Category: Pets

Trespassing of a repeat offender or puppy

The break-in leads the pack in terms of being the topic I get the most questions about, hands down. The key is to really make sure you stick to a consistent plan. Consistency will make housebreaking your dog or puppy as simple as possible. However, breaking and entering remains difficult. And it’s not something you’re […]

Are there free Pug puppies?

Pugs are one of the cutest and most desirable dog breeds. There are hundreds of professional breeders who pride themselves on delivering only the best purebred Pug puppies to their clients. It is an expensive business to run and your income is based on your reputation and the quality of your Pugs. Purebred Pug puppies […]

Pros and cons of using a dog park

A dog playpen or exercise pen is six to eight hinged panels that form a closed ring in which you can place your dog or other pets for semi-supervised time, either indoors or in the outside. Dog parks come in different sizes and are constructed from steel wire, similar to wire dog cages, plastic, or […]

Selecting the right collar and leash for dogs

Dog collars and leashes come in a wide variety of colors, styles, fabrics, and sizes. This will be one of your first purchases for your newly acquired pet. Dog collars and leashes help teach and lead when in training mode. The collar should always have a tag that includes your name, address, and phone number […]

Questions to ask before buying a hedgehog

No matter where you choose to buy your new hedgehog, be it a pet store, animal shelter, rescue, or breeder, there are certain questions you MUST ask to select the best hedgehog. If the person you are buying your hedgehog from cannot answer these questions, there is always the possibility that you will end up […]

Three reasons why baby squirrels die in captivity

Have you ever taken in a baby squirrel and started feeding and caring for it, then physically going downhill and dying? You’re not alone! The following are three common reasons why baby squirrels die in captivity: 1. The wrong diet. An improper diet is the number one reason squirrels die. There is much controversy over […]