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During holidays it seems that we sometimes forget about the pets. It is best to include the dogs and cats in the holiday festivities and keep them safe from dangerous foods and decorations.
Published by Susan Lee 79 months ago in Pets & Family | +1 votes | 0 comments
Once you know what breed of dog you want to add to the family, the next consideration is where to find that new family member. It is important that you do your research and know how to choose a good reputable breeder for your next dog.
Published by Susan Lee 80 months ago in Pets & Family | +0 votes | 0 comments
Choosing a doctor for your dog should take as much thought as choosing your own doctor. Your pet's health will be in his hands. There are questions and concerns you need to consider when choosing a veterinarian for your dog.
Published by Susan Lee 80 months ago in Pets & Family | +3 votes | 1 comments
Animal hoarding is a big problem in the country and if we can be more aware of it, there may be ways we can help or get help for the hoarders and the animals therein. Awareness is number one in helping and know what you can do to help the hoarder who thinks he really is loving these "abused" animals.
Published by Susan Lee 80 months ago in Pets & Family | +2 votes | 0 comments
Adopting a pet is a huge responsibility. Before adopting a pet, it is important for you to answer a list of questions and concerns and do your research. Contemplate the answers to these questions as to the right dog that you want to bring into your home and family.
Published by Susan Lee 80 months ago in Pets & Family | +0 votes | 0 comments
Most people leave it up to the professionals to groom their pets. Some pet parents try and save money by doing it themselves. In order to groom your own pet it is important that you have the right clippers and learn how to use them and the oster blades.
Published by Susan Lee 80 months ago in Pets & Family | +0 votes | 0 comments
Many homes have multiple pets. In fact, dogs and cats can live quite well together. Most dogs, especially puppies learn easily how to fit well in the family though cats may need a little more training and socializing.
Published by Susan Lee 80 months ago in Pets & Family | +1 votes | 0 comments
Your indoor kitty is no threat to your unborn or newborn baby and there is no reason that you have to get rid of your kitty.
Published by Jerry Walch 80 months ago in Pets & Family | +4 votes | 9 comments
How long can I leave my cat home alone? How long can I leave a puppy home alone? How long can a dog stay home by itself? How long can birds stay home by themselves? How often do pets need pet sitters? If I go away for a weekend will my cat be fine home alone? Can I leave my rabbit home alone for a few days while I am on holiday?
Published by Kaleidoscope Acres 81 months ago in Pets & Family | +12 votes | 6 comments
Adopting the perfect family pet is easy if you follow these ten tips.
Published by Jerry Walch 81 months ago in Pets & Family | +8 votes | 6 comments
The kinds of parasites that can affect your dog or cat.
Published by Andrea Gabaldon 81 months ago in Pets & Family | +0 votes | 0 comments
Aquarium owners need to test the water regularly for ammonia and nitrites. The use of ammonia reduction products can neutralize toxic ammonia in a saltwater aquarium especially when fishes show symptoms of distress like rapid breathing and erratic swimming.
Published by Marky Chavez 82 months ago in Pets & Family | +1 votes | 1 comments
It is sometimes difficult, when you have a bird, to determine its sex. If you wish to breed your canary bird, there are numerous ways to tell if yours is a female or male bird.
Published by Susan Lee 82 months ago in Pets & Family | +0 votes | 0 comments
If you are interested in breeding your chinchilla, it is necessary to be able to determine its sex. It is easy to be able to distinguish between the male and the female
Published by Susan Lee 82 months ago in Pets & Family | +1 votes | 1 comments
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