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Exercise & Care Of Your Guinea Pig

December 31, 2009 by  
Filed under Exotic Pets

Indoor Exercise: Your Guinea Pig will want to be in a safe area in your home, on tiles preferably. Or in a cage just for indoors for them – although it’s not required. Outside Exercise: In a grazing hutch is the safest way, it has the grass coming through the floor. You can make your [...]

Cat Pet Supplies – Best Quality Supplies For Purchase!

December 1, 2009 by  
Filed under Cats

Cats are mainly a small, carnivorous animal which is classified to its breed. However, they are most popular as a household pet, and valuable for killing mice and rats. Likewise, cats possess excellent memory and exhibit considerable aptitude for learning by observation and experience. Although cats have a reputation for being relatively Independent, domestic cats [...]

The Truth About Stopping a Dog From Biting

November 26, 2009 by  
Filed under Dogs

If you or someone you love has children, or there are children in the neighborhood, you have a duty to make sure your dog will not bite. Not only is it for the safety of your kind and yourself, but it is for the safety of your dog. If one day they decide that they [...]

Troubleshooting Dirty Aquariums

November 13, 2009 by  
Filed under Fish

After setting up a freshwater aquarium it’s now time to simply relax and watch your mini ecosystem thrive. Right… not entirely! Once you setup freshwater aquarium begins the true challenge of maintaining it. You’ve taken time in choosing the right combination of fish, plants and other elements to make a beautiful creation. But maintaining it [...]

Teaching a Parrot to Speak

September 30, 2009 by  
Filed under Birds

Pet keeping is a hobby many are interested in. Yet, there are some animals such as dogs that entail much time out of a day to be walked. Then there are animals like guinea pigs that live so short that it is difficult to get tied to them. Parrots do not have any of these [...]

Senior Cats' Health Issues

September 7, 2009 by  
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Senior cats will face some gradual or sudden changes in both their health as well as their behavior. All cats will age differently but there will all one thing in common as your cat ages; they will have special needs. A healthy life span in cats is considered to be 18 years, and all cats [...]

Rabbits – Not Always the Best Pets

August 29, 2009 by  
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There are a lot of preconceptions about rabbits. Some of these are due in part to the rabbit’s depiction in popular fiction. Bugs Bunny has given us the rabbit with an ability to wise-crack and outsmart his enemies. The tale of the “Tortoise and the Hare” portrays a lightning-fast rabbit who is overconfident in his [...]

A Clean Cage and Your Pet Bird's Health

August 11, 2009 by  
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The top priority of the pet owner should be ensuring that your pet is healthy. This is no different having a cat, dog or bird. We want to make sure the birds that are part of our families are healthy not only for themselves but also for the members of your family. Birds do have [...]

Guppies – Live Birth Fish

July 30, 2009 by  
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t is true that most fish lay eggs. Guppies and Mollies are not one of these types of fish. They can have up to between 9 and a couple baby fish at the same time. They come in a variety of colors. If their tank is a little bit warmer than normal, it increases their [...]

Cat Diarrhea Causes and Remedies

July 17, 2009 by  
Filed under Cats

Cats usually don’t have diarrhea, at least not when they’re healthy. When it shows up, it might be a sign of an internal problem, probably digestive. If the episode of diarrhea is short, it’s not a problem, and it might be caused by something in the food or water. As soon as those substances clear [...]

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