Protecting Your Pets

Protecting Your Pets

  • Care Tips For A Ball Python

    Reptiles are very popular as pets, as they aren't required to be let outside, can be kept at most types of homes (including rentals), and aren't loud pets. Snakes are a popular reptile pet, in particular the ball python, as they can live very long lives. Reptiles (including the ball python), like most pets, still require care and commitment in order to give them a long and healthy life. See below for tips to help you care for your ball python.

  • Important Tips for Recovering Lost Pets

    Do you own a dog or a cat who likes to try to slip away? Do they get so excited by the prospect of going outside that they often ignore your calls as they gleefully run down the street? In an ideal world, you would be able to keep your pet from getting away. Unfortunately, this isn't an ideal world and so you may end up spending hours or days searching for your pet to bring him or her back home.

  • You Have To Stay Home: 3 Tips To Ensure Your Dog Has A Good Time With The Sitter

    If your holiday travels aren't going to include your dog this year, you'll want to hire a pet sitter. Pet sitters provide your dog with loving care, right in the comfort of your own home. One of the benefits of hiring a pet sitter is that you won't have to leave your dog at the kennel. This is important, especially if your dog hasn't been vaccinated against kennel cough yet. There are some things you should do before you leave though.

  • Be The Cat's Meow: Take Good Care Of Your Feline Friend

    If you are the proud owner of a cat, then you want to make sure you tend to their every physical and emotional need so they remain healthy, friendly, and happy. This article will help you to have a better understanding of what it takes to properly care for your feline friend. Consider keeping your cat inside at all times It is best if you are able to keep your cat inside at all times.

  • Caring For Your Older Dog After She Is Spayed: Tips For Comfort

    Many vets recommend getting your female dog spayed prior to their first heat cycle to prevent hormonal changes that can make surgery more complicated. Older dogs tend to recover less quickly than puppies do and may be more aware of the procedure and pain they are encountering, which can lead to a painful experience that requires extra after-care. In addition to being more sore, some dogs (especially those that are overweight, are currently in heat, or who have had puppies before) and their lifestyles can make having the common surgery more extreme.

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Protecting Your Pets

My husband’s mom absolutely adores playing with her pets. She currently has 2 dogs and 12 cats. Every day she spends at least two hours feeding and caring for her animals. My mother-in-law keeps a couple of her cats inside of her home. The rest of her animals aren’t allowed inside the house. However, this sweet lady always ensures they’re warm during the harsh winter months. Each of the canines have a spacious dog house to lounge in. At night, my mother-in-law places her cats in an old shed. Whenever one of her pets displays the signs of a potential illness, she immediately takes him or her to a nearby veterinarian. On this blog, I hope you will discover tips to help you protect your beloved pets from harm.