Learn About the Ragdoll Cat

Posted on: 11 February 2021

The ragdoll cat breed is relatively new, having only been established in the 1960s. They are also an American breed since the breed's developer lived in the US. The base breeds that make up the ragdolls' breed include Persian and Birman cats. The cats come in 6 colors and have different variations that their coloring can come in, including mitted and color pointed. If you are interested in getting a ragdoll kitten, you might want to know what the breed is like.
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Getting A New St. Bernard Puppy? 3 Tips To Ensure It Is Well Cared For

Posted on: 20 October 2020

If you are getting a new St. Bernard puppy, you need to make sure you know everything you can know about this breed. This way you can ensure you and your puppy will have a wonderful life together. To ensure this happens, follow the three tips below. Exercise and Food Needs A St. Bernard dog is not active and will be happy to simply lay around the house all day. This does not mean that your dog should never get exercise, however.
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Tips For Caring For Your New Goldendoodle's Coat

Posted on: 20 October 2019

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

Posted on: 30 November 2018

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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