Pet Birds: Things to know before getting one

Pet Birds: Things to know before getting one

Many of us possibly remember Tweety Bird growing up. With his disproportionately massive head and similarly tiny wings, he entertained with his many episodes, concerning highly perilous and complicated interaction with Slyvester the moggy. “I taut I taw a puddy tat! ” is most likely a much quoted reference to...

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Tips for keeping Pets

Tips for keeping Pets

Animals unlike humans cannot express their feelings and they cannot go on making demands and tell their owners when they need food. They are animals. Pet keepers bring home fish, cats, dogs, rabbits, hamsters and birds home all the time eagerly but sadly, they fail to take proper care of...

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How to Test Your Dog for Food Allergies

How to Test Your Dog for Food Allergies

Does your dog suffer from skin problems and/or scratch constantly? Does he have hot spots or recurring skin infections? He may suffer from dog food allergies. Food allergies can appear in dogs any time in their lifespan, from puppyhood to senior. There are certain food ingredients that tend to be...

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Are you a Cat Whisperer?

Are you a Cat Whisperer?

Some say that if humans could understand cat vocalization, they may either be a little more scared or intrigued by their feline friends. After all, does anyone really know what they’re thinking as they sit there watching you sleep? They really do have quite a large vocabulary but who knows...

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Do you know cats need more than a fish-and-rice diet?

Do you know cats need more than a fish-and-rice diet?

Cats should be fed a proper diet of commercially prepared cat food, and not just on boiled fish and rice, which many owners think is enough for their pets. Veterinarian Dr Jean Paul Ly said a cat’s diet has a direct bearing on its health and owners need to know...

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It’s NOT a dogs’ life

It’s NOT a dogs’ life

Chemotherapy for dogs? Why not? When her pet dog, Pepito, contracted skin cancer, she didn’t blink at the steep cost of chemotherapy for the five-year-old she called “her child”. The 53-year-old housewife, who wanted to be known only as Mrs. Chew, spent at least $1000 on Pepito’s treatment. That was...

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