The Wonderful World Of Pets

  • Pet Nutrition 101: Three Foods You Should NEVER Feed Your Guinea Pig And Why (Plus Some Alternatives)

    25 July 2016

    Guinea pigs, those loveable, squeaking little rodents that people keep as pets, are a good first pet for most children. They are easy to care for, generally sweet-tempered and very social creatures. However, if you choose to get a guinea pig (or two, since your guinea pig can get very lonely when you are not home), you need to know more about pet nutrition for these little creatures. Here are three foods you should never feed a guinea pig and why.

  • Has A Recent Move Got Your Doggy Down? 3 Steps To Help Your Dog Overcome Depression

    11 July 2016

    Moving can be a stressful event, even for your pets. Sudden changes in daily activities or living arrangements can send your dogs into a bout of depression. If you've recently moved, and your dog is exhibiting signs of depression, such as sleeping more often, or not running to the door when you come home, you're going to need to make some adjustments to help pull them out of the blues. Here are three simple steps you can take to help your pet recover from depression.

  • Is Your Doggy Feeling Its Age? 4 Steps To Help Alleviate Arthritis Pain

    4 July 2016

    If you thought arthritis was something that only affected humans, you're wrong. Unfortunately, arthritis can also affect your dogs. If you have a dog that's advancing in years, it might be time to have it tested for arthritis. This is particularly true if your dog has a hard time moving in the morning or is walking more slowly than it used to. Large dogs, such as Saint Bernard's and Great Danes are particularly vulnerable to arthritis.