10. Make a DIY Doggy Hammock to Protect Your Car
The extreme mess dogs make in our cars is perhaps one of the most inconvenient parts about owning a dog. The hair sticks, the dirt seems constant and if you clean it once and it’s usually ruined again the next day. This DIY doggy hammock will save you SO much time and effort.
11. Tick Removal 101
Ticks can be extremely dangerous if not found promptly and removed correctly. According to Google, there are hundreds of ‘tricks’ to removing ticks, but how many of the actually work? A sure fire way to remove a tick effectively and safely is simply by grabbing your tweezers and pulling the tick out by the section where the head and body meet. Be careful to remove the entire thing as the head can still function without the body and cause an infection.
12. Use a Pool Noodle Sling For Older Pups
With many older pups, problems often start with the hind legs as they grow weaker and more fragile. Help your dog with basic activities such as going to the toilet by making a sling for it. Simply cut a pool noodle down to size to fit comfortably under their hips and thread a rope through it. This way you can hold it up, giving them support when they need it most.