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How to Safely (and Enjoyably) Travel with Your Bird

When it comes to traveling with pets, the experience, safety measures and guidelines are different for each species as well as every individual animal. Some might become stressed while others love going for car rides or even longer journeys. Contrary to popular belief, birds can be great travel companions if you prepare them well. So if you have a pet bird and often worry about leaving them home alone, these tips will help you both enjoy...Read more

Cool New Uses for Your Old Aquarium

There comes a day in every aquarist’s life when they have to figure out what to do with an empty aquarium. Whether you’re upgrading to a newer, larger aquarium or leaving the hobby entirely, you’re going to need to decide what to do with your old one. These days you have two options, recycle it or reuse it. Recycling your aquarium can be as simple as putting it into your...Read more

9 Great Dog Kisses That Will Make Your Day

Dogs love kissing. There’s nothing more adorable than dog love. And yes, all of us pet parents have let them do it (at least once!). From a simple kiss to rolling on the back to licking your face endlessly, dogs like to express their affection in every way possible. Sure, for some people it’s “a big no” but dog lovers can’t deny how much we enjoy our face getting all sloppy with doggy love....Read more

7 Foods Your Dog Should Never Eat

All pet parents know the puppy face that our dogs make when they want a bite from the ice-cream we’re gorging on or the cookies, the fries, the pizza. It’s a major guilt trip and more often than not we end up feeding them from our plate. How can a little bite hurt, right? Wrong. Most of “our” food is bad for dogs. It not only affects their weight but...Read more

Teach Your Dog to Wear Boots and Shoes

Winter can be as much fun for your dog as it is for you, and continuing exercise even when the weather is unpleasant is important.  But it’s also essential to make sure you protect your friend from the elements. Snow and ice can be hard (as well as cold!) on your dog’s paws, and salt and other chemicals used on sidewalks can irritate pads and can be poisonous when your...Read more
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