Every “crazy cat person” out there will tell you that cats are great conversationalists. And it’s completely true: cats have a lot to tell you. Fortunately, understanding how to communicate with your cat is as easy as learning to read cat body language and translate those adorable meows to words. If you’re a bit rusty… Continue reading How Do You Meow: Understanding Your Cat’s Verbal and Non-Verbal Cues
Is having your nose on the daily horoscopes in newspapers the first thing you do when you wake up? Do you often ask people’s birthdays before even asking their names? Are you hooked on that new astrology app? Even if there is no science to back it up, today people seem to read, live and… Continue reading Dog Astrology: What Your Dogs’ Astrology Signs Say About Their Personality?
At this point in my life, I wouldn’t call myself a crazy cat lady, but at some point in the future, I could see people referring to me as Eleanor Abernathy or the Crazy Cat Lady from The Simpsons. No, but jokes aside, cats are great, and I believe that if you have pets, you… Continue reading How To Build A Cat Tree?
What Is Infertility? Infertility in a male dog is characterized as the failure to successfully create a pregnancy in a fertile female, despite several breedings near the period of ovulation. If you want to read our article about female infertility, you may click here. Cause Of Infertility In Male Dogs The three main reasons why… Continue reading Infertility in Male Dogs
A dog’s tail consists of muscles, nerves, and as many as 20 bones attached to the anus. It is considered to play a vital role as it is an extension of the spinal column. Because of its position and constant movement, this structure can be highly exposed to trauma and damage. A dog’s tail is… Continue reading Tail Injuries In Dogs
Heartworm illness is a deadly infection that causes severe lung disease, heart failure, organ damage, and death in dogs, cats, and ferrets. Dirofilaria immitis, a parasitic worm, is the cause. The worms are transmitted via a mosquito bite. The dog is the definitive host, which means the worms grow up, mate, and create offspring while… Continue reading What Is Heartworm?
Play and exercise are essential for felines, but sometimes they lose interest or become too sick to perform specific tasks. Sometimes, even if you have a nice toy, your cat may not play with it. Why is this? A reluctance to play usually means that the cat has a health problem and needs medical attention.… Continue reading Why Your Cat Doesn’t Play Anymore?
A mouse’s digestive tract can get easily damaged by viruses, parasites and bacteria. If you have mice, you should monitor them closely to look for signs of disease such as weight loss, change in appetite and eating habits, diarrhea or, rough fur. Digestive diseases are the most common in mice if there is a lack… Continue reading Mice: Digestive Disorders
People say I’m more than head over heels with Prince; I’m obsessed with him – Prince is my fun and loving golden retriever. I can hardly argue with them. From portable dog carriers to dental chews and peanut butter flavored bubble makers, I’ve bought everything you can think about for my furry friend. Recently, I’ve… Continue reading DIY Dog Plans: Building An Indoor Dog Kennel
Having a dog is fun and something that most of us need, especially in these trying times. My roommate and I have two dogs for which we have to search babysitters or dog hotels, especially during the holidays when we both go home to see our families. It is a fact that thousands of animals… Continue reading What to do with your pet during the vacations?