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Bathing a Cat. Do I Really Need To?

Bathing a Cat. Do I Really Need To?

Cats are fastidious at grooming themselves. Aside from sleeping, a cat spends a good chunk of its day licking its fur clean. But sometimes they get dirty or disgusting stuff on their coats that they can’t remove on their own. They can also get fleas or some kind of skin condition. These would be good times to bath them.

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Key Things New Pet Owners Should Know Before Buying Anything

Key Things New Pet Owners Should Know Before Buying Anything

New pet owners can easily get overwhelmed when trying to purchase everything they need for their pets, but with a few simple rules and suggestions, there is no reason you cannot afford what your pet needs. With that said, here are five key things new pet owners should know before buying anything:

1) Calorie count matters more than cost:  It’s easy to get caught up in the excitement of finding cheap supplies for your pet, but it is important to remember not everything cheap is equal. Cheap items typically have lower quality ingredients which means they will not provide the same benefits or nutrients as higher quality food or treats.  So when choosing an item, be sure to check the calorie count on the label and compare prices per calorie among similar items.

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Necessities of Proper Pet Care

Necessities of Proper Pet Care

We need to know the necessities of proper pet care. Having a pet means responsibilities. Every pet, whatever the pet is, always needs extra care. And it is our fundamental duty to provide their basic needs to them.

5 Necessities of proper pet care

To make your pets happy and healthy, here are some of the pet care necessities that all responsible pet owners should provide their pets. You could follow them and can have a pet if you had never before. Treat them the same as you treat yourself as they can’t tell you their issue.

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Should I Declaw My Cat?

Should I Declaw My Cat?

The short answer: if you love your cat, DON’T!

Most people think that the declawing procedure is like giving a cat a pedicure. But in actuality, declawing involves cutting off the last bone of every toe of a cat. Think of it like chopping off the ends of your fingers.

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Chocolate And Other Food That Are Bad For Your Dog

Chocolate And Other Food That Are Bad For Your Dog

We treat our dogs just like children or human companions, but that doesn’t mean that what we enjoy eating will be good for them. Here are a few food items that you shouldn’t feed your dogs on.

  1. Chocolate (in any form) – chocolate contains theobromine which is toxic to dogs because of their inability to break it down. The symptoms of the toxin include vomiting, diarrhea, and seizures.

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Why Do Cats Fight?

Why Do Cats Fight?

Cats are territorial. Some can also be very aggressive. Cats will fight other cats to protect what they think is their territory. They also fight for resources like food and water. A male cat can also fight other males to exclusively mate with a female.

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Adorable Dogs That Will Melt Your Heart

Adorable Dogs That Will Melt Your Heart

No one can resist the affectionate eyes of a good dog, but sometimes it’s nice to see different breeds get loving too. Consider this list an appreciation of some less conventional pet lovers. Whether you’re in the market for your first pup or relishing in several furry friends at home, here are some underdog dogs who’ve stolen our hearts.

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How to Setup a No-Frills Fish Tank

How to Setup a No-Frills Fish Tank

Setting up a good-sized aquarium is easy. Here’s what you need.

  • A glass tank
  • An aquarium pump
  • Filter materials
  • Distilled water
  • Salt
  • Some hardy aquarium fishes
  • Aquarium lights

The size of your tank will determine how many fish you can keep. A good rule of thumb is that there should be 1 gallon of water for every inch of fish.

Assemble the pump first following the instructions that come with it. For most designs, it means attaching the aerator tube, the filter tube, and the filter box. Don’t forget to put some filtering material in the filter box.

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