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Pet Industry Pro Reveals Ugly Dogs Repel Ticks

Ugly dogs repel ticks. I concur with this statement with a complete certainty and encourage you, Fidose of Reality readers, to adopt this mantra. Yes, ugly dogs repel ticks. "Dangerous and deadly tick diseases are becoming more and more of a concern for dog lovers, especially in the spring, summer and fall," Earth Heart founder and CEO, Vicki Rae Thorne, says. "There is only … [Read more...]

The Truth About Ticks, Fleas, and Mosquitoes

Diligent dog moms and dads know that there are at least three hidden danger that bite our pets, particularly during the spring, summer, and fall seasons. Ticks, fleas, and mosquitoes are three of the most upsetting causes of stress to pet parents in general. There are a whole host of ailments that can results as a result of the three pains in the %$#. While at a session … [Read more...]

How to Safely Prevent Fleas and Ticks on Dogs

Fleas and ticks are hungry after getting through a long, cold winter. Yes, it's that's time again: nasty critters that attach themselves to our pets and carry disease, infect pets, and can cause serious harm or worse. No one particular product is a perfect match for any particular dog. What might be advisable for your dog based on climate, proclivity to fleas and ticks due to … [Read more...]

Eight Dog Myths About Autumn Debunked

Does my dog need flea treatment in the autumn months? Pumpkins are seen everywhere in the fall— can I feed my dog pumpkin for tummy upset? These are questions dog parents start thinking about as the seasons change. However, there are many dog myths about autumn floating around on the cooler breezes. Not all things you read online are true (surprise surprise he he), but here are … [Read more...]