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What Our Pet Really Needs

What Our Pet Really Needs

23 Nov / 2017



Written By: Binita Published In: Dog-Blog Hits: 1749 Comment: 0

Loyal, friendly, protective, affectionate, fun. Those qualities have earned dogs a special place in the lives and hearts of humans. Most dogs now are owned as pets mainly because they are THE ideal pets. A dog will always try to keep you pleased and smiling. It will never hold grudges against you, and will never judge you for your looks or mistakes. It isn't called man's best friend for nothing.
Dogs have a basic need for shelter, good nutrition, exercise and companionship. A dog will rely on its owner for all of these needs, in addition to training and protection. These are all basic needs, but really, what a dog needs the most is veterinary care. If a person has a dog for a pet, it is a good idea to ensure that it is seen by a vet regularly.

Groom Your Cat To Avoid Hairballs - Kitty Will Love You For It

Groom Your Cat To Avoid Hairballs - Kitty Will Love You For It

22 Nov / 2017



Written By: Binita Published In: Cat-Blog Hits: 778 Comment: 0

As loving cat owners we hate to think that our beloved pets are feeling unwell. That can be the first impression when your cat starts making hacking noises. Usually this is the first signs of the cat trying to get rid of a hairball.

If you see a blob of disgusting stuff on your floor, it is likely to be a hairball.  Cats need to do this in order to remove hair from within their stomachs to keep them from getting sick. What is it?  It’s a mass of hair and probably some food from the inside of a cat’s body.  When a cat grooms himself, he removes loose hair from throughout his body and it ends up in his stomach. Sometimes, the hair comes together and forms a ball in there.  If he can not pass it, it is likely it won’t break down but will come up instead.

How To Care For Aquarium Fish

How To Care For Aquarium Fish

20 Nov / 2017



Written By: Binita Published In: Fish-Blog Hits: 730 Comment: 0

An aquarium is perhaps the easiest type of pet to have. There are some basic steps to caring for fish once the tank is established. There are things that should be done daily to care for fish and some things that need only be done weekly or bi-weekly. Daily maintenance of an aquarium is fairly minimal. Look at the fish every day to make sure they appear healthy and happy. 

Why Do Dogs Bury Bones??

Why Do Dogs Bury Bones??

18 Nov / 2017



Written By: Binita Published In: Dog-Blog Hits: 602 Comment: 0
Dogs love to bury things. They bury their favourite toy, they love to bury bones. They bury their favourite food and sometimes they even bury your own things. So many times, you lift up the cushions on your couch to find hidden treasures of things that might have gone missing. Sometimes your nicely maintained lawn may be demolished by your enthusiastic dog trying to bury a bone.
This habit of dogs can sometimes be annoying but mostly adorable. However, it should be fun to find out why dogs resort to this digging business.
Stop A Dog From Pulling On The Leash

Stop A Dog From Pulling On The Leash

16 Nov / 2017



Written By: Binita Published In: Dog-Blog Hits: 574 Comment: 0

One of the many perks of owning a dog is the long walks you and your best friend can take together. Not only is walking a great form of exercise, but it’s also a wonderful way to spend quality time with your dog. Most dogs love going for a walk. Sometimes though, the same cannot be said for the owners. When the evening stroll becomes a shoulder-wrenching exercise session, the walk becomes a drag – literally! One of the biggest training problems an owner faces, today, is a dog that pulls on the leash.

Dog Trainers -How to find the best for you and your dog

Dog Trainers -How to find the best for you and your dog

14 Nov / 2017



Written By: Binita Published In: Dog-Blog Hits: 496 Comment: 0

Deciding to provide your pet with training often requires more than a brief look through the yellow pages. Every year unscrupulous people calling themselves behaviorists, animal consultants, pet advisers and trainers are fleecing thousands of dog owners throughout the world. There are a number of genuine people who provide a really good service but there are many more that do not. Be careful that you don’t become their victim.

Finding a good trainer is like checking out your child’s elementary school: you want to make sure it provides the right environment so he or she enjoys learning. It’s just as important for you to be comfortable with the trainer, because it is you who will be trained, not the dog. Our tips on trainers below will help you to pick a good one. Don’t use the tips as a rigid guide, let your common sense and instincts guide you.

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