When a pet has run away or gotten lost, your first thought is probably to head to the local printer with an 8.5x11 sheet of paper that you've turned into a "Lost Pet" flyer. Unfortunately, these single-sheet printed flyers are often hard to see or get dismissed. If you want your missing pet flyer to catch attention, there are a few things that you can do. Here's a look at what you need to know to create posters that stand out amidst the crowd.
If you have recently had the unfortunate experience of sharing your property with one or more skunks, you already know that getting rid of them can be challenging. Therefore, it is a good idea to learn some easy ways to prevent those beautiful and often smelly animals from returning to the area. The following information will help you to make sure that skunks will bypass your property for the foreseeable future.
It's not common for dogs to get nosebleeds, but they do happen from time to time. If your dog is particularly rambunctious, you can expect at least one nosebleed in it's life, especially if it runs into things while it's playing. In most cases, nosebleeds can be cleared up in a matter of minutes. Here are some simple steps you should take if your dog gets a nosebleed. Keep It Calm
Ticks are a problem for many pets during the warmer times of year. If your dog spends time outdoors, it's important to check his or her body regularly for presence of ticks. The following FAQ will help you learn to check your dog's body and recognize the symptoms of Lyme disease. How can you tell if your dog has ticks? Have your pet stand in front of you. Starting from the head, comb your fingers through your pet's fur, or use a comb to thoroughly rake through your pet's coat.
Dog owners know their dogs love and need them. Dogs do not pretend to be independent. On the other hand, even the most devoted cat owner may wonder if their cat has any true affection for them. After all, they like to be mysterious and sometimes appear totally indifferent, even when you board them. How can you tell if your cat really cares? Separation Anxiety An English study suggests that your cat doesn't give a fig if you leave them with someone else.