Archive for May, 2009

The Pros of Dot Steps

Saturday, May 30th, 2009

Any great pet owner understands the importance of preserving your pet’s health. This is particularly true to dogs, who can so easily develop an array of conditions. Did you know that a simple set of pet stairs can drastically reduce the chance of your dog developing a joint or bone problem such as arthritis or […]

Chinchillas: Are They The Pet For You?

Saturday, May 30th, 2009

It’s surprising to realize that very few people actually know what a chinchilla is, often mistaking it for another animal entirely. Chinchillas can closely resemble several animals, including squirrels and rabbits, however the care of a chinchilla is quite different than either of those animals! The care of a chinchilla is not a particularly hard  […]

Using Bird House Plans for Making a Bird Sanctuary

Friday, May 29th, 2009

There are a couple of things in nature of more beauty than flocks of colorful birds. And many bird lovers would agree to this. {Drawing in birds begins with developing a habitat full of the elements} of nature.~If you desire to pull in birds to your backyard, you’ll need to make a home ground for […]

The Benefits of a pet door

Friday, May 29th, 2009

I have a pet dog. He’s not terribly wise – English Cocker Spaniels aren’t, in general – and he’s both an indoor and an outdoor dog. So after replacing the screen door from my kitchen to the back garden for the umpteenth time, I decided to buy a pet door. I should have done it […]

Considering Care Of A Chow Chow Puppy

Friday, May 29th, 2009

If you have considered the care of a chow chow puppy as an option for having a pet, it’s little surprise. These dogs are quite unique, with tongues that are blue-black and rounded ears. These dogs come in two varieties, a short-haired version, and one with longer hair, which looks as if it has a […]

Ferret Training Tips

Friday, May 29th, 2009

Ferrets as a part of their natural behavior nips. It is not really biting like others would claim. In fact, nipping is their way of playing. If the biting becomes hard, it would mean that they feel that they are wounded. Their nipping is like what puppies and kittens would do. In the natural habitat, […]