Flea control for dogs


Dogs

Fleas are a common problem in dogs and cause major discomfort, irritation and a general unwell feeling for your dog. Fleas breed rapidly which means that if untreated, they can take a lot of blood from your dog which can cause anaemia in younger puppies.

February 27, 2009

Keeping and Raising Hens


Dogs

The keeping of hens as pets is becoming increasingly popular. They are not overly expensive to keep, they lay fresh eggs and also make good pets. Gone are the days when you needed to live on a farm or an open rural environment, more and more people are now raising hens in more urban living […]

February 26, 2009

Caring for caged birds


Dogs

Caged birds, such as canaries, budgies and parrots can make great pets and are very loyal. Many people think of them as being bad tempered, however this trait is often just a result of them being frightened, uncomfortable, neglected or threatened. Despite what some people may think, caged birds such as these need a lot […]

February 20, 2009

Feeding Pet Rabbits


Dogs

The digestive system of a rabbit is extremely delicate. Therefore, their diet is important in ensuring they are fit and healthy. When back in their natural environment, rabbits live off leaves, grass and hay, so the main bulk of their diet should consist of these products. However, not all hay and greens are suitable, so […]

February 19, 2009

Dog Grooming- why?


Dogs

Keeping your dog in good health is essential, however many dog owners do not realize the importance of grooming your dog in terms of his or her health. Grooming isn’’t just about your dog looking good, it is detrimental to a dog’s well-being and quality of life.

February 18, 2009

Dry dog food


Dogs

We all know that a healthy diet is crucial for all animals’ health, however there are many debates as to whether dry dog food is better for your dog than wet food. When we initially think of dogs, we think of meat eating creatures, therefore giving the initial impression that feeding your dog ‘proper meat’ […]

February 15, 2009