The Pet Whisperers
Being a pet parent is hard. We make it easy. Become a pet whisperer with these tips and tricks.
In House Pet Grooming: Tips and Guidelines
Owning a pet is a lovely task; you get to feel the love and acceptance all around. But, a healthy pet requires utmost care and timely hospital visits, and medication. So, you need to get your hands on the best animal specialist clinic in Dubai.
3 Things My 3-Legged Cat Taught Me About Life
Have you ever loved pesto pasta so much you named your pet after it? Well that's the roundabout reasoning for my cat, Basil's name. But I like to think it's also short for Basilica, because much like that Gaudian cathedral, he too is unfinished. Three limbs and a lack of one.
Throw Out the Dreaded Cone Collar
We’ve all been there. Your fur-baby has just undergone a traumatic experience at the vet, a spay/neuter or an injury, and the doctor hands you this torture device and tells you it’s imperative you keep it on your pet, so they won’t disturb the healing of the area. The dreaded cone collar...
Should You Use a Cat Training Mat?
I have always had cats…and I always will. Brought up in a family where our multiple pets were considered furry babies, I carried that way of thinking into my adulthood. I cannot imagine life without pets to love, and I bond deeply with animals, especially my cats.
Picky Puppies: Some Suggestions for Getting Food into Your Reluctant (canine) Eater
Our puppy was around 7 months old when her appetite changed. She stopped gobbling down her kibbles as she had for the first few months of her life with us. Instead, whenever we gave her food, she would look at the bowl, look at us, look at the bowl, and walk away without touching the kibbles. We could not figure out what had changed. She was still drinking water. She was still peeing and pooping and playing as usual and there were no signs that she was in pain. We consulted with the vet and were told that they would likely not find anything wrong with her if we brought her in. We were advised to just monitor her at home and bring her in if she developed any other symptoms.
The truth about bunnies that everyone has to know
Rabbits become very popular around Spring time because they are basically the mascots for Easter. The majority of us around the world know about the Easter bunny and there's usually the Easter Egg hunt that is the main activity for children around this period of time.
4 Accessories to Keep Your Dogs Cool in The Summer
The summer season is almost here, and you know who knows this better than you? You’re right, your canine friends. Dogs don’t sweat, and as a result, they are unable to cool down during the hot summer days.
Saving Gary: How to Help a Snail Off the Street
Have you ever seen a snail in the middle of the street and wanted to get it out of harm’s way? If you’re like me and you'd like to help a little friend out, but you don't know how, here’s a nugget of helpful information!
Finding the Best Dog Harness for Your Beloved Pet In Australia
Do you want to make your adorable pet dog happy? Yeah, we know the answer. You would want it all, from good food, a nutritious and safe diet, to lovely and appealing toys, skincare and grooming items, and luxurious accessories that will fit and suit your pet. Dogs are such wonderful companions that we can't help but do something nice for them. Since we all know that a dog is a man's best friend, here are some suggestions for making that particular best friend happy and joyful.
Nature is a Million Questions
It was a Tuesday morning early in June; the sun warm and bright promising a lovely afternoon. I was checking the oil in our tour bus when I felt my sleeve being pulled gently. I turned to see an elderly lady – obviously a tourist here for a visit. “Hello” I said acknowledging her contact.
What to Do If You Find a Cougar in Your Living Room
Despite what you might be thinking, this story is not about an older woman dating a younger man. I read a news story about a woman in southern Oregon who discovered a cougar relaxing in her living room. That’s right, an actual cougar wandered in, hung out, and took a long nap.
Animal Traning In The Time of COVID-19: Words of Wisdom By The Welfare and Husbandry Innovative Training
The COVID-19 Pandemic has not been kind to the zoo and aquarium community, for it has seen many facilities be forced to either furlough or layoff their staff members. Meanwhile, some facilities have begun to experience some serious financial problems to the point where they were forced to shut down for good. Those facilities are currently struggling to re home their animals at surviving facilities, who would otherwise be euthanized if such facilities were not found.