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Moving to a new area can be a stressful ordeal for all involved,
especially your pets. The chaos of packing, moving furniture and
the strangeness of a new area can leave your cat or dog spinning.
However, with a little advance planning, patience, and affection
you can help your pet quickly adjust to their new neighborhood.
"Before you move make sure that your p... (Read More)
When most people think of their ideal pet a certain breed of dog
or cat instantly comes to mind. However, for those that love more
exotic pets and are willing to put in a little more time and effort
a pot-bellied pig can be an ideal choice.
"Pot-bellied pigs, including mini and micro pigs, can make good
indoor and outdoor pets," said Philippa Sprake, Clinical A... (Read More)
As summer progresses and temperatures come close to triple
digits, many of us make it a habit to protect ourselves from the
sweltering heat. Unfortunately for our pets these scorching summer
months are not only uncomfortable, but they are also a time when
the risk of heat stroke is at its highest.
"A heat stroke occurs when the body's ability to rid itself of
... (Read More)
We all know that smoking is bad for our health, but what might
surprise many pet-owners are the dangerous effects that same smoke
can have on their four-legged loved ones after some time.
"There are studies that show that dogs exposed to large amounts
of second-hand smoke have significant changes to their lung tissue
over time," said Heather Wilson-Robles, assi... (Read More)
There's no mistaking it, baby pets are adorable and many grow up
to become magnificent companions. Unfortunately pet owners often
forget the trouble involved with raising a pet from infancy, and
overlook the countless mature dogs awaiting adoption from shelters
and rescue organizations.
"Consider adopting an older pet if you want to skip the
house-training and... (Read More)
We've all done it before. You see a cute, seemingly hungry
animal in the wild and instantly start thinking of names and
working out how you will care for your new pet. But while having a
pet deer may seem like a novel idea at first, feeding and caring
for wildlife can be not only dangerous for you and the animal, but
in many cases it is also against the law.
"... (Read More)
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