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Joanna was gracious enough to share (or test!) her cookies on our Ozzie....he loved them as well!

Alice M

I just found a new product at the Global Pet Expo. It is called Shoo!TAG. It is a "green" product. This small tag you hang on the collar uses electromagnetic frequencies to repel fleas and ticks on dogs and cats. It has no chemicals and they say it lasts up to 4 months. No mess and inexpensive! This was the buzz product there and they won best product awards. It sounds fantastic -a good safe alternative. I hate putting chemicals on my pets! They gave out free samples and it worked! This is an awesome "green" product. I went to their website shootag.com and it is safe and made of recycled material. I had to share.


I consider that grooming your pet is a vital part of being a pet owner. Grooming your canine helps you accomplish many things. It gives you time to spend time with your dog and also clean and cut there coats to make them look better and shinier. So instead of applying fleabusters, just groom your pet and keep your environment clean.


One of the simplest ways to determine a flea drawback is to examine your pets stomach area and along the inside of the back legs. The hair is thinner in this area and easier to identify fleas. You can get rid of fleas by applying borax to your pet. It's really effective and i tried it myself.

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