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In autumn the cold weather returns... and so do the ticks!

In autumn the cold weather returns... and so do the ticks!

How do you deal with ticks, shedding and humidity this fall season? We're here to help! Here are some tips to help your dogs and cats get through this pivotal time of year.      1.  Brush your pet regularlyFor dogs and cats alike, we recommend arming yourself with your best brush to remove excess hair before a good bath.      2.  A bath before winter to help them lose their summer hair and make room for the winter hair, denser and longerFor dogs, we have THE solution! Our 100% natural solid anti-parasite shampoo with neem oil and tea tree...

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Laureen POULAIN
How do we take care for our pets with osteoarthritis?

How do we take care for our pets with osteoarthritis?

The humidity and cold are back, and so are the arthritis attacks. Unfortunately, this disease, which destroys the cartilage of our four-legged companions, is the most common disease in dogs and cats. It mainly affects the hips and elbows.The pain is accentuated when the weather is wet and cold. That's why we decided to give you some tips to relieve your dogs and cats in this autumn (and winter) period: Give him dietary supplements rich in omega 3 that participate in bone and muscle strengthening (psssttt stay tuned, our Mobility & Immunity health reward is coming soon on our website!)...

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Laureen POULAIN
Which wellness routine for my dog?

Which wellness routine for my dog?

To feel good in his paws, your dog also has the right to a beauty routine.      1. A bath every 3 months approximately Bathing your dog is very important for his well-being and for the health of his skin. The bath allows to eliminate all the foreign bodies hidden under the hair and to decrease the itching. Additional benefits can be added depending on the shampoo chosen. At Entoma PetFood, we offer 2 types of solid shampoo, vegan, 100% natural and 100% biodegradable: A moisturizing solid shampoo with coconut oil and aloe vera gel to moisturize your dog's skin and take...

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Laureen POULAIN
Am I ready to adopt?

Am I ready to adopt?

Adopting an pet must be a thoughtful act. A pet is a living being, with feelings and needs. Whether it is a dog or a cat, you must be aware of the time and money involved in an adoption. How do I know if I am ready to adopt : I have a stable income that will allow me to pay for food, veterinary fees and everything else necessary to make him happy I am aware that I will have to be patient and educate him (he/she will inevitably make mistakes, but this is part of his training) I commit...

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