Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Great Winter Puppy Pad Uses





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Most pet owners know that puppy pads are one of the most effective ways to help potty train your pet. But some pet owners don't know that puppy pads are also a good item to have around the house to help accommodate occasional pet needs, especially in the winter.

Many dogs don't like the cold weather, especially small dogs. Smaller pets sometimes have to be dressed in warm pet clothing before going outside, however their paws can still get cold. Large amounts of snow can also inhibit smaller pets from going outside because the snow piles are taller than they are. Puppy pads are great for these situations. Pets can simply use the puppy pad and stay in the comfort and warmth of their own home,and not feel guilty about making a mess in the house.

Puppy pads can also serve a disposable door mat for your pet. Pet's paws can easily drag salt, melted snow, and even mud in the house as the snow comes and goes. Keeping a pad near the door will quickly absorb any dirt or moisture dragged in my your dog and keep it from getting on your carpets and floors.

Similarly, puppy pads, both washable and disposable can be used as pet towels for those pets who do like to roll in the snow or mud during the winter. You can simply dry off your pet with a washable or disposable puppy pad before he or she enters your home, preventing any dirt and moisture from getting in your house, while keeping your pet clean and dry. Using puppy pads for this task will keep your good towels safe from stains.

Keep your pets comfortable this winter by keeping a supply of puppy pads on hand.

About the Author: Kerry Perissi is the Founder & Vice President of MEDNET Direct, a leading provider of medical supplies as well as quality puppy pads. For more information and to shop medical supplies wholesale, please visit MEDNET Direct.

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Blogger Ann Tanner said...

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The most valued Chihuahuas weigh under 2-1/4 pounds. Some can even stand on all fours in a person’s palm! There is also a long-haired type or Chihuahua that is seen separately, but is essentially the same except for the coat. The Chihuahua is well known today as a popular, economical companion dog.

Chihuahua’s Appearance Charming Little Chis

The Chihuahua is a tiny dog with an apple-shaped head and a short pointed muzzle. It has round, very dark eyes, sometimes dark ruby or luminous in color. The large ears, which are seen as a trademark, should be held erect. Chihuahua puppies have a soft spot or “molera” on the top of the skull. The bone usually closes the gap by adulthood. The body is cobby, and the tail is curled over the back or to the side.

There are two types of Chihuahuas: the most common short-haired variety, and the long- haired type. Colors include fawn, sand, chestnut, silver and steel blue, but any color is accepted, including black & tan and parti-color. The dog is heartier than he looks. Chihuahuas have a level back, and legs that come down straight and square. Charming Little Chis

January 20, 2010 at 2:30 PM  
Blogger Stephanie said...

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January 21, 2010 at 12:38 PM  

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