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  1. Why Have Animals In Your Life?Tue, 12 May 2015 06:40:50 -0500
    "Until a person has loved an animal a part of the soul remains unawakened." ~ Anatole France. People who love animals know that there are many very good reasons to have animals in your life. Love and Presence Animals who have been loved love back in a pure and profound way - a way that awakens a part of your soul like nothing else can. More...
  2. How to Properly Take Care of Your Dogs and CatsThu, 07 May 2015 08:44:52 -0500
    The world borders are shrinking and people are moving all over the globe in pursuit of jobs and careers. Pets are increasingly taking the place of siblings and family to stave off loneliness. At the end of a long day at work, a lot of people find it reassuring to know their pet will be waiting for them at home. More...
  3. Frontline Plus for Dogs - Discover What Underlies Beneath the TreatmentMon, 27 Apr 2015 10:14:18 -0500
    Dogs and cats are more prone to external parasite attacks during summers. Various pests like flies, mites, mosquitoes and many more irritate your pets and some of them may even cause itching, inflammation and parasitic infections. Among them, fleas and ticks are the most common pesky organisms that harm your furry friends. Pet parents always look for the best remedy for treating their pets in order to keep them safe and healthy. More...
  4. 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...
  5. 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...
  6. 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...
  7. 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...
  8. 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...
Fish News
  1. Initial Design Considerations for Building an Easy to Maintain Koi Pond or Water GardenMon, 27 Apr 2015 13:19:15 -0500
    We discuss key early koi pond design considerations that significantly impact: the cost of initial construction, ease of future maintenance, and the creation of a safe and thriving habitat. We review location best practices for your pond and how pond location will influence equipment choices, cost and maintenance. More...
  2. 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...
  3. 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...
  4. 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...
Cat News
  1. What Is the Smallest Kitten Breed?Fri, 22 May 2015 05:46:23 -0500
    Cats come in all shapes, colors and sizes so finding the smallest breeds can be a little challenging. All kittens are small and cute but some are really large when grown up. Here we look at the small ones that stay small. More...
  2. Can Cats Get Colds From Humans?Thu, 21 May 2015 05:52:29 -0500
    Having a cold is bad enough but the worry of passing it to your cat can make you feel worse. Here we look at the possibility as well as what cat flu really is. More...
  3. Causes of Cat BlindnessWed, 20 May 2015 05:54:34 -0500
    Going blind for a cat can be disorientating and frightening, but is also something they can adapt to. The important part is finding out what the underlying problem is, in case treatment is needed. Here we look at the main causes. More...
  4. Trap-Neuter-Return ProgramTue, 19 May 2015 11:46:29 -0500
    Summary: I read an article on the Trap-Neuter-Return program possibly coming to our county. I vaguely know about this program though. It will be interesting to see what the final vote will be. More...
  5. Animal Territoriality - Are Dogs Or Cats More Territorial?Mon, 18 May 2015 13:24:44 -0500
    Both cats and dogs are territorial in their own way and react differently to anyone infringing on those territories. Here we look at the differences and the signs of a problem in both species. More...
  6. Why Cats Poop Outside the Litter BoxMon, 18 May 2015 05:41:59 -0500
    Finding your cat has left you an unpleasant parcel somewhere around the house is definitely not a plus point to owning a cat. But cats don't do this for no reason so as owners we must decide why the cat has chosen to poop outside their litter box. Here are some suggestions. More...
  7. Why Cats Get ConstipatedSun, 17 May 2015 17:41:08 -0500
    Constipation can be for cats as uncomfortable and painful as for humans but can also be a sign of an underlying health problem. Here we look at the main causes and treatments for constipation. More...
  8. How to Prevent Cats From Spraying in the HouseSun, 17 May 2015 17:40:42 -0500
    Cat urine has a terrible smell and is unpleasant to find anywhere other than the cat litter box. Urine spraying can be as a result of a physical problem but mainly as a result of territorial urges. Here we look at causes and solutions to the problem. More...
Dog News
  1. 9 Common Dog Training Mistakes and How to Fix ThemThu, 21 May 2015 13:37:23 -0500
    As a professional dog trainer of eight years, I've helped hundreds of people enjoy better relationships with their canine companions. After talking to me, people are often surprised at how seemingly unimportant yet simple mistakes can have such an impact on their dog training success. Here are the nine most common dog training mistakes that I see people make and how you can fix or avoid them. More...
  2. Read These Dogs Tips From An ExpertWed, 20 May 2015 15:38:44 -0500
    We all love to ask for advice. Sometimes we ask about our children, or a house repair, or even financial situations. Asking for advice about dogs is also great, and this article is a perfect place to start. You'll find a ton of tips which really change how you view your dog. More...
  3. Hard Time Training Your Pooch? Try These Expert Tips!Wed, 20 May 2015 13:27:40 -0500
    Many dogs like to dig, but you can stop this behavior if you know the proper way to train your dog. Like most dogs they get bored easily from their daily routine and can often turn to unacceptable behavior such as digging. This article contains a number of tips on how to prevent your dog from digging that will keep you happy and your dog from tearing up your yard. More...
  4. Expert View on the US's Favorite DogsWed, 20 May 2015 10:54:19 -0500
    The Labrador Retriever's endearing traits, adaptable living situation, healthy disposition, and easy care requirements make this breed a great choice for any moderately-active dog owner. Labs bred from English lines (English Labs) are more calm and laid back than Labradors bred from American lines. English Labs mature quicker than the American type. More...
  5. An Expert Guide To The Rottweiler: The Loving GuardianWed, 20 May 2015 10:24:52 -0500
    Rottweilers have received a large amount of bad press for their protective and fearless nature. However, the breed is known to be very mellow with its family and does well with children. More...
  6. An Expert Guide To The Labrador Retriever: Best Dog Ever!Wed, 20 May 2015 10:23:39 -0500
    Labrador Retriever The Labrador Retriever, or just "Lab" as it is commonly referred, is a member of the Sporting Group and is America's most popular dog. As a lovable companion or a working dog in the field, this versatile breed adapts to many different environments and has been delighting dog owners since the 1800s. Their docile nature makes them perfect for companionship and they are commonly used as service dogs for this reason. More...
  7. The Beagle Dog Breed: An Expert Guide To This Lovable HoundWed, 20 May 2015 06:55:57 -0500
    The Beagle is a member of the Hound Group and is America's fifth most popular dog. This breed has origins dating back roughly 2,500 years ago. Today, the Beagle's keen sense of smell makes it the popular choice for working in airport security, while its amiable nature, size, and lack of health problems make them a common choice for a family pet More...
  8. An Expert Guide To The Bulldog: The Gentle HeroWed, 20 May 2015 06:55:23 -0500
    The Bulldog, also known as the English Bulldog or British Bulldog, is a member of the Non-Sporting Group and is a dignified dog with a pushed in nose. They were originally used to guard and bait bulls for butchers before the slaughter of the bulls, but despite this history, the Bulldog is generally friendly with everyone it meets and is the fourth most popular dog breed in the United States. More...
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