As I started typing this one out, just like a few other earlier posts I still wish for you and your paw to be doing well. I walk by paws sometimes and knowingly or unknowingly happen to look or glance at their coat irrespective of which breed they belong to, thought some or the other … Continue reading Paw coat
As I start to put this down I continue to wish for you and your paw to be doing well. However, there are times when they are not and this could be anytime of the year. One of the least expected and also to an extent worrying part is your paw being infected by fleas … Continue reading Paw parasites
It can be a good breed or even a stray. The thing that really matters to both is basic care — first aid, vaccinations, having them mated, sterilization or spayed if needed. This is essential and needs to be paid attention to. As far as paws in our homes are concerned, this should be taken … Continue reading Paw care for strays
It has never surprised me and it won’t surprise you either. Have a check into your paw’s ears. It could be small or long, tiny or big, standing straight or drooping a little. It could be covered with hair or without any of it. Your paw’s ears are as susceptible to wax and dirt as … Continue reading Paw ear care
During the times that the weather keeps changing, not to say that this is not a concern when the weather is good — but if the walk outside has somehow turned mucky for some reason, there are things you can do to help you from paw cleanliness anxiety. Your paw may not be the kind … Continue reading Paw wash — something regular!
Some simple things do go a long way. If you are a new paw owner reading this, you should know that even cutting their nails is an art and requires immense attention. First and foremost, make sure you have the right nail cutter or clipper for your paw. This will make it not only easy … Continue reading Paw nail care
As I write this, I am hoping for everything to be well with you and your paw. I hope Paw care 1 was really helpful and you were able to implement most of them. Read along to continue where we left last week Tail: Don’t just comb the body, and leave the tail behind, that … Continue reading Paw care 2
When your ear itches you either use your finger or some ear buds to clean it up. You dig your nose like a gold digger when there is dirt. You brush your teeth every day. You wash your face and clean the corners of your eyes. You cut your nails periodically. You get a manicure … Continue reading Paw care 1