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Spotless Paw Review - Advantages and Disadvantages

08th July 2010
Spotless Paw is actually a dog clean-up handwear cover still the attributes which this product provides seems to bowl out several similar pet products. This is the creation of the firm BrightSpot solutions which happens to be a Colorado based firm. The gl... Read >
Author: Jon Grill

Cure Dog Allergies Naturally

20th April 2010
Our dogs are becoming more like us everyday. I am not sure if that is better for them.Because now more then ever dogs are suffering from allergies. The poor things are sneezing, coughing and itching just like us.Before you rush out to your vet or pet food... Read >
Author: Crystal Aldrich

All You Need To Know About The American Black Bear

02nd February 2010
The American black bear is one of three North American bear species. They are the smallest of these native bears, but they are still extremely powerful and dangerous if provoked. The sharp, non- retractable claws on the paws of the black bear provides... Read >
Author: Paul

Bottle Feeding Puppies

09th December 2009
There are many reasons you may find yourself in the unfortunate position of having to hand feed puppies. Large litters, eclampsia, mastitis, failure to accept pups and death of the mother to mention a few. I say unfortunate because no one should want to i... Read >
Author: deborah

How To Stop Your Scottish Terrier Chewing Habit

22nd October 2009
Are you becoming desperate about your Scottish terrier's latest addiction to chewing anything he can lay his paws on? Do you feel like falling on tears as you watch your shoes, your carpets, your sofa, everything torn out by his destructive action? I'v... Read >
Author: junglekid

Why do Cats Shed and Retract Their Claws?

05th October 2009
Why do cats lose their claws? Cats are the only animals that walk directly on their claws, not on their paws. It would be like humans walking on the tips of their fingers. Getting about on tip-toe (known as digitgrade) is an especially useful feature to ... Read >
Author: Lamar Deane

How to treat nail problems in cats

02nd July 2009
Like any other animal, cats also have nails and at times these small nails can cause diseases and damage pet health. It is hence always recommended that you should groom your cat and bathe him or her on a regular basis to keep his nails clean and also cut... Read >
Author: Thierry babineaux

Why Does a Cat Stop Using the Litter Box?

01st July 2009
While cleaning out the litter box is not a wonderful chore that anyone enjoys, it is a necessity for your cat. This is, after all, your cat's bathroom area and cats have a tendency to be very fastidious. If your cat suddenly starts having litter box probl... Read >
Author: Rebeca Rambal

All About Cat Whiskers

11th May 2009
Cats are amazing animals. They have fascinating personalities and seem to remind us of their closely related wild cats. Every cat still has a little lion and tiger in them. They love hunting critters, pouncing and cuddling. They're very affectionate anima... Read >
Author: laqu8049a

Preventing Westie Beard Stains

05th May 2009
Having bred Westies (www.DownSouthWesties.com)for years, one of our most often asked questions is regarding beard stains. "How can I reduce/eliminate the stains around the face and paws of my Westie? There are a few possible reasons a Westie or other w... Read >
Author: Thomas Broadhead

Taking Care Of Your Dog's Paw

27th April 2009
Of course, we humans use shoes to protect our feet. We insist on it! But dogs usually don't have that luxury, and routinely walk over ice, rock, grass, cement and soil on their bare paws. Their paws' thick pads give them protection we don't have, and that... Read >
Author: Judd Snell

Keep Your Pets Out Of Your Indoor Plants

25th February 2009
Cats and dogs love dirt, they dig in it, play in it and if a cat's litter box isn't clean they may find a back-up location in your potted plants. Some pets will leave the dirt alone but are irresistibly drawn to the leaves, either to nibble on or bat at. ... Read >
Author: Jonathan Sinagra

Know The 7 Dangers of Declawing Cats Now OR Youll Hate Yourself Later

26th November 2008
Many cat owners are having difficulty training their feline friends not to scratch their furniture, rugs, and other household belongings. While there are successful alternatives for some reason people are still going through the horrible process of declaw... Read >
Author: Thomas Turner

German Shepherd Coat Colors and Patterns Vary Greatly

03rd November 2008
Genetics of German Shepherd Coat Colors Concerning the GSD and German Shepherd coat colors, the breed standard from the SV specifically states: "The color of the GSD is in itself not important and has no effect on the character of the dog or on its fit... Read >
Author: spitfiregsd

10 Do's and Don'ts of Litter Training Kittens

16th August 2008
One of the biggest problems cat owners face, is how to litter train their kitten. Fortunately, cats are clean and fastidious creatures and they can be trained to use the litter box very quickly. In fact, if you own mama cat, she will handle potty training... Read >
Author: Calvin
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