In reply to Sofia.
They are no longer available the company has gone out of business.]]>
So are these life jacket no longer available? Or are they just not available in the down season?]]>
In reply to Christian roncketti.
Yes, that is to prevent algae although it does depend on your climate to a certain extend too. If you change it more often there will be a much lower likely hood of algae forming.]]>
In reply to Kelley.
You mention algae and I had heard that could kill a dog. I was wondering how long before the water should be changed to prevent that. You mention two weeks but is that to prevent algae?]]>
Sorry to hear that someone gave you a very bad hummingbird food recipe. The National Audubon Society has published for 25 years the needed ratio of sugar to water as 4 parts water to 1 part sugar. Boil the water, dissolve sugar completely. Store unused portions in refrigerator. Only clean feeders with diluted vinegar, not soap. In the summer heat the solution can turn bad in a few days, so refill more often. Do not use commercially sold nectar since it is loaded with preservatives and artificial colors that can render the tiny birds infertile. Please update your blog so as not to mislead people. Thanks So Much]]>
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In reply to tim.
It is okay for cats over 12 weeks old.]]>
Is it cat safe as well?]]>
In reply to mycatkiggy.
I agree with you completely.]]>
As Cheyenne, our 3/4 Wolf 1/4 Husky approaches her 12th B-day in November, the only question my wife, Sue and I have is….why the heck wasn’t Shed Monster around 12 years ago?!!!! Until Shed Monster, Cheyenne was very relctant to come to us every time we attempted to brush her. It got to where we only tried twice a month at most. Now, not only is the shedding process so much easier for Sue, me, and Cheyenne, our beautiful Black Wolf eagerly comes wagging her tail when she’s called for her every day brushing! Thanks Shed Monster!!!]]>
They shouldn’t be doing this to any living being period. Some of these animals had families and are not fully disclosed on what happens to their pets when left at shelters. I think more people would be alarmed if they knew of this, but most of the public only get their information from major news outlets. Put yourself in your pets place – how would you feel if you found out the meat you were eating from your grocery store contained the remains of humans. It’s disgusting and immoral.]]>
Mosquito dunks are quite safe to use in water that is also used by dogs. They contain a bacteria that kills mosquito and blackfly larvae. It is non-toxic to people and animals (though I admit, I’m not sure I would want to try drinking it myself). Alternatively, throw in a couple of goldfish fry. They will eat any bugs that land on the pool and also eat algae. You will need to scoop them out for half a day each time you change the water in the pool.]]>
In reply to Yvonne.
I am not sure, I have always dug out the crabgrass and replanted seed. As far as weeds and dandelions I usually just pull them. My yard is not very big so it works for me.]]>
my weeds, crabgrass and dandelions, are pretty much mixed in with what little “good” grass I have left and my backyard is too huge to use a hand held spray bottle. If I mix up one of these concoctions and apply with an industrial type spray bottle, will it damage my “good” grass?]]>
I love wag.com and agree with the previous poster who said that this is what true customer service is like! I have been using them since August and have not had a single problem. Everything arrives quickly and if there’s a problem, returns are free. I recently dealt with Natura Pet and their dog food recall….horrible customer service, will not purchase from Natura again…but called wag.com to let them know how one of their suppliers treated their customers. They offered a refund of my most recent purchase and a credit. I don’t feel wag.com should have to pay for someone else’s mistake, but they did. Initially they offered to pay for all food I purchased (Natura could learn a lesson here), but I felt guilty about that and declined. I also received a handwritten thank you note. What a great company!]]>