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Why Do Cats Cover Their Faces When They Sleep?

Why Do Cats Cover Their Faces When They Sleep?

09 Feb / 2018



Written By: Binita Published In: Cat-Blog Hits: 32 Comment: 0

Your purring pal sure makes sleep look easy. She passes out on the back of the sofa, while sprawled out in the middle of the living room floor and even on top of that fresh basket of clean laundry. But one thing always makes you raise an eyebrow: She tends to cover her face while snoozing. This is just one of those little behaviors that virtually all cats do.

Don't Ever Do These Things to Your Cat

Don't Ever Do These Things to Your Cat

08 Feb / 2018



Written By: Binita Published In: Cat-Blog Hits: 42 Comment: 0

With a cat or two around the house, even the most dedicated pet parent may slack off and take Kitty’s presence for granted. Even the simplest oversight may have big consequences on your cat’s well being and quality of life. Here are 8 things you should NEVER do to your fave feline.

Skip Flea or Heart-worm Treatment
Your cat stays indoors and rarely comes in contact with other animals. Why bother with a flea and heart-worm preventive for an indoor cat? Believe it or not, fleas and the mosquitoes that carry heart-worms can easily enter your home and cause big problems for cats. You may walk fleas into your home after visiting a friend with a dog or cat, and mosquitoes can zip through a door or window that is left open for just a few seconds. With plenty of products available, keeping your cat free of fleas and heart-worms has never been easier. (Not-so-fun-fact: There is no good way to get rid of heart-worms in cats, and infections can be fatal.)

Are There Benefits To Having Two Pooches?

Are There Benefits To Having Two Pooches?

07 Feb / 2018



Written By: Binita Published In: Dog-Blog Hits: 50 Comment: 0

When you're not home and can't provide entertainment for your pooch, another dog in the household can be a comfort. It also can often prevent boredom and resulting behavioral issues. Although owning multiple dogs can work well for some households, it's not suitable in all situations.

Canine Companionship and Socialization
If you have a busy work schedule and spend a lot of time out of the home, having two dogs can help your peace of mind. Your dogs can play with each other, which can be effective for keeping boredom and lack of stimulation at bay. Boredom and inadequate stimulation can trigger destructive canine behaviors such as chewing, pacing, digging and excessive barking. Not only can constant companionship help prevent behavioral troubles, but it can help to eliminate or minimize separation anxiety.

Bird Training

Bird Training

06 Feb / 2018



Written By: Binita Published In: Bird-Blog Hits: 36 Comment: 0

Bird Training and Hand Rearing

From stepping up to learning to talk, taking the time to train your pet bird can be a rewarding experience for you and your feathered friend.
Birds are more intelligent than most people give them credit for. The insult “bird-brain” doesn’t really suit the majority of pet birds. Like most intelligent animals (including us), pet birds become bored and restless if they don’t have something to occupy their minds. Also, there are certain behaviors that will make it easier for your pet bird to fit into your family. Chew toys and ladders are a good and necessary start, but you should consider training your bird.

Exercise for Cats

Exercise for Cats

05 Feb / 2018



Written By: Binita Published In: Cat-Blog Hits: 20 Comment: 0

Dog owners have lots of options for exercising their pets. But if you’re a cat owner, you know that there are fewer options for keeping your pet in the peak of condition.
But it’s important that cats get exercise. There are many health problems associated with obesity in cats, just as there are for dogs. And if you own a cat, there’s a pretty good chance that your cat really needs some exercise. About 1 out of every 3 cats in is overweight.

Time for some kitty calisthenics!
Experts recommend that you engage your cat in some form of physical play for 10 or 15 minutes several times each day. The ease with which you can do that will depend upon your cat’s age and temperament. Younger cats tend to be more playful than older cats, and some cats just have more of a playful nature than others.

Here are some tips for helping your cat get some playful exercise.

Why Do Dogs Eat Grass?

Why Do Dogs Eat Grass?

24 Jan / 2018



Written By: Binita Published In: Dog-Blog Hits: 50 Comment: 0
Many dogs love to channel their inner cow and graze on grass. Some are even particular about what type of grass they eat. Is this behavior a sign of a nutritional deficiency or illness and is it safe?
Grass eating is a common behavior and one get asked about all the time. Some dogs will indiscriminately eat any grass, some are more selective. Some dogs loves the tender young shoots in a particular area of the yard, but ignores all other grass. Mostly we want to know if grass eating is a sign of the dog feeling unwell or if something is missing from the diet. The truth is no one knows exactly why dogs eat grass, but there are a number of theories.
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