Animal Shelter Daily Pet Tip Archive

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The Bluetick Coonhound

The Bluetick Coonhound

Written By: Published: 12-11-17
The Bluetick Coonhound is an excellent pack dog, socializing very well with other breeds if you have multiple dogs in your home. As long as the owner displays consistent and thorough discipline, the Bluetick will not cause any trouble. It is, however, a born and bred hunting dog and will track and chase any small animal (and plenty of large ones, too). For more information please visit our website at www.animalshelter.org ...Read More...
Choosing the Right Veterinarian

Choosing the Right Veterinarian

Written By: Published: 12-8-17
Choosing the right veterinarian for your pet takes time and patience. Do your research before choosing a vet, ask for referrals from friends who have pets. Here's a short list of things you need to look for in a veterinarian. For more information please visit our website at www.animalshleter.org ...Read More...
Best Pet Birds for Kids

Best Pet Birds for Kids

Written By: Published: 12-7-17
If you are in the market for birds, you should know that they need a lot of attention, sometimes more than other pets. They are also very sensitive animals. And they are very cute and sweet! Popular birds for pets include canaries, pigeons, parrots, budgies and finches. Birds get along well with kids and are affectionate. For more information please visit our website at www.animalshelter.org ...Read More...
Detecting Hypothyroidism in Your Dog

Detecting Hypothyroidism in Your Dog

Written By: Published: 12-6-17
Hypothyroidism is the most common hormonal disorder encountered in dogs and it usually develops between the ages of 4-10. Normally, this disorder affects neutered and spayed dogs. A lot of breeds are affected by this disease, like golden retrievers, pinchers, English greyhounds, Irish setters, dachshunds, poodles, boxers and many more. For more information please visit our website at www.animalshelter.org ...Read More...
Types of Natural Dog Flea Treatments

Types of Natural Dog Flea Treatments

Written By: Published: 12-5-17
If you own pets then your bound to have to deal with fleas at some point in time. With all the topical store brand flea treatments out there it's hard to choose the right one sometimes. Here are a few DIY flea treatments you can make yourself for your pet. They're safe and easy to use, and they're all natural. For more information please visit our website at www.animalshelter.org ...Read More...
Caring for your Senior Dog

Caring for your Senior Dog

Written By: Published: 12-4-17
As our four legged friends age there are certain things about them and their needs that will change over time. Here are a few things you can do to make aging a little more comfortable for both of you. For more information please visit our website at www.animalshelter.org ...Read More...
English Hunting Breeds

English Hunting Breeds

Written By: Published: 12-1-17
The English CoonHound, The English Fox Hound, and the English Pointer are wonderful dogs for hunting, and they are great companions as family pets. Check out these breeds and see the similarities and their differences if you are looking to acquire a loyal and devoted pet. But be warned these dogs are not meant to be apartment dogs as they need plenty of space to run and play. For more information please visit our website at www.animalshelter.org ...Read More...
Rabbit Care Tips and Insurance

Rabbit Care Tips and Insurance

Written By: Published: 11-30-17
Rabbits are cute and furry animals. They can be great for certain types of people, due to their small size, docile nature and long lifespan (most live for more than 10 years). However, just because they are small does not mean that they are very easy to take care of. While they are less of a hassle than, say, a bigger animal, they still have their own special needs. For more information please visit our website at www.animalshelter.org ...Read More...
How to Stop Animal Abuse

How to Stop Animal Abuse

Written By: Published: 11-29-17
Animal abuse is something outrageous. Humanity, in general, has made some big steps regarding the way animals are treated.We still witness abandoned, chained dogs dying from starvation, dehydration or hypothermia, because their owners moved out or had a child or another excuse to leave them. For more information please visit our website at www.animalshelter.org ...Read More...
What Do Cat Charities Do

What Do Cat Charities Do

Written By: Published: 11-28-17
What does a cat charity usually do? Well, most of these organizations will deal with three aspects: homing, as in finding a suited home for cats; spaying or neutering; providing information so people better understand cats and their needs and behavior. For more information please visit our website at www.animalshelter.org ...Read More...
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