Pets Animals

  • Tips For Caring For Your New Goldendoodle's Coat

    Many novelty breeds have become highly popular in recent years, but few of these dog breeds have become as popular as the goldendoodle. If you have been considering adopting a goldendoodle puppy, you have probably done a lot of research into what sets this breed apart. One of the unique characteristics of goldendoodle puppies is their coat. The curly, thick coat that goldendoodles have requires special care. Here are some things that you should know about caring for your new puppy's coat.
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  • 4 Reasons Reptiles Make Excellent Pets

    When people think of pets, they often think of cats or dogs. While cats and dogs can be excellent pets, they aren't the only option available. Reptiles make great pets for people of all ages. If you've never considered owning a reptile before, here are four reasons you should consider reptiles for sale. 1. Reptiles can be affectionate.  Reptiles aren't warm or fuzzy like mammals, but that doesn't mean they can't be affectionate.
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  • 3 Situations Where Professional Boarding Makes Sense For Your Pet

    If you're like most people who share their lives and homes with pets, you give your furry friends the best possible care. Like many pet owners, you may feel it's preferable to hire a pet sitter or relying on a friend or neighbor to come to your home at feed, water, and clean up after your pets when you go out of town on business or pleasure. After all, it isn't possible to always take them with you when you travel, and pet sitting services at least allows them to remain in the familiar environment of their home.
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  • 3 Tips For Taking Care Of Your New Lab Puppy

    Labrador dogs are well known for being friendly and loyal companions. If you are looking to purchase a lab puppy, you need to know how to take care of your puppy when you first get your puppy home. You need to make sure that the puppy is old enough before you bring it home, be sure to get your puppy vaccinated and start potty training right away. Wait Until the Puppy Is Old Enough
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  • Planning Your Summer Vacations? 4 Things You Should Do When Leaving Your Cat With A Boarding Service

    If you're planning your summer vacation, now's the time to start thinking about arrangements for your family cat. Leaving your cat alone for the weekend is one thing, but if you're going to go away for longer than that you'll need to make arrangements. While cats do tend to prefer their privacy, they also require care and attention. If you've never left used cat boarding services before, here are four tips that will ensure a safe and pleasant experience.
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  • Know Your Cat's Ears – What Could Be Wrong And What Needs Done To Fix It

    Your feline friend relies on you to take care of him or her. When something is wrong, it is up to you to take notice and do something to make it right. When your cat begins to have problems with his ears, there are a few things that you should know to look for to help you treat the problem and get your cat feeling better. Here, you will learn a few symptoms to watch for and information about what your pet's healthcare provider will do to resolve it.
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  • Care Tips For Your Poodle

    Poodles are a hypoallergenic dog, which is great for households that have anyone that may have allergies, asthma or other breathing problems. Poodles come in several sizes; the standard poodle is the largest, then there is the toy poodle, micro-toy poodle, and even mixed breeds with poodles. Whether you choose a standard poodle or a poodle mix, your puppy needs to be cared for properly. If you've been looking at poodle puppies and thinking of getting one, Ssee below for care tips for your poodle.
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  • What Dog Owners Need To Know About Caring For Elderly Pets

    Your dog doesn't stay a puppy forever. When you dog is a part of your family, you can enjoy every stage of life. Puppyhood silliness gives way to adult loyalty and steadiness. But those adult years move into senior years, and as your dog ages, he will need more special care. Here is what you need to know about caring for your dog as he gets older.  1. Exercise is still important.
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  • For The Love Of Retrievers: Choosing A Family Companion

    If you are ready to welcome a dog into your household to fill the role of family companion, some of your friends and acquaintances have probably recommended the Labrador retriever or the golden retriever as ideal choices. These popular breeds are just two of the retrievers that are recognized by the American Kennel Club, however. Learn a little about each of these wonderful dogs to figure out which one will tug the hardest at your family's heartstrings.
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  • Does Your Cat Have A Problem With Scratching? What You Need To Ask Before You Choose Declawing

    If your cat has a problem with scratching and clawing, you may have been considering declawing, which will permanently rid your cat of its claws. Before you opt for surgical declawing, you should consider whether or not the procedure will be best for your cat. Here are four questions you should ask before you choose declawing. Does Your Cat Go Outside? When cats go outside, they often make good use of their claws.
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