What Attracts Skunks And How You Can Deter Them Naturally

Posted on: 8 August 2015

Skunks serve an important part in an ecological chain. They eat a lot of unpleasant bugs, grubs and insect larvae. Unfortunately, skunks are also attracted to rotting and decaying things, like your garbage or fruit that has fallen from trees in your yard and started to rot. It is not so much the fruit that the skunks are after, but the larvae and maggots that call the rotting fruit home. Skunks are scavengers, and although they prefer certain things to eat, they will eat whatever is available to them.
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Health Problems Associated With Miniature English Bulldogs And How To Handle Them

Posted on: 16 July 2015

Unlike a miniature bulldog, which is a crossbreed of a pug with a bulldog, a true miniature English bulldog is a purebred animal bred down to its miniature size. That said, the purebreds have some different health problems associated with their breed, but it is not anything so serious that it should prevent you from considering a miniature English bulldog as a good pet. Here are some of the common health problems and what you can do to prevent and treat them should you decide to buy or adopt your mini English bulldog.
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3 Excellent Services That A Dog Dentist Can Provide For Your Dog

Posted on: 19 June 2015

While many pet owners may not think about taking their dogs into the dentist, it is actually very important. Dogs can suffer from some of the same teeth issues that humans can suffer from, so it is very important that these issues are either prevented, or resolved if they happen. To do this, you are going to need to take your dog into a dog dentist, like one at Kenmore Veterinary Hospital.
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Can Dogs Drink Water From Outdoor Sources Without Getting Sick?

Posted on: 3 June 2015

When you're outside, your dog drinks out of puddles. When you're inside, it drinks out of the toilet. Is there any water your dog can't drink? In fact, dogs can be susceptible to contaminated water just like humans can. While their gastrointestinal tracts are better suited to managing bacteria than those of humans, there are some guidelines you should follow for giving water to your pet dog. Dangers of Outdoor Water
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