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To Chip Or Not To Chip (That Is The Question)

February 28, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

If you’ve ever experienced the pain and guilt, even momentarily, of a pet being lost, then you’ve probably considered becoming a “chipper”-a “Microchipper”, that is. For the purpose of our definition, and since we made up the term, “Microchippers” are pet owners who deem that collars are too easy to lose, while tattoos are too […]

Pet Health Insurance Explained

February 27, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

By Grant Copland Pet health insurance is simple, affordable solution for those owners who love their pets but is concerned about the financial hardship of high-quality pet care. It brings peace of mind, protecting you and your beloved pet from the inevitable and the unexpected. It is still relatively new, and many pet owners are […]

Dog And Pet Insurance – How Much Does It Realy Cost?

February 25, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

Dog insurance can be a complicated matter for some, but it needn’t be anymore… Most dog owners spend on average $479 on pet bills in one year alone with the price rising more and more each year. Dogs are one of the most expensive dogs to keep and within minutes of your dog having an […]

Choosing The Best Pets For Kids

February 23, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

By Larry Chamberlain “Can I have a puppy? Please, oh please, I’ll take care of it and look after it and everything.” Just what do you say to your kids when they ask for a pet? It is perfectly true that growing up with a family pet can teach children responsibility and to develop their […]

Dog Air Travel – Tips for Traveling by Airplane With Your Lovable Dog

February 21, 2008 by · 1 Comment 

By John Hinkley Luckily for dog owners, these animals travel by air better than cats. If the dog is accustomed to car travel, then air travel shouldn’t be a problem at all. Use the following dog air travel tips for safe and pleasant airplane travel with your best furry friend. Certify Your Dogs Health before […]

Responsible Dog Ownership

February 19, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

“What makes you think you’re ready for that kind of responsibility?” It’s probably the first thing that most parents will say when their kids ask for a family pet, especially a dog? Most of us with dogs in the family have either said it, or can recall it being said to us some time ago. […]

Traveling Cats

February 17, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

Cats are finicky by nature and they can get quite attached to their surroundings. Do you ever wonder why your cat suddenly does a vanishing act when you bring his carrier out? First of all your furry feline probably senses that this is going to end up to be another trip to the family vet. […]

Make Your Own Dog Food With Only All Natural Ingredients

February 14, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

The call for a more natural no preservatives and no additives canine food has increased over time ever since it was discovered that some brand name dog foods might be harmful to our dog’s health – causing the onset of the of most diseases. Now the choice to make your own dog food is deemed […]

How To House Train Your Cat

February 11, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

By Kathrynn Kelley Many people are ecstatic when their feline friend can use the litter box, but think of how great it would be if your cat knew how to use a toilet. It sounds like a great way to make having your cat around a little more convenient. Here are some important tips when […]

Alternative Therapies for the Horse

February 9, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

By Ron Petracek It is not uncommon that trends in veterinary medicine to mirror trends in human medicine. To that end, it’s not surprising that alternative medicine is being used more frequently on sick and injured horses. Instead of prescribing the latest wonder drug, some veterinarians are instead prescribing a little hands-on healing in the […]

Serious Health Signs in Pets

February 7, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

By Kiya Sama When do you know you have to take your pet to the veterinarian? If you answer ‘yes’ to any of these questions, then the time is immediately. There might be other signs, but these are the basic ones experts insist you must pay attention to: Has your pet lost its appetite for […]

Understanding Dog Behavior – part II.

February 5, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

By David Beart …. continued from part I: Aggression You know him as your sweet and lovable friend. Your friends and neighbors know him as the terror on your doorstep who wants to eat them. Aggression is not a nice quality in your dog. Aggression comes from the desire to protect, and anything perceived as […]

Understanding Dog Behavior – part I

February 5, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

Dogs are considered the most genuinely happy creatures on earth. Their entire day is filled with you whether you are there or not. They are waiting for you, sleeping on your bed, watching for you out the window, wondering where you are while they are patiently waiting for you in their crate. Once you come […]

How To Care For A Hamster

February 3, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

When it comes to learning how to care for a hamster, your goal should be to remember that your furry friend must be kept warm, dry, and entertained. A hamster’s needs are directly related to the life it would be living were it a wild animal. Hamsters are desert creatures, populating dry, rocky areas in […]

Horse training – Harmonic Resonance Video

February 1, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

Oh, I thought that your horse lovers would get a kick out of this fabo video. It shows a rider with fabulous gaits, gorgeous mover, great mind. This video definitely a training video: Ready to show Training Level and schooling First Level.

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