Monthly Archives: January 2019
Posted: January 22, 2019
A new and improved chuckanddons.com is here.
Combined for Ease
All your pet care is in one place. We combined chuckanddons.com and chuckanddonsdelivers.com into one powerful, easy-to-use website. By combining our websites, you’ll find all your shopping, events, store information and Chuck & Don’s news at chuckanddons.com.
Quickly browse categories, see recommended items and find the perfect new toy, treat or food to give to your beloved family member.
With an updated checkout, it's even easier to give your pet the best.
Create a Wishlist
It’s never too early to start looking for the next way to spoil your pet. Or, to prepare for a future pet. Create a wishlist to remember your favorite items and plan for the future.
Manage Your Account
Update your information, preferences and more through your account.
See our frequently asked
Posted: January 22, 2019
Will my login be the same on the new website?
Yes, all of your login information will be the same. You'll simply need to reset your password the first time you log into our new website. See directions below on how to reset your password.
How do I reset my password?
- Go to www.chuckanddons.com and click “My Account” in the top right of the screen
- Select “Forgot Your Password?” to reset your password.
- Enter your email, type in the numbers from the Captcha and click “Reset My Password”
- Open your email and follow the instructions in the email to finish resetting your password
How do I update my credit card information?
- If you haven't reset your password, use the directions above to create a new password
- From chuckanddons.com, click “My Account” and sign in using your new password
- From your dashboard, check that you have an address under "D
Proper dental hygiene is just as important for pets as it is for humans.
Like us, pets develop periodontal disease. Pet parents need to work with their veterinarian to prevent it or detect it in the early stages. As it advances, it can cause intense pain and severe problems associated with kidney, liver and heart muscles.
What is periodontal disease?
Periodontal disease is a bacterial infection of the teeth and tissues, above and below the gum line. It starts as a bacterial film called plaque. As the bacteria attaches to the teeth, it hardens if it isn't brushed off or rubbed off by chews or hard food. In a few days, plaque can harden into calculus, furthering gingivitis. The combination of infection and inflammation can lead to bone loss in the jaw, loose teeth and chronic pain.
Dogs and cats are excellent at hiding periodontal disease, but some signs include bad breath, only eating on one side of the mouth, no longer wanting to chew on
Posted: January 15, 2019Categories: Ask Chuck
- Gather your supplies. First, you’ll need a nail clipper. You can use a nail clipper for humans or one designed for cats or small animals. Second, you’ll need styptic powder. The powder quickly stops bleeding in case you cut the nail too short.
Your sweetest friend deserves extra love on Valentine’s Day.
Everyone wants to look their best on Valentine’s Day. Add a Huxley & Kent bow tie or flower to spruce up any outfit. Complete the look with a red collar, harness or leash. For red-to-toe look, add fleece-lined Canada Pooch wellies to protect your dog’s paws from salt, cold and winter conditions.
Valentine’s Day isn’t complete without a few extra goodies to munch on. For dessert-loving dogs, treat them with Puppy Scoops ice cream for dogs. Add extra crunch on top by crumbling Mutt Mallows, Wild Meadow Farms jerky treats or freeze-dried kibble on top.
If you want a simple solution, find a cute heart-shaped treat that’s the right shape and siz