Pet’s Chewing Issues

If your pet is a newly acquired puppy then rampant chewing goes with the territory. It is a natural response to teething. If your pet is past puppy-hood and showing no sign of quitting or, if your mature pet inexplicably begins chewing away at stuff, this is a sign of...

Kids and Pets

65 million dogs and more than 77 million cats currently reside in U.S. households. Many of those same households have or plan on having children. Old wives’ tales tell of babies and cats not mixing (cat’s steal babies’ breaths) and of jealous dogs...

Choosing a Pet Rabbit

Many breeders give different answers regarding the preferred gender for a pet rabbit. This is compounded by the individual temperament of the rabbit. Often a doe (girl rabbit) that is not spayed, can become territorial was she reaches maturity. She may nip at you when...

Toys For Your Pet

There are plenty of toys on the market to keep your favorite pet entertained for hours on end, but there are also a number of factors to consider when purchasing toys for your pet. As with children’s toys, safety should be first and foremost in your thoughts...

Helping Displaced Pets

The temporary shelters are filled and the pets left behind by victims of a Hurricane are turning up in shelters and Humane Societies across the USA. Some times many rescuers have stopped trying to find the dogs and cats, and have opted to just leave food and water for...

Pet’s Chewing Issues

Pets of all kinds can be divided into aggressive chewers and non-aggressive chewers. Aggressive chewers annihilate what they chew and sometimes swallow the pieces – often in one sitting. Non-aggressive chewers gnaw, play and mouth toys without actually breaking...