Monthly Archives: July 2011
Golden Retriever dogs have personalities that would fit into any family. They are friendly, loyal, dependable and gentle. This breed loves to interact with people and needs companionship. The happy, active nature is a popular characteristic of the Golden Retriever dog. He will continue to be a puppy until he is about two to three years of age and, quite possibly, may always be playful. Whether he becomes a hunting partner, a show dog, or a family pet, your dog will be a pleasure to own.
Originally from South America, guinea pigs come in various colors and fur types – the “English” variety have short, fine, straight fur, the “Peruvian” have long, silky, straight fur, and those that have rosettes of fur are called “Abyssinians.” Guinea pigs (or cavies as they are often called) have an average lifespan of four to eight years, and can weigh up to two pounds, if they are well looked after. They like being handled and easily adjust to a new environment. Two females of the same age, or an adult and baby, are the best combination, if you are planning on having more than one. Guinea pig care can be quite easy if you use some preventative steps. Continue reading
Chihuahuas come in a large variety of different color combinations. Known for being the smallest dog in the world, their usual height is 6 to 10 inches, but some can grow from 12 to 15 inches. Their average lifespan is between 10 and 17 years of age. They are named after a state in Mexico called Chihuahua, where they originated from. Before deciding to purchase one of these dogs, you will need some Chihuahua information to make sure they will fit into your lifestyle.
Arowana care has some unique requirements. These exotic fish can have a life span of over 20 years, if well cared for. They usually grow from 24 to 30 inches in length in an aquarium. A large aquarium is necessary to house them due of their size. You will need some good advice regarding their care before bringing one home. Continue reading
Finding good Bichon Frise information is important before considering ownership. The Bichon Frise is an affectionate, intelligent, and active breed. They are extremely friendly and love human company, including children. They also get along with other dogs and pets. The Bichon Frise is very intelligent and quick to learn new tricks. House training seems to take more time, so you’ll need a little patience where this is concerned. Continue reading
German Shepherd dogs are very popular and make a great companion when handled in the right way. They are a large, attractive looking dog and usually come in various mixed colors – all black and all white are less common.
Before you consider owning a dog of this breed, you will need some reliable German Shepherd information. Continue reading
If you’ve been thinking about getting a kitten, Ragdolls may be a good choice for you. Ragdoll kittens are one of the friendliest, gentle-natured, and least aggressive breeds of cats. For this reason, they are very popular, but they can be expensive, running from $400 and up, depending if they are show quality. Continue reading