Preparing Your Cat For A First Boarding Experience: Three Things To Consider
22 February 2017
Whether you are going out of town or moving, you may be considering cat boarding for your four-legged friend. If your cat has never been boarded before, there are a few things may want to consider to prepare for this event. With a little bit of planning, you can help to ensure your cat is safe, healthy, and happy while you are away. Use this guide to plan for your cat's first boarding experience at a company like Academy Of Canine Behavior.
What You Need To Know To Be A Great Pet Sitter
20 January 2017
If you love animals and you want to make a great living, then consider combining your compassion for animals with your entrepreneurial spirit. Pet sitting is growing in popularity as pet owners wish to leave their animals at home when they are away, and is a terrific opportunity to make a lot of money. In fact, if you take in a few pets (mainly dogs) a week, you can makeover $1,000 per month working part time and a livable wage if you do this service full time.
Considering Bringing Home a French Bulldog? Here's a Few Facts You Should Know
17 January 2017
With their telltale bat-like ears, wrinkly faces, and rounded brown eyes, from the moment you spot a French bulldog, there is no doubt you will be ready to bring home this breed as your own pet. While these dogs come along with a lot of personality and interest, it is always wise to make sure any breed is the right breed for your particular household. Take a look at a few of the facts about french bulldogs before you scoop up a puppy and decide to bring it home.
Protecting Your Cat's Canines: How To Improve Your Pet's Dental Health
16 January 2017
Are you taking proper care of your pet's teeth? Cats actually frequently need more dental care than dogs, for two reasons. Cats can live very long: a well cared for cat can live two decades or more. This leads to tooth issues over time. Additionally, cats tend to hide their pain; if they are having tooth issues, they won't show it until the problem has gotten severe. Because of these two combined issues, it becomes very important for you to be proactive about your cat's dental care.