Simple Life Hacks Dog Owners HAVE To Know In 2021

Owning a dog isn't as tough as it seems. Here are 5 genius yet simple hacks that will change your life as a pet pawrent!

Place A Tennis Ball In Food Bowl

Is your dog eating too fast?
When dogs gulp their meal too quickly, they swallow air along with their food. Food and air expand in the stomach, causing pain and discomfort. This can cause your dog to vomit or regurgitate, leading to serious conditions like gastric dilatation-volvulus, also known as "bloat".
The solution?

Slow them down by dropping a tennis ball into their dish or using a muffin tin to spread out your dog food into smaller portions!


Squeeze Some Doggy Toothpaste On Chew Toy 

Throw your dog toothbrushes away and coat your dog’s favorite chew toy with toothpaste instead! Play tug of war or simply leave the toy with your dog and the intense chewing will give your fur kid fresh doggy breath in no time.


Mix A Pinch of Parsley In Your Dog’s Food

If you've noticed bad breath in your pup, you probably wouldn't want them licking or coming too close to your face.

A simple way to improve your dog’s intolerable breath would be to use parsley. Add a small amount of parsley to your dog’s food and the natural breath freshener will be able to reduce some of the stale smell coming from your dog’s mouth. Simple, isn’t it?

Make Tasty Homemade Frozen Treat

Want to pamper your dog with some healthy and tasty treats? You can make delicious frozen treats for your dog by simply pouring chicken stock into an ice cube tray and freezing it. You can even add a small dog treat into each cube to make it more enjoyable!

 Besides chicken stock, you can also make frozen pumpkin juice ice cubes that can prevent constipation in dogs. Watermelon juice that is free of seeds is another tasty option as well!

Use Vinegar & Baking Soda To Clean Urine

When your dog urinates indoors, wiping up the stain isn’t enough because your dog can still sniff out the exact spot of its crime scene and you can expect them to toilet there again in the future. Do not worry, there is a simple way you can make your own odor remover! Using paper towels, soak up the mess and then spray the area with a mix of vinegar and baking soda, while allowing it to soak for 15 minutes. After that, absorb up the remaining moisture with more paper towels and sprinkle with baking soda and let it dry.


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