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Cats | September 10, 2012

What Breed is My Cat?

Some cat lovers seem to overly focus on breeds and are not happy until their cat is classified neatly within a certain breed. Since the beginning pet owners have raised […]

Dogs | August 27, 2012

“Parlez-vous Francais (do you speak French)?”

French 101 – History of the French Poodle The first thing you’ll be surprised to learn is French poodles are not French. They actually originated in Germany. Germans used the […]

Dogs | August 20, 2012

America’s Love Affair with Boxers

The Boxer is a short-haired, medium-sized breed with a square, short muzzle. Originating from Germany in the 1800s, the breed is related to the Bulldog, and was originally bred as […]

Dogs | August 6, 2012

Weimaraners, the “Grey Ghost”

Known as the Weimar Pointer in the early days of the breed, the Weimaraner was developed by the noblemen of the Court of Weimar to hunt large game. When boar, […]

Dogs | July 30, 2012

The Loyal and Loving Dachshund

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Cats | July 23, 2012

Cat Spraying: Why Do They Do It?

Ok, so there are several good reasons why cats like to spray, but why do they suddenly start doing it when they never have before? Unfortunately, a cat spraying urine […]

Cats | July 16, 2012

What’s a Calico Cat?

A calico cat is not a breed of cat, it is simply a term used to describe a particular pattern and color of the cat’s coat. A calico, known by […]

Cats | July 9, 2012

Wood Ticks, Pets, and Things You Should Know

There are more than 650 species of hard ticks (part of the Ixodidae family). The adult tick has eight legs and mouthparts that attach and suck blood from the host […]

Dogs | July 2, 2012

Teaching your Dog New Tricks

Before a dog can be taught to perform tricks, the trainer must first learn how to properly teach a dog tricks. In other words, dog owners must know the principles […]