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  • How To Choose A Tame, Non-Poisonous Snake For Your Reptile Enthusiast Child

    If your son or daughter has recently become enthralled by reptiles, and they have begun begging you for one, then it's time to learn about snakes. Your son or daughter might love looking at cobras at the zoo, but these snakes are obviously not something you can bring home. There are some die-hard fans who traffic in "hot" snakes (hot snakes are venomous) but this is definitely not something you should consider. [Read More]

  • 2 Benefits Of Using Pet Euthanasia Services

    If you have a pet that is very sick, injured, very old, or otherwise isn't going to live much longer, then you have the tough decision of determining if and how they should be put down. If you decide that it would be best for them to pass on, then a good way to go about doing this is to have your pet euthanized. Most vets offer this service for you, so you will simply need to contact them and tell them what is going on and when you need this service. [Read More]

  • The Business Of Pet Sitting: How Professionalism Leads To Success

    It is very easy to fall into the trap of viewing pet-sitting as a hobby rather than a business. The sitter performs their tasks in a residential home and spending time with pets is usually very enjoyable. However, not taking the job as seriously as any other can cause the business to fail and may even lead to a lawsuit. It is important to remember that running this type of company requires as much knowledge and professionalism as any other business. [Read More]

  • Help Your Kitten Be The Cat's Meow: How To Handle Bad Kitty Breath

    Cats rule the internet, and kittens are their cutest form. It's no wonder that they steal the hearts of their human companions with ease. However, no human or cat enjoys being around bad breath. If your adorable little feline companion has chronic stinky breath, they likely have what's called halitosis, and it is most commonly caused by inflammation of their gums or the mucous membranes in their mouth. According to the vet services at Cornell University, your cat's breath shouldn't be offensive when it's healthy. [Read More]

  • FAQ About Getting A Kitten Vaccinated

    Did you decide to adopt a kitten and now have no idea how he or she should be taken care of? The most important thing that you can do for the health of your kitten is invest in getting him or her vaccinated. There are numerous conditions that vaccinations can protect your beloved pet from as he or she grows. Take a look at this article for the answers to a few questions that you might have about cat vaccinations. [Read More]

  • What You Need To Know About Vaccinating Your Cat Before Boarding

    You may never need to board your cat on short notice, but in case you do face a personal emergency where you must go out of town or have the opportunity to embark on a last-minute travel adventure, you'll need to find accommodations for your furry friend while you're away from home. The problem is that boarding facilities often require that your pet meet certain health requirements, including up-to-date vaccinations. If your cat has not had regular vaccinations, it will be an additional challenge scrambling to schedule a vet visit to catch up on those required shots. [Read More]

  • How To Keep Your Cat's Teeth Healthy

    Feline dental health is an important issue often overlooked by pet owners, who tend to focus their attention on problems with their cat's claws, fur and tail. But if you've noticed that your cat has recently seemed to lack a normal appetite or shows signs of discomfort while eating, it may be that they're struggling with any one of a number of dental complications. Take a look below at a few things you can do you keep your cat from ending up at the animal hospital every month. [Read More]