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When Hamsters Attack - Understanding Hamster Interaction

Hamsters, as a rule, are very territorial creatures, with some being far more aggressive to other hamsters than others. Syrian hamsters are a good example - never ever put two Syrian hamsters in a cage together unless you want to scoop out a dead hamster the next morning.

  • 19 May 2017

Select the best rabbit hutches for your pets

It's time to pamper your pet rabbit and get a rabbit hutch. While choosing rabbit hutches for your rabbit there are a few factors to keep in mind while selecting one.

Time to pamper your rabbits

To make your pet rabbit feel comfortable and relaxed at all times rabbit hutches made of good quality is ideal for your rabbit.

  • 26 May 2017

How To Care For Bunny

Getting a bunny is an exciting decision, but not one that should be made before researching how to care for a bunny so that you can be sure it is the right pet for you or your family. Bunnies are affectionate and sweet animals, so many adults choose to get a bunny as a first pet for a child or teenager.

  • 25 May 2017
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    Your Horse Can Benefit From Calming Supplements

    Sometimes you may feel like your child is acting a little bit like a monkey, but in reality there are some true similarities between animals and people that you might not have ever thought about.

    More and more people are being diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactive disorder and other related conditions all of the time.

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    How Trainers improve their Horse's Performance

    The difference in wining a horse race and coming in second or third is a question of only a few inches for many jockeys. Training their animal for months to run at their fastest and endure to the end of a race, many trainers put their horses through a daily routine of exercise.

  •   6 Jun 2017   Posted By Clara O.   38 Favs   0 Comments

    Taking a Horse's Temperature, Pulse and Respiration

    Three standard indicators of a horse's health are temperature, pulse rate and respiration. These can be used not only to determine if your horse is ill but also can indicate the type of illness.

    Horse's Temperature

    The normal temperature for a horse is about 38C (100.5F).

  •   22 May 2017   Posted By Sherri L.   66 Favs   0 Comments

    Equine Cushings Disease- Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatment

    Cushing's disease occurs in various animals (e.g. dogs, horses, people), although the symptoms in horses are different than the symptoms in other animals (e.g. in dogs it results in hair loss whereas in horses it results in greater hair growth). When the disease occurs in horses, it is known as Equine Cushings Disease (or ECD).

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    Know How To Check If Your Horse Is Pigeon Toed

    The horse is as much a part of Utah's landscape as the mountains, the desert, and the fertile meadows of farmland. Ranching and farming make up our economy as well as other industries that make this an interesting state to visit and live.

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3 Jun 2017
Posted By Pauline W.

Dog Training Suggestions To Get The Best Final Results

It's been said that one of the biggest stress reducers will be to own a furry companion, primarily a pet doggie. Pet dogs are frequently brought to therapeutic establishments to help soothe individuals and convey them enjoyment. Needless to say, if you've had a brand new pooch in your house, then you already know that it will deliver as much stress as it does smiles of pleasure. The ideal time to start training your dog will begin while it is still a pup.
8 Jun 2017
Posted By Sarah C.

Why Good Horse Health Is Good For A Happy Animal

Horse Health is directly related to the frame of mind your animal displays. Like humans, horses can feel sick. If your mare has suddenly become bad-tempered, he may be ailing. Certainly, if your horse does not feel well his mood will be negatively affected.Horses, like people can develop back problems and leg troubles. Horses utilize their back muscles constantly, even for the smallest of movements. Horses can become somewhat annoyed if they have injured their back or legs.
20 May 2017
Posted By Gwen L.

Guinea Pigs - How to Exercise Your Guinea Pig

With a hamster, you can just toss a wheel in its cage and it'll hop right on it and chug away - going nowhere - and he'll be perfectly happy. It reminds me of the people you see at the health club - chugging away on their elliptical trainers - going nowhere - but getting healthier. Toss a wheel into your guinea pig's cage and see what happens. Chances are she'll chew on it - that is until she gets bored and ignores it. You also know what to do with a dog.
6 Jun 2017
Posted By Jimmie M.

Setting Up The Perfect Chinchilla Cage

When thinking of purchasing a chinchilla, you need to be sure of how to set a chinchilla cage up. The best thing to do is to duplicate the environment chinchillas are use to, this will help make your chinchilla happy and comfortable. In the wild chinchillas live in higher altitudes, and the climate is usually dry and cool. Chinchillas do better if they are kept in a 55 to 70 degree temperature.
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2 Jun 2017
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How to Prevent Horse Colic

Colic is the most common cause of pre-mature death in domestic horses. It is also the most frequent cause of major veterinary bills. However, the vast majority of colic cases could be easily prevented through correct management. A study of the existing research into this illness, including case studies covering thousands of cases of horse colic, which has identified the most common causes of colic, is the basis for the following recommendations. 1) Worming.
20 May 2017
Posted By Etta S.

Do Pets and Apartments Mix?

If you're a pet owner who is considering a move to an apartment there are certain things you must be keep in mind. First, whether or not your pet will be accepted by most landlords depends primarily on the type, size and personality of your pet. Dogs: If you own a large dog, apartment living is probably not for you. Not only will accepting landlords be hard to find, but your dog will not be happy in the confined space of an apartment.
3 Jun 2017
Posted By Vincent B.

Chocolate Poisoning in Dogs

Most people have heard that chocolate can poison dogs. It is the theobromine in the chocolate that poisons them. It affects their central nervous system, agitating it, which sometimes results in epileptic seizures. The quantity has to be high enough for it to be lethal. Different kinds of chocolate contain less or more theobromine per ounce. It takes so many ounces per pound of body weight for each kind of chocolate to sicken a dog.Theobromine 1) Milk chocolate: 44 mg.
30 May 2017
Posted By Paulette G.

Top Flea and Tick Pet Meds

The summer months are a favorite time of year for many pet owners, as well as their pets. It's the perfect time for dogs and cats to bask in the sun, and for their owners to enjoy taking them to the park or the beach. There's just one problem: the summer heat brings the risk of fleas and ticks, both of which can make life extremely uncomfortable for your pet. A bad flea or tick infestation can even make your pet sick, so these aren't problems to take lightly.
8 Jun 2017

Clinton Anderson: How to Wash and Care for Your Horse's Tail - Downunder Horsemanship

Downunder Horsemanship ranch manager Katie Kelch demonstrates how to wash and care for your horse's tail. Subscribe to our channel ...

4 Jun 2017

Spring/Summer Horse Care Checklist

In today's video I've made a checklist of the things you will have to get for your horse for the spring/summer. I hope this video was helpful! ♥ Cute Flys Masks ...

16 Jun 2017

How To Buy Your First Horse

Have you wanted your own a horse your whole life? Are you ready to make that dream come true? Watch this video to learn how get started! These are the steps ...

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