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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...
ID Collars for Your Pet

ID Collars for Your Pet

Written By: Published: 6-16-17
There is actually no point in even wondering why a tag for your little furry friend is not only cool, but quite necessary: it is basically your pets safety net. Whether it is an elegant, sparkling tag from some place fancy, or maybe a homemade one carrying also all your love and affection with it, Pet ID tags are very recommended. For more information please visit our website at www.animalshelter.org ...Read More...
Litter Box Training and Types of Litter

Litter Box Training and Types of Litter

Written By: Published: 6-15-17
Training your cat to use the litter box isn?t a very difficult task. Cats can have very individualistic personalities, but that doesn?t mean they are undisciplined. This is especially true when it comes to hygiene. In fact, cats are some of the cleanest pets, and spend quite some time to take care of their hygiene. Still, some cats may be hard to potty train, and while it is easy for them to lay their waste the proper way outside, just like they did in the wild when they were undomesticated, doesn?t mean it will be so clean when it comes to peeing and pooping inside the house. Still, with a little patience and discipline, you can train even the most stubborn of cats. ...Read More...
Reading Pet Food Labels

Reading Pet Food Labels

Written By: Published: 6/14/17
Pet food labels are the key in providing a nutritious meal for your beloved pets. However, they can be difficult to decipher, especially if you are not a specialist in the field of animal nutrition. By reading the label prior to buying the food, you can determine the most appropriate food for your dog in terms of nutrients and food quality. ...Read More...
What to feed your dog

What to feed your dog

Written By: Published: 6/13/17
Knowing how to properly feed your dog isn?t NASA material, but you?d be surprised on how many dog owners get it wrong. ...Read More...
The German Longhaired Pointer

The German Longhaired Pointer

Written By: Published: 6-6-17
The German Longhaired Pointer is a relatively rare dog breed and a pointing type of gundog, originating in Germany and bred for hunting small and big game alike. Like any other type of pointer, this breed has the ability to point to its owner the whereabouts of the quarry and remain still after locating it. This breed is a gundog par excellence ? an instinctive hunter, a reputable water worker, a steady and calm tracker and an excellent retriever. For more information please visit our website at WWW.animalshelter.org ...Read More...
Russian Wolfhound

Russian Wolfhound

Written By: Published: 6-5-17
The Russian Wolfhound, or the Borzoi, has a genetic inheritance that goes back centuries ago. Back in the 9th and 10th centuries, Saluki type greyhounds were brought to Russia from Byzantium. Another wave of hunting breeds came again later with the Mongols. These breeds migrated to all the parts of the Russian territory and each of them adapted to that region. This process was very slow process, in which crossing between different breeds was involved. ...Read More...
The German Pinscher

The German Pinscher

Written By: Published: 6-3-17
The German Pinscher is a medium-sized, Molossoid-type breed of dog native to Germany, originally used as a good ratter and a vigilant watchdog. Nowadays, this breed is becoming increasingly popular as a companion and guardian dog. Some of the varieties of this breed, suchlike the Swiss Shorthaired Pinscher and the German Silky Pinscher are currently extinct. A great deal of the traits of this breed are incorporated into other related breeds suchlike the Doberman Pinscher, the Miniature Pinscher and the Miniature and Giant Schnauzers. This breed is a versatile one and it is used as a watchdog, guard dog, herder, pest destroyer and family pet. For more information please visit our website at www.animalshelter.org ...Read More...
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