Tag: pets

  • Pet Owner Are The Majority Population In The U.S.

    Pet recovery is improved if the finders of lost pets have an identification system, and the pet ID tag is the most recognizable items that a pet owner can put.

  • A Look at Discount Dog Beds

    It’s actually more difficult to find designer and luxury dog beds especially for oversized pets than it is to find discount dog beds for average sized animals.

  • Personal Pet Check-Ups

    Diet is the best place to start. Consult and check into alternative therapies. Your pet’s health is up to you, so these signs should not be overlooked.

  • Choosing your Boxer Dog

    An easier and more pleasant journey with your chosen Boxer starts with checking out the parent dogs for unbecoming traits like aggression, hyperactive and extreme shyness.

  • The Pros and Cons of Vaccinating Your Dog

    To vaccinate or not to vaccinate? That’s become the burning question of many dog owners in this day and age. I’m not a veterinarian, just a regular pet owner like yourself, but would like to impart the information I’ve found regarding regular vaccinations for animals.

  • Decisions, Decisions, Decisions

    Well considered, objective decisions can lead to much pleasure and happiness. Conversely a hasty, unwise choice may result in frustration and unhappiness.

  • Is Pet Insurance Right for You?

    Pet insurance is a health plan for your pet to insure against large and small unexpected veterinary bills over the life of your pet. Potential treatments for your pet now rival human treatments both in sophistication and cost

  • Goldfish Diseases: How To Spot Them, Treat Them And Hopefully Prevent Them

    Many small animals and fish are susceptible to diseases and once infected, have greatly shortened life spans. A goldfish can get sick if his tank is dirty, the water and oxygen levels are too low, the temperatures are too warm or too cool and if he is not being fed properly.

  • Pet Pampering Business is Booming

    It’s no secret that Americans love their pets. In fact, we spend billions of dollars every year on feeding, grooming, and vet visits, as well as toys and other pampering supplies. Chances are your town even has some kind of gourmet retail outlet for dog and cat treats.

  • Your Child’s First Pet

    Mice generally have a shorter life span than gerbils, and are by far the highest maintenance. However, any of these pets are perfect for a child’s first pet.

  • Pet Drug Patches

    The use of transdermal patches within human medicine is very popular for people who may want to quit smoking, relieve pain and even to replace hormones. Can these drug patches work for our pets?

  • Types of Parrots

    Interested in parrots? Welcome to the world of the flying feathers. All types of parrots are brightly colored with a few exceptions. Some types of parrots are small, cuddly and cute. Others are bigger and grander than their smaller relations. The most common types of parrots are green in color and make wonderful pets.