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  • Choosing A Coat For Your Dog | Pets Perfect
    wet walk a bit more enjoyable you will also be able to enjoy the benefits of having a drier cleaner dog when you get home or back to your car Smaller breeds or those with short fine hair are the most likely to need extra insulation Dogs that are regularly clipped to keep their hair manageable should also be given some extra protection during bad weather Elderly dogs or those with a weakened immune system also appreciate an additional layer Most coats are also reflective or are available in bright colours providing extra safety and visibility as the evenings get darker Having a coat for your dog also allows you to keep his muscles warm if you partake in an active sport over the winter This is of a great benefit to dogs that do agility or flyball and can help increase your dog s performance and reduce injury or strains Choosing a suitable coat Whilst there are a wide range of designs available to suit all shapes and sizes the first thing to consider is what outer fabric will be most suited to your dog s needs For many a waterproof outer is the main priority All your dog may need is a lightweight weatherproof jacket to keep the worst of the rain and wind chill off him Fully waterproof dog coats with or without insulation are better for dogs that really feel the cold or if they are outside for longer periods 2 in 1 coats allow you the best of both with a waterproof outer and warm removable liner Fleece quilted and wickable coats are perfect if you are looking for a comfortable easy to wear warm layer for your dog They are also great for cooling your dog down after exercise or a day out working Cotton towelling coats are perfect for drying off wet dogs after a walk hyrdotherapy or a bath A coat designed to cover your dog s chest and sensitive abdominal area will be the most efficient and will help to protect your dog s major muscle groups Also consider whether you will be using a collar or harness on your dog and check the coat you are interested in will accommodate this Measuring and fitting your dog s coat The best starting point is to measure your dog from the nape of their neck just behind their collar to the base of their tail Select the size coat that is nearest to this measurement When fitting your dog s coat make sure it is snug but not too tight or restrictive Most coats are adjustable around the neck and girth rear leg straps also help keep the coat in place and are useful if it is windy Your dog s coat should not drag on the floor or be likely to catch on anything whilst your dog is exploring If your dog is nervous or apprehensive about having anything put over their head select a coat that you can undo at

    Original URL path: http://www.petsperfect.co.uk/blogs/news/49165505-choosing-a-coat-for-your-dog (2016-02-08)
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  • Ticks and Lyme disease | Pets Perfect
    thirty days of being bitten The disease can be diagnosed at this early stage and treated Dogs and cats do not develop this rash and thus it is hard to diagnose the disease Other symptoms appear over time and these have to be eliminated before being able to diagnose Lyme disease These symptoms are lameness stiff back joint problems lethargy and or fever So often your pet is taken to the vet because he is suffering from pain and has stopped eating The painful lameness often appears quite suddenly and your dog may be shifting from one leg to another If the disease is untreated it may disappear only to reappear weeks or months later There are some pets who have the organism in their body for over a year before displaying symptoms and by that time the disease is quite widespread throughout the body Diagnosing of the disease is done by two blood tests The first detects anti bodies in the blood which are there because of the exposure to the organism The second test is a DNA test using for the best results fluid from an affected joint The disease can be treated by a long course of antibiotics You can help to prevent your dog from getting Lyme disease by keeping your dog away from being exposed to ticks Ticks sit at the top of vegetation with their sensors waiting for a likely prey to brush past They then attach themselves to your dog cat or yourself and suck blood If the tick is infected with Lyme disease then the tick will pass on that infection to its prey Ticks are not just present in rural areas but are around urban areas too such as parks and gardens Some parts of Europe have a bigger problem with

    Original URL path: http://www.petsperfect.co.uk/blogs/news/48191297-ticks-and-lyme-disease (2016-02-08)
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  • O'Tom Tick Twister | Pets Perfect
    need to squeeze the tick which has the benefit of reducing the risk of infection Two sizes in each pack adult ticks and larvae nymph ticks How to use Choose a suitable size hook and slide the hook under the tick from the side of the tick s body Then very gently lift the hook and twist after 2 3 twists the tick will remove itself from your pet s skin Please note these come in assorted colours please allow us to pick a colour for you Quantity 2 67 Share this item Tweet Pin It Related products Ace Canine Clarifye Eye Drops Ace Canine 28 51 Adaptil DAP Diffuser Refill Adaptil 20 00 Adaptil DAP Plug In Diffuser Adaptil 25 00 Ancol Ergo Bristle Brush Ancol 4 25 Ancol Ergo Dog Shedding Blade Ancol 6 35 Ancol Ergo Double Sided Brush Ancol 7 20 Ancol Ergo Maxi Knot Buster Ancol 5 53 Ancol Ergo Shedmaster Ancol 10 70 Ancol Ergo Stripping Comb Ancol 6 50 Ancol Ergo Thinning Scissors Ancol 11 90 Anxiety Dog Body Wrap 1 Anxiety Wrap 26 99 Anxiety Dog Body Wrap 2 Company of Animals 24 97 Anxiety Wrap Quiet Dog Face Wrap Anxiety Wrap 6 99 Bamboo Flea fine combs with travel case Bamboo 4 99 Bamboo Furbuster Complete Pet Clipper Kit Bamboo 32 99 Bamboo Pet Shower Massager Bamboo 21 42 Beaphar Five Generation Pedigree Forms Beaphar 1 22 BecoPocket Eco Friendly Biodegradable Poo Bag Refills BecoThings 2 62 BecoPocket Eco Friendly DogPoo Bag Holder BecoThings 5 16 BecoThings BecoBag Eco Friendly Poop Bag Roll BecoThings 8 75 Buster Inflatable Dog Veterinary Collar Kruuse UK 7 87 Buster Walka Dog Boots Kruuse UK 18 33 Companion Aloe Vera Shampoo Companion 3 41 Companion Medicated Shampoo Companion 3 24 Companion Tea Tree Shampoo Companion

    Original URL path: http://www.petsperfect.co.uk/products/otom-tick-twister (2016-02-08)
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  • From Rescue Dog to Agility Star! | Pets Perfect
    Ponderosa Rescue Centr e in Castleford She d been featured online and no doubt was wondering about what would happen next in her short life as she was only one Pippa who is employed by Pets Perfect and adores all animals was on the look out for a dog For those of you who have chosen your dog from a rescue centre and given it its forever home know what it is like to view the dogs You just want to take them all Somehow there must have been a subliminal message from Lola to Pippa somehow Lola must have made a promise that she would make Pippa the proudest owner ever Just give me a chance she must have whispered Lola is a delight and as soon as she joined Pippa and Stu in their home she repaid their kindness 100 Always excellently behaved every day at work Lola was introduced to agility for the fun aspect This is where Lola knew she could shine and repay Pippa The agility club soon suggested that Pippa and Lola should start competing they could see that Lola had the makings of a great agility performer Rosette after rosette followed as Lola and Pippa worked their way up entering competitions Competing at local shows in Yorkshire and the North East Lola is now on grade six with one jumping win towards grade seven She adores the show atmosphere and thrives in competitions Not long before Crufts will beckon so well done to Lola and a big thank you to Pippa for bringing out the amazing potential of that little rescue dog We ll keep coming back to four year old Lola and follow her as she goes from strength to strength In the meantime here are some photos for you to enjoy

    Original URL path: http://www.petsperfect.co.uk/blogs/news/47872833-from-rescue-dog-to-agility-star (2016-02-08)
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  • Prepare your Dog for Fireworks & Bonfire night. | Pets Perfect
    dog could develop other noise phobias Classic signs of fear can include Hyper vigilant Restlessness pacing Whining Yawning or lip smacking Excessive grooming or licking Hiding or attempting to escape Decreased appetite Environmental support for your dog is crucial there are a number of simple steps you can take to help your dog cope Dogs should have a safe haven or den to retreat to in the home The den can be a place that the dog already uses and adapted to be as comfortable dark and quiet as possible or a manmade temporary option such as a crate Preparing a den in advance allows the dog to get used to the area and accept it as a safe place A towel or blanket can be placed over the den to dim the sounds and lights of the fireworks The dog should have access to the den at all times Keep curtains closed have the TV or music on to muffle sounds if possible keep the dog company Provide interactive treat toys this will keep your dog occupied and help reduce stress Take your dog out for a walk to the toilet before it gets dark to avoid the need to be taken out later during the fireworks The dog appeasing pheromone Adaptil has been shown to reduce anxiety and help dogs cope with challenging situations including firework events Adaptil is easy to use and it is available as a diffuser collar and spray It reduces the intensity of the dog s fear Prevention Exposing puppies to many different stimuli during their socialisation period can help prevent fears in adult life Try to make their first fireworks experience as calm as possible and they are far more likely to go through life without becoming reactive to noises Recent Articles Warehouse

    Original URL path: http://www.petsperfect.co.uk/blogs/news/47675201-prepare-your-dog-for-fireworks-bonfire-night (2016-02-08)
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  • Why Does a Dog Bark? | Pets Perfect
    to fear perhaps the dog is startled by an unexpected noise or object Loneliness or boredom can cause a dog to bark as he is unhappy Also there is compulsive barking which a dog will do when he is anxious and this is sometimes accompanied by pacing or doing other repetitive movements this type of barking can be due to separation anxiety Let s take a look at a couple of simple ways to cut down on the excessive barking due to a non medical issue First of all remember that shouting at your dog merely tells your dog to bark more after all aren t you barking loudly too Yelling at your dog in a complete sentence is also pointless as he does not understand Your dog needs to be trained to understand the word Quiet That word should be spoken calmly and firmly while looking straight at your dog Use that word when there is a good pause in the barking so that your dog hears the word quiet and then gets plenty of praise when he is quiet He will soon learn that that when the word quiet is spoken and he is quiet he gets praise and perhaps a treat too You should not allow these problems to carry on for a long period of time as they will be harder to cure Barking can create an adrenaline rush so a dog can feel good when barking So if your dog always barks when the postman comes he will feel a need to bark every time and that barking can lead to aggression so what would happen if he was in the garden when the postie arrives The barking has to be sorted introduce your dog to the postman who often carries dog biscuits with him

    Original URL path: http://www.petsperfect.co.uk/blogs/news/47495873-why-does-a-dog-bark (2016-02-08)
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  • News | Pets Perfect
    came from a rescue centre and riches in the true doggy sense a richly rewarding life of fun companionship and stardom Lola had been waiting to be chosen at the Ponderosa Rescue Centr e in Castleford She d been featured online and no doubt was wondering about what would happen next in her short life as she was only one Pippa who is employed by Pets Perfect and adores all animals was on the look out for a dog For those of you who have chosen your dog from a rescue centre and given it its forever home know what it is like to view the dogs You just want to take them all Somehow there must have been a subliminal message from Lola to Pippa somehow Lola must have made a promise that she would make Pippa the proudest owner ever Just give me a chance she must have whispered Lola is a delight and as soon as she joined Pippa and Stu in their home she repaid their kindness 100 Always excellently behaved every day at work Lola was introduced to agility for the fun aspect This is where Lola knew she could shine and repay Pippa The agility club soon suggested that Pippa and Lola should start competing they could see that Lola had the makings of a great agility performer Rosette after rosette followed as Lola and Pippa worked their way up entering competitions Competing at local shows in Yorkshire and the North East Lola is now on grade six with one jumping win towards grade seven She adores the show atmosphere and thrives in competitions Not long before Crufts will beckon so well done to Lola and a big thank you to Pippa for bringing out the amazing potential of that little rescue dog We

    Original URL path: http://www.petsperfect.co.uk/blogs/news/tagged/agility (2016-02-08)
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  • News | Pets Perfect
    The Indigo Igloo is great for keeping your dog warm and cosy in winter and cool and happy in summer and comes insulated and also channels water away so they always at their most happiest when in their dogloo We are delighted to be featured in the Alan Titchmarsh Show and also delighted to be selling such a wonderful product If you have any questions about the product do not hesitate to contact us on 01423 313324 or email on info petsperfect co uk Dog Igloo Kennel on ITV January 25 2014 The Petmate Indigo Igloo Dog Kenne l from Pets Perfect features on ITV s Alan Titchmarsh Show It is a fully insulated kennel which makes it ideal for your dog when he is sleeping outside it means that it is cool in summer but warm in winter There is also a porch area so that the dog can lay with his head out watching fully covered or just an extra area for sleeping in There is a channel around the edge to allow any water or other wet accidents to flow to the edge To add greater comfort for your dog the floor is raised off the ground Another great aspect of the igloo is that is made of 25 recycled plastic and it has an antibacterial product called Microban moulded into the material that is used to make the dog kennel The Petmate indigo Igloo comes in three sizes the extra large is 52 long 39 wide and 30 high 132cm x 99cm x 76cm the large is 44 long 34 wide and 26 high 111cm x 86cm x 66cm and the medium is 37 5 long 30 5 wide and 23 high 95cm x 77cm x 58cm So there is a size to suit every dog

    Original URL path: http://www.petsperfect.co.uk/blogs/news/tagged/alan-titchmarsh (2016-02-08)
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