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  • Kacie Turton
    Published 24 minutes ago
    A Letter To My Pup Up In Heaven

    A Letter To My Pup Up In Heaven

    Dear Cooper,
  • K
    Published about 5 hours ago
    Golden Eagle's Satellite Tag Found Dumped in River

    Golden Eagle's Satellite Tag Found Dumped in River

    The story starts in 2016 when the satellite tag for a golden eagle stopped transmitting information about the eagle's whereabouts. This happened in Perthshire, near a grouse moor used for hunting, so suspicions were raised that it may have been killed illegally. Given the history of the golden eagle in Scotland, this is not an idle worry as gamekeepers have often targeted the birds due to their perceived threat to hunting stock.
  • Francisco Diaz
    Published about 7 hours ago
    Adorable Axolotls

    Adorable Axolotls

    In my article Venom, I talked a little bit about these strange yet harmless little creatures. Now I'm back to offer some more info on keeping these salamanders which are being kept alive by the Pet Trade. Axolotl's are native to lake Xochimilco in Mexico City, but are now rarely found in the wild. These creatures now only exist in captivity in labs and as pets. They are inexpensive and easy to keep, so keeping them and breeding them is a helpful act of conservation. I won't get into breeding them, but I will give some basic tips on how to care for one.
  • Francisco Diaz
    Published about 8 hours ago
    Chameleon Care

    Chameleon Care

    One of the most popular lizards in the pet trade is the Chameleon. With their curly prehensile tail, the independently moving eyes, the long tongue used to catch prey, the fact that it changes colors: What’s not to like? In fact, it is often a child’s first pet reptile. Veterinarians in general do not recommend reptiles as children’s pets. Because they are more delicate than dogs or cats for example, and often require more work and responsibility. The temperature has to be just right. The humidity has to be just right. The Calcium and Vitamin D ratio have to be just right. And though you can eyeball many of these factors with some reptiles…not with Chameleons.
  • Galvez 5amily
    Published about 8 hours ago
    PANDAS FOREVER

    PANDAS FOREVER

    With about 300 officially recognized zoos in the United States, it is tricky to decide what are the best zoos given that America offers a wide range of animal-focused attractions for you to choose from.
  • Alice Toneatto
    Published a day ago
    10 Things You Should Know Before Getting a Cat

    10 Things You Should Know Before Getting a Cat

    harming, sassy, cuddly, and smart are only some of the most common adjectives used to describe cats.
  • swotbusiness
    Published 2 days ago
    Teacup Puppy

    Teacup Puppy

    Teacup dogs are minimized versions of larger breeds named for their size, they has been bred to be as small as possible. They are capable of fitting inside little cups. They are the tiniest dogs in the world and are preferred for their convenient size, cute puppy-like visage, and low necessity for workout. The most distinct of the teacup dogs are from the toy dog group such as teacup Yorkshire terriers and pugs, although other breeds, such as beagles, have also been bred in the miniature size. Off the record, a teacup dog is a dog that is at least 1 year old and size at 17 inches or less. They usually weigh 4 pounds or less at maturity. Anyhow, there is no one mandatory size since teacup dogs are not a regulated or official breed.
  • Kari Oakley
    Published 3 days ago
    6 Things You Should Look Into to Help Your Dog

    6 Things You Should Look Into to Help Your Dog

    Getting a new dog is a big responsibility. After all, a dog will become part of your family for many years to come. Before you make any decision or bring a dog home, learn about what they need to live full, rewarding lives well beyond puppyhood.
  • Sasha McGregor
    Published 3 days ago
    5 Things New Pet Owners Need to Know

    5 Things New Pet Owners Need to Know

    Bringing home a new pet is a really exciting event. While a new pet is going to be a source of tremendous fun and happiness, taking care of a pet is a big responsibility. It’s important for new pet owners to be aware of what’s involved in taking great care of a pet and what they’ll need to do to keep their pets happy and healthy.