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How To Save Money By Testing For Feline UTI Yourself
Do you want to save money, anxiety for your kitty, and
unnecessary trips to your vet? Would you like to know if
your cat is developing crystals in her urine that could
lead to a feline UTI? It's easy to do with this
check-at-home method. If your kitty has been previously
diagnosed with a feline UTI, there's a chance it could
Dog Eye Problems - What To Watch Out For
Dog eye problems can occur at any time. You should pay
close attention to your dog's eyes just as you would their
teeth, so that you can catch any possible infections or
injuries immediately and have them treated.
How Many Dogs Are Too Many?
I'm a pariah among the dog fanciers in my community. Why?
Because I testified in support of a new regulation to limit
pet ownership to no more than a total of three dogs and/or
cats, older than six-months of age, in one household.
How to Groom Your Horse
Grooming means taking care of the physical maintenance of
the horse. The sight of a well-groomed horse gives immense
pleasure to true horse lovers.
Dog Hygiene Basics
Giving your dog a bath is important, but not as critical as
most people seem to believe. If your dog is healthy, he
really doesn't need to be bathed more that once every few
months, but most of us put them in the tub or under the
hose more often to get rid of that doggie smell and look
The Positive Benefits of Dog Day Care
Dog day care programs benefit the dogs of owner's who have busy lives and are not able to socialize and exercise their
dogs. Owners benefit from a guilt free day of work or play and can come home to a calm, relaxed pet.
Tips on Sexing Discus Fish
Do you have some adult discus fish and want to know whether
they are male or female. In this article I'm going to share
with you some of the tips and techniques you can use to
determine the gender of your discus or those you wish to
Does The World Need More Cats?
Aren't they cute? Yes, they are! A nest of meowing and
crawling little kittens leaves only the fiercest cat hater
indifferent. But does the world need more cats? A cat is the
second most popular pet in the world.
Fat and Obese Dogs Live Shorter Lives
Obesity is one of the most important health concerns facing
dogs. If you love your dog, you should do something about
What to Do When Your Puppy Dog Is Chewing Everything In Sight
A puppy wanting to chew makes you want to scream! Do
remember that, like children who search their new world
with their hands, so do puppies search with their mouths.
While there is a difference between exploratory chewing and
problem chewing, the problem chewing is sometimes related
to their need for attention, food or tension release.
West Highland WhiteTerrier Grooming - Key Considerations
Whether you intend to show your Westie, or keep him for a household pet, the first key to West Highland Terrier
grooming is to start while he is a puppy. Take your Westie to his first grooming appointment after he has had all of
his shots, at approximately 14 weeks.
The Dangers of Canine Parasites
When you get a puppy, one of the first things that you need
to do is make an appointment with the vet to get your new
family member his or her vaccinations. Along with any
recommended shots, your cuddly canine will probably get a
dose of a de-worming formula to rid them of any internal
Train Your Buddy To "Walk" & "Dance" - Warning: Not All Dogs Can Do It!
Standing and walking on the hind legs are tricks that put
an abnormal strain upon the muscles of the back and hind
legs and most dogs require considerable practice before
they gain sufficient control of those muscles to balance
themselves in this unnatural position. Before you rush into
teaching this trick, bear in mind that not all dogs can do
this trick, especially the big dogs such as St.
Sugar Gliders: Tiny Acrobats
In the last decade or so, the popularity of sugar gliders as pets has grown considerably. The small size of these
furry acrobats, their personalities, their plush fur, their large eyes, their agility and their ability to bond closely
with humans have attracted legions of new sugar glider devotees.
Acclimating New Birds
Now that my services have expanded into the "matchmaking"
business, it dawned on me that we need to talk about the
transition of a bird moving to a new home, whether a hand
fed baby just adopted to a new home or an older bird going
to a second home. This is a stressful time for any bird,
but you can help lessen the strife and make the move easier
for both your new bird and the rest of the family.
Managing Horse Pasture
A major part of a horse's diet is hay or pasture. A horse
weighing 1000 pounds will eat about 500 pounds each month.
How To Be A Good Pomeranian Dog Owner
Opening your heart to a Pomeranian can be fun, but you must
be willing to take on the responsibility of dog ownership.
When you become a Pomeranian owner, it's up to to do everything in
your power to make your pet's life a happy one, the proper
care, environment and companionship.
How To Set Up A Quarantine Tank For Tropical Fish
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.
Achieving Dog Training Success With The 18 Don'ts Rules
A well-train dog usually leads a happier and healthier life
and its owner also can enjoy a trouble-free life long
companion. Dog training - basic obedience, house and potty
training are therefore essential and important to a dog's
Materials for Snake and other Reptile Cages
What kind of materials should you use when constructing a
reptile cage? This question was posed to me once by someone
wishing to build their own reptile cage. They were
particularly asking about pine and cedar as they had heard
these were no good.