Similar to us, some of our cats and dogs have sensitive stomachs. The common misconception is that dogs can eat anything. Sure, there’ll be times that your dog gets into the garbage or raids your pantry, but the reality is that there are a number of foods that are really bad for them. Cats can develop sensitive stomachs for a number of reasons. Reactions to ingredients in their cat food is the most common cause. To learn more about what to feed dogs and cats with sensitive stomachs, visit petbarn.com.au/petspot. #dogsofinstagram#catsofinstagram#pethealth#petcare#Petbarn
Trying Natural Care brand Flea and Tick Drops on Widget 🐶 tonight. It’s made with clove, thyme, and cinnamon oils. Let’s hope this works. The Hartz UltraCare treatment we tried at the beginning of the season didn’t work very well.
Widget does smell nice now. Ha!
Have you tried Natural Care products?