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Mini Crabs as Pets

by Keri K. on January 26, 2011

Mini crabs (like fiddler crabs or red claw crabs) are not simply neat additions to a freshwater aquarium, but specialized crustaceans that require a little different habitat and care to thrive and be intriguing pets.


Veterinarians can diagnose luxating patellas (dislocating kneecaps) before symptoms appear. Learn about patellar luxation, usually a congenital condition.

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Bird Toys for Small Pets

by Keri K. on December 8, 2010

Inquisitive little critters deserve more than an aquarium with nothing but wood shavings for a home. Bird toys are an option that help bring fun and function to your small rodent’s life.

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After this dog owner thought she had her dog’s allergies under control, something new developed. Read how allergies caused her dog’s paw problem.

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My Dog’s Seasonal Allergies

by Keri K. on November 29, 2010

Seasonal allergies can cause havoc for dogs. Learn what this dog owner did to help relieve her dog’s allergy symptoms.


Garbage Digging Dog

by Keri K. on September 30, 2010

Every dog is a garbage-digger by default. Here’s how I stopped the problem of trash all over my kitchen floor.


Ready for Some Football?

by Keri K. on September 24, 2010

Drs. Foster and Smith is located in northern Wisconsin — and that’s Packer country. Even our pets get involved!


New Ferret Nation Shelves!

by Keri K. on September 15, 2010

The very best in ferret cages just got a little better. Find out why I love this cage.


When picking out a ferret, always choose personality over looks. Many ferrets’ colors and patterns can change dramatically from season to season!

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Turtles: No Snapping Matter

by Keri K. on September 2, 2010

Snapping turtles have a rugged build, powerful jaws, and most noticeably, a nasty temper. Don’t let your dog approach one, even for a quick sniff!


Wildlife attacks on pets can happen right in their owners’ backyards, even in urban areas. Here are some precautions that can help keep your pet safe from wildlife.


Fat Cat Update

by Keri K. on August 23, 2010

No free choice food, smaller portions, fewer treats, more activity, and ignoring his initial complaining all worked together to make a cat healthier.

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A dog life jacket is especially useful for smaller or elderly dogs, or dogs who are wary of the water. Find out why this dog owner recommends a life jacket.