Most shampoos, conditioners, and detanglers are usually full of highly objectionable chemicals, harmful to horses, humans and the planet. Thank goodness, ô hippophiles of the world, eco-friendly, efficient and economical products are available. And, with a bit of luck, you might already be the proud owners of these treasures
Nobody, not even your favourite four-legged friends, will deny that homemade biscuits blow the doors off anything store-bought. Industrial ones, with their additives, preservatives and other undesirable ingredients, are not always safe for dogs.
Tout-Petit peed on Suzanne’s carpet. As the misdeed was committed only minutes ago, it is not a tragedy. The victim stands a good chance of surviving without sequelae. Older accidents are more difficult to deal with. A quick intervention to clear the mess can erase the dreadful duo of stain and smell.
With her lovely shiny coat and her cute, smooth, wet nose, Louna is a true beauty. The gloss finish on her little snout, is not purely cosmetic, it also works as a scent chemical absorber and an indicator of this ravishing little canine’s general state. Contrary to popular belief, a dog's dry nose does not necessarily mean a health issue. But a poor little nose that is overly dry, chapped and/or cracking urgently needs help.
« I’m not a flea bag », meowed Ahri, deeply mortified. And yet, there was no doubt as to the identity of the vile creatures fearlessly frolicking in her fabulous fur.But don’t despair, natural flea remedies are effective and safe for felines and humans.
If, God help us, Sweetie the dachshund or Ahri the cat, suffered the misfortune of embarrassing B.O., do not despair. You can give your little domestic fury companions back their lovely sweet smell with a baking soda – aka soda bicarbonate – dry shampoo.