Having a pet seems fun but taking care of them involves a lot of responsibility. Good care is important as it can help your pet stay active, happy & healthy. Here are a few things you can do at home to take care of your floof.
Most importantly love them unconditionally & treat them like your family
Here are a few basic tips you can follow while handling an injured pet.
The frequency of bathing your floof depends on various factors such as breed, lifestyle, type & length of coat, activity levels, allergies or health issues (if any) and health & comfort.
Generally speaking, it is a good idea to bathe your floof at least once every two to three months.
A big part of caring for a pet is taking them to a vet for keeping their health in check. Here is an easy breakdown of how often you can/should take your floof to a vet:
Younger than 4 months - once every 3 to 4 weeks for all their vaccinations and general checkups
Up to one year - once every month or two
Adult years: 1-7 years - once a year
Senior years: 7+ - twice a year
Your floof is your everything and to take care of this little soul, we ensure our items are everything nutritious and safe but harmful.
Pamper your fluff babies with handmade treats, readily available cakes, pupcakes, tarts, puffins, trendy clothes, interesting toys and more.
Customise your floof’s cakes & clothes and handover the barkday’s/birthday’s complete decor and prep to us.
Besides chocolate, salt, sugar and preservatives, all those ingredients that your floof is allergic to should be avoided so that they get to eat what suits them best. This will keep them healthy, happy and active.
Yes, different breed dogs have different nutritional needs and it also differs for their sizes.
Each pet is unique and your dog will have different nutritional/diet needs based on their breed, age and size.
Here are a few points to keep in mind:
- Ticks/fleas easily attack pets during rains
- Blood sucking causes itching and can lead to severe skin rashes
- Also leads to high fever & can be fatal
Prevent ticks as follows:
- Groom your pet regularly
- Rub coconut oil on your dog’s skin
- Use vet-approved shampoo for any skin conditions
- Avoid the tick-infested areas when out for a walk
Customisation of dog products depends upon many factors such as dog breed, age, size, health issues, allergies, environment, etc. Here are five advantages of customised dog products: