There are two types of cat toys, interactive and solo. The interactive toys are typically based on a fishing pole design or they may have a wand with a long piece of fabric on the end. These toys require the owner’s participation to provide movement. Solo toys are the typical fuzzy mice, squeaky balls, puzzle […]
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Is your pooch used to running his little heart out in the backyard on a daily basis? What happens when you get up, Fido is all excited to go out, you open the door and a torrential down pour is taking place? Fido puts the brakes on and looks at you like you are crazy […]
Now that we have all began our own New Year’s Resolutions for 2015, it may be time to think about things that we can start doing for our pets. Here are ten suggestions that you may want to work in to your pet’s routine to start the year off right. 1. Identification: Make sure your […]
No one in their right mind wants to spend Christmas or other holidays at the vet’s office. Here are some helpful tips to keep your pets safe and happy during the holidays. First, try to adhere to your pet’s regular routine as much as possible. The holidays can be stressful with people coming and going. […]
Do you know what you are really feeding your pets? Here are a few advertisement myths that you may want to take a closer look into: AAFCO ensures that pet food is safe: The Association of American Feed Control Officials (AAFCO) is a nonprofit organization responsible for making sure that every pet food sold in […]
Nail trimming is an important part of your dog’s regular care and should be done every three to four weeks. You can have your vet or groomer trim the nails or do it yourself. Most vets or groomers will be happy to show you how it is done. If you have a dog that puts […]
How do you choose a dog walker? What a great question. Well, like any business, not all dog walkers are the same. Everyone does business differently and some are more qualified and more experienced than others. You and your dog may have a better connection with one more than others. Before signing on the dotted […]
Just like people, your pets’ tolerance for the cold varies based on their coat, activity level, body fat storage, and overall health. You should be aware of your pets’ cold tolerance, and adjust their outdoor activities accordingly. You will probably need to shorten your dogs’ walks during very cold weather to protect them and yourself. […]
Looking to adopt or rescue a new pet? Check out the Gwinnett County Animal Shelter, located at 884 Winder Highway in Lawrenceville, Georgia. They have many cats and dogs of all sizes and ages available for adoption. The animal shelter takes in about 15,000 animals every year, so there are more than plenty to choose […]
Looking for a breed that is clever, courageous, faithful and fearless? The german shepherd may be your pup of choice. They are very muscular and strong, obedient, and ready to learn. They have been known to give their lives for their humans and are a very loyal breed. They love their families, but can be […]
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