How to Care for Your Cat's Teeth
Like humans, a cat has two sets of teeth: a deciduous set and a permanent set. The first set consists of 26 "milk teeth" without molars and starts to appear when the kitten is about four weeks olds. Once your cat hits six weeks of age, all 26 milk teeth are present but would lose all of their deciduous teeth between 11 to 30 weeks. During this time period, your cat may eat less and suffer from sore gums.

May 30th, 2008Bathing Your Dog

Bathing Your Dog
Like humans, your pet dog should be bathed for a cleaner coat and to eliminate that doggy odor. However, unlike humans, dogs should be bathed when they are really dirty because overbathing removes their coat’s natural oils and would dry out its hairs. If you are taking your dog to bath for the first time, here are what you should do. Choose a place for your dog to bathe – Puppies and small dogs can be b

May 30th, 2008Preventing Dog Bites

Preventing Dog Bites
The United States celebrate May 14 to 20 as their National Dog Bit Prevention Week. With millions of dogs in the country, not all of them are friendly towards humans and can also put you at risk from getting bitten. Even if you are a dog own, you will never know when your pet may bite you, whether accidental or serious. Here are what you need to know to educate yourself on dog bite prevention. Never approach a stra

May 30th, 2008Professional Pet Sitters

Professional Pet Sitters
Busy pet lovers do not need to worry about their pets when they are planning to have a time away for themselves alone. Professional Pet Sitters or PPS has been on business for several years now. It aims to help people who has pets to have the time of their life while traveling for what so ever reason away from home and their pets. The professional pet sitters make sure to take care of your dogs. They clean them, ta

May 30th, 2008Siberian Husky

Siberian Husky
Siberian Huskies have got to be one of the handsomest dogs ever. They are very useful in carrying loads (harnessed) and are famous for being sled dogs, and have been competing in sled races since 1909. They are genetic relatives of the Spitz. Breed Origin The Siberian Huskie is a descendant of the Tomarctus or the Eskimo/Sled dog, along with the Samoyed and the Alaskan Malamute. The word "Husky" came from

May 30th, 2008Chihuahua

Chihuahua
The Chihuahua is considered as the smallest breed of dogs in the world. It was first discovered in a State in Mexico that bears its name sometime in 1850. In the past, the Chihuahua is treated as a sacred breed and is even believed to help one’s passage into the afterlife. Today, they are considered as among the popular dog breeds among avid dog lovers. Breed Origins The exact origins of the chihuahuas is un

May 30th, 2008Shih Tzu

Shih Tzu
The Shih Tzu is an adorable dog breed that cam from China. It’s name means "lion" in Chinese and belongs to the toy dog group of breed categories. The Shih Tzu vaguely looks like a lion but its usually flowing mane seems to give it a somewhat similar appearance. It is also less often known as the Chrysanthemum dog as well as the Tibetan or Chinese Lion Dog. Breed Origins Shih Tzus have been conside

May 30th, 2008Giant Schnauzer

Giant Schnauzer
he Giant Schnauzer is one of the three Schnauzer breeds. It is widely considered a perfect family pet because of its loyalty, intelligence and courageousness. It is very easy to train and has a rugged look and a watchful eye. Breed Origin Giant Schnauzers originate from Germany in the regions of Bavaria and Württemberg. The Schnauzer family is divided into three – the miniature schnauzer, the standard sc

May 30th, 2008Greyhound

Greyhound
The Greyhound is a very popular breed of dog. It is mostly bred for racing and other similar games, due to its long powerful legs, deep chest and lean, aerodynamic built. Popularly thought to have originated in Ancient Egypt, the Greyhound were used primarily for hunting due to their keen eyesight. Its name does not necessarily make a reference to its appearance, as Greyhounds are seen with a wide variety of coats.

May 30th, 2008Pet Friendly Airlines

Pet Friendly Airlines
Pet policies on Airlines differ from one to another. So then when you are intending to travel with your pet in a cabin or cargo hold of an airline it is advised that you familiarize yourself with the rules and regulations of the airline that you and your pet are going to board. The following are the list of Airlines that you might like to try. Air Canada: 1-888-247-2262http://www.aircanada.com/en/travelinfo/airport