How to Manage Noise Phobias This Summer

There are a lot of things and situations that scare Gremlin. Most of the time he responds with aggression, but with some, particularly loud noises, he runs and hides. Noise phobias are very common in dogs and rare in...

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Your Cat Is More Intelligent Than You Thought

If we describe intelligence as "the capability to obtain information, its retention, and utilization for solving problems", we find that cats are the most intelligent of all pets. If you make an adult cat occupy an area to which...

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3 Amazing Pet Products That Make Pet Ownership Easy

Every pet owner wants to get the best things for his furry pal. But are there any best hacks that can take your pet ownership skills to the next level? With a wide array of pet products available in...

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Choosing the Perfect Dog, Cat or Pet Bed

All of us pet owners know that our cats and dogs have very distinct personalities! Some are outgoing, some are a little more introverted and some just like being close to their owners. When choosing the perfect bed for...

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How to Click a Perfect Photo of Your Pet

Photo shooting a pet is not a small thing. You need to be an expert for that. In fact, you need to learn the photography. It is because unlike the human beings the parts are not camera friends and...

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Pet Adoption Story – Linda and Allie

This lovely adoption story tugs at the heartstrings, and goes to show how animals can heal, even when your heart is broken after losing another pet. Introducing Linda and Allie:My husband and I lost our beloved pet to intestinal...

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Pretty Deadly for Your Cat: 8 Toxic Plants

Houseplants and gorgeous gardens are the pride of many homeowners. We spend hours and lots of money selecting the perfect plant, tilling the soil and helping them to flourish. Plants inside the home have been shown to reduce indoor...

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From the archive: Carmel nature reserve, 30 years on!

From the archive: Carmel nature reserve, 30 years on!

Carmel Nature Reserve Join us as we take a trip down memory lane... Dyfed Wildlife Trust membership magazine, thirty years ago- Bulletin number 52, April 1990. The strange world of lockdown has prompted us to spend time...

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How to Spot Bad Pet Advice

On a recent trip to our local pet superstore, I heard an employee give a dog owner really terrible advice. It wasn't obviously terrible, like, "Yes, you should absolutely buy that dayglow cocktail dress." Or, "Sunblock is for sissies,...

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Why New Guidelines Change The Way We Handle Our Pets’ Pain

Pain is easily expressed by humans. We can give the specifics of pain, such as where it hurts and what has caused the pain. We can let others know if the pain is insignificant and temporary or occurring long...

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