Archive for March, 2010

Picking Your Horses Feet Up

Tuesday, March 30th, 2010

We have all noticed this one previously:  “No foot, no horse.”  How accurate.  Farrier treatment is certainly one of the most important factors of caring for your horse, and typically not straightforward unfortunately. We’ve all had them – the wrigglers who take their legs away, kickers, wiggle, tramplers, lazy leaning horses that are the curse […]

A Simple Guide to Cat Adoption

Tuesday, March 30th, 2010

All around America today, kittens and adult cats in thousands of animal shelters and humane societies are waiting to find a loving home. Sadly, only about 24% of the cats in shelters are ever adopted. Over 70% of cats that enter shelters eventually euthanized, according to the American Humane Association, because they are not adopted […]

4 Tips to Stop a Rabbit’s Hutch-Chewing Habits

Tuesday, March 30th, 2010

In the wild, rabbits would always hunt and scavenge for food and grazing. The food they consume are usually low in nutrients so it is necessary for them to eat and graze constantly to maintain their energy level. Sadly, many pet owners who own rabbits are not able to provide sufficient low energy foods that […]

Short Information about Pet Adoptions

Tuesday, March 30th, 2010

There are other common reasons why pet adoptions occurs, including lost pets, where owners and pets are separated; owners’ change of mind, where owners no longer feel they can take care of a pet; and one of the saddest reasons; that breeders produce too many pets, which they then can’t sell. Pet adoption can be […]

Pets Are Active Family Members

Monday, March 29th, 2010

How you found the bundle of fur that became your pet does not really matter at all. The dog or cat will still find a way to become an integral part of the family. You will have taken into your life a creature that will change you forever. The amount that you budget for your […]

Horse Nutrition – Understanding the Basics

Monday, March 29th, 2010

Though you may think this is a easy thing to perform – feed your horse – you’d be astonished at the amount of horse owners that do not comprehend the basics.  There is no actual rule of thumb for feeding, as every horse’s dietary requirements will vary based on age, mass and amount of activity. […]