A heavy duty woven leash for big breeds. Easy on your dog and your hands.
Oliver’s Tip: Never let your dog share a leash. If you have a dog walker, insist he uses a separate leash for your dog.
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This glove is easy to use, and a great way…
Digyton helps treat gastrointestinal disorders in pups. It tones the digestive tract and prevents flatulence, colic and abdominal discomfort.
Digyton is effective in the treatment of indigestion and dyspepsia. Dosage and use as recommended by your veterinarian.
Size: 30 ml
N-Bone Puppy Teething Ring – Chicken Flavor is a natural chew treat designed to benefit the oral health of your dog. The teething period for dogs begins once the adult teeth start to come in, which causes pain and soreness in the teeth and gums.
Peppermint, parsley and chlorophyll freshen breath, an edible digestible wheat and corn free treat for your dog that helps control plaque and tartar build up.
Oliver’s Tip: For small and young dogs pick up left over pieces of any treat.
Tractive Motion is an Activity Monitor for your pets indoors and outdoors, tracks your pet’s activity 24 hours a day and it not only gathers information about your pets movements, it includes several great sensors to collect other data. The tracker works for dogs and cats.
Let your pet graduate from Sleepyhead to Couchpotatoe! while measuring their progress with the Tractive motion. Easiest way to get your pet healthy always. With urban pet problems on the rise, (pet obesity, diabetes, kidney problems) the Tractive Motion is a great way to make sure your pet is getting the activity they need.
Oliver’s Tip: An active pet is a healthy pet.
The Agility Tunnel is easily dismantled. Tunnels build trust between dog and human, they also build confidence in the animal. Remember the goal is to keep them fit and give them the confidence to know they’ve achieved their goals. NEVER leave your dog unsupervised while using a training and agility device.
For our favourite long eared dogs, the Picnic Cocker eases their dinning experience.
Oliver’s Tip: For dogs commonly prone to ear infections. Keep an eye on ear canals and make sure they’re keept clean and dry as far as possible.