What Can I Do to Prevent Sniffling and Sneezing in My Kittens? Jul 25 2014
1. Prevent exposure to infected cats. 2. Speak with your vet to vaccinate against diseases (when possible) that are most prevalent in your immediate area. 3. Support the immune system and natural resistance: • Properly balance the diet especially taurine • Use immune supportive supplements eg. Missing Link, Transfer Factor, Nu-Cat • Maintain internal and external parasite control •
Reduce environmental stress or discomfort eg. crowding
How does it work? When your dog licks the lever fresh, clean drinking water flows directly into it's mouth. Once your dog stops, it shuts off automatically.
Fast and Easy training: Screw your dog waterer onto an outdoor faucet. Turn the faucet on all the way and press on the lever to show your dog how it works. Your dog will see the water come out and start drinking.
If your dog does not start drinking immediately, try unscrewing the waterer a bit so water leaks from around the faucet and your dog will be attracted to the water. Remove other sources of water. After several hours demonstrate for your dog again. You can also smear peanut butter or soft cheese on the lever to encourage your dog to lick it.
Once your dog is trained, tighten the waterer securely onto the fauct.
Always make sure your dog waterer is working and your dog knows how to use it before leaving your dog alone.
Faucet Waterer for Outdoor Dogs
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