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  • Care For Your Pets The Same Way You Would Your Children

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    Friday August 8th, 2014 at 02:15 PM


    In our go-go-go society its often difficult to step back and take care of ourselves. We claim we are too busy to go grocery shopping and prepare healthy meals. We just dont have the time to go to the gym or jog in the park. But the truth is these are excuses. Believe it or not, caring for your pets health is just as important as caring for your own health. They dont deserve dry processed foods any more than you deserve that sodium soaked frozen meal. Sending Fido to wander in the yard may be...

  • Litter Training Your Bunny

    from Pet Hooligans

    Monday August 4th, 2014 at 07:54 AM


    No pet owner likes to have a pet that constantly needs cleaning up after because of frequent messes. Luckily, bunnies are one of the types of animals that is litter trained fairly easily. Litter training a bunny will be both a rewarding activity for you as the pet owner, and for the bunny that will only leave messes in one area of their cage or rabbit-proofed room.

    To start litter training your bunny, take note of the area of his or her cage or rabbit-proof room that your bunny normally...

  • From Doghouse to Nursery: How to Raise a Baby in a Dog-Dominated Home

    from Pet Hooligans

    Tuesday July 15th, 2014 at 04:18 AM


    Bringing home a new baby is a huge change for everyone in the homeeven for your furry babies (pets) who have already claimed the home as their territory. Most dogs do not present a danger to babies or young children, but certain sensible precautions should be followed. Theres no reason why dogs and babies cannot peacefully co-exist, but it will take a little adjusting for everyone, especially in the beginning. If youre concerned about how your dog or dogs will react when you bring baby home,...

  • DIY Pet Pallet

    from Pet Hooligans

    Monday July 7th, 2014 at 11:07 AM


    Ever since I was little weve had pets. At any given point in time, my family has had the privilege of being the home to at least one cat and usually a couple of dogs. Back in the day, I used to place little pillows on the floor to serve as their pallets pets need soft places to rest, too, right?

    But as Ive gotten older and my tastes have become more sophisticated, I find myself wanting to give them more than a soft place for their paws. When my husband and I finally purchased our first home...

  • The Pet Friendly House: 10 Tips for Making Decorating Easier

    from Pet Hooligans

    Tuesday June 24th, 2014 at 02:01 AM


    We are a nation of pet lovers and a good percentage of homes have an extended family that includes much-loved dogs or cats amongst the list of occupants.

    When you decide to give your house a makeover and do some decorating, it makes a lot of sense to not just choose the right colour scheme but also to select the right materials and furniture that help to make your home pet-friendly and able to accommodate your animals needs as well.

    Whether you keep dogs, cats, birds or any other type of...

  • What You Need to Know About Worming Your Horse

    from Pet Hooligans

    Tuesday June 17th, 2014 at 07:24 AM


    Horses can contract worms through their feed, bedding, or by coming in contact with other animals that are infested. These worms can cause a variety of health problems ranging from digestive disorders to blood clots, and can even cause a horse to become malnourished. In order to keep your equine healthy, horse wormers should be given on a regular basis, as they can also be used as a preventative measure.

    Types of Worms

    Horses can be subject to pinworms, and these pests result in intense...

  • Pet Hooligans Interview: Disabled Rabbits

    from Pet Hooligans

    Sunday June 15th, 2014 at 08:54 AM


    Today we welcome Isis from the wonderful website Disabled Rabbits who talks to us about their work and their gorgeous bunny Bonnie.

    1.Firstly, please introduce yourself and tell us a little about where you are based, for example in which country and part of that country?Hi, my name is Isis Charbonneau and I am the founder of DisabledRabbits.com. My husband Jonathan and I live with our disabled rabbit spokesbunny, Bonnie, and the rest of our bunny crew in San Diego, California, U.S.

  • The Best Vacations To Take With Your Dog

    from Pet Hooligans

    Wednesday June 11th, 2014 at 09:20 AM


    Many dog-owners experience the sadness and anxiety of leaving their dogs behind when they go on vacation. With a little bit of planning, you can bring your best friend along and make the trip doubly enjoyable. Many areas not only allow but welcome canine companions, and you can find a variety of kennels and doggie daycare centers at most vacation destinations. Here are a few of the best vacations that should be on your list for taking your dog along with you.

    Great Smoky Mountains National...
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