• November 27, 2021

Three reasons why baby squirrels die in captivity

Have you ever taken in a baby squirrel and started feeding and caring for it, then physically going downhill and dying? You’re not alone! The following are three common reasons why baby squirrels die in captivity: 1. The wrong diet. Poor diet is the number one reason squirrels die. There is much controversy over what…

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Adopting a teenage Shih Tzu: advantages and disadvantages

A dog is considered an adolescent (adolescent) between the ages of 9 to 18 months. Most people tend to adopt puppies when they are in the market for a dog, but they are those who would like a dog that is neither too young nor too old. Therefore, the best option for these people is…

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Kennel Cuties – German Shepherd Information

Pet shoppers have many options today. Those in the market for a purebred German Shepherd should research the details before purchasing. This article will cover the history of the German Shepherd, characteristics, where to buy, and how to avoid illicit breeders and sellers. In addition, buyers should know how to care for a purebred German…

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How to promote your blog in 5 easy steps

If you have a blog and are eager for the rest of the world to discover it, then a roadmap on how to promote your blog is probably what you are looking for. And not just any roadmap, a detailed and descriptive roadmap, so you know exactly what to do, right? Here’s an easy-to-follow plan…

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Preventing pet overpopulation: 5 original ideas that could change the lives of stray animals

Last night I had a conversation with a new acquaintance. She told me that she had two cats that were about to “burst” (ie give birth). When I asked her why she hadn’t spayed her cats, she said, “It’s too expensive.” This man lives alone in a 6,000-square-foot home, owns other areas and collects cars,…

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Is it illegal to have a raccoon as a pet?

Common household pets that we are used to seeing in a person’s home are typically dogs, cats, small breed reptiles, maybe a few hamsters here and there, or a few goldfish. On the other hand, there are people in this world who like to step out of the box by adopting an exotic pet rather…

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10 easy ways to mentally stimulate your dog

Dogs need physical and mental stimulation. Unfortunately, many pet owners often tend to focus on offering their dog exercise and disregard providing their pet with much-needed mental stimulation. Dogs that lack mental stimulation are sure to get bored and find ways to “amuse themselves” with bad habits, such as barking, whining, tail chasing, chewing on…

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My husband told me very directly that he does not care about our marriage and that he wants a separation.

Some husbands can be a bit mysterious and lazy when they start a separation. They will tell their wives that they just need time out. They hint that it could all be temporary. Sometimes they assure their wife that they still love her (or at least care a lot about her), but they just need…

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Build a rehearsal studio in the backyard

If you have a young aspiring musician in your home, then you might appreciate a little tip on building your own studio, soundproof enough that your neighbors won’t hate it anymore. Okay, that may sound a bit harsh, but it may be true. Children and adolescents learning to play an instrument for the first time…

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Bad dogs aren’t the only ones who bite

There are good and bad dogs in every breed known to man. Some bad dogs are ferocious dogs too. However, not all dog attack injuries; they are caused by ferocious dogs. Some dog attack injuries are caused by everyday family pets who have never been mean to anyone before. You must be careful with any…

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