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Angry Orange fan Rebecca C. and her daughter like to raise dogs for the blind and it I hear they’ve been talking about us.==============Hi Adam, So funny, we have been talking about this product all day, in a very good way! :) My daughter and I volunteer and raise dogs for Leader Dogs for the Blind, and as we puppy raise/housebreak, you can imagine there are accidents to clean up for a while, and it smells that way. We also recently were privileged to be the host home to one of their Breeding...

Angry Orange customer La Rose recently left us the following for folksconsidering Angry Orange. Take A ChanceA little does a lot. I have a male cat who has decided that he needs to mark throughout the house. After a thorough cleaning of his areas, I spray a solution made of this oil in the area. I smell the sweet scent of oranges and NOTHING else. The cat avoids those sprayed areas as well. I wish I had found this soonerLa Rose is correct.A little Angry Orange goes a long way.Most...

Here are some common signs that could indicate your dog is in pain.  Excessive Grooming  Do you notice that they lick and lick at a specific area? Excessive grooming often happens to help soothe that particular spot. It’s natural instinct to ‘clean’ the wound or area.  Excessive Panting  Panting often happens on a hot day or after they have been running around. It’s their way of regulating body temperature. Excessive panting is often associated with stress. Ever notice your dog panting when sitting at the vet? It’s their way of...

How to get rid of dog hiccups  So how, exactly, do you treat hiccups in dogs? In most cases, the answer is “you don’t.” Hiccups generally go away on their own, and if they persist for more than a few hours, you should call your veterinarian.  There are a lot of old tales and folk remedies surrounding hiccups. Here are a couple examples: Encouraging your dog to drink water and rubbing his or her chest. While these won’t harm them, some other  strategies can.  While there is no guarantee that...

Here are a few tips to help tire out your high energy dog.  Play fetch  Bring a tennis ball or retrieving dummy and chuck it for him 10 to 20 minutes of time . Not only will he get more exercise, but he will feel even more of a bond with you.  Take him for a swim Going for a dip is great exercise, and most dogs love the water. It’s also perfect for  dogs who want to exercise more than they are able.  Play tug of war Lots of...

The best way to train your dog is, of course, not through yelling, but through positive reinforcement.

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A kitty from Bulgaria became the first cat in Eastern Europe to ever receive a pair of bionic hind legs. The black and white cat was found in a small village in North Bulgaria one day last April with severely crushed hind legs. They suspected that he was run over by a passing car or train. When they brought him to the Vet Clinic, they weren't able to salvage his legs despite all the efforts put into saving them. Without the two hind limbs, he wouldn't be able to jump or run...

Goodbyes are never easy, especially for dogs who don't know if their beloved owner is ever returning. Separation anxiety is a serious problem that can result in dogs destroying homes, making disruptive noise, or suffering depression. Preventing this condition starts in puppyhood, but for older dogs, you may need to introduce some special techniques to keep them calm when you walk out the door. These helpful tips are bought to you by Angry Orange Pet care products.