Don't Want To Lose Your Best Friend? 2 Ways To Increase The Lifespan Of Your Beloved Dog

Posted on: 19 December 2015

If you have a dog, then you know how much joy your "best friend" brings to your life, and you likely wish he could live as long as you. However, dogs just have shorter lifespans than humans, so most dog owners face the death of their pets at least once in a lifetime. While you can't make your dog live forever, there are two easy ways to ensure he or she lives as long as possible.
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Is Your Cat Sick Of Her Food, Or Is She Too Sick To Eat?

Posted on: 23 September 2015

If your cat opted out of eating when you served up her breakfast, your first instinct may be to shrug her off as a stereotypical finicky feline and go about your business of the day, assuming that the cat will eat when she gets hungry enough. Do not allow your cat to engage you in this potentially dangerous game of wills. Identifying whether or not your cat is ill and learning a few tips to coax her into eating can make the difference between life and death.
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4 Reasons To Leave Your Dog At A Pet Boarding Facility When You Go Out Of Town

Posted on: 17 August 2015

If you are going out of town on vacation, you may have to decide whether or not to board the animal. Pet boarding can be great alternative to leaving your dog with relatives. Here are some of the benefits of pet boarding for your dog: Your dog will be given the attention it needs. If your dog is accustomed to receiving lots of attention, pet boarding can ensure that the animal continues to get the emotional care that it needs.
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Tips For Caring For Your Pet Iguana's Skin

Posted on: 10 August 2015

Green iguanas are not a simple or easy pet to care for. While iguanas are very intelligent reptiles, they are considered to be a non-domesticated animal and are prone to act on instinct, meaning that they can sometimes bite and inflict injury on their caregivers. In addition, green iguanas require a lot of specialty care to keep them healthy. One major area of concern for all iguanas is the health and proper shedding of their skin.
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