Image credit: UnsplashAs anyone who has ever had a pet knows, our furry friends can create an awful lot of mess, just with their hair.
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Walking your dog has many benefits. It's a fabulous way to get in shape while spending time with your furry friend. It is also an excellent opportunity to spend some time outside and connect with nature.
This is a guest post, kindly written by The Peaks Pet Nanny in New Jersey, USA.
It's important to think about money before getting a pet because there are serious financial implications involved in being responsible for an animal.
Floppy-eared dogs are cute and adorable … until their ear gets injured and it turns into a bloodbath.
Written by Tamara Labelle for ExoticDirect pet insuranceIt's estimated that 2% of UK households own a Guinea Pig. Guinea Pigs have 20 teeth.
The topic of sleep for our pets is often neglected, which is why I'm publishing this thoughtful guest post discussing slumbering pets.
The following topical guest post was written Digby Bodenham, writing for ExoticDirect pet insurance There are hundreds of colourful and affectionate pet lovebirds in the UK and Ireland, and vet fee in ..
The following helpful guest article was written by Greer Grenley, Rover. com community member. Like HouseMyDog.
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Christmas comes just once a year, but when it does, pet owners need to be ready.
Catnip is often used as a training aid, to encourage lethargic pets to become more active, or to help calm down a cat during a journey.
To say a dog is a super-smeller is an understatement. Dogs have an enormous sense of smell, capable of spotting scents humans can’t pick up.
My thanks to Emily Ridgewell for permission to share this excellent infographic about exercise and pets ..
This trick involves multiple steps, concentration and patience on the part of the dog.
5 Great Tips for Gardening with DogsA house with a garden is lovely, and so is a house with dogs.
Many pet’s experience anxiety just like humans do. Anxiety in dogs can lead to bad behaviour such as chewing, barking or acting out in other ways.
On the Pat Kenny Show this week, we first discussed the risk to pets from poisonous plants in people's back gardens, and second, we dealt with the usual collection of listeners' queries.