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Feeding your dog or cat a high-quality well-balanced food is one of the best things that you can do to keep your pet healthy. Happy Pet Products Wholesome All Natural Pet Food and Supplies in Mississauga has you covered!
Give your pet healthy treats you can both feel good about. From grain-free biscuits to meaty chews, small reward-style treats to bones designed for better dental health, you’ll find the perfect treat for your pet.
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It’s time to have fun with your pet. Happy Pet Products pet toys can make spending time with your furry friend even more enjoyable. We have balls, climbing structures, chew toys, outdoor games and much more!
There are a few real keys to dog training, whether you are trying to train your dog to come when called, sit, stop barking or any other behavior. Understanding their importance is critical to achieving rapid results that are long lasting and help develop the bond between you and your dog. The first is simple; […]
To have your cat come when called by name is remarkably easy though it takes an understanding of the process. Here are some tips to get you started: STEPS: 1. Talk to your cat as much as you can. Encourage her to come to you, and regularly pet her and brush her. Bonding is very […]
Of all the questions that people ask “how to become the pack leader” is the big one! This is by far the most important question how to convince your dog that you are the person in charge. Think of the pack leader as the decision maker – where you should go on the walk, how […]
Here are some tips on how to do it… 1. Avoid hitting the cats or getting your hands anywhere near their mouths. Hitting could make the situation worse and could cause the attack to be redirected toward you. 2. Spray the aggressor with a water hose. If this doesn’t make a difference, aim for the nostrils. 3. Hold […]
One of the saddest things is the number of people that misunderstand fearful dogs and in trying to make things better for their dogs they actually make it worse. Fearful dogs are nearly always lacking strong pack leaders, and their owners are often the kindest and gentlest people! They want nothing more than to see […]
Chewing on electrical cords can burn or shock your cat, causing respiratory problems, cardiac arrest and even death. Cat’s sharp teeth and their inquisitive nature can put your cat at high risk. This is especially an issue with kittens. Here’s what to do to: 1. Tape cords to the wall with electrical tape to help […]
If you want to understand how to stop dog aggression let me start by asking you two rhetorical questions! Firstly do YOU start the aggression with your dog simply joining in? Secondly does your dog listen to you just before it behaves the way it does when you try show it another way to behave? […]
Steps: 1. Take your cat to the veterinarian at least once a year for a complete physical exam, and follow your veterinarian’s advice regarding preventive health-care measures. Preventing disease and maintaining optimum health are the first steps toward a long, healthy life. 2. Spay or neuter your cat as soon as possible. Having kittens, especially […]
Separation anxiety is a very stressful behavioral issue that effects a huge percentage of the dog population, possibly as high as 14%. It is one of the most misunderstood issues with people trying to treat it by approaching it from a human point of view and failing to see the cause. The answer to how […]
Remember, if you don’t trim your cat’s nails, they will find some way to scratch them down on their own… most likely on your furniture! (This is less of an issue for outdoor cats). Trimming nails, like bathing can be a really fun, easy process if you know how. Steps to trim your cat’s nails: 1. Get […]
With a little patience and time, a feral (or wild) cat can be tamed into a loving pet. Younger cats are more apt to adjust quickly: 6-to-8-week-old kittens typically take two to three weeks to adjust to a domestic environment. Steps: 1. Enclose the cat or kitten in a small space at first’a bathroom or bed-room works best. 2. […]
There are a few secrets to toilet training although much of the emphasis will always rest with you! Here are the facts about puppy toilet training: Just as when a baby needs to go toilet they go, so it is with puppies – when a puppy needs to go they will go! So to start […]
As many as 40 percent of cat bites become infected and require medical care. This information is not intended as a substitute for professional medical advice or treatment. Steps: 1. Clean the wound immediately with lots of soap and water, rubbing alcohol, or hydrogen peroxide. 2. Put pressure on the wound to stop the bleeding. […]
One of the most common complaints is “my dog doesn’t come when I call”. Training the recall is one of the funniest of all dog-training exercises because we do so much completely wrong! Let me explain. This is what we want to achieve: When we call our dog “here Bella” we want Bella to come […]
So your older dog is toileting inside and you don’t understand why? Okay. Let me explain. First of all I should confirm that what we are talking about here is a dog that has already been toilet trained and has achieved this for a considerable period of time say more than 6 months. We also […]
Here’s what to do if you ever find yourself needing to find a lost cat… 1. Walk slowly and call out your cat’s name. A lost cat will probably not come out of hiding, but will whimper and cry. If they’ve just run out, leave the door (or wherever they left by open as they […]
Moving your cat to a new home can be a smooth transition for you and your pet. You can prevent your cat from running away if you take time to acclimate her. Before Moving: 1. Obtain a copy of your cat’s veterinary records to give to the vet in the new area. Also get a […]