Animal Shelter Daily Pet Tip Archive

Pet Tips and Pet Information

Stopping Animal Cruelty

Stopping Animal Cruelty

Written By: Published: 7/26/17
Pet abuse is just as bad as hunting illegally, animal extermination, organized animal fights, animal testing and poisoning. Statistics show that in the United States, more households have pets than children and more than 1 million ?furry children? are abused, every year because they simply live in homes where there is domestic violence. For more information please visit our website at www.animalshelter.org ...Read More...
Cat Food Basics

Cat Food Basics

Written By: Published: 7-25-17
The debate over wet food and dry food remains alive. Some think that feeding a cat dry food would deteriorate its teeth, while others think that wet food only fattens them. Unfortunately, there are few people that actually know the pros and cons of each type. If you really love your cat, you will provide it with exactly what it needs, For more information please visit our website at www.animalshelter.org ...Read More...
Dog Food Portions

Dog Food Portions

Written By: Published: 7-24-17
According to experts, almost 40 percent of dogs nowadays are overweight. This proves that dog owners do not pay attention to the amount of food their greedy pets eat during the day or miscalculate the dog food portions for each meal. Although commercial dog food contains guidelines indicating how much the dog should be fed according to its size, it is not very concise and can leave room for misunderstandings, causing your dog to get too much or too little food, for more information please visit our website at www.animalshelter.org ...Read More...
Reasons to adopt a dog

Reasons to adopt a dog

Written By: Published: 7-10-17
You?ve reached a point in your life where you know the next step is to adopt a dog. Who doesn?t love furry friends that will love you unconditionally for as long as you both shall live? ...Read More...
When to Spay or Neuter

When to Spay or Neuter

Written By: Published: 6-27-17
There are plenty of dog owners which decide to spay or neuter their pets.

Some because they are not planning on having any puppies, some because it makes their life easier. It seems that a spayed Samoyed, for example, will not change their coat twice a year, but only once. For a Samoyed owner this is a blessing! For more information please visit our website at www.animalshelter.org ...Read More...
Housebreaking Your New Puppy

Housebreaking Your New Puppy

Written By: Published: 6-26-17
Bringing a puppy into your home can be one of the most exciting experiences for you and your family. Puppies are cute and cuddly, and can bring lots of joy into your lives. But you should know that it is not all fun and games. Having a pup brings with it a lot of responsibilities. Among the things you need to provide for him are feeding, bathing, exercising, playing and going to the vet. But you not only have to take care of his or her wellbeing, you must also teach your new puppy how to behave in his new environment. This translates into a ton of training lessons. And amongst the most important ones is potty training, for more information please visit our website at www.animalshelter.org ...Read More...
Housebreaking Your New Puppy

Housebreaking Your New Puppy

Written By: Published: 6-26-17
Bringing a puppy into your home can be one of the most exciting experiences for you and your family. Puppies are cute and cuddly, and can bring lots of joy into your lives. But you should know that it is not all fun and games. Having a pup brings with it a lot of responsibilities. Among the things you need to provide for him are feeding, bathing, exercising, playing and going to the vet. But you not only have to take care of his or her wellbeing, you must also teach your new puppy how to behave in his new environment. This translates into a ton of training lessons. And amongst the most important ones is potty training. For more information please visit our website at www.animalshelter.org ...Read More...
Best Cat Food For all Ages

Best Cat Food For all Ages

Written By: Published: 6-21-17
Choosing the appropriate cat food for your whiskered pet can turn out to be a true challenge, especially with the large variety of brands and ads available on the market. You wish your cat a long and healthy life by your side so you will spare no effort or money in the attempt of buying her or him the best food available. As with all products however, not all expensive food is not always the best. You can easily find an affordable and healthy meal that will provide all the nutrients necessary for the well-being of your cat. For more information please visit our website at www.animalshelter.org ...Read More...
Pet Insurance and First Aid

Pet Insurance and First Aid

Written By: Published: 6-20-17
Many people do not really consider the medical expenses when having a dog, but fortunately a dog vet insurance policy will ensure that you keep your dog healthy and happy and, in the long term, it will save you a lot of money as well. For more information please visit our website at www.animalshelter.org ...Read More...
Canine Dental Care

Canine Dental Care

Written By: Published: 6-19-17
Is your dog having bad breath? How well is he eating? Are his teeth white, or are they covered in brown tartar? Does he have mouth ulcers? Is drooling excessive? Is he irritable? How about lethargic? Does he have missing or loose teeth? If you answered yes to one or more of these question, then it is very likely that your pet?s dental health is not what it should be. Both this and his physical health are at stake. When you see these symptoms, don?t treat them lightly if you don?t want the problem to become severe. Just like in the case of humans, your dog?s dental health is a big deal! For more information please visit our website at www.animalshelter.org ...Read More...