Pet Care

The Risk Of Neglecting Your Pets Oral Care!
By Bradley Elliot · 6 years ago
Whilst most pet owners are concerned about the oral hygiene of their pet, many others should understand that this is a matter that could possibly carry severe repercussions if left unattended. The problem does not ...
Asian Concept Aquarium Decor
By Tim Kessler · 7 years ago
Aquarium ornaments are the tendency to look stiff and lifeless. If you examine the various types of aquarium accessories sole, they usually depict sunken ship, old establishments or dead pirates. However if you would go ...
Acupuncture for Cats and Dogs Featured
By Nada Ljubinovic · 7 years ago
Acupuncture is a form of traditional Chinese medicine where tiny needles are placed into the body to promote healing, most people are aware of alternative medical intervention for humans, but most are not aware that ...
Purchase The Greatest Dog Bowls For Your Best Friend
By Toni Noble · 7 years ago
The phrase "a dog is a man’s best friend" was coined by Virginian attorney, George Graham Vest, in 1870, as he defended Old Drum, a farmer’s pet dog. The expression stuck, and it's still popular ...
Make the most comfortable home for your pet with pet beds and houses
By Sarah Cawthorn · 7 years ago
Dog beds make a dog's life easier by getting them off the floor and onto a comfy surface. Better yet, they help keep dogs off your furniture and your own bed. Dog beds are a ...
Safe and effective tick & flea control
By Milena Milivojevic · 7 years ago
There are thousands of pesticides, oral medications, sprays, dips, shampoos, and powders that are approved to control fleas and ticks on cats and dogs. Some products kill only ticks or adult fleas-others break the flea ...
Pet Vaccination; How Much is Too Much?
By Bonnie Weinhold · 7 years ago
Back in 2003, the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) revised vaccination guidelines, recommending veterinarians to vaccinate adult dogs every three years instead of annually and many veterinarians have changed their protocols in respect to the ...
Stem Cell Nutrition For Horses and Pets
By Doug James · 7 years ago
STEM CELL ENHANCER FOR HORSES Supports the release of adult stem cells into the body There is NO OTHER product in the marketplace that does what this one does for horses. Our sensational NEW product ...
Tips Regarding Tack Storage and Care
By Erin Brankowski · 8 years ago
Tack cleaning is often the thing most riders dread however it can be a very rewarding process and not necessarily the dreaded chore it is reported to be. The care of the tack is far ...
6 Ailments Common to Aging Dogs, How To Treat Them
By Olsen Flowers · 8 years ago
We know how joyful it is to have a dog; they are man’s best friend and also the great home companion and protector. From the moment of their acquisition until they perish, their unprecedented service ...
One Important Decision Of A Pet Owner Is Selecting A Veterinarian
By Olsen Flowers · 8 years ago
Felines and canines are the usual pets brought home by pet lovers. These two animals are very loving and could be treated as family members. Like any of your loved ones, these animals need a ...
Fish Disease - Trouble with Ich
By Justin Cook · 8 years ago
"Ich" is one of the most common freshwater diseases in fish. "Ich" is caused by the ciliated protozoa, Ichthyophthirius and is a major concern to aquarists and commercial fish producers across the globe. One of ...
How To Care For Your Betta Fish
By George Peters · 8 years ago
Betta fish, or betta splendens (their scientific name), come from a decent sized genus of fish, commonly called Siamese fighting fish. They are relatively small in size and usually brightly colored. Bettas are a special ...
Choosing Horse Food For An Underweight Equine
By Emma Van Tuyl · 8 years ago
With winter on its way, it's more important than ever that underweight equines receive the right horse food and put sufficient weight on before the colder weather arrives. This is especially relevant if they are ...
How to Keep You and Your Pet Happy and Hydrated This Summer
By Peter Levi · 8 years ago
Although the summer sunshine may be pleasant at first, the hot weather can quickly become tiresome and even dangerous for you, your family, and your pets. Here are a few ways in which you and ...
Keep Family Pets Safe During National Water Safety Month
By Todd Mattson · 8 years ago
May is National Water Safety Month and it is the time to get the pool ready and review safety precautions for the family. Pets are often a beloved part of the family, and while parents ...
How to Choose the Right Horse Feed for a Child’s First Pony
By Emma Van Tuyl · 8 years ago
The moment a child gets their first pony is an incredibly special one. After months of searching, a choice has been made and that perfect first equine partner, the one that ticks all the boxes, ...
Bringing A Horse Back Into Work: How To Choose The Right Horse Feed
By Emma Van Tuyl · 8 years ago
Whether the main focus is show jumping, dressage, eventing or simply hacking around the local fields and tracks, it is important that a horse receives adequate dietary support when it is being brought back into ...
Destructive Dog Chewing
By Jason Dm · 8 years ago
Most people who have ever owned a dog, especially a puppy, will know how they can easily wreak havoc with their teeth. Whether you own a teething puppy, energetic juvenile or behavioral adult, you may ...
Pet Clothes Are Available Online
By Changpu Hou · 8 years ago
Pets are like children and need attention and warmth. Do you have a pet dog in your house and want it to be dressed beautifully? Then there are many online shops that stock pet clothes. ...