Are you fond of cats but have never owned one before? Have you been thinking about getting a cat and want to make sure that you're prepared for this new endeavor? Owning a cat can be a lot of fun, but it can also be quite a bit of work. Before you go out and adopt one as a pet, it's a good idea to educate yourself on potential issues. Although most cats are happy and healthy and won't need medical care aside from preventative vaccinations, they can face potential issues.
Choosing to board your dog while you are on vacation can be stressful for dog owners, so it's important to find the best boarding facility possible for your pet. Older dogs require special care and deserve a boarding home that caters to their needs. Here's what to look for in a dog boarding facility to find the best match for your older dog.
Comfortable Bedding for Older Bones
Dogs lose muscle as they age, which makes it easier for them to acquire pressure sores from bedding that's too firm.
Yorkshire Terriers, often referred to as Yorkies, have been a favorite canine breed since given the name way back in 1870. Descended from the Waterside Terrier and previously called Scotch Terriers, Yorkies have outgoing, courageous personalities, respond well to training, and adapt well to living in a family home environment. But like all breeds, taking time to learn about any specific care requirements they may need is a wise course of action for families who are planning to add a Yorkshire Terrier to their household and lives.
Competing in The All-American Quarter Horse Congress is a prestigious dream for many. If your application to compete at Congress has been approved, you may be feeling a bit overwhelmed and insistent on getting more training, practicing, and lunging in. However, don't procrastinate too long on planning the trip and where you will stay. Here's what you need to know.
Where will you stay?
Congress is like the Super Bowl of horse shows, but on a much, much larger scale.
When the winter wind starts howling, it can be tempting to bundle up and stay inside with your dog. But going out and getting some exercise is actually good for your furry companion, even in the winter. You'll just need to make sure you follow these tips to keep him safe during the cold spell.
Put booties on his feet.
Dogs' feet are less sensitive to the cold than human feet, but they still can develop frostbite when the temperature is bitter cold.