An Easy Step by Step Tutorial on How to Clean a Stinky Dog

An Easy Step by Step Tutorial on How to Clean a Stinky Dog

Read this tutorial on how to clean a stinky dog. With these easy instructions on how to clean the dog, your dog will smell much better, and look much cleaner. Sometimes I have to wonder where to start when my dog really stinks. Warning, the following wet dog pictures are pretty pathetic and adorable. Jade never fully appreciates the bath tub, as given away by her facial expressions. After the bath when she was being brushed out, she was more relaxed than I have ever seen her. First there is an easy step by step tutorial on how to clean a stinky dog. Then you will see 9 must haves for a luxurious dog bath. Prepare to get wet and wild. Here are step by step instructions to on how to clean a stinky dog: 1) Make sure the water is tempid. Hot water can easily burn your dog, while cold water can be extremely uncomfortable. 2) Trim the nails. Trim your dog’s nails before the bath or set down a towel in the tub to ensure your pet has secure footing during the bath. 3) Wet your pet's coat and lather up! There are a variety of shampoos that can be used on your dog. Today I am using Rockin Paws shampoo. I like this brand because it is a sulfate-free formula. When it is paired with the other Rockin Paws products, it leaves Jade’s fur softer and slicker than our satin bedsheets. My husband has not stopped complimenting Jade’s fur since her bath this weekend. Instructions change based on what type of shampoo you use. Sulfate in...
Fresh and Light Smoothie- Travel Animal Doctor

Fresh and Light Smoothie- Travel Animal Doctor

Fresh and Light Smoothie – Travel Animal Doctor Healthy Vegetarian Fresh and Light Smoothie Recipe at Travel Animal Doctor As the adage goes, an apple a day keeps the doctor away.  I generally do not like eating apples, so incorporating them into a smoothie is the perfect solution. According to an article in Livescience, apples are so healthy, that they can lessen the effects of Alzheimer’s Disease and asthma. Additional benefits of apples include bone health, gastrointestinal protection and weight management. Apples are an incredible source of Vitamin C especially the apple skin. One important fact to remember about apples are that the seeds (called pips) contain cyanide.  The cyanide toxin can harm cats, dogs and horses. According to ASPCA, the leaves, seeds, and stems of apples contain cyanide, and are especially toxic during the wilting process. Above is a collage of pictures taken while Travel Animal Doctor made her latest fresh and light smoothie.   Chia seeds have higher antioxidant properties than blueberries and are a nutritiously delicious ingredient in this fresh and light smoothie from Travel Animal Doctor.   Above are some of the ingredients of Travel Animal Doctor’s fresh and light smoothie.    Here is the finished product, the Fresh and Light Smoothie from Travel Animal Doctor. Ingredients Ice 1/2 of an avocado 1 slice of cucumber 1 tsp of chia seeds 1/2 of a lemon 1/2 of a banana 2 apples 2 Tbs. lemon or lime juice 3 Tbs. Plain greek yogurt 1/2 c. almond milk    One for you and one for your friend. Directions 1) Combine avocado, celery, cucumber, chia seeds, lemon, banana,...
Quick Summary of Harvest for Hope by Dr. Jane Goodall

Quick Summary of Harvest for Hope by Dr. Jane Goodall

Quick Summary of Harvest for Hope by Dr. Jane Goodall Harvest for Hope is a book about our food in a world where large corporations are taking over and endangering our lives with food pollution and disease. The Summary Our poor eating habits are hard to correct when corn syrup is in almost all of our foods, GMO is in almost all of our corn crops within the United States, and all of our water sources are being polluted. Dr. Jane Goodall explains the issues in easy to understand terms, and offers plenty of guidance to make better, more educated and mindful decisions on where, and what we eat. By following her instructions, we are promising our families healthier and longer lives. The most critical piece of advice in Harvest for Hope that was offered was to eat seasonally and locally. Coffee Drinkers When buying imports, it is important to buy fair trade and organic as often as possible. As an avid coffee drinker, it was helpful to learn that by buying “shade grown” coffee, certified organic, and fair trade coffee, I can drink more ethically. In doing so, I can reduce chemicals affecting the planet a cup at a time.   Disease In Harvest for Hope, Dr. Jane Goodall also mentions the rising epidemics of obesity and type 2 diabetes within the United States. Our families and children are being poisoned by the quality of food in our country. Harvest for Hope addresses the issue of food being produced cheaply with horrible nutritional value. I read that the way that this food is marketed to children is unethical, which I have to...
A New Director at Travel Animal Doctor

A New Director at Travel Animal Doctor

Hi, Jessica here, writing about the training of a new director here at Travel Animal Doctor. New Director Signing In Jade has agreed to take over my blogging responsibilities while I tend to some other tasks at hand. She is the smartest dog I have had the honor of knowing (no biases at all coming from her humom 😉), and I believe my shoes will be filled very easily. She will be publishing my articles and writing some of her own. Please give Jade some patience as this will be the first time that it is her primary responsibility to take over the Travel Animal Doctor blog. Congratulations Jade As Jade’s mind is very versatile there is no telling what she is going to write about, but we are eager to see. Without further adieu, meet our “We’ve Got Personality” news reporter, Jade. Congratulations on your promotion here at Travel Animal Doctor, Jade! Jade’s Induction Hi guys, thanks for reading this important news update here at Travel Animal Doctor. While my humom is doing her thing, I will be sure to fulfill her professional Travel Animal Doctor blog terms. We will still be submitting a Tantalizing Tuesday vegetarian or vegan human recipe. I will also do my best to publish Travel Animal Doctor updates and articles on Wednesday’s and Thursday’s. Human Lives are Short; Mine is Shorter Humom may be on the road for a short time here soon. I was discussing with her that if she hopes to live until at least 85 and my average life span is 12 in human years, my time goes by seven times as...
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