Congratulations, you've got a new family pet. You've got a puppy. What a joy, what fun - what work. Are you ready? To be a responsible dog owner, you must put in a lot of time and effort. You've done the first step and decided on a new family member. After arriving at home, what next? This addition to your family needs more than good food, vet care and house training. House Training Of course first comes house training so life with puppy is, well - cleaner. A good way to start is with a ... Continue Reading
Getting a puppy isn’t the end of the decision making you must deal with when deciding to get a dog. You must do more.
Cats and dogs can live in harmony in your home, with these three key steps at the initial introduction.
As a parent, if your children love animals, it’s probably only a matter of time before you're faced with the decision of having more than one type of pet in the house. One child will want a kitten, one will want a puppy, and one will want a bird. What to do? Having cats and dogs living in the same house is easier to achieve than most people are led to believe. The key to harmony in the home (as far as pets are concerned) is to be in control of the household, and avoid unwanted behavior. ... Continue Reading
Tips for staying green when it comes to your pet.
Almost every family has a pet. They have many benefits: they’re loyal, loveable, and a great way to teach children responsibility. But what is your pet’s carbon footprint? Is there a way to make it smaller? Here are some tips on staying green while having pets. Get your pets from a shelter.There are so many animals out there that need loving homes; there is no need to get a pet from a breeder or pet store. Your local shelter will have tons of dogs and cats in need of good homes. ... Continue Reading