Our pets love summer just as much as we do! It’s the best time of year to be out and about, enjoying all that the season has to offer, including picnics, hikes, swimming, running or just enjoying a nap in the backyard with your fur babies. While these are all great activities, I’ve got some tips to offer for a safe and relaxing Memorial Day Weekend.
Group: SaltwaterSize: SmallTemperament: Community AggressiveAquarium Size: Large (55+ gal)Swimming Region(s): MiddleSuitable Tank Mates: Dwarf Angelfish, Clownfish, Damsels, Boxfish, Gobies, Tangs and HawkfishDifficulty Of Care: Weekly careNew SearchBasslet General descriptionBasslets are a small family of marine fish.
Cat HealthCat BehaviorHow to Get Your Cat Comfortable in a CarrierCats need routine care and screening for infectious disease. The number one reason why we& 39;re not getting our cats in regularly is the carrier!Here are some tips to help your cat get used to the carrier.
Hello, Ehrlichiosis is a disease that can lead to serious consequences, you did the correct procedure taking the animal immediately to the veterinarian and start treatment as soon as possible. Blindness is a very common symptom in Ehrlichiosis and can be reversible in most Of the cases, however, it is always advisable to take the animal to a specialist - in this case an ophthalmologist - for a consultation, mainly to certify that it is a blindness caused by tick disease and not for any other reason.
How does my cat’s heart work?Your heart, your cat’s heart, all hearts, regardless of their size are basically muscular pumps that function to provide continual flow of adequate amounts of oxygenated blood and nutrition to every tissue in the body (the heart itself included) and then to return carbon dioxide-laden blood back to the lungs to exchange the carbon dioxide for oxygen.
Baby animal Little rhinoceros is lovingly nurtured The little rhinoceros in the video was unfortunately left behind by his mother, as it has a congenital urinary tract defect and would have had little chance of survival in the wild. Fortunately, the wild animal sanctuary Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya found the animal in time and took it in with him.