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5 Steps to Calm Down a Fearful Rabbit
5 Steps to Calm Down a Fearful Rabbit Wed, Apr 27, 2022 Rabbits are naturally prey animals in the wild. They are vulnerable to being captured and devoured by foxes, raptors, snakes, dogs, and people. They must be continually vigilant to live. Continually, they employ their acute senses of sight, hearing, ... Read More
By John Woods

When Should I Take my Dog to the Vet
When Should I Take my Dog to the Vet Thu, Mar 31, 2022 s a pet parent, you might already take your dog to the vet for their annual check-up, but that might not be as many vet visits as you truly need to ensure the health and wellness of your furry companion. Read More
By Marné Amoguis

Saving Charlie
Saving Charlie Fri, Feb 25, 2022 Saving Charlie Dedicated to all the ones we’ve loved and lost I lie in bed and wonder if these events really happened or did I just dream them. Could I have lived another life and come back to this one? How many times have you gone someplace an... Read More
By Marcia Bonomo

Unique Ways to Get Your Cat to Drink More Water
Unique Ways to Get Your Cat to Drink More Water Mon, Jan 17, 2022 Who would have known that domesticated feline pets originated from the hottest places on Earth, the Fertile Crescent in the Middle East? It would no longer surprise us how cats get by with drinking very little water. Read More
By Ruth Riley

5 Ways to Keep Walks Peaceful
5 Ways to Keep Walks Peaceful Mon, Jan 17, 2022 Dogs need to be taken for a walk. Taking your dog for a walk is a great way to get some exercise, demonstrate your authority as the pack leader, and have some fun together. You and your dog may be having a great time on the walk, but what do you do i... Read More
By John Woods

Protect Your Pet from Suffocation
Protect Your Pet from Suffocation Tue, Jan 11, 2022 According to globalnews.ca, at least two to three pets die every week in the U.S. due to suffocation caused by a chip or other snack bag, and it can only take three to five minutes for a pet to die from suffocation. 55% of the animals that suffocated... Read More

5 Reasons to Bring a Bunny into Your Life
5 Reasons to Bring a Bunny into Your Life Thu, Jan 06, 2022 Being a pet parent can be demanding, which is why choosing a pet is important.  What about a bunny? Bunnies can be potty trained. They are quiet, they can live in a space just for them. If you don’t have the time to walk a pet or groom the... Read More
By John Woods

Easy Ways to Train your Dog to Stop Barking
Easy Ways to Train your Dog to Stop Barking Mon, Jan 03, 2022 If you live with a barker and are increasingly becoming tired of the incessant noise, look into why your dog is barking, because you don't have to put up with it. Dogs bark for a variety of reasons, including to attract human attention, as a warning,... Read More
By John Woods

How To Help Animals During The Coronavirus Outbreak 
How To Help Animals During The Coronavirus Outbreak  Tue, Dec 14, 2021 Due to COVID-19, a lot of people are at home and are restricted from moving around. Animals require extra care as well. There is a lack of food and even shelter homes are overcrowded. Many animal shelters across the country had to be closed in rec... Read More
By John Woods

How to Handle Cats Who Display Overt Aggression?
How to Handle Cats Who Display Overt Aggression? Mon, Nov 29, 2021 Does your Florida feline’s aggressive behavior make it seem more like a cougar than a kitty-cat? In a sense, it’s quite normal. That’s because house-cats likely descended from big cats and possibly from the African wildcat. So, aggressive responses ... Read More
By Ruth Riley

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