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Why Does My Dog Drink More Water?

Why Does My Dog Drink More Water?

08 Jan / 2018



Written By: Binita Published In: Dog-Blog Hits: 606 Comment: 0

Does your dog have urinary accidents in the house?
Or perhaps he pesters to go out, more than he used to?
Both of these are hints your dog needs to pee more, probably because he’s drinking more water. Sometimes it’s easier to spot these clues than it is to monitor the water bowl, especially if you have several dogs all sharing the same facilities.

If your dog is drinking more, should you be worried?
Yes and no.

There are times when thirst is normal and healthy. These are:

  • A change of diet from wet to dry food
  • Hot weather
  • Food and Water

For example, water makes up to 75% of the ingredients in canned dog food. Whereas in dry dog kibble this is more like 6 – 10%. Change from canned dinners to dry kibble and your dog needs to drink more in order to re-hydrate the food in his stomach and replace the missing water.

Who Is This Fluff Of The Fancy?

Who Is This Fluff Of The Fancy?

21 Nov / 2016



Written By: text_none_author Published In: Other-Blog Hits: 1438 Comment: 0

Here you will find information on the "Fluff of the Fancy" as this wooly little rabbit breed is known. The Jersey Wooly is one of the dwarf domestic rabbit breeds. They are popular rabbits for show and exhibition. Jersey Woolies are known for their friendly temperament. They come in a variety of colors and make excellent pets. The Jersey Wooly was first introduced at the 1984 and in 1988, it became a recognized breed. Today, the Jersey Wooly is that, and much more, as one of the most popular breeds of rabbits exhibited around. The Jersey Wooly Rabbit is a small, furry critter. Their fur is not satiny smooth but woolen. The Jersey Wooly Rabbit breed was introduced in 1984 and recognized in 1988. Like many other dwarf rabbit breeds, the Jersey Wooly Rabbit breed was developed exclusively for the pet trend.

What You Should Know About Feeding Your Tropical Fish?

What You Should Know About Feeding Your Tropical Fish?

03 May / 2016



Written By: text_none_author Published In: Fish-Blog Hits: 1026 Comment: 0

No matter what type of fish you have, whether it’s an anemone, coral or crustacean…they will fall into one of three types of feeder.

Carnivores: These types of feeders eat other fish. They are all either predators or scavengers. Predators like to hunt for their food, so they may be uninterested in what you’re feeding them, if they want to hunt instead. Once a predator has eaten, it may not feel the urge to eat again for a few days. Scavengers are more opportunistic, and usually prefer to eat the leftovers left by predators.

Ways To Clean Your Aquarium..

Ways To Clean Your Aquarium..

13 Jun / 2017



Written By: Binita Published In: Fish-Blog Hits: 830 Comment: 0

No one likes living in a dirty, stuffy house. Thank goodness a little dirt is not hazardous to our health. The same cannot be said for our aquatic friends. Most fish and invertebrates are unable to adapt to changes in water chemistry that result from increased bacteria, waste, and chemicals. Proper filtration can preserve the overall health of the aquarium and maintain its beauty.

Want To Have A Lion Head Bunny?

Want To Have A Lion Head Bunny?

17 Nov / 2016



Written By: text_none_author Published In: Other-Blog Hits: 2287 Comment: 0

Lion-head rabbit is one of the newer breeds of domestic rabbits. As of February 1st, 2014 they have been eligible to show for Best in Show and receive legs of Grand Champion like any other of the accepted breeds. The Lion-head rabbit has a wool mane encircling the head, reminiscent of a male lion, hence the name. Other characteristic traits of the Lion-head will be there below, read on to find more about this breed.

The Difference Between Freshwater And Saltwater Aquariums

The Difference Between Freshwater And Saltwater Aquariums

26 May / 2017



Written By: Binita Published In: Fish-Blog Hits: 794 Comment: 0

Should you buy a fresh or saltwater aquarium? Ask most aquarists, and you will hear a persuasive argument on their tanks’ merits and the other’s shortcomings. Yet, there are many enthusiasts who find both tanks to be praiseworthy. There is no litmus test for choosing between the two. Your preference for what goes into the aquarium and your budget.

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