Declawing is a surgical procedure involving removal of claws and should not be mistaken for pedicure. Declawing puts the pet in great pain not only during the surgery but also after it. Although it is ...
All breeds and sizes of dogs can be taught easily to speak, and the way to go about it is to call your dog, show him a treat and say “Speak.” He will not understand ...
Possibly the single biggest cause of cats not using the litter box is a medical condition called Feline Urinary Tract Infection (UTI). Your cat often may not display outward symptoms of discomfort and pain early ...
If you own a puppy or adult dog that was adopted from the animal shelter or purchased from a local pet store and he is coughing on a regular basis, there is a good possibility ...
Aggression in dogs can be a very serious problem that can create a tremendous amount of liability for you and your family. This article deals with five of the most common types of aggression however ...
An expert can ascertain the general health of a pet simply by observing the skin and coat. Dry skin tends to spoil the glossy coat and often leads to excessive itching and scratching in pets. Before you do anything about it, it is advisable that you ensure that the dry skin and the resultant itching is […]
With the earthquake in Haiti and the tsunami in Indonesia and other natural disasters, people often wonder if a dog sense a natural disaster. Scientifically, the evidence about whether a dog can sense a natural disaster seems to be inconclusive. Some owners claim that their dogs have warned them immediately before an earthquake has occurred. […]
Even before people were becoming more concerned about the environment and “going green,” many dog owners were already using natural remedies for dogs. Many longtime dog people swear by putting a little apple cider vinegar in their dog’s drinking water, adding some garlic to food to prevent fleas, or using pumpkin for worming. These and […]
How can you tell if your puppy’s encounter with an unfamiliar dog will be a delight or a disaster? That depends on how the other dog acts and how your puppy responds. Pet dogs, though domesticated, interact with each other according to pack protocol. The pack (the basic canine social unit) is structured around a […]
We want our pets to have the best possible care, and this includes feeding them appropriately. Below is a brief idea of what food is best for your pet. Animals, because they are color blind, choose their foods by smell. Most dogs like liver, fat, garlic, onions, lamb, beef, cheese and fish. Cats enjoy chicken, […]
Pets can enjoy the therapeutic effects of aromatherapy as much as humans can. Aside from possibly eliminating bad odors and giving your pet a pleasant perfume, essential oils also serve many practical functions such as boosting your pet’s immune system, fighting off bacteria and viruses, preventing the growth of yeasts and molds and repelling insects. […]
I can imagine that there’s nothing worse than seeing your dog run out into the street and being hit by a car and dying before your eyes. It has to be a very traumatic experience. However that scene plays out over and over again daily all over the country. Here are a few tips to […]
Seizures are symptoms of a disease. It is only when seizures are found to be idiopathic, that is, without a known cause, that seizures are conveniently termed as epilepsy. Actually, most feline seizures occur due to factors other than feline epilepsy. Republished by Blog Post PromoterFree Pet Health Ebook For You…Natural Help for Pet Acne […]