Keeping My New Pets Healthy

2 Reasons a Bernese Mountain Puppy Is a Suitable Dog to Adopt When You Have Children

If you are wanting to adopt a new puppy for your family, you may be researching different large breeds to find one that will fit in. One of the main things you may be looking for is a dog that will get along great with your children. When searching for a large dog that will also be suitable to be around your kids, consider taking a closer look at the Bernese Mountain breed. Read More 

Tips For Evaluating English Bulldog Puppies For Sale

If you've decided to purchase an English bulldog puppy from a breeder, it's essential to know what to look for. Buy an English Bulldog from a Quality Breeder The first step is to locate a quality breeder of English bulldogs. You can find quality local breeders by speaking with friends and family or talking to local veterinarians. Quality breeders seek medical care for their dogs, and veterinarians will know precisely who they are. Read More 

Get A Healthy Ball Python

The ball python is a great snake for a first-time snake owner. When you decide that you want to get one of these snakes, you need to know what to look for when you are buying your new snake. You want to have a nice healthy snake that is going to be around for a long time. So, what can you do to make sure that your first ball python is healthy? Read More 

Coming Home After Camping? Get Dog Grooming Services

Camping with your dog is a great way to bond and enjoy an exciting adventure together. Another benefit is not having to hire a dog sitter or use a boarding facility. When you finish camping and are ready to come home, you may want to schedule dog grooming services beforehand so it's available when you return.  Bathing While camping, you may expect your dog to get dirty. Washing your dog in a campground shower is risky because you might find it tough to dry them off before they run around. Read More 

Everything You Need To Know About Veterinary Careers And Internships

Veterinary science is a challenging yet rewarding career choice. It involves over eight years of collegiate and post-graduate study as well as one or more veterinary internships. Here's what you need to know. How do you become a veterinarian? If you want to become a veterinarian, you need to have a love of animals and a desire to help. Additionally, you need to be good at science. While veterinarians work exclusively with animals, they need to be proficient in biology, chemistry, and physics as well as animal sciences, like zoology. Read More 

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Keeping My New Pets Healthy

When I inherited a few dogs from my mother, I was a little nervous about how to care for them. I was concerned about keeping them healthy and strong, so I worked hard to read more about what I needed to do each and every day. I was able to completely overhaul my daily routine to accommodate my pets, and it was really rewarding. Within about three weeks, my pets seemed happy, healthy, and strong. This blog is all about learning how to keep your new pets healthy and avoiding some of the common rookie mistakes that could make your pets sick.