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Keeping Your Pets Safe Around Houseplants

When pets turn their attention to your plants, make sure they’re not putting their health at risk.
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Tips for Fostering Rescue and Shelter Dogs

Fostering is a great way to help your local shelter or rescue, this helps create more room in the shelter so they are able to save more dogs in need. It also gives the foster dog an opportunity to learn basic house rules before moving into their forever home.
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Will My Cat and Dog Get Along?

Cats and dogs may be different species, but it doesn’t mean they can’t become best friends. Here’s how to encourage a new cat-dog relationship in your home.

Cats View All

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3 Unusual Cat Behaviors Explained

When was the last time you could honestly say that you had a grip on your cat's body language?
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A Cat’s Daily Diet

Cats need proteins, fats, carbs, water, vitamins and minerals to stay in shape.
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Adopting a Cat

Give a cat another chance at life and a loving home.

Small Animals View All

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A Small Animal’s Daily Diet

Small animal diets are just as diverse as the individual species are.
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Fiber in Your Rabbit’s Diet

Fiber is an essential component of your rabbit’s diet.
Student watching classroom pet gerbil as it eats food from a green bowl habitat

Little Pets in the Classroom

Caring for little pets teaches children about animal behavior and how to be a responsible pet owner.

Birds View All

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Bird Behavior Basics

Most changes in bird behavior are associated with growth development, environment, or bonding with humans.
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A Bird’s Daily Diet

Because of their high metabolism, birds are sensitive to nutritional deficiencies.
If eaten by a pet bird, chocolate can induce vomiting and diarrhea health & nutrition

Foods Birds Should Avoid

There are some foods that should be enjoyed in moderation and others your bird should avoid altogether.

Reptiles View All

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Acclimating Your Pet Reptile to its New Habitat

Bringing a reptile home can be stressful for both you and your pet. It’s important to know the proper way to introduce your reptile to its new reptile habitat.
Sticking its tongue out, a yellow horned pet reptile tastes a dandelion health & nutrition

A Reptile’s Daily Diet

Inexpensive, readily available "people" foods are good for some but not all.
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Geckos as Pets

Geckos are a wonderfully interesting pet and come in all sizes and colors.

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Including Your Pet in Emergency and Disaster Plans

When making plans in case of an emergency or disaster, don’t forget your furry family members.
Fish

Habitat Needs & Maintenance for Outdoor Koi and Pondfish

Although koi fish may appear to be large goldfish, the two are actually distant cousins, with koi being more closely related to carp.
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Bringing Fish into the Classroom

When choosing a pet for the classroom, many teachers will choose fish.