Separation Anxiety in Pets Is Manageable
Separation anxiety in pets is completely natural… you don’t have to give up your hobbies and work to keep your pet content. This article will tell you why.
Pets Are Huge Responsibility But Help To Keep You Healthy And Happy
Despite the monotony and tediousness, a surprising statistic reveals that more than 65% of households shelter a minimum of one pet. Sheltering pets is an expensive hobby and according to a study, owners spend more than 50 billion on their pets.
How to Build Your Own Pet Drinking Fountain
Your pet needs hydration and will love having their own pet drinking fountain… They’re easy to assemble if you follow these instructions.
Opting For The Best Farrowing Crate: 6 Tips To Keep In Mind
Managing a pig breeding farm is not a child’s play. This project requires plenty of time and effort. For example, you must take care of the animals on a daily basis.
How Your Dog Can Actually Help With Your Gardening Efforts
All in all, allowing your dog to help you in the garden can be an incredibly gratifying experience for everyone. And best of all, within this partnership between you and your dog, your garden can thrive while being protected from both harmful chemicals or visitations from creatures that might not have the same motivations as you and your wonderful dog.
Does Your Pet Rule the Home?
Cats and dogs have been the favoured house pets for centuries and shower us with much affection. A home is not a home without a pet- welcoming when we arrive back from a day’s work or outing. The look of love and happiness in their eyes together with a tail wagging like a whirlwind on your arrival melts the hardest of hearts.
Interesting Facts About Desmans – Feeding Behavior, Nest Construction, and Habitat
For any animal living in the snow-fed mountain streams, feeding and retaining body heat are top prionties. Unlike hedgehogs or tenrecs, desmans do not undergo periods of hibernation or torpor and must, therefore, live in optimum habitats to ensure their survival during the winter months when prey is most scarce.
Interesting Facts About Moles – Feeding, Digging Behavior, Habitat, and Breeding Season
Moles are highly specialized for a subterranean, fossorial way of life. Their broad, spade-like forelimbs, which have developed as powerful digging organs, are attached to muscular shoulders and a deep chestbone. The skin on the chest is thicker than elsewhere on the body as this region supports the bulk of the mole’s weight when it digs or sleeps. Behind the enormous shoulders the body is almost cylindrical, tapering slightly to narrow hips with short sturdy hindlimbs (which are not especially adapted for digging), and a short club shaped tail, which is usually carried erect.
A Short Recent History And The Basics Of Animal Breeding In The 21st Century:
Animal breeding is simply the vocation of selectively mating carefully chosen specimens of any species to produce or enhance specific desirable qualities and characteristics, thereby improving both the stock and the species in general.. Animal breeding, for anyone choosing to pursue it, can be anything from a serious hobby, indulged in for personal reasons of achieving better quality in one’s pets; a part-time business of breeding and selling pets; to a serious and sophisticated profession and livelihood.
Simple Tips On Pig Farming Tools and Equipment for Raising Healthy Pigs
If you have a pig farming business, you are on the right page, In this article, we are going to share a few tips on how you can follow the best methods to raise healthy pigs without making grave mistakes. Without further ado, let’s check out some of the three tips. Regardless of the type of business, the business owner must have the right mindset and the right set of tools in order to opt for the right approach.
It is raining outside but the sun is still high up in the sky, golden and round. I can hear the children downstairs singing- “It is raining, the sun is shinning. There is a boil on the tortoise anus”.
The Amazing Story of Ginny the Elephant (Warning – Get Kleenex!)
I took my Animal Talk Coaching & Mastery Club students to the San Antonio Zoo to meet an elephant named Ginny. What an amazing story she had!