 2 times a week. At first it was weird, but i got used to it, and I love the natural vanilla flavor. D
id you know brushing your teeth can add 2-3 years to your doggies life just from brushing 2-3 times a weeks. You can buy your dog special toothpaste and toothbrush kit.

2. Chew on this!!-Instead of rewarding Fido a with a rawhide give him a eco-friendly and 100% safe toy to chew on. Like hemp rope toys which are not only fun to chew on but help remove plaque naturally and keep my teeth clean. Another great product is Zukes Dental Bone Chews which are all-natural, easy to digest, naturally cleans teeth & freshens breath, helps scrape and polish. These bone shaped dental chews are perfect for allergy prone pups because they are free of wheat, corn & soy.

3. Yum!! Crunchy Organic Treats- Organic all natural treats not only are pleasing to your dogs growling belly and help with the cleaning process by scraping and polishing.

4. Cheers for the Odor Free Bully Sticks! Odor Free Bully Sticks are the perfect long lasting dental care treat to keep my teeth healthy . As an avid chewer I love bully sticks because they are delicious great long lasting chews. My parents love them because they are a healthier & safer alternative to rawhide. They are all-natural, help clean, teeth, easily digestible, odorless & free range. Not to mention my mom loves them because they are odor free. As well as keep an active dog chewer such as myself entertained for hours . Giving me a constructive chewing outlet instead of my mom's shoe closest & furniture.

The key to a beautiful smile & fresh breath is proper dental hygiene. Ward off bad breath, gum disease, infection & heart disease with regular teeth brushing & dental chews. These tips will give Fido the confidence to flash those pearly whites for the camera.

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Thursday, January 14, 2010

Do you have a Stubborn dog? How to Train Your Dog to Come on Command

As pet owner & pack leader it is our responsibility to train our dogs to be good canine citizens. Trust us, no pet owner likes to engage in a wild goose chase after a stubborn squirrel chasing dog who refuses to listen and come on command. Proper obedience training ensures your dog will come when called, stay on command, and be polite to passerbyers .

Obedient dogs make for both a happier owner and safer pup, just ask our resident dog lola. One of the first and most important commands you will ever teach your dog is to "come" (aka recall command). Here are a few simple steps to help you & your dog master the call command.

1. Practice initial training inside the home , start with you and your pup inside one room.

2. With dog treats in hand and while facing your dog step back a few steps.

3. Proceed by calling the dog by name, followed by the simple command "Come." ("Lola, come."). Never walk or run toward your dog when you are trying to get them to come to you. If you do your dog instinctual response is to run away in the opposite direction, mistaking this as a game of chase.

4. Once your dog is obedient and approaches you praise and reward him or her with their favorite treat or toy.

5. Repetition & patience is key! After a few practice rounds, but only when you are sure your dog understands what is expected of him you can call him from another room.

6. Gradually increase your recall command distance by moving your dog into a fenced in backyard. If you do not have a fenced in backyard make sure your dog is on a leash.

7. "That a boy!" goes a long way. Praise and encourage your dog as he comes to you.

8. Positive reinforcement for a job well done is the key to your pups success. Remember to say "good" right when the dog exhibits the behavior you want.

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Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Ways to Help Your Dog Cope with Separation Anxiety

There is much truth to the phrase absence does make the heart grow fonder, or in a dogs case his belly. We are all familiar with those sad puppy eyes and the whines that tug at your heart saying “Please don’t leave” which can be a challenge. It's no fun to leave for work in the morning and hear your dog barking and howling in misery as you drive away. Remember that dogs are relational and love to be with their loved ones all the time. But with work and errands this is not possible. Hmmm...if only you could get paid to stay at home with your dog.

It's even less fun to come home and find that your dog has gone on a chewing & destroying spree. To your surprise with his insatiable appetite he has managed to tear up papers, eat your home work and gnaw your coffee table. Instead of sending you a Hallmark card to say "I missed you" your dog has opted to use his design eye to redecorate your home by digging a hole in your couch and de-stuffing pillows. With missing you and having extra time on his paws, your dog can get in a lot of mischief only to leave your home looking like a frat house.

Besides, indulging in the occasional comfort snack or box of pop tarts your dog can exhibit other coping behaviors. Your dog may bark, cry, dig, chew, scratch at doors, howl or leave the occasional surprise soil on your beautiful hardwood floor.
But don't be discouraged there are a few things you can do to help your dog's separation anxiety:

1. Keep arrivals and departures low-key- This is the hardest thing for any loving parent to do but does work. When you arrive home, ignore your dog for the first few minutes, then calmly pet him. This may be hard for you to do, but it's important to train your dog to remain calm and collective.

2. Distract your dog from whining, pacing, and reeking havoc on your home by giving them a new outlet.Give your dog a fun eco-toy to occupy his time. Toys with treat spots are perfect because times flies when you are having fun.

Leave your dog with an article of clothing that smells like you—such as an old t-shirt that you've slept in recently, but one that you don't mind being possibly chewed or torn.

4. Turn on the tv or radio to a soothing station truly helps any dog to relax. When you leave, put the radio on to a soothing station: classical music is ideal, but any station featuring lots of talk shows is also ideal. Keep the volume quite low, and it’ll calm him down a bit and give him the feeling that he's got company.
Lola the eco dog loves catching up on the Food Network or Animal Planet.

5. Exercise your dog- If you are going to gone for a long time tiring your dog out will help him sleep while you are away. A good vigorous 15-20 minute walk can really help so enlist the help of a dog walker for mid-day strolls.

6. Get him accustom to you leaving- Try this out!! Taking things nice and slowly, practice getting ready to go: jingle your keys about, put on your coat, and open the door. Then – without leaving! – sit back down and don’t go anywhere. Do this until he's not reacting any more. When there’s no reaction, give him a treat and lavish praise for being so brave. Next, practice actually walking out the door (and returning immediately), again doing this until there’s no reaction. Gradually work up – gradually being the operative word here! – until you’re able to leave the house with no signs of stress from him.

**Important - Never reward you dogs crying and whining by saying "Its okay, good boy !" this only makes things worse. Although this may sounds mean patting and cooing your dog only makes the situation worse and reinforces the behavior.

But if all else fails you can also try Spot Organics Chill Essential Oil which helps calm and relax any restless dog. Great for separation anxiety, during trips to the vet, training sessions, during storms, family gatherings or parties, or any situation where calming might be needed. Take it from a pet owner whose dog has had her share of whines and tantrums, this product works wonders!!

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Friday, January 8, 2010

How To Deal With A Leash Pulling Walking Dog

One of the most common questions asked is "How to get my dog to stop pulling on the leash when I walk?" If you haven't yet realized walking a dog can be quite a power struggle literally. Especially when the four legged canine at the end of the leash is a Great Dane. If you are like many pet owners then you have probably found yourself being pulled in all directions only to leave you wondering who's walking who.

Dogs are always excited for their daily exploration and sniffing walk . Even the most perfect pup has been know to pull the reigns and their handler just to fulfill that quenching squirrel chasing desire. But squirrel chasing days can be cut short when your dog is corrected in love. If your dog is not retrained and corrected in love he will continue to pull and take the lead, which does not boast well for that sore arm of yours. But don't get discouraged you can teach an old dog (big or small) new tricks. Here are a few tricks to help reign in your overzealous walking buddy and make your daily stroll a pleasant one.

Well, it time for you to take back your role as pack leader, the Dog Whisperer would be so proud. No longer does walking have to be a drag, pun intended. One trick taught in obedience training to curb pulling is being a tree that cannot be moved, its all about standing firm. As your dog runs out the leash put your foot down and refuse to walk forward if he continues to pull. This will train him that pulling gets no where fast. Moving forward only when the leash is slack and your dog is not walking you. Using words like "heel" and "stop" will make him aware of his behavior, choose a command and stick to it.

Another tip is constantly walking in different directions. If your dog starts to get ahead of you, turn and walk the other way quickly. Dogs learn best when praised and rewarded so give him a training treat or "Good boy" when you get slack in the leash again.
Speaking in a soothing manner when praising him, patting him or slipping him a treat will let him know he should continue this behavior.

Sometimes the best thing to do with a pulling dog is to start over from scratch. No we are not talking about getting rid of the dog, although that can sometimes be tempting thought when your pup has chewed through your shoe closest. The truth still remains "you can't live with them sometimes, but you can't live without them". But just keep in mind walking your dog should be enjoyable for the both of you. If this continues consider enrolling in some obedience classes which will help retrain your dog to follow the leader.

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Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Child Pet Safety Tips

One can't deny the emotional bond between a dog and their owner. Pets are such a wonderful & fun addition to any family, but with this comes much responsibility. Kids love pets and aren't afraid to show it so as the responsible parent & pet owner it is up to you to take extra safety precautions. Here are some pet safety tips to make the bonding experience a safe and healthy one for youngsters.

1. Before deciding on the breed of dog make sure it is a perfect family fit by doing your research first. If you have smaller kids choose a kid friendly breed. It is important that your dog has proper training & socialization so enroll your pet in obedience classes.

2. Make sure to take in consideration other family members pet allergies from salvia, coat & dander. You may have to select a dog or cat that is less allergenic.

3. Prior to taking out the welcome mat and bringing your new pet home make sure he or she has a proper vet checkup. If there is another pet already in the house make sure their vaccinations are up to date and have had their routine checkups. Its important to keep your pet healthy because certain diseases & infections can be transmitted to humans.

4. Always supervise play interaction between kids and your pet. Set down rules & boundaries so that your child knows how to properly handle your pet. Some pets can't tolerate excessive hugging & petting and can become aggressive. Never promote rough housing with your pet because a child could easily be injured.

5. Pets love to eat in peace so make sure children know not to grab or crowd your pet during dinner time. Even the kindest pet can become aggressive, territorial & possessive and nip at the hand that feeds eat when they feel their dish is being threatened.

6. Proper hygiene is important if you are caring for a pet. Make sure you inform kids to wash their hands after playing with the pet. Also, kids are curious so make sure you pick up after your pet & teach kids not to touch pet's waste.

7. Train your kid on the proper way to greet & meet a fellow furry citizen & a new pet. It is important you teach your kid to not approach or pat an animal without you or the owners permission.

8. First Aid 1o1. If your child is bitten by a pet make sure to treat the wound quickly. In the instance that your child is bitten by a neighborhood or stray dog with no proof of vaccinations seek medical attention immediately.

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Monday, January 4, 2010

How To Introduce Dog to a New Baby

With the New Year comes the arrival of new babies. Are you one of the lucky few celebrating the birth of a new baby or girl? Perhaps you just found out the good news that you are expecting.

If you are playing the role of expectant mom or dad and pet owner, then its important to prepare your entire household, including your dog for baby's arrival. Here are some safety tips to ease your mind and make the baby's homecoming easy for everyone, including Fido.

1. Obedience Training 101. Consider a enrolling your dog in obedience classes prior to the baby's arrival. It is important that your dog understand basic commands like sit, down, come & stay. Also, if your dog has a bad habits of jumping up this should also be dealt with.

2. Clean bill of health. It important that you bring your new born child into a clean & healthy environment. Make sure your dog gets his preventive annual vet checkup before the baby arrives home from the hospital. Routine vet checkups will ensure your dog is free of parasites & other health problems that may pose a risk to you, Fido & your child's.

3. Let your dog explore your baby's toy box & nursery. Under your supervision let your dog get use to the sights, smells and sounds of a baby in advance. Allow your dog to sniff baby blankets and hear the sounds of rattles and other baby toys.

4. Let your dog sniff your baby's binky. Before bringing your baby home from the hospital, send home a blanket or gown that the baby has been wrapped in. This will get your dog used to the baby's scent.

5. Welcome home mom! Let dad carry the baby inside at your homecoming, so your hands are free to happily greet your overexcited dog. To avoid a jealous pup make sure you give your dog some attention upon arrival.

8. PRAISE, PRAISE, PRAISE! It important that your dog associates positive praise & encouragement with being around the baby. Your dog will be on his or her best behavior when he realizes that praises & treats comes with being around baby.

9. Cry Baby! Train your dog not to bark every time the baby cries. Reassure your dog that crying is a normal part of being a baby. Use positive reinforcement in the form of encouraging words, treats, or hug as a reward for good behavior.

10. Make time for bonding. Although life may get busy & overwhelming with a new baby in the home it is still important to spend time with Fido. A quick game of fetch or cuddle time with your dog while the baby is napping will help to keep the peace in the home & keep a jealous pup at bay. You can also take your dog for a daily walk with baby in sling or stroller.

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