WW: Shadow

 

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WW: Is there something on my nose?

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How to Create A Pet Safety Net

Havahart Wireless have created this cool infographic about pet poisons. Hope you find it useful.

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WW: really daddy?

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Biogance

In my Pawsome Box which I talked about last week, there was a ear cleaning solution from Biogance. I hadn’t had a chance to use it at the time, but thought I would come back to it in a follow-up post.

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Not having floppy ears, cleaning my ears isn’t really a priority but it’s good to keep them clean anyway, otherwise as nanny says potatoes could grow on them! Although it could be handy for dinner, it would be quite cumbersome and not a pretty sight!

Have to say this solution smells amazing, its mint and rosemary so its really fresh and clean, both ingredients are great for cleansing and deodrising which is exactly what you want in an ear cleaning solution. Plus it’s simple to use, you just spray it on some cotton wool and then gently clean the ears. Being all natural you can use it regularly.

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Do you get your ears cleaned regularly?

The lovely people at Pawsome Box have been in touch and are offering a Unique Promotional Code so that you can get 25% off the first box on any one of their plans – including the monthly, 3, 6 & 12 month subscriptions! Just use code: blg1n1iw to take advantage of this offer.

Pawsome Box provided me with the bottle of Biogance for review, but did not otherwise compensate me for this post. The views and opinions expressed in this post and on this blog are entirely my own.


WW: I’ll take this one thanks

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WW: Swimming

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WW: Long Grass

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WW: I’m the Queen of the castle…

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veterinary technician Infographic

Today I have a special guest post from Andrea at veterinarytechnicianguide.com which I hope you’ll enjoy:

Not every pup has a super hero parent like Misaki does.

As a veterinary technician, we get an adrenaline rush when we get emergency calls. But when emergency calls become “I don’t have time to clean Sparky’s constant vomiting, so now its an emergency for me” calls, then we just get annoyed.

As much as we would like every pet parent to take their dog’s vomiting seriously the first time it happens, far too often they would rather wait until the vomiting gets so bad it’s starting to affect their daily routine.

Whether you have an Alaskan Malamute or a Pug, being a good pet parent makes you a super hero parent in the eyes of all veterinary technician!

That’s just one example of what vet techs go through on a daily basis. You can access the full article on the real veterinary technician job duties here.

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Many thanks for sharing Andrea at veterinarytechnicianguide.com