Compared to dogs, we have a pretty puny sense of hearing. We don’t hear nearly as much, nor are we as good at judging where sounds are coming from. Dogs’ hearing is roughly four times more sensitive than ours. They c
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What is a holiday when you can’t take every member of the family, and that includes your pets. Many people feel as though their dog or cat is a major part of their family and couldn’t bare leaving them at home or in
Horses are an extremely expensive investment, and therefore should be protected. Not only is it the general expenses that comes with buying a horse, their vet bills are quite substantially larger than most other domestic
Choosing the breed of your new puppy is a completely personal decision, as it is ultimately you who they will be spending their life with. Before deciding on the breed, ask yourself these questions: Will this breed fit i
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