Tips for Daily Cleaning of Pets
When having a pet, there is no way to avoid the hair loss, which is found in various parts of the house. Even grooming your pet's hair every day will only ease the shedding. The environment where you have a pet is usually prone to bacteria, causing pollution to the living environment and affecting the health of your pet and your family. So doing the cleaning frequently is not only for the neat and clean environment , but also for health.
How do you usually do daily cleaning?
How to keep a pet clean
1.Clean up the pet's hair every day. Pet hair loss is normal, so a vacuum cleaner is a must. You can let the sweeping robot walk around the house a few times to clean up the hair on the floor.
2. Weekly cleaning disinfection. Usually, if not carefully cleaned, some places can not be well cleaned too, so weekly cleaning is necessary. The hair on the sofa should be well cleaned, and then wipe the floor once with the water with a pet disinfectant.
3. Keep indoor ventilation. It is best to put the pet's toilet on the balcony or near the window to facilitate the evaporation of odors, and to ensure home ventilation and fresh air.
4. Carpets and shoes are regularly disinfected. Pet owners go out every day. Their shoes will also carry bacteria and parasites, so the door carpets and shoes should also be disinfected regularly to avoid bacterial infections against the health of pets.
Deworming your pet
1. Most of the puppies have intestinal parasites, which are infected by the mother through the placenta or breast milk.
2. Parasite infections in adult dogs are usually invisible, so even if no worms are found in the feces, it should be dewormed regularly. Puppies should be dewormed for the first time at 20 days of age, once a month until they are half a year old, quarterly from half a year old, and once every six months after they become adults. It is recommended to use special deworming medicine, which is safer.
3. Regular deworming is an effective way to prevent endo-parasitic infections and can be done orally or by injection. At present, the deworming method is usually adopted when the puppy is 2 months old after weaning and synchronized with the first vaccination.
How to deal with fleas
First of all, you need to use a fast-acting dewormer for dog. Secondly, since fleas can also bite humans, you should use pet repellents and disinfectants to disinfect the place where your dog has been living to kill fleas. Finally, give your dog a bath. Fleas will quickly leave the area where there is water. In short, you should pay attention to the hygiene of your dog's living environment.
Remove the odor
1. Hair. Pets often lick own hair, but it is not very clean. On the contrary, the pet's saliva and secretion of salt mixed together will produce odor. So we will need to help the pet to clean hair. You can help it bathe or clean it with a wet towel, and be sure to blow dry in time after cleaning, otherwise it will breed more bacteria.
2. Butt. Clean pet's butt needs to be diluted with water and anti-inflammatory water (potassium chloride) and wiped with a wet towel, which will get rid of the odor.
3. Toes. Small debris caught in the toes, which it is difficult to clean up. So you should take your pet to a professional pet grooming store every two months to cut the toes and use the instrument to remove the odor.
How to deal with pet hair
1.Pet hair brush.You can use the pet brush to comb the pet's hair and then play with it, which can focu the fallen hair on the brush to reduce the burden of clothing.
2.Tape / sticky dust adhesive.
With tape can effectively and quickly stick up the hair, it is more suitable for small areas of clothing such objects. Rolling with sticky dust glue is also very convenient, rolling on the sofa, bed, the hair will be glued up!
3.Vacuum cleaner. Use a vacuum cleaner for the bed, carpet, sofa and other furniture, and then mop the floor, clean rags to wipe the table bedside, bookcases and other smooth plane, hair will have nowhere to hide.
How to deal with bad pet breath
1. Food residue inside the mouth. Owners generally do not have the habit of cleaning the mouth of their pets after feeding them, and there will inevitably be food residues left in the mouth. After feeding, you should check your pet's mouth in time. The owner can brush the pet dog's teeth after a meal.
2. Lack of vitamin B. Some pets are picky eaters and lack vitamin B in the diet, which will also cause poor teeth condition. For this reason, the owner should promptly give the pet nutrition supplement such as vitamin B.
3. Poor digestion of pets. Some pets eat irregularly, which results in the poor digest. If digestion is not good, food accumulates in the stomach, which will make pets have bad breath after a period of fermentation. So the owner should pay attention to controlling the pet's diet, do not feed too much food, and develop the habit of scientific feeding.
From the day you decide to have a pet, you are responsible for it, so treat it like your own child. Hope this article can help you take better care of your pet.