What if we told you that in about 90% of dog bite cases, the injury was a result of a serious miscommunication between a dog and a stranger? Understanding the visual and aural cues that a dog is sending when he or she is stressed, angry or fearful is easy when you've owned a dog or two ...Read More
We all know dog is man’s best friend, but recent scientific studies show that there is more to this relationship between men and dogs than we have been aware of. In addition to being our best companions and entertaining us, dogs also have a positive impact on our health and general wellbeing, and here is how.
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It is a myth that we have all heard, and probably believe it, for the most part. It is the myth that dogs age seven years for every one human year. This myth says that a 1-year-old dog will be the equivalent to a 7-year-old human.
This myth is wrong on multiple accounts. If this myth were true, it would mean that humans would r...Read More
Are you looking for someone who can compete with your dog? Finding a date, and a potential human mate, can be daunting. Sometimes, having a dog can even make or break a relationship. Dating websites have grown in popularity over the past few years and some have started to specialize in specific topics.
This is especially true for dog owners....Read More
As a pet parent you know that you want to give only the best for your cat. There are many special sitters who are going to help you take care of your cat when you are away. Cat sitters are not really different from other sitters as they can take care of all the aspects regarding your cat. They too realize the importance that yo...Read More
A dog is a man’s best friend. This is an old saying but one that many, if not most, pet owners still agree with and use to this day. A dog may be a man’s best friend, but a cat might also sneak in there now and again. In fact, if you are a “cat person”, chances are that you feel a cat is a man’s best friend.
It is tasking to depart your dog with a stranger and be comfy knowing that your dog goes to be missing you. Being a dog owner, it's vital to make sure that you simply continually keep your dog’s safety and luxury in mind. This is often why you must actually assume twice before you opt get away to depart} your dog simply anyplace and go...Read More
It is not easy to leave your dog with a stranger and be at ease knowing that your dog is going to be missing you. Being a dog owner, it is important to ensure that you always keep your dog’s safety and comfort in mind. This is why you should certainly think twice before you decide to leave your dog just anyplace and go away on ...Read More
The dog’s nose. No matter how annoying it can be, it is hard to resist. Despite being right in front of your face, there are still many myths surrounding this useful organ.
Your dog’s nose does more than smell. It aids in keeping you dog cool and also acts as a filter that can stop the chemicals in the air from entering the body....Read More
The Selkirk Rex is an extremely striking breed, as one of the few types of cat with curly hair. Selkirks come in longhaired and shorthaired varieties, but all cats in the breed carry the gene for wooly fur. This unique coat is obviously curled on a newborn Selkirk kitten, and while it flattens out a bit as they grow, it eventually returns to ...Read More
Humanity’s obsession with cats has reached a new level of bizarre intensity. Not only are cats a cherished icon, but even their hair has become a source for home crafts. Crafting with cat hair has become a surprising trend in Japan, and is now making its way across the Pacific.
The original cat hair crafter was Tokyo-born...Read More
The British Shorthair may be the most iconic cat in popular culture. These chubby critters have appeared in all manner of films, shows, books, and websites. The Cheshire Cat from Alice in Wonderland was inspired by a British Shorthair, and so were the original Puss in Boots and the zombie cat Church from Stephen King’s “Pet Semata...Read More
The Bambino is easily one of the strangest cats ever bred. Their name is Italian for “baby”, and their likeness to human infants is startling. They have big heads, soft skin, a lack of hair, and stubby limbs. This, combined with Bambinos’ loose flaps of skin and their big ears, gives them an almost alien look. And that look ...Read More
Finding pet supplies on a budget can be tough. If you have fallen into some though financial times, like much of the country, just going to a pet store can be depressing. These are the times you start looking for alternatives. Fortunately there are lots of alternatives.
Here are two alternatives that allow you to find items that you need from...Read More
The Burmese Cat is an old breed, derived from wildcats in Southeast Asia. However, the domestic versions has spread across the world in the past century. Since the 1920s, when a Burmese named Wong Mau was brought to the United States, the breed has become a favorite of fanciers and has taken multiple forms. Where the cat was once exclusively ...Read More
Most animal shelters will have some pets up for adoption who would not seem like picture-perfect companions. These are the special needs pets, the animals with disabilities. It is understandable that people would want to pick up cats or dogs who are healthy and spotless, who look more like a picture-perfect childhood friend. Animals with impa...Read More
The scope of the Birman cat’s origins are shrouded in myth. The historical debut of the species was in the early 1900s, when a male and female Birman were brought by explorers to France from a temple in Burma. The male did not survive the journey, but the female was pregnant, and her kittens became the forebears of the modern Birman bre...Read More
Contrary to what many believe, cats can be very affectionate and loving companions. They may not be as obvious about their devotion as dogs, but they can still form strong attachments with their people and demonstrate it physically. Here are some sure signs that your cat cares about you and others, and isn’t just kissing up in order to ...Read More
A breed whose ancestors hung around the Vikings, the Norwegian Forest Cat is built for the elements. This is a large, sturdy breed with a thick multi-layer coat, which grows very long during the winter but sheds during the summer. They even have tracks of hair inside their ear to deflect wind and snow, which some have compared to racing strip...Read More
A descendant of the venerable Persian breed, the Himalayan cat is one of the most iconic breeds. Similar to their predecessor, but with blue eyes colored points, Himalayans have cast a striking profile across popular culture. Himalayan cats were prominently used in several movies, most notably the respective series Meet the Parents and Homewa...Read More