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    Puppy Bedding Puppy Kennels Crates Cages Puppy Health Hygiene Puppy Food Puppy Supplements Puppy Training Accessories Puppy Training Equipment Puppy Toys Puppy Travel Puppy Treats Puppy Memorial Gifts Shop All Owner Gifts Clothing Homeware Travel Cards Personal Storage Racking Cleaning Waterproofing For Him For Her Brands Offers News About Contact News Home Shop All Brands Offers About Contact News Prepare your Dog for Fireworks Bonfire night October 09 2015 It is estimated that approximately 49 of dogs become stressed and fearful while fireworks are going off yet many owners are unaware of how to help their dogs with firework fears and the precautions that can be taken to help them cope with their fear of loud noises Unless your dog is given support to address this fear it will get progressively worse and your dog could develop other noise phobias Environmental support for your dog is crucial there are a number of simple steps you can take to help your dog cope Recent Articles Prepare your Dog for Fireworks Bonfire night Posted on October 09 2015 Tags All agility Alan Titchmarsh anxiety articles barking bath BBC Radio 2 breakfast show brands brush car Carob Cat catblogger catnip chocolate collar collections

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    else should you go home with The breeder or rescue centre should give you full care vaccination and diet details If you have bought a pure bred dog then you should also have the kennel club certificate and importantly the application to register the change of ownership With all that and your adorable puppy you will have many years of happy life together in your loving home Here are some fabulous items that your new puppy will adore Danish Design My First Bed this is such a snugly place for your pup as there is a special place for a hot water bottle and a little pocket for the ticking clock so he won t miss his mum all washable Ancol Small Bite Plush Lamb a little comforter for your pup a very popular toy Then when he s settled in you ll need to think about training him a Coachies Treat Bag and some Coachies Puppy Treats will get you started Perhaps he gets into the mud as he ventures outside Wahl Puppy and Kitten Shampoo will soon gently clean him up Or maybe he starts to nibble at the furniture Gold Label Pet Stop Chew is the answer just spray it on and he ll leave off However he could just be teething and like a baby they need something to chew to relieve the pain of teeth coming through try FatCat Mini Puppy Teethers Lots of lovely things available to welcome the new member of your family Killer Chocolate November 26 2013 Everyone loves chocolate and this can be the same with dogs however sharing your human chocolate with your dog can prove fatal to them Chocolate can sicken and even kill dogs and is one of the most common causes of canine poisoning The reason why human chocolate is so dangerous for dogs is because chocolate is made from cocoa and cocoa beans contain caffeine and a related chemical compound called theobromine which is the real threat Theobromine increases urination affects the intestinal system nervous system brain central nervous system as well as the heart muscle According to vets no amount of chocolate is OK for your dog to consume however due to the varying levels of theobromine in different types of chocolate it means that dark chocolate and cooking baking chocolate pose the greatest risk whereas milk and white chocolate pose less of a risk It would take 20 ounces of milk chocolate to kill a 20 pound dog but only 2 ounces of cooking baking chocolate or 6 ounces of semisweet chocolate If the dog is small that could be deadly If your dog does manage to get into the chocolate cupboard and digests chocolate then after eating it they will typically develop diarrhoea and start vomiting You should take your dog to the vet as soon as possible and mention to the vet the age of your dog and they type of chocolate they ate Symptoms of theobromine poisoning generally occur within four

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    pleased to see you it can be a territorial or protective barking situation for example when the dog sees another person or an animal enter the area which he the dog regards as his territory As the threat gets nearer the barking will get louder Then there can be barking due 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

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    liquid is not suitable for a dog as it does not have the right pH for your dog s fur and skin Choose one that is gentle and if he has itchy skin try an oatmeal shampoo There are some shampoos which are ideal for a dog with white fur such as a Westie and there are also special shampoos for older dogs You may also want a conditioner again the variety which is designed for dogs Make sure that the room is clear of anything that can get broken as your dog might make a sudden leap Cover the floor with old towels If you have a bath with a shower attached to the taps then that is ideal and you could put a rubber mat on the bottom of the bath to avoid your dog scratching the enamel with his nails If his collar is not waterproof then use a nylon collar Remove the tops of the shampoo and conditioner so that they are ready for use Put a cotton ball in each ear to stop water getting in and put some petroleum jelly onto the fur around the eye area to stop shampoo and soap getting into his eyes Then with great care for your own back gently lift him in place one arm under the chest in front of the dog s front legs and place the other arm behind the rear legs and under the tail Stay fairly upright and lift with your legs not with your back For a heavy dog have someone help with lifting the dog into and out of the bath Then gently spray your dog with warm water keeping the spray about an inch from his fur so that the spray penetrates his fur A lot of praise while you are doing it reassures your dog that this is a good experience and one that he should enjoy Some experts say start at the head with the shampooing others say the tail however while he is enjoying the praise and his eyes are on you then it is a good idea to shampoo his head rubbing it in with your fingers After that put a line of shampoo down his back and work that into his fur you could use a rubber brush with short haired dogs or your fingers With longer haired dogs always move in the direction of the hair growth to avoid tangles Make sure that all the creases behind the legs facial wrinkles and ear flaps are done and that you do under the tail area too Rinse well with warm water until the water runs clean as if there are any residues of soap skin irritations may occur Then apply the conditioner if using in the same manner as the shampoo Rinse well again until the water runs clear For the ears when rinsing cover the open ear area with your hand to avoid water getting in beyond the cotton wool ball Then carefully as

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    Puppy Kennels Crates Cages Puppy Health Hygiene Puppy Food Puppy Supplements Puppy Training Accessories Puppy Training Equipment Puppy Toys Puppy Travel Puppy Treats Puppy Memorial Gifts Shop All Owner Gifts Clothing Homeware Travel Cards Personal Storage Racking Cleaning Waterproofing For Him For Her Brands Offers News About Contact News Home Shop All Brands Offers About Contact News World Conker Queen in Charge of Pets Perfect August 12 2014 World Conker Queen You may wonder what that has to do with Pets Perfect quite simple The owner of Pets Perfect Sophie Knox is the World Conker Queen She gained her title last October when she successfully challenged hopefuls from all over the world at the conker world championship This October sees her defending her title After the event last year she appeared on television and radio talking about playing conkers and how she entered the competition dressed as the Pink Panther Now is the run up to this year s world championship and the publicity is already She was on the BBC radio on Friday night and now is on BBC Radio 2 Breakfast Programme o n Wednesday 13 th August at 8 30am So what does Sophie get up to when not playing conkers Well she lives in Harrogate with her husband two dogs one cat and her horse she enjoys eventing with her horse taking her dogs for longs walks and of course she is busy running petsperfect co uk and manesupplies co u k Do tune in to BBC Radio 2 Breakfast Sho w and listen to the Queen of Conkers Recent Articles World Conker Queen in Charge of Pets Perfect Posted on August 12 2014 Tags All agility Alan Titchmarsh anxiety articles barking bath BBC Radio 2 breakfast show brands brush car Carob Cat catblogger catnip chocolate

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    however due to the varying levels of theobromine in different types of chocolate it means that dark chocolate and cooking baking chocolate pose the greatest risk whereas milk and white chocolate pose less of a risk It would take 20 ounces of milk chocolate to kill a 20 pound dog but only 2 ounces of cooking baking chocolate or 6 ounces of semisweet chocolate If the dog is small that could be deadly If your dog does manage to get into the chocolate cupboard and digests chocolate then after eating it they will typically develop diarrhoea and start vomiting You should take your dog to the vet as soon as possible and mention to the vet the age of your dog and they type of chocolate they ate Symptoms of theobromine poisoning generally occur within four to 24 hours after chocolate is consumed However at Pets Perfect we do a range of dog friendly chocolate perfect for your dog at this festive time of year All our products contain Carob also known as Locust Bean which is harvested from the fruit of the Carob Tree Carob is low in fat but high in fibre protein and vitamins It does not contain either of the toxins caffeine or theobromine which are found in normal chocolate Our range of products consists of Hatchwells selection boxes containing of a variety of delicious treats such as 6 after dinner mints 4 yule logs and a large treat bar Additionally we separately sell Hatchwells yule logs Hatchwells truffles Hatchwells after dinner mints Hatchwells chocolate Santa s GoodBoy chocolate orange minis and even real life like Hatchwells Christmas puddings and of course not forgetting the Hatchwells advent calendars all of which are tailored to your dog so they too can join in the festivities So remember human chocolate for humans and PetsPerfect chocolate treats for your dog Introducing Natural VetCare premium veterinary strength nutritional support for dog and cat health August 20 2013 How Gencon Headcollars stop your dog from pulling April 03 2013 A question we are often asked here at Petsperfect co uk is why should a person choose Gencon headcollars over any other headcollar which are on the market at the moment We put this question to Andrew owner of Gencon Ltd and this is what he said The Gencon All in 1 and Headcollars are s imply effective Come See Us at Crufts March 07 2013 We re at Crufts Come and visit us in Hall 4 Stand 82 we always love to meet our customers We have lots of new products for you to see as well as the trusty old favourites If you can t make it to Crufts don t worry as the rest of the Pets Perfect team are sending out all the orders as normal See you soon From Pets Perfect at Crufts Proud stockists of Country Pet January 30 2013 We are proud to stock the Country Pet range a well made safe and durable range

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    2014 Dogs don t sweat they pant to keep cool When they are left in cars on hot days they quickly get very hot indeed The RSPCA state that when it s 22 C 72 F outside the temperature inside a car can reach 47 C 117 F within 60 minutes That is very hot and it is not enough to leave a window open Some dogs are more prone to suffering in hot weather than others dogs with long hair or dogs with short snouts dogs on medication old dogs young dogs and fat or muscely dogs Remember that a dog shelter in the garden can get hot too and during hot weather your dog should be inside the house and of course not in the conservatory What can you do to keep him cool Plenty of water for him to drink a cooling coat or sheet a haircut for longer haired breeds at the start of summer and less exercise Remember also that a dog can suffer from sunburn if he has light coloured noses or light coloured fur on his ears A suitable pet sun cream should be applied to those places Should your dog get heatstroke then these are the symptoms to look out for vomiting diarrhoea heavy panting very red gums or tongue a rapid pulse excess salivation loss of consciousness On noticing these symptoms you should gradually reduce the dog s temperature First of all move your dog to a shady place and ring the vet Then wet the dog with cool not cold water or place the dog in front of an electric fan Give your dog small amounts of water to drink Keep wetting your dog until he has cooled but not so much that he starts to shiver Then take him

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    human chocolate is so dangerous for dogs is because chocolate is made from cocoa and cocoa beans contain caffeine and a related chemical compound called theobromine which is the real threat Theobromine increases urination affects the intestinal system nervous system brain central nervous system as well as the heart muscle According to vets no amount of chocolate is OK for your dog to consume however due to the varying levels of theobromine in different types of chocolate it means that dark chocolate and cooking baking chocolate pose the greatest risk whereas milk and white chocolate pose less of a risk It would take 20 ounces of milk chocolate to kill a 20 pound dog but only 2 ounces of cooking baking chocolate or 6 ounces of semisweet chocolate If the dog is small that could be deadly If your dog does manage to get into the chocolate cupboard and digests chocolate then after eating it they will typically develop diarrhoea and start vomiting You should take your dog to the vet as soon as possible and mention to the vet the age of your dog and they type of chocolate they ate Symptoms of theobromine poisoning generally occur within four to 24 hours after chocolate is consumed However at Pets Perfect we do a range of dog friendly chocolate perfect for your dog at this festive time of year All our products contain Carob also known as Locust Bean which is harvested from the fruit of the Carob Tree Carob is low in fat but high in fibre protein and vitamins It does not contain either of the toxins caffeine or theobromine which are found in normal chocolate Our range of products consists of Hatchwells selection boxes containing of a variety of delicious treats such as 6 after dinner mints

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