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  • Saber The Cat
    Published about 11 hours ago
    How to get the most out of your quarantine!

    How to get the most out of your quarantine!

    So in case you didn’t read the title, I will be telling you what to do during quarantine so that you are not bored out of your mind. And if you did read the title, congratulations! You can read!
  • Priyanka jain
    Published about 14 hours ago
    How to groom a Pitbull at home?

    How to groom a Pitbull at home?

    Do you own a Pitbull?
  • Toitert
    Published about 15 hours ago
    Dog car seats – yes or no?

    Dog car seats – yes or no?

    Dog car seats – are they just another one unnecessary thing in your house or something that is really important to have if you own a dog? Today many of us like to travel and we do not wish to leave our smallest family members – puppies at home. But as we take them with us on a car, is it enough just to sit him or her in the car seat and do not worry if is it safe enough for everyone in the car?
  • Fabian Gomez
    Published about 17 hours ago
    That Damn Cat

    That Damn Cat

    When I was a young lad, about four or five, I was attacked by a cat. A declawed one, at that, and it traumatized me. Fast-forward 16 years, and I own my very first cat. A Siamese I named “Punk-Ass” as a homage to my father and mother’s Siamese cat “Punk-Ass Feo”, but then changed the name to “Ho” because while watching Jerry Springer I laughed and said “stupid Ho” to the TV and my cat came to me. She would answer to Ho, but not Punk, Punk-ass, or anything else, so it just stuck. Anyways, how, you may ask, did I, an overfed long-haired gnome (shouts out Eric Burdon) go from fearing felines due to a traumatic experience with a boxing kitty, to giving these animals the highest pedestal I can by accepting them as my favorite animal of all time? To answer that question, I really don’t know, that’s a good question for another piece. But let me take you back to the time a declawed cat caused me to fear cats more than death itself.
  • Ugendra
    Published a day ago
    WHY SHOULD DOGS CUT THEIR NAILS?

    WHY SHOULD DOGS CUT THEIR NAILS?

    Different breeds of dogs have different types of claw growth. Some grow much faster than others. How dogs move can help determine if they really need a haircut now. Many take walks on softer surfaces such as grass fields, dirt paths, or indoors. These types of surfaces do not give strong friction to the claws and do not grind them when animals run and play.
  • Charmaine van der Merwe
    Published 4 days ago
    Llama and Alpaca

    Llama and Alpaca

    What is the deal with the Llama and Alpaca, am I living under a stone or have these become very popular of late.
  • Summer Patterson
    Published 4 days ago
    Open water and open minds

    Open water and open minds

    The year is 2000, I'm 5 years old and I just watched the iconic film "JAWS" starring a ravenous Great White shark, out for cold blood. Killing everyone and everything in it's path, leaving destruction in it's wake. Being a young and impressionable native Floridian, this movie really shook me to the core, and it took years for me to recover from the stigma that this movie (and so many others) had created. The media's portrayal of sharks and their insatiable appetite had done it's part in keeping me out of the oceans for quite some time.
  • Margaret Minnicks
    Published 4 days ago
    Does Your Dog Sleep In Your Bed With You?

    Does Your Dog Sleep In Your Bed With You?

    Dogs sleeping with their owners is a popular trend. Dogs have been sleeping in the bed with their owners in many cultures for centuries. Reports show that most dog owners share their bed with their dog. A Mayo Clinic study reveals that 56 percent of owners allow their dogs to sleep in their bed.
  • dcrouzamariana
    Published 5 days ago
    The Best Brush For Pitbull You Will Find

    The Best Brush For Pitbull You Will Find

    Dogs are one of the best buddies that you can have and they are truly a blessing. There is nothing that can really make you the kind of happy the way that dogs can bring to you. This is why it is necessary that you take best care of them so that they will be able to have a longer life. in line with this, Pitbulls are known for having short coats and they do not usually suffer from tangles. However, it is still very much important that you are going to brush them in a regular basis so that you can get rid of their loose hair, the debris and the dust in their coat so that it can be as shiny and glossy as possible. If you are looking for the best brush for Pitbull, here are some that you might want to check into.