Aug 21, 2012
4. To Curb Chewing:
Try: BENGAY. To train your dog to stop chewing on a specific object, coat the object with a dab of BENGAY. The smell will repel him.
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OK, if you are too cheap to get professional flea treatment, you can't afford pets. And you can bathe your pets only so often before their skin dries out (vets recommend no more than once a month) but you'll have flea eggs and larvae in your rugs, furniture, yard, etc that you won't be able to kill by bathing your pets. Prevent getting fleas on pets and in your home by getting good flea treatment and USING it once a month all year and don't try the cheap route.
My well-trained dog has suddenly started peeing on the carpet. We had another dog staying with us for 6 weeks who wet in the house and no my dog is doing it. What can I do? Is there a spray for the carpet that would repel her?
If you want to keep your puppy or cat from chewing cords, wood, etc in your house I have found the cheapest and easiest solution. Simply put a good amount of any kind of dishwashing liquid on your hand and spread along the cord, onto the wood, etc. The soap won't harm the object and the animals HATE the taste. Crate your puppy in a large wire cage with several toys (no rawhide, bones, etc). As he matures,(which can take up to 2 years) you can trust him outside of it while you are away for only short periods of time, gradually extending his "free time" slowly until he can be left out for the entire day. The advantage to this is that your dog will not only be housebroken faster but he has never developed the HABIT of chewing on your shoes, furniture, etc., in the first place so will tend to leave these items alone when he grows up. I have trained my last 2 dogs this way and they were the best indoor dogs ever!!
bengay my little dog must love it if your wearing it she has to go out of her way to lick it on your skin it does not work she will eat what ever i spray with it!
I can assure you, most ear infections DO NOT happen because you got water in your dogs ears, so baby oil on a cotton ball WILL NOT prevent them. NOR will a bath with dawn dish washing soap PREVENT fleas. Basic maintenance will cover both of these issues and not be costly if people only take the time to do, as opposed to waiting until your dogs ear is spewing green pus or infested with fleas.-12 year vet tech wishing people understood and ounce of PREVENTION really is worth a pound of cure!!!
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Just gave my pitbull and the large cat a bath with Dawn a few days ago...for that very reason. You can't use dog shampoo on cats, because they continue to lick themselves, and it will make them sick. They really don't make a specific flea shampoo for cats that I've seen, and flea collars are useless with the hot summer, following a winter that didn't kill them back. They both thanked me. Now, for the other pit, the American bulldog, the Weimie, and the kitten... I dread the kitten. She pitches an awful fit, which means I get the worst end of the deal. Big cat simply complains and looks for an escape. LOL
Ground clove powder is a great natural flea repellant for cats. Just sprinkle and rub into coat. Most cats do not like to lick and the fleas dislike it. Another natural flea remedy: cook lemons in enough water just to cover until you have a lemony syrup- put in a spray bottle and spray your cat. I have also used Burts Bees natural bug repellant for people on my dogs. Works great.
Sounds like a bit of product placement at work.....Folks, you can use ANY paper towel, ANY brand of rice, ANY cooking spray. I will say Dawn does work better than anything else.