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Good Dogs for Children

December 31, 2007 by · Leave a Comment 

The big day has finally arrived, a new member of the family will be joining your ranks. When you bring the little one home, you want to know you have made the right decision, are they going to fit in well with the other family members, will they be kind to everyone, will they be […]

Why Do Cats Eat Grass?

December 30, 2007 by · Leave a Comment 

By Drew Pilton Some cat owners make the mistake of preventing their cat from eating grass. There are various reasons for this, one being that they think it makes their cat ill or upsets their stomach. This is an incorrect assumption and in fact the eating of grass followed by regurgitation is a perfectly natural […]

Does Your Horse’s Saddle Fit?

December 29, 2007 by · Leave a Comment 

Is your horse exhibiting uncharacteristic performance or behavior issues? Well then, check his saddle. Badly fitting saddles account for a vast array of issues in the horse. Yet they often go undetected, either because people don’t recognize the signs and symptoms of an improperly fitting saddle, or because they have no idea how to fix […]

Let Your Cat Destroy Her Own Furniture

December 28, 2007 by · 1 Comment 

Your cat has a love-hate relationship with your furniture. She loves to scratch the furniture, but it looks like hate to you. You can end this cycle of abuse with just a little bit of understanding. Scratching comes naturally to your cat as a way to exercise, mark territory, and sharpen her claws. She only […]

Train Your Dog to get the Morning Paper

December 28, 2007 by · Leave a Comment 

Today I was just genuinely surfing the Web… linking from Problogger, spotting a name, using my intuition. Before I knew it I landed at Christina Jones’ video, and I LAUGHED!!! The video should be rated ‘T” for “Too Cute”. Thank you, Christina, for making me laugh!

Some Tips When Considering a Puppy

December 27, 2007 by · Leave a Comment 

By Kris Kibak A puppy can grow to be your best friend and a dedicated companion. However, it is important to understand what you are getting into before going out and purchasing a dog from a breeder. I have worked with dogs for some time now and feel qualified to share a few pointers. First, […]

Your Dog Is Older Now, So Treat Her With More Consideration And Respect

December 26, 2007 by · Leave a Comment 

You offer your dog shelter and food in order to keep her healthy and content. There’s also three other points that she requires in order to stay happy, fit, and improve the quality of life. Firstly, she requires day-to-day exercising to keep her body in shape. Secondly, her mind will need to be stimulated to […]

Happy Holidays

December 25, 2007 by · Leave a Comment 

The team behind wishes you very merry Happy Holidays. And, please don’t forget to treat your dog, cat or other pet this season, with some extra special ‘treats’ – such as a long walk, a super-clean kitty litter box, and some healthy snacks… Wwrroof, Miauw, Blubbup and Tweetweet!!

Great Ideas For Hamster Cages

December 24, 2007 by · Leave a Comment 

By Morgan Hamilton It is really great to have a hamster as your pet. They are very cute and they like to chew different things but especially cloth. While cats and dogs are allowed to walk freely around your home, you don’t let your hamster out of its cage. You do need to have a […]

Choosing A Bird Cage – Size Does Matter

December 23, 2007 by · Leave a Comment 

By Terry Edwards Having a pet bird certainly provides a great deal of enjoyment in our daily lives. Listening to them chirp and sing is a lot of fun for those who love birds. Along with having a pet bird comes the need in having a good quality bird cage. While you will find all […]

How to Choose an All Natural Homemade Dog Food

December 22, 2007 by · Leave a Comment 

With so many issues about commercial dog food, more and more pet owners are now switching to all natural homemade dog food. Homemade dog food is not only safe but also healthy. Choosing and preparing your own dog food are relatively easy if you know how. Here are some useful tips: Before switching to all […]

CFA – Cat Fancier’s Association, The Largest Purebred Feline Registry

December 21, 2007 by · Leave a Comment 

By Moses Wright For those in the know, the initials CFA are very important when they are looking for a cat. The initials CFA represent the Cat Fancier’s Association. For cats to be proclaimed as a pedigree, they must be certified by CFA. CFA is the largest association for the registry of purebred felines and […]

Is Your Cat Ready for Toilet Training? Here’s 5 Ways You Can Tell

December 20, 2007 by · Leave a Comment 

by: Rebecca Rescate At the end of a long day, who wants to sift through a messy litter box? Certainly not me. Up until now, the litter-box has been a necessary evil, a small price to pay for our beloved companions. But not anymore. In fact, there’s an underground alternative designed for those of us […]

What To Do In Case You Loose Your Pet

December 19, 2007 by · Leave a Comment 

By Kadence Buchanan According to the most recent Synovate pet survey (Sept. 2005), conducted in nine markets across the globe, the UK and the US were shown to be the two absolute leaders in pet ownership. But the world-wide annual statistics on missing pets are shocking. Over 10 million pets go missing every year and […]

How To Prevent And Treat A Hoof Crack

December 18, 2007 by · Leave a Comment 

For any horse hobbyist and anyone who is a caregiver of horses, hoof crack can be a very serious problem if it is not handled properly. What I have seen here in my country, the problem of hoof cracks have been decreased among trotters, because the training and racing circumstances are better for horses nowadays. […]

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