Life With Parrots

Weimaraner: Hunting Dog By Day, House Dog By Night

If you are the proud parent of a Weimaraner pup, congratulations! Weimaraners are intelligent, have a huge personality, and are known to develop a strong bond with their humans. They were bred to hunt large animals such as bears and deer. Whether you adopted your Weimaraner to be a hunting dog, a house dog, or both, it is crucial for you to understand the genuine hunting instincts of the breed and tools you can use to hone in and/or control those instincts. Read More 

2 Tips For Keeping Your Cat Physically And Mentally Healthy When You Travel Frequently

If you would love to have a cat, yet travel frequently for work or other reasons, then you may think you have to wait until your schedule "settles down" before you adopt a new kitty. However, there are many cats and kittens at adoption facilities who would love to have an owner like you to shower them with love and affection on most days, even if you can't every single day of the year. Read More 

What To Do When Your Cat Comes Home After Being Missing

If your cat has been missing for some time, it's no doubt a massive relief that they're now home. However, your work isn't done just yet. As a responsible pet parent, it's up to you to make sure that your cat's in good health, as prolonged absences can potentially cause serious health problems. Read on to learn what you should do if your cat has just come home after being missing. Read More 

Tips For Keeping Your Cat Calm While Boarding

If your cat is typically anxious or feels stressed, then you may not be comfortable leaving your feline at a boarding facility while you go on vacation. However, cat boarding facilities are the safest places to leave your cat while you are away. If you want to make sure your cat stays calm during the boarding period, then read through some of the tips outlined below. Buy A Cat-Calming Collar Read More 

Three Reasons Why Dogs Benefit From Eating Meat-Based Diets

The growth of vegetarianism and veganism in the United States is largely attributable to the belief these diets are healthier for adult humans. As a result of that trend, some pet owners and other animal welfare proponents are advocating for diets with less meat for dogs. Their argument is that dogs are omnivores and can survive and thrive on plant-based diets while meat is less desirable, even harmful to canines. Unfortunately, this mistaken belief about the diet of dogs can lead to negative health consequences. Read More