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Love Your Pet
Everyone at high4pets is completely committed to the health and well being of pets as well as to enviromental protection. This is why we are determined to help that your beloved pet friend leads a full and healthy life, and try to entertain them with our specially designed, handmade, recycled high4pets pet toys.
Tips From The Experts
”It’s no secret that having a small dog can make dog care easier when living in a city and working every day, but if your four-legged friend is a larger pet, the most important piece of dog information to remember is that you’ll have to walk or jog your pet often. Any pet can happily live in any home so long as the space provides shelter, warmth, food, exercise, and love.” – Chris Brown
Pets need chewing, especially if they are teething. But most of them keep this habit in their entire life. Give chew toys for the help to keep your personal belongings whole. If the chew toy run-down replace it immediately to a new one! Try our recycled udder rubber dog toys with the special “dairy farm” scent what makes them irresistible!
No worse than a bored pet! Go out with your dog as many times as possible. Try to customise it to your dog’s needs. Dog parks are often a godsend for busy professionals. On days, that you don’t have time to walk, you can often find a half hour to sit on a bench with a laptop and let your dog socialize and play with other dogs. Be sure that you keep an eye on your dog, and never leave your dog at the park unattended. Dog walks are an excellent way for your pet to gain some much needed exercise. When you get home, your dog will be happy and relaxed, allowing you to focus on your daily evening tasks.
Health & Happiness
Regular vaccination and protection against parasites helps to prevent the serious health situations. Dogs and cats communicate with us, even they do not speak. If your pet’s behaviour changes, worth to check her by a vet!