Adaptil for Nervous Pets

Many pets have nervous tendencies, cats more than dogs, some breeds more than others. This can be due to some sort of trauma like in rescue pets, or (just like humans) they were just born that way. This nervousness can manifest in many ways and may cause discomfort for both animal and human alike. Think about […]

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Choosing a Pet Diet

It’s Sunday again which means it’s time to talk about pets again! As we have started to discuss pet nutrition (reminder) we’re going to stay on topic. This week we’re going to talk about different types of pet diets. Pet diets have come a long way in the past years and instead of only a few […]

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Pet Nutrition – Calorie Counting

**Brace yourselves readers, this is going to be a long subject so we’re going to deal with it over a few posts.** If I were to ask the average person how many calories they should be eating per day they would probably know the answer (because everyone has been on a diet at some point). But […]

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Animal Development – Cats

Last week we talked about doggy development (refresher), so this week we’ll see the main feline stages. Most of them are actually very similar and the point is of course the same – get kitty to reach his/her full potential. The interesting thing about cats is that they are much less domesticated than dogs. Where […]

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Animal Development – Dogs

Sorry cat lovers but this post is only going to be about dogs. I’ll be treating cat development next Sunday so make sure to check in. Puppy development, just like human development, is a very sensitive time. Until around 1 year of age puppies go through all stages until maturity. Some stages are trickier than […]

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Where to Get Your Pet

OK, so you’ve decided on getting a pet and we’ve talked about the preparations to be made beforehand (refresher). Great, wonderful, FANTASTIC! At this point you have a two options – buy or adopt. I’m going to be very honest – I think adoption is the only way to go.

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Getting a New Pet

* I’ve decided to expand this blog a bit and put to use some things I learned at school that I think can be helpful. These days my husband and I can’t imagine our lives without our little hell-raiser, Sammy (pictured above, don’t let that face fool you). But before that it took a while […]

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