Thursday, September 23, 2021

Doggy Distress: Top Three Symptoms That You Should Call The Vet

February 14, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Some dog owners have a tendency to worry themselves over every little thing. Then there are those that don’t seem to worry enough, letting real symptoms affect their dogs without a second thought. It can be difficult to tell the difference between what is worth worrying over and what things are normal occurrences. The well […]

Extend the Life of Your Pet

January 29, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Pet products may be hazardous to your pets There are few events more distressing than the injury or death of a pet. Psychologists have likened it to the death of a family member. After the recent pet food contamination that killed some pets and made many others sick, worldwide attention focused on making sure pet […]

8 Ways to Control Dog Fleas

January 17, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

By Martin Brock There are numerous products that will kill adult fleas on your dog. However, they vary in the duration of their effects. 1. Flea shampoos, sprays, and powders. Most products will kill any fleas present on your dog at the time of application, but many have no lasting effect – your dog may […]

Learn The Secrets Of Why Your Pet Won’t Eat

December 12, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

Pets can sometimes be finicky when it comes to meal-time. Cats are especially known to be picky about their food. Sometimes your pet may have a raring appetite and may beg to be fed. Other times, they may simply glance at their dinner and choose to not eat. What is the cause of this inconsistent […]

Goldfish Analysis

October 4, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

When goldfish swim up to the glass of the tank, does it mean they are smart enough to recognize people? Goldfish sure are smart not in the sense as dogs are, but they are smart. They will swim up to meet you probably because they think you are going to feed them. They might not […]

How To Choose a Vet

September 28, 2008 by · 1 Comment 

By Paul Horowitz Your pet’s veterinarian is second best friend, next to you, and an important partner in protecting their well being. This article will help you to • Choose the perfect vet for you and your pet. • Evaluate your current level of veterinarian care. Evaluating veterinary services is an important part of every […]

Reptiles and Salmonella

September 16, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

I’ll bet you didn’t know that lizards and turtles can carry harmful bacteria called Salmonella. I love reptiles and I bet you do too (or you probably would not be reading this article!). You may have noticed that reptiles are becoming more and more popular as family pets. Reptiles such as turtles, iguanas, snakes, geckos, […]

Pet Canary Care

September 16, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

If you’re considering sharing your home with a pet canary, it’s probably because you’ve heard so much about their nearly constant, bubbly singing. Join the club! Since the seventeenth century, pet owners the world over have kept canaries for nothing more than the sheer pleasure of birdsong filling their homes. A canary is not merely […]

5 Reasons Why Veterinarians Do Some Of The Things They Do!

September 10, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

Why does my veterinarian always want to run expensive blood tests? Making an accurate diagnosis can be very difficult without them. There is a wealth of information veterinarians can learn from the blood panels that pet owners would not be able to communicate. Symptoms for one illness may overlap with symptoms of another ailment that […]

Dental Care Tips For Your Dog

September 2, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

Dental care is important responsibility for pet owners, but too many owners are not familiar with the steps to maintaining the dental hygiene of their dog. Your dogs’ mouth is a breeding ground for bacteria, and even though their natural defense systems are very effective, certain issues can spiral out of control if not recognized […]

How To Keep Your Dog Cool In The Hot Sun

August 6, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

Summer is generally the time to have fun with your family and enjoy many activities together. Days are usually longer than usual and the children are out on vacation. The downside to this fun is that summer also ushers in a season of heat stroke, sunburn and exhaustion. This can threaten your family as well […]

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. […]

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 […]

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 […]

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