Wise Tips About Cats That Are Simple To Follow

It is easy to get caught up in the simple fun of a feline game. May you are looking for a new way to entertain your cat. You don't always have to spend money to have fun with your cat. Take advantage of this advice, and happy times are ahead of you. If you absolutely must bathe a cat, set everything up in advance. Set up two tubs large enough to dunk a cat. Fill them with comfortably warm water. Set your open bottle of cat shampoo, a heavy towel, and a secure pet carrier close by. Wear heavy...

Caring For Your Dog: Tips And Tricks

They say all dogs go to heaven, but that can be hard to believe when your pooch is acting out. If you're having trouble with your dog, you may be frustrated, and you may not know where to turn. The suggestions in this article will help you deal with your dog and appreciate its finer points. Take a photo of your dog when you plan to take him on vacation. If the worst happens and your pet gets lost, you have a current picture that you can show others or use to make "lost" posters. When...

There are many types of pet sitters.  Some work with dogs only while others may choose cat sitting as their niche of choice.  For those cat owners who need to obtain a cat sitter before they go away, there are some quite easy ways to choose a cat sitter.  The following tips will provide you with a good starting point:Ask About Experience Although cats are pretty laid back and easy to care for, you still want to ensure that the individual coming into your home to take care of your family...

Chicago (PRWEB) February 28, 2014 An epic inter-service, inter-species battle to raise awareness about veteran suicide, service dogs and PTSD. http://dogingtonpost.com/beardoff Gander, a 3 1/2 year old Labradoodle is a battle buddy for an Army veteran in Chicago. Gander, with an online community of over 300,000 friends distinguished himself as a real hero when he saved a young girl last year from a charging stray and now does triple duty as a therapy dog, service dog and PTSD/suicide...