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Pee Puddles Can Be A Sign Your Pet Is Ill

Pee puddles (or incontinence in pets). It’s not something pet parents want to see on their floor or smell on their carpet, bedding or furniture. And although it might be our pets are simply not quite house broken or being too lazy to go in their litter box , incontinence in pets also can be a sign […]

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When to Use Dog Diapers

Do you have a leaky puppy or dog? One who leaks pee all over the floor, carpet, sofa, bed – in fact, leaves puddles and stains everywhere? If you have a new puppy you’re trying to house train, it’s to be expected. But if it happens with an adult or older dog, schedule a visit […]

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Dog Pads: How to Choose and Use

In our last post about dog pads we learned that lots of layers add up to a stronger pad that will soak up pee and get rid of nasty pet odors. And pads with an added attractant (scent) will let pooches know where to go. In this post, Matt Clifton with OUT! shares his tips […]

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Dog Pads: Peeling Back The Layers

Dog pads can be a lifesaver for us pet parents. In fact, how did we manage before they were invented? Not great. We had to use old newspapers or rags, neither of which is very effective in soaking up urine or hiding nasty dog pee and poop smells. Thankfully, we now have dog pads to […]

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Training Your Pets in Time for the Holidays

The holiday hustle is here. In my house that means not only scouring and organizing everything—from top to bottom—in preparation of holiday guests but also training your pets for your guests. My two fur boys, Abe and Chico, don’t slide under my radar either. Not even for a minute. By December 24, when all of […]

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Boxed In: How to Get Your Cat Back Into The Litter Box

Not just infants have potty problems: your cat may have one too. If you’re wondering why your cat’s started going outside the litter box, first you need to rule out any health issues. That means taking kitty to the vet for a check-up. Once given a clean bill of health, you can figure out what’s making […]