We’ve all seen cats climb up trees, scratch on posts, and claw up our furniture, but why don’t dogs exhibit such behaviors? When you think about it, dogs don’t seem to use their claws that much at all. What is
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Find everything you wanted to know (or perhaps didn't want to know) about your pet's poop. Learn the science, the history and some helpful tips related to the bathroom habits of your beloved dogs and cats.
Determining the Dog’s Earliest Ancestors Ever wonder how the pet dog became the first domesticated animal? Although it may be hard to believe, what we would consider the true early ancestors of man’s best friend goes all the way back
Thousands of deodorizers and air fresheners are advertised on the market every year, unfortunately most of these products don’t clean the source of the odor, but rather mask its scent. That nice fruity or floral scent you just sprayed is
Let’s take a look at some of the dung you may be finding in your yard and see what types of wildlife are living near you. Rabbit Most likely those little balls of poop you are finding on the ground
Dogs produce an average of 400-800mL of urine per day, most of which is going in our backyard. Are all of us dog lovers destined to have hideous, patchy lawns for all eternity or is there an easy fix we
Your poor pup might be taking all the blame, but the truth is those yellow spots in your yard can occur whether or not you even own dogs. There’s no arguing that your dog’s pee contains nitrogen that, when released
Dogs have been human companions for thousands of years, yet amazingly it wasn’t until the late 1970’s when America’s dog population reached a new high that pet waste laws were introduced, enforcing owners to pick up after their dog. Since
This contest officially ended on October 31st, 2016 Our 2nd Annual DOGGONE SCARY Online Pet Costume Contest sponsored by Pet Poo Skiddoo, #1 pet waste removal company in Western North Carolina. Prize: The winner will receive one free month of yard
Dog ownership is a beautiful and rewarding thing, but one of the most frustrating challenges that can come along with that is when your dog starts peeing inside the house. When a well potty trained dog suddenly begins exhibiting this
The 1970’s. Why didn’t people pick up after their dog? How do you make someone perform such a foul task when they’ve never had to do it before? Before Dogs Were a Problem Taking a look back at the 1800s,