Bitty Bit the Chihuahua, Pekingese Mix

Bitty Bit the Chihuahua, Pekingese Mix

Bitty Bit is very lucky to be alive. When she was born 11 years ago she only weighed three ounces and was way smaller then her siblings, so they didn’t let her nurse. I sat in my room where all the puppies were born and put her on a bottle. I stayed with that puppy for 24 hours. She survived but had stomach issues for many years. She overcame her issues and today she’s a strong healthy older dog. She only weighs four pounds now, but she’s a great dog and she’s loved very much. It was so worth saving her little life. She has been with me through some good times, and some very tough times. A pet can really help you overcome some obstacles in life. I will be very heartbroken when she goes. She’s like a child so I’ll enjoy the time I have left with her and spoil her every day. Submitted by Patty Y.

Bitty Bit the Chihuahua, Pekingese Mix

 
Oscar the Shih-Tzu, Poodle Mix

Oscar the Shih-Tzu, Poodle Mix

Oscar is an eight year old Shih-Poo, a Shih-Tzu, Poodle mix, but we still call him a puppy because no matter how old he gets, he still looks like a puppy and acts like one. He’s super curly and loving. He wants you to carry him around the house like a baby and give him all the attention. His best friend and older brother is Ranger, an eleven year old Havanese mix. Submitted by Jessie K.

Oscar the Shih-Tzu, Poodle Mix

Oscar the Shih-Tzu, Poodle Mix

Oscar the Shih-Tzu, Poodle Mix

 
Groom Your Dog with High-Quality Dog Shampoo

Groom Your Dog with High-Quality Dog Shampoo

Animals have a special kind of smell. It is important to take constant care of them to get rid of the smell. Controlling body odor and other smells in a pet is a common issue for all pet parents. For this purpose, pet owners should use the best smelling dog shampoo. It should protect your surroundings from harmful insects, rodent, rat, mice, and the bad smell of the urine. The majority of people use sprays and air fresheners for getting rid of these smells. Your animal’s odor can keep guests away from your home, and smelly houses can even be harmful to health.

Why Dog Shampoo?

If you have a dog in your home, then it is vital to groom your dog using high quality dog shampoo. It is a good way to increase a dog’s fur shine. There are different types of shampoos and gels on the market. They are useful to boost hair growth with shiny fur. Shampoos increase nourishment and extra shine. They can get rid of your dog’s body odor. And they keep your dog fresh and adorable for yours and others enjoyment. It is important to find a safe product for your pooch.

— The use of dog shampoo can be highly beneficial in fighting against topical flea
— They are pleasant to the senses while promoting a soft, healthy and shiny coat
— Keep your pet’s coat clean and fresh for a long time

Groom Your Dog with High-Quality Dog Shampoo

Which Dog Shampoo Is Suitable for Your Dog?

If you have no idea which shampoo is suitable for your dog, then you can get advice from your veterinarian. Learn more about the high-quality shampoos that are suitable for your dog. It is good and wise to check the ingredients of the shampoo before buying. Buy a product as per the characteristics of your dog’s fur or coat. Some beneficial elements of a good dog shampoo are:

— Biodegradable packaging
— Rich, soothing coconut oil
— Long lasting fragrances
— Certified organic

Purchase a shampoo that keeps ticks and fleas away from your dog. You can also find shampoos that are effective in fighting against lice. When you apply your shampoo, leave it on the coat for 10 minutes. This will kill the lice or fleas, and prevent their eggs from hatching. Shampoos with all natural ingredients can treat your dog’s coat in an effective and safe way.

Bacon the Goldendoodle

Bacon the Goldendoodle

Here’s our pup! Her name is Bacon and she’s a Goldendoodle. She is two and a half months old here. Bacon got her name from her slightly reddish hair and the fact that bacon makes everything better. She loves peanut butter and her favorite place to sleep is right on top of peoples’ chests. She wags her tail with her whole body and often nearly falls over when people come home since she’s so excited. Submitted by Kathryn C.

Bacon the Goldendoodle

Bacon the Goldendoodle

Bacon the Goldendoodle

Bacon the Goldendoodle

Bacon the Goldendoodle

 
Pepper the Border Collie, German Shepherd Mix

Pepper the Border Collie, German Shepherd Mix

Adorable Pepper is looking for her forever family. She is four months old and currently in a foster home. She is good with other dogs and kids. We think she is a Shepherd, Border Collie mix, or maybe a Cattle Dog. She’s going to be a big dog. She has tons of puppy energy and would do best in an active home with an active puppy-tolerant playmate. Submitted by Petaluma Pet Pals.

Pepper the Border Collie, German Shepherd Mix

Pepper the Border Collie, German Shepherd Mix

 
Rocky III the Yorkipoo

Rocky III the Yorkipoo

Rocky is a Yorkshire Terrier, Poodle mix. He has a pile of about 20 socks under my mom and dad’s bed. He is totally obsessed with socks. Also, he does a weird thing with his dog treats. When we give him one that he really likes he puts it on the floor backs up a few feet and then stalks it. He sneaks up on his treat then pounces on it like a panther. He does this with his kibble sometimes, too. Submitted by Jake.