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Celebrate National Pet Week by pampering your pooch
Some pet owners may pamper their pooches and kitties on a daily basis, but they may want to spoil them even more this week at is it's National Pet Week. From May 6 to May 12 pet owners around the nation should make sure to spend ample time with their pets, feed them a few extra Greenies Dental Treats for Dogs and even perform some spring grooming. Not only will this week emphasis your love for your dog or cat, but it may help deepen your bond as well.
All dogs love a good long walk in the woods and although this type of physical activity may not be a regular occurrence due to work and other commitments, it may be a great idea to start taking more long strolls during this fun week. If your pooch is used to mainly going for walks around your neighborhood, you'll need to take certain precautions to ensure it's safe in the woods. Make sure to bring along pet products like a leash and Poopy Packs to clean up after your pup. Spring is here, meaning tick season has arrived, so it's also important to stay on top of your dog's flea, tick and heartworm medications like Sentinel. For added protection, perform a tick check on the dog once you get back home from the walk.
Many dogs are left on their own during the day when their pet parents are at work. Although many owners try to take their dog for a quick walk before and after work, the time in between can get boring for some pooches. National Pet Week may be a good chance for you to spoil your pup with a few new interactive toys that will not only keep it happy during the day, but may also help it refrain from destructive behavior like chewing on shoes. The Buster Food Cube may be a suitable option as dogs must move the cube around on the floor to dispense bits of its pet food.
Taking the time to freshen up your pooch during National Pet Week might help it feel better inside and out. Start by giving the pup a soothing bath using pet shampoo to rid it of any dirt, grime or knots in its coat. After the bath, give the dog a thorough brushing using a product like the FURminator deShedding Tool for Dogs that works to remove the loose dead hair that collects in your dog's undercoat. Brushing will not only help reduce shedding in your home, but also helps connect you and your pup on a deeper level.