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10 Ways Horses Build Character in Children

July 31, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

by Sean Russell 1. Learn Responsibility – Horses will teach your child responsibility very quickly. Make sure that your child does all the work involved in caring for the horse. Everything from feeding, cleaning stalls, grooming, saddling and riding. Children will want to ride but they may not always be eager to do the work. […]

How To Set Up A Quarantine Tank For Tropical Fish

July 28, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

by Mike Magnum Do I Need A Quarantine Tank? Ah, yes, the often dismissed but very necessary part of the tropical fish hobby, the infamous quarantine tank. Do you really need one to be successful in this hobby? For freshwater fish you may be able to get by without having one. Freshwater fish are generally […]

Choosing a Good Pet Travel Carrier – What to Look For – And Getting Your Pet Ready For It

July 25, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

By Simon Harris You would think that choosing a pet travel carrier would be a relatively simple matter — until you begin to shop around a bit online and learn about all the different types and models that are available. With all of the various features and different design elements, it is easy to become […]

Pet Relocation – Tips For International Pet Moving

July 22, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

by Kevin O Five Tips for Safe and Humane International Pet Relocation Owning or adopting a pet should be for life, regardless of what corner of the world your career or other circumstances happen to send you. When planning an international move transporting your beloved pet is only part of a long, daunting list of […]

Your Dog’s Water

July 20, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

by Daniel Moore Think that finding a good, high-quality dog food is important? All of the beneficial ingredients that go into dog food will not help your dog if he it is not drinking enough water. Water is the body’s most important nutrient. Adult dogs’ bodies are 60% water, and a puppy’s is 84% water. […]

Caring For Your First Rabbit

July 18, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

by Katelyn Thomas Rabbits make wonderful indoor pets for first time pet owners. In fact, many domestic rabbits are meant to be kept indoors. Domestic rabbits are not like their wild cousins; they do not fair well in extreme temperatures. They also do not react well to predators. Domestic rabbits are very attentive and affectionate. […]

Stop: Don’t Declaw That Cat!

July 16, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

by Larry Chamberlain This article is not a debate about the pros and cons of the removal of a cat’s claws (declawing). This article concludes that there are no pros to this issue and comes out firmly against the procedure. Declawing a cat is illegal in many countries and officially deemed to be inhumane in […]

Coping With The Parrot Pet Fashion

July 14, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

by Dalvin Rumsey There is a new “fashion” on the market: parrots as pets! There are more and more popular every day. This popularity is shown by the high interest for parrot’s information on the internet. There is a paradox in this because this seems to be a new phenomenon. Not everybody can afford a […]

Pet Turtle Care

July 13, 2008 by · 1 Comment 

By Barry Mcgee Keeping a turtle as a pet has come a long way from the plastic palm tree set-ups of old. From the common box turtle to the less-common Ornate Wood Turtle to the extremely rare albino soft shell, there’s a turtle for every lifestyle, budget, and personality. Turtles make fascinating, peaceful pets, but […]

5 Ways to Pamper Your Parrot

July 11, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

By Taylor Knight We are all busy these days and I know it’s hard to meet all the demands in your life. But, it’s time for a breather. Take some time with each of your feathered kids and give them the royal treatment. I know some of you out there have multiple birds, so it […]

Your Pet’s Sun Sign Characteristics

July 9, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

By Mona Magick ARIES (Mar 21- Ap 20) Aries cats and dogs are always full with energy. They love attention, petting and cuddling and are never shy. It may be very hard to keep up with these hyperactive animals. Quick tempered, they are not the type to back down from a fight. They are easily […]

Things to Think About Before Acquiring a Rabbit

July 7, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

by Hagar Lagarto Rabbits have been popularly kept as pets in Western nations since the 1800s. Rabbits can adjust well to indoor life, and can even be litter box trained. Like all pets, rabbits need a considerable amount of care and attention. Often people purchase rabbits from a breeder. Many people prefer breeders under suspicion […]

Dog Health: Puppy First Aid And Top Three Problems You Can Solve At Home

July 5, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

When you bring home a new puppy, it can be difficult to not fret at every little cough, every little whimper, and every little whine. Puppies are like small children in that they are susceptible to so much, yet our minds seem to create even more of an issue with their health than what they […]

Cats and Fireworks – Tips To Help Keep Your Feline Calm And Safe

July 3, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

Fireworks and cats… they just don’t mix. At best, you end up with a baffled cat sitting in the windowsill and wondering what is going on. More likely, you’ll have a cat hidden under the bed, unwilling to surface for a good time to come, or a cat manically running around the house looking for […]

Make Your Cat Feel Comfortable When Traveling

July 1, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

Unlike dogs, whom seem to enjoy rides with their owners for adventure away from the home front, cats do not feel so comfortable leaving the comforts of home even for a little while. Trying to go for a ride with your cat can be quite an adventure in itself. By nature cats can be pretty […]