Are you a pet lover like us? Do you own a pet or just happen to love them? Below are 7 of our favorite pet-lovin’ blog posts. From why pets eat their own feces (yuck), to the many reasons to love a mixed breed dog, we cover a wide range of topics to help pet parents and their furry friends! Do you have a topic you would like us to write about? Feel free to email us any suggestions or questions you might have: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click on the links below to enjoy our most popular dog blog posts.
The Dachshund, meaning “badger dog” in German, is a lively breed with a friendly personality and keen sense of smell. Low and long, the Dachshund is powerfully muscled and has a characteristic shape that rarely passes unnoticed. In the US, the Dachshund comes in two sizes: standard and miniature. Clever, lively, and courageous to the point of recklessness, the Dachshund is tenacious in above and below ground work. Click on the title above to learn more!
We know that cats are much different creatures than dogs and we can’t leave out our furry feline friends. We also know that some cats are indoor pets only, so keep a few of these tips in mind and only do what works best for you and your feline-loving family.
Coprophagia (kop-ruh-fey-jee-uh), a.k.a. poop eating, is behavioral and physiological and there are several reasons why your dog is doing it. In our research, we’ve found so many reasons that we’ve narrowed it down to the most common six found across the web. One of these reasons might land you a permanent solution to fix this unwanted and disgusting behavior.
Whether you currently own a senior pet or you’re planning to adopt one, wouldn’t you agree that they are amazing creatures? Senior pets have so much to offer a family. They may come with different responsibilities than a younger pet, but they are equally as beautiful. Wouldn’t you agree?
According to the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention, in 2015, an estimated 53.8% of US dogs were overweight or obese. An estimated 58.2 % of US cats were overweight or obese. The same survey confirms that the trend has increased over the last seven years. The number is growing and pets are at greater risk for diabetes than ever before. Don’t allow your pet to be part of this statistic. Take measures to help him or her lose weight now.
There are just so many reasons to love and appreciate our beautiful mixed breeds – and any pet for that matter – that it’s hard to narrow it down to just a few. We’ve tried our best and to help us get our point across we’ve incorporated several pictures for your enjoyment. We certainly love our mixed breed pets!