It is the greatest time of year to spend with your friends, family, and cute household pets. Deck the halls with boughs of safety and Christmas cheer with the ultimate Christmas checklist for pet safety and making the most of the holidays.
A dog’s paws are the golden ticket to unique exploring the world. Enjoying long walks and having amazing adventures are part of the happy dog experience. Having mentioned all the positives, it’s time for the dark side. Unfortunately, paws can pick up literally everything, including bacteria, dirt, and mud. These dirty particles can enter your home and cover your entire house. That’s why ensuring your dog’s feet are correctly cleaned and taken care of is essential. How to groom dog paws and nails?
Skin is the largest organ in the animal body, and proper care is a number one priority. Skin is essential for protection, maintaining water balance, elasticity, temperature regulation, and toxin erection. Like humans, dog skin needs special care to prevent skin infections. Several ways to treat these conditions include natural remedies and pet skin wellness products. Today, HICC PET™ goes over typical dog skin conditions and treatments every pet owner should look for.
Golden retrievers originated in Scotland in the late 1800s. They were initially bred as hunting dogs and prized for their retrieving skills. Golden retrievers are also popular family pets, known for their friendly, outgoing personalities and beautiful, fluffy coats. How to groom a golden retriever and take care of it? Keep reading to learn more!
We love to spoil our dogs because they deserve it. As a pet owner, nothing says I love you like a shiny coat, clean body, and dashing appearance. This season, treat your pooch to some do-it-yourself (DIY) grooming. If you want to learn how to groom a dog, you’ve come to the right place.
We love to see our dogs running, jumping, and living their best lives outdoors. What’s not so great is the dirt between the paws, muddy fur, and strong doggy odors that come afterward. When it is time to get your doggy looking fresh and clean, a trip to the groomer can cost anywhere from $50-$100, depending on services.
Owning a pet takes a lot of responsibility and impacts your monthly expenses. There’s much more to caring for your pets than buying the necessary toys, collars, and bedding. Additional pet costs include pet sitting during travel, nutrition, training, and veterinary bills, among other things. Over time these costs add up, causing a financial burden if you don’t properly budget for care and emergencies.
Border collies are sheepdogs initially bred in the Anglo-Scottish border region. They’re working dogs used today for herding sheep and other livestock. Border collies are popular companion dogs known for their intelligence, obedience, and loyalty. They have a thick, dense coat that requires regular grooming to prevent matting and tangling. Read further to learn how to groom a border collie.
If a labrador has recently joined your family, you're surely wondering how to tame the shedding and take care of its grooming needs. Keep reading to learn how to groom a labrador, what to focus on and what tools are needed to do it properly!
Are you introducing a brand new pet into the family? We got you covered! Read more to learn the top tips for first-time pet owners. We cover everything from pet budgeting, diet, getting settled with your new pet, and even hygiene! Get the latest information on pet care from HICC PET™.
Learn the best tips for traveling with pets. Vaccinations, airline-compliant carriers, and calming treats make traveling with pets easy. For pet health pack pet itch relief spray to avoid allergies and breakouts during travel.