Pets

Communicating With Your Cat Fun Feline Facts
By Samantha Brown · 2 years ago
If you are a cat person understanding your cat is important to you. People bond to their pets and, although they can't talk, we can communicate with them. If your cat licks you, it is ...
Important Things To Consider When Choosing A Pet Bed
By Marlies Ricalzone · 3 years ago
Weigh Then Measure Your Pet While Sleeping First pay attention to how your pet sleeps. If your pet sleeps stretched out, measure them from nose to tail. Add about 8 to 12 inches to determine ...
Dealing With Swollen Dog Paws: Treatment & Prevention with MyPamperedPup
By Ben Campbell · 3 years ago
Dealing With Swollen Dog Paws: Treatment & Prevention with MyPamperedPup Understanding how to spot swollen dog paws... There are a number of different factors that can cause a dog's paws to become swollen, sore or ...
How stress can affect your dog's sleep and health
By Ryan Burnyeat · 3 years ago
Just like us, dogs can get too stressed for a good night’s sleep, according to recent research by European scientists. A study into canine anxiety revealed that negative experiences can adversely impact your pet’s ability ...
Puppy Training Tips: How to Set Your New Puppy Up for Success
By Richard Peter · 3 years ago
Bringing a new puppy home is one of the most exciting things in the world. And when it goes smoothly, it’s a wonderful experience. However, amongst this joy, it’s also very easy for things to ...
Recall Training: How to Get a Dog to Come When You Call
By Richard Peter · 3 years ago
There’s nothing scarier than watching your dog run off across the beach, down the street, or through the woods while you helplessly call for him to come back to you without any luck. It only ...
Crate Training a New Puppy: Tips and Tools for Setting Up Your Pup
By Richard Peter · 3 years ago
Today, I want to talk about a very useful tool when it comes to training your puppy—a crate. Even more important, I want to discuss how to set yourself up for effectively crate training a ...
Dog Safety Tips for the Holiday Season
By Richard Peter · 3 years ago
The holiday season has officially arrived! And while it's often a joyous and fun season for us humans, it can also be a stressful and dangerous time of year for our canine companions. This year, ...
How to Get Rid of Raccoons: Removal & Control Services
By Cory Frank · 3 years ago
Raccoons are one of those animals that can be very hard to cope with and which can terrorize your home or business. However, whether they are living in your attic or eating your garbage every ...
Benefits of Giving Supplements to Your Dog
By John Howes · 3 years ago
As a dog owner you always want to ensure that your dog is getting enough nutrition. A balance diet can provide proper nutrition which ensures pet’s healthy and active life. Healthy body function from digestion ...
Cool Facts About Polydactyl Cats
By Tammy Thomas · 3 years ago
Cats are pretty cool but there’s none cooler than a cat with extra toes. Most cats have 18 toes but some cats have a few extra making them polydactyl. Polydactyl is of Greek origin, "poly" ...
What To Do When Your Dog Is Shedding Hair All Over The House?
By Tina Bray · 3 years ago
Just like human hair loss, dogs routinely shed hair naturally as part of the body's 'renewal' process. This is considered to be a very normal matter so you can have a peace of mind because ...
Pets & Pee Predicaments, Part Deux
By Jolie Baetzel · 3 years ago
The Only Dance There Is "Pets & Pee Predicaments", our first blog discussed the subject of (almost) all things related to pet pee predicaments. And this is it - create a cleaning dance to keep ...
Pets, Pee Predicaments & Perfect Products
By Jolie Baetzel · 3 years ago
If You've Known a Dog, You've Loved a Dog It is a blind, deafening, joyous kind of love, isn't it? The kind of easy love that can make you completely immune to the realities of ...
Trainable Cats
By Tammy Thomas · 4 years ago
There are a lot of people that don’t believe cats can be trained but there are loads of videos that prove otherwise. A YouTube search will show you cats jumping through flaming hoops, sitting on ...
All Dog Foods Are Not The Same
By John Silver · 4 years ago
All Dog Foods Are Not The Same Your dogs well being and health is vital to you, your family, and, of course in keeping down the costs of veterinarian bills! In order to do so, ...
Pet Therapy is the BEST
By Sue Moore · 4 years ago
Pet therapy is a type of therapy that involves bringing animals into the hospital to interact with patients. Pets help to normalize the hospital environment and make hospitalization less stressful and frightening for patients and ...
Common Cat Ailments
By Tammy Thomas · 4 years ago
Cats seem to groom themselves all the time. But even the cleanest feline can succumb to some of these common health issues. Fleas Fleas are a very common health issue for cats as well as ...
Crush Cushing’s Disease the Vetoryl Way
By Leah Hansen · 4 years ago
The cortisol keeps entering the bloodstream unhampered which has a negative impact on the blood pressure, electrolyte balance, immune function, fat metabolism and even the cardiovascular system. This hormonal imbalance is known as hyperadrenocorticism or ...
Are You The Pack Leader for Your Dog?
By John Silver · 4 years ago
As dogs are pack animals, it is important to understand that they are always conscious of their position within the pack. This "pack" consists of you, your family, other animals, and any other dog(s) in ...