How to Clean Your Dog’s Ears

How to clean your dog's ears

How to Clean Your Dog’s Ears When confronted with a dog that needs an ear cleaning, many people want to dive right in. It’s important to remember, however, that improper grooming techniques can be highly stressful for animals, especially since they don’t know what’s going on. Here’s how to use natural dog shampoo and dog […]

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Top 5 Ingredients to Avoid in a Natural Pet Shampoo 

Natural Dog Shampoo

The Top 5 Ingredients to Avoid in a Natural Pet Shampoo In recent years, a growing percentage of pet owners are turning to natural pet shampoo options to keep their furry friends clean. While this is a fantastic trend that we at earthbath are very excited about (after all, we started making natural shampoos back […]

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What to Do if Your Cat Has Itchy Skin!

Cats with sensitive skin

Does your cat’s skin look red or is your little ball of fur always scratching? The problem might be sensitive skin. Cats are just like people and have a variety of skin types and issues. The good news is you can help treat and prevent your cat’s skin condition by using the right products. Causes […]

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What a Mess! Cleaning Up Your Pet the Easy Way

how to get your pets clean the easy way

We’ve all been there. One second your pet’s nice and clean and the next they’re a complete mess. How could something so cute, get so dirty, so quickly? They might make messes, but we still love them. Luckily, it’s easier than you might think to get them clean again. Keep the right cat or dog […]

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Dog Therapy – Helping to Heal

UCSF Dog Therapy for Children

Not long ago, the earthbath team was watching the news, and we saw a wonderful piece on Canine Companions for Independence (CCI). CCI is a nonprofit that is training therapy dogs to comfort children at the University of California San Francisco (UCSF) Benioff Children’s Hospitals as part of their Child Life Services program. The healing power […]

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Quick Clean Ups

Quick Dog Clean Up

It’s only been a few days since your pet’s last bath, but suddenly they’re covered in dirt from being outside. Or – what’s that smell? We know how time consuming a bath can be, especially with a pet that has other plans. Sometimes you just want a fuss-free, quick clean up solution to take care […]

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Happy Pet Dental Health Month!

Dog Dental Care

Plaque builds up on your dog and cat’s teeth much like it does ours. Give your fur baby a helping hand or wipe to keep their teeth clean and fresh and maintain optimal dental health. We know taking care of your pet’s teeth might not always be easy. The earlier you start, the more comfortable […]

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How having a dog can actually protect you from sneezing fits!

dog allergies

We already know that pets calm and soothe us, helping to reduce stress levels, lower our blood pressure, and also keep us in good shape (as long as we d0n’t keep couch-potatoes). As if passionate pet owners need additional convincing that dogs are good for our health, new research has found even more evidence that dogs contribute to better physical health, in the form of protection from asthma and other kinds of respiratory viruses.

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Don't forget to protect your pets on the 4th of July!

The Fourth of July holiday is right around the corner, and in all of the excitement and people-hubbub, it’s easy to forget about pets.

Fireworks can be terrifying for some cats and dogs, according to the Humane Society. Dogs and cats tend to have super-sensitive ears, and the sounds of fireworks going off can make them feel like they are under attack. They respond by retreating, hiding and worse, running away. According to Humane Society CEO Beth Ward, more dogs run away on the Fourth of July than on any other day. The Humane Society of the United States reports that animal shelters across the country are used to receiving “July 4th Dogs:” dogs who run off during fireworks celebrations and are rescued by animal control officers or helpful citizens who take them to the safety of a local shelter. To prevent your dogs from panic, we’ve compiled this list of precautions to protect your pet this Fourth of July, so everyone in your family can enjoy a fun and safe holiday!

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