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    Choosing the Right Microchip Company: Factors to Consider for Your Pet’s Safety

    Just as you wouldn’t entrust your home security to just any company, selecting a microchip company for your pet isn’t a decision to be taken lightly. After all, it’s more than just a piece of technology; it’s your pet’s safety line if they ever get lost. In 2019, the American Animal Hospital Association reported that microchipped dogs and cats were reunited with their owners nearly 20% more often than those without. Yet, not all microchip companies are created equal. You’ve got to consider factors such as the company’s reputation, their global coverage, quality of customer service, and additional services they might offer. So, how do you navigate this complex landscape to ensure…

  • Green Paws: A Lifestyle Blend of Sustainability and Pet Love

    Embarking on an eco-conscious lifestyle with your pets is not unlike walking through Bizzo Casino: The choices are plentiful and can be quite the gamble. Each step we take towards green living with our animal companions can feel like a roll of the dice, yet the stakes—our planet’s health—are much higher. Luckily, this is a bet that pays off for everyone involved. Choosing Earth-Friendly Pet Essentials Navigating the pet store aisles or scrolling through online selections can be as dizzying as the flashing lights of slot machines. But instead of leaving it to chance, we can deliberately seek products labeled with eco-certifications. Consider biodegradable litter for cats or durable toys made…

  • Adopting An Older Dog: A Few Essential Tips for Making Their Lives Better!

    The ASPCA estimates that approximately 3.1 million dogs enter animal shelters across the country every year. These dogs come in all shapes, sizes, ages, and breeds – some get adopted while others may end up being euthanized. Unfortunately, most of these shelters only see senior dogs adopted 25% of the time versus the 60% younger dogs, and puppies that get adopted. Bringing home an older dog can be rewarding, not only for you but for the dog itself. Dogs age differently than humans do. For most of us, we take the number of years since the dog’s birth and multiply it by seven to get their approximate age. There are…

  • What Should You Do When Your Pet Isn’t Well?

      If your pet isn’t feeling well, it could be caused by a number of different things. There is not a one shoe fits all approach seeing as different animals need different levels of attention, and certain symptoms will mean something different depending on which animal you have. When you notice that your pet isn’t well, there are a couple of steps that you could take, and in this article, we’re going to be looking at them. So, if you want to find out more about this topic, keep reading down below. Love And Comfort The first thing that your pet is going to need at this time is love…

  • Giving A Beloved Pet The Farewell They Deserve

    To many of us, pets are not just a living possession, something to pass away the time, or to give us a little company and something to do. They are a real member of the family, one whose entire life (or at least a great deal of it) has been spent living alongside us, sharing a bond that is only available ot a very exclusive few. So, when a pet passes away, it is not at all uncommon to want to give them the kind of farewell we reserve for families. And here are a few ways to do it. Picture – Pixabay License Have a moment for them You…

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    The Best Food: Bulldogs, Labradors And German Shepherds

    Just as human beings can sometimes be picky eaters, so too are our fur babies. They aren’t simple creatures, they too get sick of eating the same thing over and over. In the wild, they will be more than happy to eat the same lean beef over and over. That’s because they are in a survival mode. Yet when our pooches are at home and they have lived with humans their entire lives they know they have more choices. We feed them different things as they are growing so they get a taste of various foods. Now that they’re grown, we can’t expect them to eat just whatever we give…