Archive for October, 2009

Rabbit Food Varieties

Saturday, October 31st, 2009

The typical diet for a pet rabbit consists of water, hay, pellets and fresh vegetables. When it comes to fruit, it is important that this is only given on an occasional basis, as they can be bad for your rabbit’s health.   Rabbits require a constant water supply as they dehydrate quickly. Now lets look […]

Squirrel Proof Your Bird Feeder Using Pepper Suet Blocks

Friday, October 30th, 2009

Squirrel proofing a bird feeder can be a daunting task. Today there are many types of squirrel proof feeders on the market, but you will find many of them work by physically blocking the squirrel from the bird food.  Hot pepper suet feeders take a different approach that works surprisingly well. Winter is a tough […]

Be Able To Tell There is Something Wrong with Your Pet Bird

Friday, October 30th, 2009

Ever came home or work up in the morning and noticed something different about your pet bird? If you sense there is something wrong, don’t ignore it but rather take this matter seriously before it is too late. But how can you tell that there is something wrong with your pet bird? Well, a thorough […]

Tips To Engage Your Kids in Loving Their Pet Birds

Friday, October 30th, 2009

When you have children at home it is good to teach them the good values in caring for pets, instead of buying them toys that they will only outgrow. To make sure that they will enjoy the process, you can give them animals that are easy to handle. For this purpose, you can choose to […]

Is Pet Sitting Right for Me?

Wednesday, October 28th, 2009

What you worry about the most about your holiday, what are you going to do with our favorite pet? Being away from your dear one is so hard. Many even think it is less hurting to be separated from the kids for ten days. I know that some people think it is joyful, delightful when […]

Deal With Pet Depression Now, The Quick And Easy Way

Wednesday, October 28th, 2009

My book club is on Thrusday nights. It seems that my friend’s problems were a lot more than I expected. Due to the older horse’s condition, the younger one was afflicted with equine depression. Nancy was overwhelmed for a while. What do you do when your equine can’t walk? I have met many different kinds […]