No one knows for sure, but the best estimates by geneticists say the first domestic animal was the dog and at first they were just tamed wolves. That was between 13,000 and 30,000 years ago. Through the ages, dogs have evolved into many different breeds for many different purposes. The one thing they all have …
We mostly find them indoors napping along a window sill, but cats love their exercise just as much as we do! If you’re looking for a furry friend to accompany you on adventures but you’re not much of a dog person, why not try a cat instead? Believe it or not, our tiny, domesticated lions …
Summertime and the living is easy… or it should be, anyway. When the sun turns up the heat, finding things to do that are fun and safe is sometimes a challenge. Here are 12 activities we recommend that will make this the best summer ever for you and your fur buddy. Go take a hike! …
If there’s one thing that dogs know how to do instinctively, it is playing around in places that are less-than-hygienic.Milo probably just loves digging in mud or splashing around in puddles. This is him playing, so he isn’t thinking about the hygiene implication.Therefore, the onus is on you as a great dog parent to keep …
Walking your dog every day isn’t just about allowing them to take in the sights outdoors. It is a requirement for their overall health and well-being.Walks present an opportunity for physical exercise which your pet needs, and is pretty good for you too. When walking Bella, here are some essential tips to note: Allow Sniffing! …
Cat Supplies and Accessories
Training Resource Kit – Includes a toll-free number for professional consultation and a training DVD.
Puppy Training Kennel – Aids with housebreaking as kittens are denning animals by nature and want to keep the area where they eat and sleep clean. Kennels can also prevent destructive behaviors when you’re not home.
Crate Wear – Provides a den atmosphere.
Housebreaking Aids – A scented spray attracts kittens to acceptable elimination areas. Positive reinforcement when training and creating desirable housebreaking behaviors.
Deterrents or Repellents – Helps keep kitten away from specific items and areas (chewing, biting, and establishing boundaries).
Behavior Modification Tools, Training information, breed information & instructions for ongoing care.
Brush & Comb – Good brushing habits keep your kitten’s coat healthy and reduces unwanted shedding. Great socialization activity.
Shed Reducer – Food supplement to reduce shedding.
Nail Clippers & File – Start nail trimming habits early and keep nails short and smooth on a regular basis.
Styptic Powder – Will stop bleeding quickly and relieves the pain if a nail is cut too short.
Stain and Odor Remover – Enzymatically breaks down organic stains that attract the cat back to the same areas.
Tear Stain Remover & Ear Cleaner – Keeps eyes and ears clean to prevent infection and stains.
Flea & Tick Product – Prevents and eliminates flea and tick outbreaks.
Water Bottle – The most sanitary option for providing water in a kitten’s kennel.
Food and Water Bowls – Containers for kitten to eat and drink from. Stainless steel and ceramic are the most durable and hardest to tip over.
Cat Bed – A comfortable place for your cat or kitten to sleep and rest.
Identification Tag – To assist in the recovery of your pet if he is lost.
Premium Grade Cat Food – Ensures proper nutrition–check for quality ingredients. We feed and recommend Health Extensions brand cat and kitten food and supplements!
Appetite Stimulant – High-calorie dietary supplement. Extremely important during environmental changes. Encourages good eating habits and combats hypoglycemia.