Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Keep Your Dog Clean Without Having To Give Them A Bath

More dogs mean more dirt. Whether you keep a pug or a Labrador, you need to be responsible enough to maintain the dog. Many dogs might not like having a bath, but still, they need to be clean. 

This is important as dogs might leave an odor or their furry skin might become a playground for ticks and lice. So yes, dogs need not fear to go for the haunting and dreaded activity called bath time with such tips that can help them be clean otherwise too.


Obviously, this does not mean that you are free from giving your pets a bath at all. But here are some strategies withsome luxury dog accessories can help your dog sport a clean when bathing isn’t required.

Keep the Surroundings Clean

Living in a clean environment, your dog will start valuing cleanliness. You also need to ensure that his stuff is clean always. This includes everything from his mattress to his chew toys to his food plate. This would prevent accumulation of dirt. Simple cleaners, which do not cause allegories to your dog, are great products for keeping your dogs’ toys and clothes clean.



Grooming your pet’s hair is required to keep the fur healthy and free from fleas. Various brushes for grooming the hair and tools for de-shedding are available. Shedding of hair can be troublesome even for you as the dog would leave trails of hair all over your house. Often such tools have small high quality stainless steel blades to maintain the length of the dog’s hair and keep their coat shiny and healthy.

Dental hygiene

Your pooch needs to take care of his teeth too. To maintain their oral health, you can always use toothbrushes that are different for different breeds of dogs. Such oral care kits also include oral care water additives, and sometimes even chews can prove to be useful in keeping the dog’s teeth clean. 

There are certain dental chews for dogs which help to freshen up the dog’s mouth from inside out. Bad breath is also an issue among many pets. For this, you can use products like the Instant Fresh Breath Foam. This not only gives your dog a fresh, fragrant mouth but also loosens plaque. The foams got a good taste, so it’s totally pet-friendly.



Pet wipes are a quintessential part of the pet grooming kit. Dogs are messy creatures, so these wipes come handy when you need to clean them without a proper bath. A company called John Paul makes great wipes catering to different needs of dogs. 

There are ear and eye wipes and tooth and gum wipes. Then there are biodegradable pet wipes are useful for removing dirt from the dog’s coat and paws after they come from a walk or playing outside.

Hence, you can use such products and techniques to keep your little family member healthy and fresh, and he wouldn’t have to crib much for bathing. You can find all the products you require at Posh Puppies Boutique’s website or at the store!

Easy Ways to Dress up Your Pet for Every Occasion

Dogs are a human’s best friend. Simply keeping your dog happy will not cut it for most us, we need to see them dressed and are driven by the passion of finding the most comfortable clothes or apparel for our pets.With dogs, it is especially easy. A number stores and websites offer you the choice of many apparel options for your dog to look pretty in! Ours is one such website, and here are a few great ways and ideas to fix up the perfect outfit for your dog:


Formal Party Apparel
Need to go to a formal black dress and black tie party and want to bring your dog along? Well, worry not; dress up your dog in the aptest fashion with the help of a vest and suit specially designed for such purposes.

Casual day-out Apparel
Leaving for an appointment at your favorite spa or going out for a beer with your friends and you are in no mood to leave your adorable dog behind? Dress your pet in cool vintage t-shirts or in a pair of polo t-shirts especially suitable for larger dogs and take them out!


Saturday Night Party
Going out to friend’s place for a party and do not know what to dress your dog in? Here is a quick tip- add a scarf and a hat to your dog’s image. To top it off look for a beautiful designer dog clothes for your female dog or dress your dog in t-shirts and pants!

Winter Night-Out
Going out for a stroll or looking to have dinner on a winter’s night and don’t know what will keep your dog warm? Dress your dog in the most fashionable sweater, be it with cool characters on it or simple textured design, your dog will definitely feel warmer!

Rainy Day-Out
Pouring rain outside and you have to go out to enjoy, but can’t leave your dog behind? Grab a pair of shoes for your dog and leave your house with no worries. You could even make a DIY raincoat for your pet from older raincoats!

For the Princess in your Dog
Dogs require pampering too! And what another way to pamper your princess of a dog than getting them the best frilly dresses and tutus! Your dog is definitely going to give you a lick or two after getting beautiful dresses!

For your Dog’s Cool Side
Want to keep your dog warm as well as make them look cool? Get them the trendiest sweatshirts and hoodies. Get solids, or with pretty characters on them, your dog will look awesome in it regardless!

The after shower Needs
Tired of letting your dog go out without apt clothes after a shower? Pamper them with the softest dog robes and PJs! Choose the color you like, with the design which suits your dog’s personality!


Dogs love to dress as much as we do! Grab the dog clothes for your dog with our website and make your dog stylishly comfortable!

Thursday, March 8, 2018

Protecting Pets From Pesky Outdoor Threats This Spring

After facing one of the harshest winters parts of North America 
have ever experienced, many people are sighing a gasp of relief 
given the onset of spring.  Even though we’ll be seeing rising
 temperatures andthe arrival of new life, we may also experience
 some aggressive behaviors when it comes to mothers of outdoor
 critters who are protecting their newborns and their nest.

For example, otherwise docile creatures like possums are easily 
frightened by the mere presence or scent of our pets, especially 
dogs and cats. But when our domesticated animals get too close
 to their youngers or a perceived domicile, they will go into full-on 
protective mode. Possums, raccoons, rats, even bats and other
 flying threats from above can potentially injure and often carry 
dangerous communicable diseases that are a danger to our
 four-legged friends.

Recognizing Real Wildlife Worries

There’s a variety of unusual urban legends out there when it
 comes to wildlife and the real (or imagined) danger they may 
pose to our pets. For instance, we’ve seen some examples in
 the media and in movies when a hawk, eagle or other bird of prey 
arrives and on scene and carries off a small pet. While this is 
highly unlikely, it’s still a remote possibility for a much smaller dog,
 cat and especially newborn puppies and kittens.

This is the reason why we don’t let these newcomers stray too 
far from the warmth, safety and security of their mother’s side. 
Even the maternal instinct of the recent mom gives protection
 to her litter when she won’t let her youngsters go any further
 than her immediate sight and surroundings during their first
 few weeks of life.

Trimming The Yard Fantastic

Another way we can keep wildlife at bay and away from our pets
 is to prevent them from making our own outdoor areas attractive 
to them when it comes to their nesting and feeding behaviors. 
Once spring has sprung, these potentially dangerous critters will 
make some of our exterior spaces their own places and create a
 home for themselves.

But we can easily deter them by:

- Keeping bushes, shrubbery and other foliage bordering our 
property lines well-trimmed, cut back, clear of debris and other
 rubbish attracting certain critters to settle in without our 

- Making sure our gardens are properly fenced and taking extra 
precautions during planting time. Some of these critters will either
steal the seeds, dig up the beds or sense this as a future food 
source without appropriate protection in place.

-Recognizing how low-lying tree branches encroach upon
 our houses and gives animals access with these limbs left 
untrimmed. It’s like an open invitation to come hang out in our 
attic, chimneys or other parts of our exterior houses that are 
actually indoor spaces.

-Keeping an eye on our fencing if our pets use gardens, 
backyards and other exterior areas we perceive as being safe.
 Watch for loose boards, faulty hinges, holes, failing latches and 
other possible entry points for trespassing predators.

The reason many of us have cats is because they tend to keep 
rodents and other critters away from our house. Even rat terriers,
 by their very nature perform the same task. But on the other hand,
 think twice when you see your kitty or doggie bring home a rat, 
mouse, mole or other nuisance creature.

Take It Away - It’s NOT A Happy Meal

While we may have a mouser in our house, if they catch
 and then eventually consume a rodent, it could literally be
 the death of them. Other people, they’re often our neighbors
 or nearby businesses, may be putting out poisons to kill these
 pesky animals without knowing or understanding some of the
 consequences of their actions.

Whether they’re our beloved pets or become potential predators
 themselves, once either one of them capture and consume these 
critters potentially laced with poison, they’re at a high risk from
 succumbing to these types of deadly ingredients. Keep an extra 
watchful eye on your dogs and cats this spring to keep them from
 becoming an unlikely victim to these types of threats during 
warmer months.