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Pet Waste Nuisance

It is a warm spring day, so you decide to indulge yourself by taking a walk barefoot in the grass.  As you stroll along you feel like your in “heaven” and then you step in a pile of dog feces.  The problem with dog waste goes well beyond the...

A Pet’s Ten Commandments

A Pet’s Ten Commandments 1.  My life is likely to last 10-15 years.  Any separation from you is likely to be painful. 2.  Give me time to understand what you want of me. 3.  Place your trust in me.  It is crucial for my well-being. 4.  Don’t be angry with me for long and...

Agility: a Popular and Enjoyable Dog Sport

  One of the fastest growing sports today is Agility for Dogs. It is both an exciting spectator sport, attracting a lot of nationwide attention, as well as a challenging and very enjoyable activity for dogs and their humans. It is an excellent activity for building confidence in a dog since...

Cat Barriers

Cat Barriers Like dogs, letting your kitties roam in the neighborhood unattended could cause some disturbances, damages and troubles. To avoid these problems, a cat barrier is the best solution to let your kitty enjoy the great outdoors safely. Depending on what type of cat barrier you choose, you and your...

Cat Owner’s Responsibility

Cat Owner’s Responsibility When considering whether to add a cat as a new family member, you may want to first consider a cat owner’s responsibility.  A cat is not just a living ornament for your house-although it may complement it beautifully-there are many things to consider when buying a cat....

Flowers & Plants that can be Harmful to Cats

Cats love plants the way dogs love chocolate, which is strange because cats are mainly carnivores. However, though most animal species learn to stay away from things that make them sick, cats will eat plants over and over with the same results. Does this sound familiar, you lactose-intolerant people...

How to Select the Perfect Kitty Companion

Congratulations! You’ve decided you want to adopt a kitty companion.  That’s great! Kittens are wonderful pets, providing companionship, love and affection.  That said there are some key things you should consider when adopting your first kitten. Caring For Kitty The first thing you have to acknowledge is that owning a kitty does require...

Is Your Pet Bored?

Is your pet bored? Bored Pet Many pets live in households where family members are away during the day.  Both parents work away from home, and the children attend school. Dogs and cats end up being home alone during the day, sometimes all day, with little to keep them occupied.  So,...

Is Your Pet Living a Green Life?

 Tips for Helping Your Pet Live a Green Life: 1)  Buy natural pet food & treats.  2)  Use chemical free, natural products to bathe and clean up after your pets. 3)   Buy biodegradable poop bags to pick up after your pet. 4)   Purchase your leash, collar, toys and beds made from recycled materials. 5)  Wipe...

Litter Training Your Adopted Kitty

Here are some tips that may help with litter training an adopted kitten: Have the litter box set up before you bring your kitten home.  The box should be in a quiet place away from the eating area. When arriving home with your new kitty, show her where the litter box...

Traveling With Your Pets

Traveling With Your Pets? Are you going for a trip? Do not forget about your pets! You are responsible, forever, for what you have tamed.  No matter whether you are bringing with you a tiny white mouse or a huge toothy crocodile, that’s one of your first and important obligations to...

Our Pet’s Bones and Joints

Our Pet’s Bones and Joints In many ways, scientific study of anatomy is a celebration of the body’s ingenious architecture.  Just the mere fact that babies are born toothless for the practice of breast feeding and then sprout teeth months afterwards is a suggestion that such phenomena that occur in...

Probiotics and Pet Health

Microflora and the Gastrointestinal Tract The gastrointestinal tract (GIT) of all healthy mammals contains approximately 400 species of microflora or microorganisms, including bacteria, yeasts, fungi and protozoa.  These microorganisms are acquired at birth from the mother, and later from the environment, and are necessary for the health and proper functioning...

The Pet Wash

Washing Pets In case you’re planning on volunteering at a shelter or even if you want to know more about shampooing your own pet, here’s some little-known information and a few tips, just for you! When animals owned or homeless are outside, they pick up all kinds of stuff in their...

Training Your Dog to Sit

A poorly trained dog is a nuisance and can even be a danger to himself and others. A properly trained dog, on the other had, is a wonderful and pleasant companion. In addition to helping you bond, it can even protect your pet from being hurt if he listens...

Training Your Dog to Stay

A properly trained dog is a joy to be around for both the owner and anyone else you happen to come in contact with.  Not only will it make for a better relationship but it can help save your pet from being hurt or worse, if he is able...

Use the Best Tools When Training Your Dog

Although we cannot completely humanize a dog, we can, however, have successfully trained, well educated dogs, without making machines of them. To be thoroughly convinced of the truth of this statement, you have only to attend a dog training class, where you will be quite welcome and where you...

Why Does My Pet Eat Grass?

Are you concerned when your dog or cat eats grass, then throws up afterwards? You’ll probably feel relieved to know that pets eat grass because their bodies need it. Dogs and cats have been eating grass for a long time. In fact, grass is so popular among dogs that one species, dog...

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