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The Itchy Season For Pets Is Here

2nd September 2011

The Itchy Season For Pets Is Here

Spring is here and the warmer weather often means that pets are spending more time in the garden soaking up the sun or being taken on walks through parks where plants, flowers and weeds are flourishing.

It’s this time of year where many pets start to show signs of allergies or skin irritations. Snooty Paws online pet boutique stocks a pet health care range which offers high quality products from manufacturers such as PAW by Blackmores to help improve and maintain the health of our pets.

The PAW by Blackmores range includes skin health supplements, joint health Osteocare chews for dogs or powder for cats and active pet chews containing key nutrients for everyday health. Prices start from $25.

Manuka wound gel $16 for 30gm is also now available for pets. It is the dressing of choice by vets for wound cleaning + protection. It helps remove barriers to healing + stimulates the healing process. It is made from natural ingredients such honey, natural oils and seaweed derived hydrocolloids to enhance the honey’s properties as a wound dressing.

Snooty Paws also has a wide range of grooming essentials to keep your pet smelling fresh and looking great with Australian made dog shampoos and conditioners fragranced with essential oils, grooming sets, aromatherapy pet sprays and microfiber drying towels.

Available online from Snooty Paws luxury pet boutique, www.SnootyPaws.com.au.


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