Monthly Archives: November 2011
During holidays such as Thanksgiving and Christmas, many pet owners ask the question “can dogs eat turkey?” Here are some tips concerning this issue.
It is quite safe for you to share your turkey meat with your dog. The only thing to be concerned about are the bones. These can be potentially dangerous. Poultry bones can get lodged in your dog’s throat, injure his mouth, or splinter and puncture his intestines. If your dog loves turkey, cut some meat off the bones and give it as a treat. Make sure the bones have been removed. Continue reading
Red-eyed tree frogs are easily recognized by their vivid colors and red eyes. Their bodies are a bright green color with yellow and blue striped sides. They also have orange toes. They grow up to about 2 – 3 inches in length and can live anywhere from 4 to 10 years. If you plan on getting red-eyed tree frogs as pets, it is important to learn about the requirements needed to keep these frogs healthy. Continue reading
Welcoming a new puppy into the house can be a rewarding experience. Training, especially house training, a puppy can be challenging, but by having a positive attitude and some basic relevant information, it will be easier than expected.
When you bring the puppy home, he will probably need to have a toilet break due to the excitement of the trip. By taking him outside, it will enforce the fact that this is where toileting needs to be done. If he is allowed to relieve himself inside, he will probably do it again. It is best to get him on the right track right from the start when house training a puppy. Continue reading
If you are planning to build a chicken coop, you probably think that it will take a few weeks to finish it. But, once you know the right techniques, accomplishing this task successfully will only take a few days. Finding some easy but well laid out plans and designs from a reliable source may not be easy. You just need to look in the right place. Continue reading