Happy Toesies Tuesday!
Our Tip of the Day:When grooming your furbabies, don't forget to check those toe tufts! As I'm sure most of you know, cats and dogs, especially those with medium to long hair, have tufts of fur on the bottom of their feet, such as between the paw pads. These toe tufts sure are adorable, but also keep in mind that they could potentially be a cause for sanitary concern. After all, the feet spend a lot of time on the floor, where dirt, litter, and other debris can be found. Therefore, if your furbaby has furry toe tufts, please regularly check them to ensure that no debris is stuck in the fur and that no tangles have formed there. If you do find your furbaby's toe tufts in need of some grooming, please be cognizant of the fact that the feet, especially in kitties, can be highly sensitive areas, which can lead to discomfort during grooming. Be cautious when grooming or cleaning in such sensitive regions of your furbaby's body, or consider taking your cat or dog to a groomer or veterinarian for grooming if need be.