Free Dog Food Samples

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Dogs are the symbol of love and loyalty and it’s the responsibility of every owner to give proper care for their dogs by offering them good food and shelter. Good food means the food preferred by dogs and dog freebies allows finding the right food for your dog easier.

There are many dog food companies giving away free dog food samples. Free dog food samples tend to last for two or three meals, which is enough for the dog to get the taste of it. Free dog food samples are one advantageous way to analyse the taste of dogs, whether it prefers wet canned food or dry food for its diet. You can as well introduce new food brands to your dogs and check if it suits your loving pet.

Pet food samples offers substantial benefits for both the food company and the buyer. The dog food companies give you free dog food samples as an attempt to advertise a new brand dog food or an old product with new added ingredients. So, if any particular brand suits your dog, they gain more when you purchase the food packet throughout the dog’s life. Buying free dog food saves a few pounds for the owner by reducing the cost of buying larger packets, if the food is not favoured by your dog.

Finding free samples of pet food is not at all hard; your local vet will have plenty of dog food samples in stock. Some popular brands of dog pet foods including Pedigree Chum, Frolics, Bonus, Bounce and Wagg will offer free pet food samples in their websites, so check out their websites frequently or make your search for freebie websites, which eases up your search by exhibiting all the freebies in one place.

Whether you have a Sheepdog, Dachshund, Greyhound, Spaniel, Jack Russell or Labrador, your pet is sure to love these special treats.

Landlords and Dogs

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Landlords and Dogs

Regardless of how it may seem, there is no natural antipathy between landlords and dogs. Dogs in themselves are no more the natural enemy of land lords then, say, tenants are.

Landlords and dogs don’t get along for the most part because in many cases dogs and tenants–both dog owners and non-dog owners -don’t get along.

Landlords often try to outlaw the ownership of dogs by their tenants simply because dogs make trouble. They can be destructive, they can make messes, they can scare people, they can hurt people.

To avoid the trouble that dogs can make, landlords write into their leases clauses that prohibit the keeping of dogs by tenants. Landlords in general might not be the nicest people in the world, but you can’t blame them for wanting to avoid trouble and expense that tenant pet dogs may bring them.

For example, would you as landlord relish the idea of being sued by some troublemaking yardbird who, while visiting one of your tenants, was bitten by his homicidal cur?

And don’t ask why he’d be suing the landlord when it wasn’t the landlord’s dog that bit him–he’d be suing everyone in sight, as the courts encourage that type of madness: wouldn’t a reasonably prudent landlord provide 24-hour guard service to make sure that visitors are not attacked in their buildings?

Government units at various levels are telling landlords that they can’t tell their tenants not to own dogs (or cats), and various courts are starting to tell landlords that either their leases don’t say what they plainly do say or that they say it but the courts do not like it and will therefore come up with a reason why it shouldn’t be allowed. But the millennium for dog-owning apartment dwellers has not yet arrived, until it does, the best thing a tenant can do is to ask for permission from the owner…and to get it in WRITING.

Get To Know About Parvo Enteritis

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Do you know for every six hours there is a death of one dog in this world due to Parvo enteritis? Is it alarming? Yes!!! So, don’t forget to immunize your dog against Parvo enteritis.

The symptoms of parvo enteritis includes bloating, gassy abdomen, elevated temperatures(103- 106 degrees F), loss of apetite, loss of energy, bloody diarrhea, and yellow frothy vomit.

If your dog shows any of these symptoms, it is damn sure that your beloved pet is going towards to the path of death. So, don’t give chance for the parvo virus gain entry into your pets body.

How to protect against Parvo enteritis?

Parvo enteritis is a viral disease. Hence vaccine against parvo disease is available. Please check with your vet for immunizing your dog. You ought to give primary dose of Parvo vaccine at the age of 45 days and the booster dose before three months old.

What to do if your dog is affected with Parvo infection?

The affected dog shows affinity towards water. It will drink huge quantity of water and simultaneously it will go for bloody diarrhea and yellow frothy vomit. It will huddle at the cool place–say bathroom or under your wash basin.

Immediately consult your vet to keep your pet under drips. The vet will give suitable antibiotics to counteract the parvo enteritis. It is a clearcut fight between the antibiotics and the virus. It all depends upon the percentage of infection your dog having…

How to avoid Your Pet to Swallow Foreign object?

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Most of us have had experience with a child swallowing a foreign object. Usually it is a small coin; Occasionally it may be a fruit pit or something more dangerous. Dogs, as general rule, will not swallow anything which isn’t edible.

There are, however, many dogs that swallows pebbles or small shiny objects such as pins, coins and bits of cloth and plastic. This is especially true of dogs that are offered so-called “chew toys“.

Hence avoid these chew toys. These toys are either made up of vinyl and coated with cheap paint. Once this is swallowed, lead in the paint may cause serous effect on the dog. Moreover the vinyl may tear the dog intestine, which eventually lead to death.

Prevention

  • Inexpensive toys made of vinyl and plastic should be avoided.
  • Avoid buying “squeak toy” made with metal whistle.

Hence provide safe toys to your beloved pets….