Why You Should Take Your Cat In For Regular Check-Ups
6 March 2015
Taking cats to the vet can be hard, depending on your cat's temperament and level of skittishness. Because of this, cat owners tend to only take their cats in for vaccines or when there is something wrong. The thing is, intermittent visits to the vet might be too late to catch underlying long-term problems with your cat. Here are four reasons check-ups are a helpful care idea for your cat.
Why Male Rats Are Better Than Female Rats For Children
5 March 2015
Like most animals, male and female rats have different personalities that can affect how they are as pets. When it comes to giving your child pet rats, you might wants to consider whether your child should have males or females. Male rats have many benefits over females for young pet owners. Here's why:
Both male and female rats are friendly as can be as long as they were held as babies.
The Importance Of Walking Your Dog
26 February 2015
Most people want to spend as much time as possible with their furry friends. But sometimes it's just not possible when work and other obligations get in the way. If you are getting a new dog and want to spend time with it, doing something that's good for them, then taking them for a daily walk is important. Here's why:
Walking Prevents Boredom
Dogs, especially younger ones, get bored easily. Scheduling a certain time of the day that you'll take them for a walk gives them something to look forward to.
If Your Dog Has Epileptic Seizures, Get To Know This Acupressure Point For Immediate Relief
26 February 2015
Witnessing your dog having an epileptic seizure can be a traumatic experience. You can actually help your dog snap out of a seizure by applying a holistic technique called acupressure. Here is a look into canine seizures and a very special acupressure technique that you can use.
What is a Seizure?
Like people, dogs are also subject to seizures. A seizure is a brain "hiccup" that causes involuntary muscle movement. Depending on the severity of your dog's seizure, your pet might lose consciousness, drool, experience varying degrees of muscle spasms, urinate, and convulse.