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How To Keep Your Pet Bird Happy

March 26th, 2020 |      0 comments

Birds make amusing smart pets. But without proper care and nutrition, it can be quite difficult to keep them happy which can then lead to boredom and development of behavioral issues or even depression.

 

Fortunately, making your pet bird happy requires no rocket science. There are specific practical ways that you can make sure that your pet stays, physically, emotionally, and mentally well. 

 

Basic Ways To Groom Your Pet Rabbit

March 25th, 2020 |      0 comments


Rabbits are adorable, but to keep them safe and happy as pets, they require utmost care and attention. Domesticated rabbits are fragile. This is why pet owners need to be proactive in making sure that they stay out of harm's way. 

 

One of the best ways to do this, believe it or not, is through grooming. Cleaning and proper grooming your pet rabbit will ensure that they do not get accidentally injured or sick. When done right, grooming can keep your pet healthy, safe, and comfortably happy.

 

Should You Adopt An Adult Dog?

February 26th, 2020 |      0 comments

So you’re ready to let another fur baby into your home. You think you’re ready for the responsibility of being a fur parent for the first time, or once more, to a cuddly and ever so loyal pooch.  

Now is the time to ask yourself a very important question. Should you adopt a puppy or opt for a full-grown adult pet? Don’t get me wrong. There’s no wrong answer to this one. But adopting a puppy and adopting an adult dog has stark differences you need to consider. 

Puppies generally need more care, attention, and training. Meanwhile, adult dogs (depending on where you get them from) already have fully developed behavioral characteristics that make their personality. 

 

How To Keep Your Pet Bunny Safe

February 25th, 2020 |      0 comments

Adopting a bunny is a big responsibility. Aside from having to feed them, you also have to consider how fragile they are and create an environment where they can be safe. As a pet owner, you need to make sure that they have the right shelter where they are protected from predators and where they feel free to play, rest and grow.

Bunnies need to have a clean and safe environment where they can grow to be healthy and free. If you’re looking to get yourself a new bunny, here are  a few tips to remember to make sure that they’re happy in their new environment:

 

Why is Your Cat Knocking Things Off The Table?

February 25th, 2020 |      0 comments

Whether it’s your hairbrush, a pen, or one of your most expensive vases, your cat may lay their eyes on it and decide that it’s the perfect item to knock off the table today. Sure, it’s improper and totally uncalled for, but does Molly The Cat care?  Nope, not at all.

Complaints from owners like you and millions of funny cat videos on the internet show testament to how unreasonable these feline creatures can be. They’re awfully cute but can be really strange. And sometimes, they do things that just leave you wondering why you even put up with their behavior. 

Knocking things off is one cat habit that most cat owners want to break. It’s cute and harmless on small doses. But when they start getting too frequent, it can get too obnoxious too soon. 

 

Tips To Retrieve A Fly-away Pet Bird

January 29th, 2020 |      0 comments

Birds flying out and about is perhaps one of the most beautiful things to watch in nature. But as a bird owner, watching your bird literally fly out the window is an entirely different story.  A bird fly-away causes panic followed by hours upon hours of retrieval efforts fueled by anxiety and sheer frustration. 

Flying is the most natural activity for birds, which is why it’s also the most controversial subject in bird keeping. Some bird owners opt to clip their pet’s wings to make sure that they don’t fly too far high or away. However, some others argue that clipping only creates more trouble than providing a mutually beneficial solution for the owner and the bird. 

 

How to Safely Transport Your Pet Fish During Long Distance Trips

January 27th, 2020 |      0 comments

As a fish pet owner, going on a long vacation or moving to a new home leaves you with basically two options for your aquatic pets: (1) temporarily or permanently rehome them, or (2) take them with you. 

 

While rehoming sounds like a viable solution for complicated situations, most of us want to take our pets with us wherever we go. But unlike dogs and cats, transporting aquatic animals is a lot more difficult. It requires a lot of planning and preparation to make sure that your pets stay safe before, during and after transport.

 

In this blog post, we’re diving head-on into how you can keep your pet fish safe during travel. 

 

Dental Tips For Mice

January 27th, 2020 |      0 comments

Mice are popular for being small hyperactive balls of fur with long front teeth that are almost too large and too adorable for their size. Unlike humans who have two pairs of teeth (baby teeth and adult teeth), mice only have a single set for their entire lifetime.

 

They have a total of twelve molar teeth and four incisor teeth. Mice’s teeth typically grow within a few days after they were born. The molar teeth stay at a relatively smaller size while the incisors continue to grow while the mouse ages. 

 
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