Selecting Better Pets
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Selecting Better Pets

After we started thinking more seriously about expanding our family, my husband brought up the idea of getting a pet or two. While I was completely against the concept at first, I realized that it might be helpful for our children to warm up to the idea before having another sibling. We got a dog and our kids were tasked with the job of feeding it every day and doing other tasks, and it was amazing to see how much the animal helped our family to grow. Pets can be a wonderful addition to a home, which is why I made this blog. Check out these fun pet posts.

Selecting Better Pets

  • Discovering The Wonders Of The Aussiedoodle Puppies

    16 October 2023

    The Aussiedoodle, also known as the Aussiepoo, is a breed that combines the intelligence and energy of the Australian Shepherd with the affectionate temperament of the Poodle. This popular hybrid breed has been gaining attention from dog lovers all over the world due to its irresistible charm and amazing personality. Dive into the wonders of the Aussiedoodle puppies and learn why they're becoming increasingly popular among dog enthusiasts. 1. Aussiedoodle Puppies Are Smart

  • Dog Boarding: A Guide To Ensuring A Happy Stay For Your Canine Companion

    26 June 2023

    Leaving your furry friend behind while you are away can be a stressful experience for both you and your dog. However, with the right planning and preparation, dog boarding can be a positive and enriching experience for your canine companion. Below are some essential tips and guidelines to ensure a happy and comfortable stay for your dog while you are away. Research and Choose the Right Boarding Facility Before selecting a boarding facility, do thorough research to find one that meets your dog's specific needs.

  • Understanding Different Types Of Worm Infestations In Dogs

    20 March 2023

    Not all worm infestations are the same. Different types of worm infestations in dogs require different medical approaches and treatment plans. Being able to identify what type of worm is infecting your dog is key so your veterinarian can recommend the appropriate treatment.  Roundworms Roundworms live in your dog's intestines and are a parasite. Often dogs show no symptoms of worm infection. However, an infestation of roundworms leads to diarrhea, lethargy, bloating, and vomiting.