Pet Food

Pet Food Is The Cornerstone Of Good Pet Care

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When people take on a pet they’re taking on an animal with everyday needs. This is a big responsibility and not one to be taken lightly. People should never buy a pet on a whim. Some of these animals can live for fifteen years or more. They’re going to need care, attention, love, food and medical care. They give so much back in return though. A treasured pet becomes a member of the family. They’re loyal, loving, fun and mischievous. No wonder so many people have a little furry friend and companion. Continue reading

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Using Apps To Improve Pet Health

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There are plenty of phone apps that do nothing but help us pass the time when we are bored. There are also apps that make our lives that little bit easier, saving us time or ensuring that we can multi-task with ease. And then there are apps with which we wonder how we ever lived without, and it is into this last category that a number of pet-focussed apps will one day fall. Continue reading

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Looking After Your Puppy

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When you bring a puppy home for the first time, it is likely to be an extremely exciting time for both you and your family. However, from being aware of how your child should treat your new addition to the family to how you should feed your pet, there will be many things to take into consideration right from the very start.

The first thing to remember is that the recommended way to care for any animal is liable to change over time. As such, even if you have cared for many puppies in the past, it will be wise to talk to a vet to see what care they will need. Not only might each breed of animal need very different focus in terms of how they are treated, but the recommended way to feed and look after animals in likely to change as continued research enables experts to find out more about what really keeps animals safe, healthy and content.

It is also wise to remember that puppies will need very different care and nutrition to older dogs. Not only will they need to have food that is nutritionally balanced to meet their needs, and in particular their fast growth, but they will also need far more emotional interaction to help them settle into their new surroundings.

Speaking to your vet and finding dog food specific to your pet in terms of size, breed and age will all be extremely important, as will simply ensuring that you offer them the right training, social interaction and discipline right from the very start.

Old dogs can learn new tricks, but it is easier if they learn them from a very early age instead.