Did you know that with roughly 76.43 million cats, the United States has more cats than any other country in the world? Are you one of millions of American households that own one or multiple cats? Probably! Furthermore close to half, between 37% and 47%, of American households in the United States own a pet dog, and usually multiple. Is yours one of them also? Again, most likely. So with all that being said, wouldn’t you agree that the United States is a country of die hard animal lovers? Of course! And in the United States, pet’s are just viewed as animals, they become integral parts of the family and contribute in many ways.
As such, pet care and health care for animals in the United States is always a top priority for responsible pet owners. And for responsible pet owners that are serious about pr
People love their pets. Approximately $60.28 billion was spent on pets in the U.S. in 2015 alone. The vast majority of pet owners (94%) say their pets make them smile more than once a day. That’s why taking proper care of pets is an important part of every owner’s life. One of the aspects of pets many owners tend to not necessarily enjoy is the shedding of fur.
Fur that’s being shed by a pet can get all over the house, clothes, and body causing discomfort and even allergies at times. Many times this is caused by things like skin irritation on dogs or cat skin allergies. Fortunately, there are a few options when it comes to natural shed control.
Whether you have an itchy cat or shedding dog, here are three things to try and attain natural shed control.
Did you know that the U.S. has over 76 million cats? That means it has more cats than any other country in the world! America loves pets, with many homes having either a dog, cat, or both, or multiple of one or the other.
Pet ownership today isn?t like it used to be. Around 100 years ago, the majority of pets would not have been seen as they are today. Cats were often barn cats, meant to catch mice that were in stables or in the home. Dogs tended to serve useful purposes — they were herding dogs or hunting dogs, etc. Even the average ?house cat? or ?house dog? was seen a bit differently than pets are today — ask an elderly person whether they ever watched a parent or grandparent drown unwanted kittens or puppies, and you might not like the answer.
Today, though, pets are an integral part o