Duncan, a Pet Pal alum, is back after having his teeth professionally cleaned. He’s wearing the “Cone of Shame” so he won’t scratch his mouth. Pro cleanings are important to keep the mouth and teeth healthy.
Daniel C. sent a picture of his stunning one-year-old Yorkshire Terrier Pancho on the couch, his favorite spot, looking out the window.
Marilyn M. in Manchester, NH sent a picture of her Chloe relaxing on the couch.
Angie H. in Kingston, NY sent a picture of her Woofie – he is sporting some waterproof dog boots and a rain slicker!
Linda M. sent a picture of her gorgeous, smiling German Shepherd, Lucy Belle, playing in the yard with some colorful balls.
Susan K. in Rochester, NH sent a picture of her two Oriental Shorthair cats, Chloe and Dora, who appear to have merged into one.
Today’s Pet Pal is one of our Office Dogs catching a snooze.
Marjorie M. in Seabrook, TX sent a picture of Louie, her gorgeous all black Bombay cat, who is friendly and talkative. Here, he is enjoying his new bed, on the desk in Marjorie’s home office!
A reader sent a picture of her gorgeous, long-haired, green-eyed cat, Sophie, sitting on the front porch railing with beautiful, long white whiskers! Sophie’s the welcoming committee, apparently!
Naturally clean, remove odors, stains, and more.
1. To contain awful cooking odors (especially cabbage and fish), boil a cup of water in a pan on the stove and add 1 to 2 tablespoons of vinegar.
2. To create a love home aromatherapy smell, add some cinnamon or orange or lemon peels to a pan of water and vinegar, let boil. It will fill your home with a lovely scent.
3. To freshen a sink drain, pour 1/2 cup of baking soda down the drain and follow with 1 to 2 cups of vinegar. Let it bubble 5 minutes. Flush with plenty of water.
4. To clean a sink aerator, drop heated vinegar into it to flush out hard- water deposits.
5. To clean the coffeemaker, run full-strength white vinegar through a normal brew cycle, run again, stop halfway through and let sit 15 minutes, then run several cycles with plain water.
6. To remove fish or onion odor on hands, rinse them with apple cider vinegar.
7. To make your own window cleaner, add 1/2 to 1 cup of vinegar to 1 gallon of water.
8. To remove while salt rings from clay pots, wipe undiluted white vinegar over the affected areas.
9. To kill unwanted grass on sidewalks and driveways, pour full strength vinegar directly on the areas.
10. To remove hard-water stains from your dog’s water bowl, pour heated vinegar inside it.