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  1. What Language Do Animals Speak?Tue, 21 Apr 2015 14:58:41 -0500
    As an animal communicator, I've been asked numerous questions by friends and clients regarding my skill. All their questions lead to one bigger question: What language does an animal speak? Some may say animal language, others may call it sign language, body language, telepathic connection, or mind reading, but for me it's simply universal language. Why is it called universal language? Read the details here. More...
  2. A Pet Is a Forever FriendMon, 20 Apr 2015 13:08:49 -0500
    Are you considering bringing a new pet into your home? Make sure you're ready for all the responsibilities that come along with it. A pet is a forever friend, not just for a minute. More...
  3. Why Adopting a Pet Is So Much More RewardingMon, 20 Apr 2015 13:05:24 -0500
    I am the owner of some of the most loving animals in the world. Some call me a crazy cat lady because in the past few years I have adopted three cats from animal shelters. Each one has its own personality and temperament that make them unique and interesting. More...
  4. Superstitions and Your PetMon, 20 Apr 2015 10:56:44 -0500
    Animals have played a big role throughout human civilization, so it's no wonder we have so many superstitions surrounding pets! While a lot of superstitions may seem crazy, there are actually practical reasons for others. Check out our list below to find out what sort of old-world beliefs may have affected your pet's life! More...
  5. Health Benefits of Having PetsMon, 06 Apr 2015 08:56:14 -0500
    Pets are not just entertaining companions. They can also contribute to better health. Owning a pet involves a number of activities and natural processes that affect the physical, mental and social health in their human owners. Here are just a few of the known benefits of owning a pet: More...
  6. Understanding the Journey of Loving a PetFri, 03 Apr 2015 13:34:54 -0500
    Despite all of my hope for intellectually understanding this life/death dynamic, the reality is that we will outlive our pets. So, I strive to enjoy each and every precious moment with all my client's pets and mine, too. I try to never take their unconditional love and faith in me for granted. We love the puppy and the kitten, the expectations of growth and the future adventures together. Admittedly, we are not ever prepared to say goodbye when they have come to the end of their journey here. More...
  7. Pet Air Purification: Why a Multi-Step Approach May Be Necessary for ResultsThu, 02 Apr 2015 13:14:47 -0500
    Many people battle dander and odor from their indoor pets and find it difficult to get consistently good results, even with the best air cleaners. Research is showing, however, that a multi-step approach in addition to air filtration is the best way to keep pollutants down and air quality high. More...
  8. Veterinary Care: When Your Pet Isn't Feeling WellWed, 01 Apr 2015 09:58:29 -0500
    Pets need proper care and drug prescription when they aren't feeling well. In such instances, you should visit a professional veterinary medical practitioner to provide your pet with the care, which it longs for. More...
Fish News
  1. The Fun and Rewarding Hobby of Keeping Pet GoldfishFri, 20 Mar 2015 10:19:15 -0500
    Have you ever discouraged yourself from owning pet goldfish because of what other previous goldfish owners have said about them, particularly the negatives? Well, you shouldn't; especially if you can't vouch for the truth on why their goldfish originally died! Perhaps the owner tried to keep the fish in a bowl, after partaking in the TV show myth of happy goldfish swimming in an adorable round bowl. More...
  2. Chilled Out Koi: How Koi Survive Frozen Ponds in WinterMon, 02 Mar 2015 08:26:45 -0600
    Explanation of the physiology and biology of what happens to koi after the pond freezes over. This article talks about decreasing food needs as well as decreases activity. More...
  3. About Starting a Salt Water/Marine AquariumTue, 24 Feb 2015 09:41:27 -0600
    Saltwater aquarium fish are among the loveliest of animals to be found anywhere in the world. Many different saltwater aquarium fish can be housed in your marine tank provided you will know the things they need in regards to care, that include feeding, environment, competitors and space to grow. Any marine enthusiast strongly believe that setting up a marine tank is difficult hence is selecting the most appropriate saltwater aquarium fish! More...
  4. Quarantining FishFri, 06 Feb 2015 15:47:29 -0600
    Quarantining a fish is important. You have to know how it works, when to quarantine a fish, and how to set up a quarantine tank. More...
Cat News
  1. What It Means If a Cat Is Panting and DroolingThu, 23 Apr 2015 06:18:28 -0500
    Panting is normal for a cat to help it cool itself down while cats often drool when purring. So how do you know when these normal behaviours become a sign of a problem? Here we look at the main reasons that either should mean a call to the vet. More...
  2. How to Treat Eye Infections in CatsWed, 22 Apr 2015 06:06:36 -0500
    Some cats are naturally prone to eye infections while others can contract them only very occasionally. There are a number of infections and conditions that can affect a cat's eyes and some can be very serious. Here we look at the most common and what can be done to treat them. More...
  3. Reasons Why Your Cat's Eyes Are WateringMon, 20 Apr 2015 06:19:41 -0500
    When a cat's eyes are watering, they can't tell us why so we have to use a little detective work to see what the problem may be. Here we look at the most common causes of watering eyes in cats and what needs to be done to stop it. More...
  4. Essential Guide: Understanding Your Cat's Food DietThu, 16 Apr 2015 10:25:25 -0500
    The Essential Guide to Cat Food diets: What you need to know - When admiring our serenely sleeping cats curled up cosily at the end of the bed it's hard to rationalise that these beautiful elegant creatures who have become affectionate companions and confidants over the years are in reality lean, mean killing machines when it comes to their eating habits. For most cat owners, the fact that we are actually harbouring a skilled assassin is something we would rather turn a blind eye to. More...
  5. A Story About The Magic of a Cat's TailTue, 14 Apr 2015 13:55:31 -0500
    What special moments are brought about when a cat wants to bring calmness to their owner? A personal moment between feline and owner is as moving as any pet story when emotions are running high. This is such a story between myself and Snoopy. More...
  6. Cat Behaviour RevealedFri, 10 Apr 2015 14:14:50 -0500
    We all love our pets but we know very little about them. We take the relationship with our animals for granted and fail to see the signs that something is wrong. This article looks at what has gone wrong with your cat when it sprays and pees indoors. More...
  7. Tips For Preventing Cat HairballsThu, 09 Apr 2015 12:51:35 -0500
    Hairballs in cats must be taken as a serious matter. When it is not treated immediately, your cat might become very weak, and eventually, die. More...
  8. Can Cats Develop Cancer?Thu, 09 Apr 2015 05:55:20 -0500
    Cancer in humans is a major killer and affects many people directly or indirectly. Cats can also develop cancer, but hide it well so spotting a problem needs careful observation. Here we glimpse the most common cat cancers and how to spot them. More...
Dog News
  1. You Can Train Your Dog to Behave Quick and EasyFri, 24 Apr 2015 15:22:55 -0500
    Learn how to train your dog to obey your commands. Stop bad habits of chewing, aggression, biting, separation anxiety,jumping on people. Potty training for your new puppy. More...
  2. Running With A Dog, Some Tricks Of My TradeFri, 24 Apr 2015 13:22:55 -0500
    I try not to give out too many tricks of the trade, a magician never tells his secrets they say, but there are some basics in regards to dog running I think are important for awareness. There is a lot to running with a dog, but it's a very rewarding experience. More...
  3. Fruits and Veggies For Your Pet? You Bet!Wed, 22 Apr 2015 15:21:13 -0500
    While fruits and veggies for some pets are common-sense, like rabbits or hamsters, they can seem a little unorthodox for dogs and cats! It turns out that many fruits and veggies can add a lot of important nutrients to your pet's diet that even the more expensive dog or cat foods can be missing. They can also be a great way to help an overweight pet slim down! More...
  4. How Do I Stop My Dog Barking?Wed, 22 Apr 2015 14:53:21 -0500
    "How do I stop my dog barking?" is the most common training question asked by pet owners today. Many owners view barking as nuisance behaviour and something that needs to be stopped at all costs. However, it is important to remember that barking is your dog's way of communicating something to you and it is up to you to work out what he/she is trying to tell you. Barking may seem random and unprovoked to us humans but it isn't. More...
  5. Facts About Neutering or Spaying Your DogWed, 22 Apr 2015 10:15:35 -0500
    Well, it actually depends upon the dog owner whether the dog should be sterilized or not. However, understanding the purpose behind spaying or neutering the puppy, one must definitely go for this as over population has become one of the major concerns today. Not only is it a dangerous problem but also incurs a large amount of money. More...
  6. The Benefits of Therapy DogsTue, 21 Apr 2015 08:19:51 -0500
    Therapy dogs have been used to help out patients in hospitals, nursing homes, disaster areas, etc. The effects of having these animals around are starting to show through. More...
  7. Tips to Keep Veterinary Costs DownMon, 20 Apr 2015 12:40:02 -0500
    When owning a pet, veterinary care can contribute the most to the expense of caring for your pet. Here are some tips to help keep veterinary costs down to a minimum and care for your pet to the maximum. More...
  8. Top 10 Most Interesting Facts About DogsMon, 20 Apr 2015 07:03:20 -0500
    The most loved animals are whales in the sea and dogs on the land. The two of them share the characteristic that we all as humans need and share without exceptions, friendliness. Dogs are well known for their friendly and loyal attitudes that they might put themselves in danger for the sake of their human friend. The surprise here is that, unlike a number of other animals, dogs did not come to the world with a blank slate, so to say. I mean that their social attitude is not a built-in feature; instead they have learned it after domestication by humans. And this is the first interesting fact about dogs, they are very good learners. Let us see the rest in the following list. More...
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