Want A Beagle? Information About This Breed You Should Learn

Posted on: 18 August 2022

Beagles are adorable puppies and grow up to be beautiful dogs. If you are considering a beagle, you need to first determine if it will be right for your family. Below is some information about this breed.  Beagle Size You can find beagles in a variety of sizes from small to larger varieties. Because of this, make sure you ask the breeder the size of the puppy's parents. If you purchase your beagle at a rescue or a pet store, ask them if they know this information.
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Find A Cat-Only Veterinarian To Care For Your Senior Cat

Posted on: 3 May 2022

As the owner of a senior cat, it's vital to make preventive care a priority. While younger cats may see the vet just once a year, a senior cat will benefit from twice-yearly exams and the occasional blood test. If you're looking at different vet clinics to provide senior care, it's wise to choose a cat-only clinic. Rather than choosing a clinic that allows dogs and making the visit extra stressful for your cat, you can find a clinic that only treats cats.
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What Kind Of Care Do Ragdoll Coats Need?

Posted on: 13 January 2022

If you are thinking about getting a ragdoll kitten, then you are in for a treat. Ragdolls have wonderful, calm, and sociable personalities that will enhance any household. However, ragdoll cats also have a thick and luxurious fur coat that needs constant maintenance. You don't have to do a lot of work, but you must pay attention to their coat. If you don't, your cat could have problems later. Here are some questions and answers about ragdoll coat maintenance to help you know what to expect when your ragdoll kitten gets older.
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3 Socialization Tips For Your New Bully Pup

Posted on: 6 August 2021

The American bully dog is a breed that claims American Staffordshire terriers, American bull terriers, and other bully breeds as part of the breed foundation. The dogs are generally loving, loyal, courageous, and good guard dogs. All of those things put together can make a great dog. All of those things put together also make a dog that is going to need to be socialized extensively while they are young. While you want a dog that is loyal to your family, you don't want one that is really standoffish to other people or animals.
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