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Bird Bowls and Feeders

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Here are some helpful facts about food containers for birds to help you decide the best type for Polly.

Food Containers
The size of your bird is the biggest determining factor when choosing a food container. Large birds will require feeding containers that are durable and tamper-proof. Bowls can be placed in the bottom of the cage as long as they & Read more �

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Choosing a Home for Your Feathered Friend

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No accessory for your bird is as important as its cage. After all, it's your bird's home and the place where she will spend most of her time. You'll want to take special care in making the cage as comfortable as possible. Here's how!

Cage Size
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Bird Cage Necessities

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Perches
Several perches provide the most entertainment, but don't clutter the cage. There should be at least two, but not too many to that it's difficult for the bird to move around or fully stretch out its wings.

Perches
Several perches provide the most entertainment, but don't clutter the cage. There should be at least two, but not too many & Read more �

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Alternative Litter

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There are many varieties of cat litters on the market, from the widely available and popular clay-based types to more recently introduced "alternative" varieties made from materials like paper, wheat, or corn. The latter varieties are increasingly of interest to pet owners for their biodegradable properties and in response to contended health concerns related to clay-based litters. If you are & Read more �

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What's the Dish on Choosing a Pet Bowl?

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You certainly have a choice when it comes to food and water bowls for your dog. Here you will find information and tips on the most common bowl types used.

Stainless Steel Bowls
Stainless steel bowls are durable, longlasting and are great if your dog tends to nibble on her bowl! They are easy to clean and are the easiest to & Read more �

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Pooch Pool Safety

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Many dogs love the water, but not all dogs are naturally designed for water activities.  Whether your pooch is a swimmer or a watcher, these basic pool safety tips can keep your dog safe:

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Keeping Polly Safe

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Birds are incredibly intelligent and curious creatures. Add a toy to their cage and they'll not only amuse themselves for hours, but keep you entertained as well. Toys keep them happy and engaged which in turn keeps them healthy. Wooden toys can keep beaks trimmed and prevent your favorite dining room chairs from becoming the chew toy of choice. Some toys, however, contain & Read more �

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Exercise Tips for a Healthy Dog

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Just as with humans, the amount of exercise a dog needs depends on several factors such as age, personality, physical ability/build, and energy level.

Just as with humans, the amount of exercise a dog needs depends on several factors such as age, personality, physical ability/build, and energy level.

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Preventing Canine Bloat

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Canine bloat (gastric torsion):

A serious and sometimes fatal intestinal condition that may occur when dogs eat or drink too much too quickly. Symptoms include:

  • abdominal distension
  • excessive salivation
  • dry heaving
  • restlessness
  • increased heart rate

To prevent bloat, slow down your dog's eating and make sure he remains inactive immediately afterwards.

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Hot in the City? Protect your Pet's Feet!

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Dog’s feet and pads are tough, right? Most people are aware that foot pads can be injured by stepping on something sharp, but we may not always think about the risk of severe heat. Extremely hot pavement, sand, metal and tar-coated asphalt is hard to avoid in the heat of the summers and can seriously injure your pet.
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