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Healthy And Hassle-Free Dog Food For Picky Eaters
Hi doggos and doggo owners alike! I’m Stripe, a Chinese crested mix who resembles the Gremlins character so much I was named after him. I am a pandemic puppy, and I turned three years old on Valentine’s Day! (Boy, time flies when you’re having fun…and eating well!)Stripe HairlessPublished 24 days ago in Petlife
The possums are taking over
Definitely not playing possum I lived in the county until I was 19 and never saw the critters that I am noticing since moving to the city. Deer, turkey vultures, groundhogs, skunks, possums, and raccoons were not a part of my early life and my brother says it's because they had lots of woods to live in. In 2020 at a previous address I saw what I first thought were baby rats near the backyard fence but upon further inspection and looking at pictures on the Internet, I realized they were baby possums playing in the grass. A few days later one of them was lying dead and the others were gone.Cheryl E PrestonPublished 2 months ago in Petlife
A Soft Place to Rest
“Do you think they can see us up here?” “What do you mean Toto?” “Do you think they can see us up here like the balloons that KimKim always let go of?”Oneg In The ArcticPublished 2 months ago in Petlife
The Plight of an Equinologist
The Plight of an Equinologist An equinologist is a person who studies horses. -- W0rd Sense Dictionary The wind streams my long hair behind me in the wind made by the horse galloping beneath me, no leather to restrict us. We are free.
I knew I was in trouble as soon as the email flashed up on the screen: “My office. 2pm sharp. Bring Ellie with you.” Chewing on my bottom lip, I peer over the top of my computer and click my fingers.Caroline Craven
Dog's Eye View
I woke up to a large paw in my face and 103 pounds of dog on my torso. I'm only 100 pounds, so the weight was more than noticeable. It crushed my chest, making breathing less than easy. And Rudy's nails needed a trimming. I noticed that as they bore into my face like razor blades.
A Little Bit of Me
A Little Bit of Me I watched the movie in fascination: my first movie in a movie theater, and it was larger than life! I was eight years old and seeing “The Black Stallion” on the big screen, which cemented my passion.
When I call her name, she is there. When I am scared, she is there. When I am crying, she is there. When I am content, she is there.#KristinaWritesPublished 4 months ago in Petlife
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The Pet Whisperers
Being a pet parent is hard. We make it easy. Become a pet whisperer with these tips and tricks.
Beasts of the Wild
Lions and tigers and bears - oh my! Exploring majestic beasts in their natural habitats.
Animals of the Internet
The viral pets that make us squeal, aww, and cry. Making your newsfeed cuter each and every day.
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Can Dogs Eat Guava? Safe or Dangerous
Yes, dogs can eat guava. It is generally safe for dogs to consume guava in moderation. Guava is a tropical fruit that can provide dogs with beneficial nutrients like vitamin C and fiber.Typical DudePublished about a minute ago in Petlife
Once upon a time in a quaint little town nestled by the sea, there lived a woman named Emily. She was a kind-hearted soul with an undying love for cats. Her cozy cottage was a sanctuary for these furry creatures, and her days were filled with warmth and joy, thanks to her whiskered companions.
10 Mistakes That can Shorten Your Pet's Life
Introduction: Having a pet brings immense joy and companionship to our lives. As pet owners, it is our responsibility to provide them with the best care possible to ensure their well-being and longevity. Unfortunately, there are several common mistakes that pet owners make, often unknowingly, which can significantly shorten their pets' lives. In this article, we will explore 10 such mistakes and provide advice on how to avoid them, allowing your furry friend to live a happy and healthy life by your side.
Dog Park Near Me? Is Hiking a Better Alternative?
When it comes to providing exercise and socialization opportunities for my dog, I feel fortunate to have a range of options where I currently live in Estonia. Two popular choices I often consider are taking my dog to the local dog park or going on hikes together. Both options have their own merits and considerations. In this article, I will delve into the pros and cons of taking my dog to the dog park and compare it to the alternative of hiking. By carefully weighing these factors, I can make an informed decision that aligns with my dog’s needs and preferences.Joanne SantosPublished about 5 hours ago in Petlife
Unveiling the Unexpected: How Cats Can Benefit Allergy Sufferers
Cats have long been a subject of fascination and adoration for many people around the world. However, for individuals with allergies, the prospect of owning a cat can be daunting. It's commonly believed that cats are a major source of allergens that can trigger allergic reactions. Surprisingly, recent studies have revealed some unexpected benefits that cats can bring to allergy sufferers. In this article, we will explore how cats can be beneficial for allergies and how owning a cat may not be out of reach for those who love felines but suffer from allergies.The Pet HubPublished about 5 hours ago in Petlife
Once upon a time, in a small town on the outskirts of a bustling city, there lived a dog named Scruffy. Scruffy was a rather peculiar-looking dog, with matted fur, a crooked tail, and a perpetually sad expression on his face. His droopy eyes seemed to hold a lifetime of disappointment and misfortune.
Why Do Dogs Have Whiskers? Exploring the Fascinating World of Canine Whiskerology
Dogs are captivating creatures that never cease to amaze us with their unique traits and abilities. Among their many remarkable features, whiskers stand out as intriguing and enigmatic. But why do dogs have whiskers? What purpose do these seemingly innocuous facial hairs serve? In this comprehensive article, we will embark on a journey of discovery, unraveling the secrets of canine whiskerology. From their sensory functions to their role in communication and navigation, we will explore the multifaceted nature of dog whiskers and gain a deeper understanding of their significance in a dog's life.Mastering Dog Training & CarePublished about 6 hours ago in Petlife
Roaring Wonders: Unveiling the Astonishing World of Tigers
Tigers are magnificent creatures that captivate our imagination with their beauty, strength, and grace. Here are some wonderful facts about tigers:Ajith KumarPublished about 8 hours ago in Petlife
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