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10/29/2010 16:43:51 PM, by gradye 9982 views, Category: Pet care, safety and insurance, Pet comics, humor, poetry, Pet thoughts View All Blogs
Top 10 Weirdest Pets We all think our pet is unique, each cat and dog has his own personality traits and quirks. But, some people have more unique pets than others! Today, it's time to run through a list of the ten weirdest pets.   1. Flying Squirrels. These two to four ounce animals will bond with their owners very well, assuming the owners are willing to...Read More
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10/29/2010 15:59:00 PM, by gradye 8241 views, Category: Pet training and behavior, Pet thoughts, Pet care, safety and insurance View All Blogs
Mood : Happy Currently : Listening to music
Finding the Right Pet for Your Child It's important to find a great way to teach your child responsibility, but the wrong pet at the wrong time can turn your child off to ever owning an animal. Before you and your little one rushes off to the pet store, keep the following considerations in mind. If your child is younger than seven, he or she is less likely to fully appreciate o...Read More
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10/20/2010 23:51:33 PM, by fairfieldvet 977 views, Category: Pet thoughts View All Blogs
Will Stem Cells Bring Promised Relief to Painful Pups? A potentially helpful treatment may be on the horizon – stem cell therapy. A company focused on bringing regenerative medicine technology to veterinarians has developed a therapy to treat arthritis in dogs using the pet’s own fat tissue. Fat-Derived Stem Cells Stem cells are precursor cells that have the potential to develop in...Read More
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10/13/2010 09:23:45 AM, by Mydoggy 935 views, Category: Pet thoughts View All Blogs
Autumn Memoirs I get a little nostalgic in these autumn days. Childhood scenes flash through my head & my heart beats faster trying to keep up with my thoughts, work, & life in general. This is my favorite time of the year. The weather is gentle inspiring me to meditate & dwell on my sentimental thoughts. Everybody is looking forward to Christmas & I just wa...Read More
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09/13/2010 16:09:38 PM, by GuyCC 1077 views, Category: Pet thoughts View All Blogs
Does Music Soothe The Savage Beast? Perhaps "savage" is a bit of an exaggeration, but it it comes to raising a terrier, "spirited" is more than appropriate. The age old question of "Does music have an effect on dogs" has been long in debate. From my perspective, there is some validity to the discussion. Like people, dogs react differently to various musics. The louder or hig...Read More
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08/25/2010 17:49:42 PM, by BridgetM 1334 views, Category: Pet thoughts, Pets in news, Pet care, safety and insurance View All Blogs
National Feed Pets of the Homeless Week This is the first in what I hope will be many blogs dedicated to pet-related holidays. I just missed this one, so I figured it would make a good starting point. There are weird and wacky days and weeks and months dedicated to animals throughout the year and I hope to highlight some of them here.   National feed the pets o...Read More
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08/19/2010 22:18:59 PM, by GuyCC 3487 views, Category: Pet thoughts View All Blogs
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Getting Your Rescue Pet Acclimated To A New Home There are few more rewarding feelings than bringing a newly rescued pet home to be part of a loving family. There is always that little furry face at a shelter or from an online rescue site that wins over a potential owner's heart and begs for adoption. While the new family member will appreciate a new life of fun and love, there are things th...Read More
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08/16/2010 14:47:00 PM, by fairfieldvet 1077 views, Category: Pet thoughts View All Blogs
Forgotten Felines Sneaking through back alleyways and abandoned lots, millions of feral and stray cats make their homes in our cities and rural areas. Often fearful of people, these wild cats are blamed for everything from decimating bird populations to killing sea otters. What’s the truth behind these feral felines and why are some people so determined to ...Read More
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08/15/2010 14:00:29 PM, by Judy-at-Shady-Grove 1420 views, Category: Pet thoughts View All Blogs
Back To School ~ This Is A Time Of Emotional Changes For Our Pets Too The end of summer also signals going back to school, or leaving home to go to college.  Very often our pets enjoy increased family interaction time during the summer months when the kids and college kids are home for a few months.  When school starts back up and schedules change our pets often have to deal with these emotional changes ...Read More
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07/06/2010 22:58:14 PM, by KapitN 11513 views, Category: Pet thoughts View All Blogs
The Basics of Owning a Two-Toed Sloth If you want to have an exotic pet for the purpose of owning an unusual animal, you could certainly find many pets more common than a two-toed sloth. While lacking a history of domestication, these South American mammals can be found as pets, provided that they are acquired through legal channels. And they are definitely out of the norm of pets-...Read More
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06/29/2010 14:41:48 PM, by AnMcNary 1078 views, Category: Pet thoughts View All Blogs
How to Deal with Allergy Ridden Humans From the Paw of Patches.  As I understand it, an allergy to cats is rather common.  I was not personally aware of it until it came to my attention that my human's Grandmother, who is one allergic to cats, is coming to live with us.  I couldn't be more shocked.  I'm 14, new things don't generally happen to cats of my seniority...Read More
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06/06/2010 13:26:18 PM, by KapitN 1112 views, Category: Pet thoughts View All Blogs
The Utilities Of Pet Strollers: Few, But Proud The quintessential example of Western culture treating its pets as well as its own human children is the pet stroller. These devices are modeled after strollers for infants, but meant for four-legged animals, cats and smaller dogs. However, those animals do not have the same need for this kind of protected carriage. Cats and dogs, even puppies a...Read More
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04/07/2010 13:26:00 PM, by unettf 1310 views, Category: Pet thoughts View All Blogs
Mood : Busy Currently : Watching TV
Debunking Cat Myths Every so often, I find myself wondering about various myths I heard about cats. Hey, I never claimed to be a deep thinker! Still, there are many strange questions floating around about our feline friends. Let's look at some of the longest-lasting legends and see if anything new has been learned about them.     1. ARE CATS TELEPAT...Read More
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04/01/2010 07:30:53 AM, by unettf 3228 views, Category: Pet care, safety and insurance, Pet thoughts View All Blogs
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Think Twice Before Getting a Bunny at Easter   When we think of Easter, we think of ornate baskets filled with colored eggs, chocolate, marshmallow chicks and, of course, jelly beans. Some people also think of real bunnies and how much fun it would be to get one or perhaps give one as the perfect novelty gift for a child or adult who has everything. Think again. Rabbits do make ...Read More
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02/16/2010 18:38:59 PM, by K.T.Riffic 2112 views, Category: Pet holidays: Valentine, Pet thoughts View All Blogs
Was Your Pet Your Valentine This Year? (If So, Your Not Alone) Was your pet your Valentine this year? If so, you were not alone. A new survey has found that about 1/5 of Americans choose their pet as they Valentine. Some people simply did not have a human mate to celebrate the holiday with and substituted their pets while others prefer spending the day with someone or something that does not talk back or ...Read More
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02/11/2010 20:35:26 PM, by unettf 1237 views, Category: Pet thoughts View All Blogs
Mood : Accomplished Currently : Watching TV
Indoor Vs. Outdoor Cats: Should You Keep Your Cat Indoors or Outdoors                                                         “Can I let my cat...Read More
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01/27/2010 07:12:35 AM, by unettf 1622 views, Category: Purrfect pet health and beauty tips, Pet thoughts View All Blogs
The Massive Maine Coon Cat Patriotic pet lovers can proudly call the Maine Coon a Native American breed. Maine Coons have an interesting back story, rife with inane speculation and possible connections to major events of world history.   Some have hypothesized that Maine Coons resulted from breeding a cat with a raccoon, but this is a genetic impossibility. Others ...Read More
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01/03/2010 21:26:25 PM, by unettf 1283 views, Category: Pet comics, humor, poetry, Pet thoughts View All Blogs
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A Pet's New Year's Resolution(Funny!) Resolution #1: I will eat less and exercise more. Too many nights on the couch, too many dog biscuits and too little time running around the local dog park has made me a little, well, fluffier. I don't think the old "I'm-just-big-boned" excuse will work anymore. I resolve to bug my owner to take me out to the doggy park several times a w...Read More
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12/31/2009 10:54:56 AM, by unettf 1209 views, Category: Pet thoughts View All Blogs
Snoopy is Pop Cultures Top Dog When I was a kid, there was no finer dog in the world than Lassie.   In our house, Sunday nights were reserved for "Lassie" and "The Ed Sullivan Show" on CBS. Watching that beautiful Collie perform her amazing feats of heroism and bravery put smiles on the faces of me, my brother and sister. Maybe that's where our love of dogs came from. ...Read More
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12/15/2009 10:37:46 AM, by dcubias 2060 views, Category: Pet thoughts View All Blogs
Never Ask Your Dog to Do Something You Won’t Until recently, I lived in the upper Midwest, where winters last half the year and “brutal” is one of the milder adjectives that can be used to describe them. Even on the coldest days, however, my dog Dexy clamored to go outside. She’s a high-energy breed and was undeterred by subzero windchills. So out we would go, trudging...Read More
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