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Cats | October 22, 2012

Top 8 Safety Tips for Pet Parents this Halloween

Attention, animal lovers. It’s almost the spookiest night of the year! The ASPCA recommends taking some common sense precautions this Halloween to keep you and your pet saying “trick or […]

Dogs | October 15, 2012

Rattlesnake Training for Your Dog

Rattlesnake training is important for dogs that live in areas where rattlesnakes are found, especially in the southwest. Rattlesnake venom can kill a dog in a matter of a few […]

Cats | October 8, 2012

The Siamese Cat

The Siamese cat is a medium sized cat with an angular shape to practically every single portion of its head and body. It doesn’t take a mathematics professor to see […]

Dogs | September 17, 2012

The History of the Chihuahua

Named for the Mexican state that borders Texas and New Mexico, the Chihuahua is the oldest breed on the American continent. Historians believe they evolved from a wild dog called […]

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 […]