Category: Dogs

No one knows if their furry friend is having any kind of pain in their body because of the language barrier. But our hearts are so much more connected to them for not ignoring their issues. This is why giving and purchasing cbd oil for dogs has been proved a boom for their life. Often, due to age or arthritis, the joints start hurting and this is why this oil has proved the best option for them.

What are the best CBD Oils for dogs?

There are so many options available in them, market as a supplement for cbd oil for dogs, but one must choose the right one with all the necessary assurance attached.

  • NuLeaf Naturals: This supplement offers a natural and clean method to bring relief to the pt. It costs$39 and is certified as organic by none other than the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
  • Medterra – This oil is available in THC-free options with a lot of flavor options including beef and chicken. This concentration comes in so many different sizes and weights with every 30-milliliter bottle. It costs around $25 for the customer.

How to select the right CBD oils for dogs?

There are a lot of options available in the market but a person must select the options after considering the following points.

  • At first, the person should see that their product must not consider fungicides, solvents, or pesticides and comes with proper certification.
  • The quality is everything when it comes to these types of products so one should not run behind lower prices.
  • Then the person must have done the proper analyses of the amount of CBD present in the supplement.

As there are CBD treats available in the market for dogs but one must try to go for liquid options mainly as it is will be too easy and fast for the dogs to get the benefits from. and while going for liquid options, one can select and adjust the number of drops they want to give their dogs.

After my storeroom has been “invaded”, I decided to give my storeroom a mini makeover allowing good chi to linger. During the course, I found a rugged yet tattered box fills with files of manuscripts written during my early days as a struggling writer, still very much so today. While I was riffling through those yellowish typing papers and badly cut magazine clippings, I found a few dog articles that I had written for some children and young teens magazines. Randomly, I pick this article and I hope you enjoy reading as much as I enjoy republishing it.

Tips: One of the best ways to have kids take on more responsibilities and active roles on dog ownership, would to start them young (grade school) with easy tasks like feeding the dog and washing dog bowls. Show them how to groom the dogs with care and gradually proceed to bathing the dog.

A Young Entrepreneur

Lucky may not be a purebred dog but he had the most adorable droopy face any dog could possibly have. Not even Nicholas Cage can outclass that. Since I had lucky before I went to kindergarten, he quickly became my best playmate and buddy in no time. Lucky was a cross between a Great Dane and a German Shepherd, I think. Due to his enormous size, I was able to ride on him until I got too big and heavy.

Lucky had a long bushy tail like horses have. I had always wondered where it could possibly inherit from. Daddy had to trim his tail every couple of months before it got too messy. And I love watching Daddy doing this daunting yet attention grabbing task. Very soon, I began to master this fascinating skill; Daddy even taught me a few more tricks of perfecting it.

At about the age of ten, Daddy felt certain that I was capable to take on his role without endangering both the dog and myself, left it to my responsibility. Happily I took it with strife and modified it to my style and personality. Every weekend, I would spray paint Lucky’s tail with assorted colors and coordinate it with a handmade bowtie around his neck. After that I would parade him around the neighborhood park.

Barely a month, I was shot to fame and was labeled “Renee the Super Groomer”. Very rapidly, I started getting requests for grooming dogs’ tails.

It started with some neighborhood dogs doing two to three dogs per weekends. However as more and more satisfying customers I had, it went up to a maximum of twelve dogs per weekend. Some weekends, my daddy’s driveway would be flooded with dogs instead of cars. My big brother, Ben soon stepped in to help me with my little cash register and Mommy would take calls for appointments. Lucky, my superstar would guard the driveway for orderly manner making sure no dogs jumped queue.

My newfound business ran very smoothly for about two years and ended when I began my secondary school education. The workload and extra curriculum activities became too overwhelming for me to run my “dog grooming” business on a part-time basis.

Nonetheless, I enjoyed those entrepreneur days. I learned how to managed a business and leveraging it upon my family members. Today, I don’t spray paint my dogs’ tails any more but I give them therapeutic pawdicure instead.

Special note:

Please do not spray paint your dog’s tail or any other part of his body. This happened during the mid seventies, Internet was unheard of and not many books about dogs were written, so I was not aware of the danger of the chemical it could pose. Granted, this isn’t an excuse for not knowing. Also do not allow young children to ride on the dog. I was fortunate that Lucky was a very tame dog with a “marshmallow” heart otherwise I could have been bitten or attacked.

While certain dogs are ferocious to handle by nature of their breed, others are quite soft and docile despite having an intimidating size like the sheep dog but spraying paint can irk any of them up so it is better to avoid it even though the lethal effects of the chemical are better known now due to internet being a common thing in every household but this page would have definitely enhanced the knowledge of many individuals by now.

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