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Pet owners don’t just take their dogs and
cats to the veterinarians when they are sick. Often, healthy pets can
serve as the best aid for other pets who are sick or injured.

Owls are awesome. Sometimes we hear their calls at night indicating their whereabouts to their mates, but we seldom actually see
our neighborhood owls, because they are active at night, when we humans
don't see too well.  They say owls can't see during the daytime, but
that's not true.  They see fine in daylight, they just see incredibly well at night.  Here are some more facts about owls, some of which you may not have known....

 

Okay... let's just start off with the phrase "Eagle Tummy Rubs."  That doesn't really make sense.  Eagles are pretty much the alpha predators of the bird world.  So, watching this... well... I just want to give an eagle a tummy rub.

Cats are naturally inclined to climb and jump, and sometimes they jump on the countertops. Given that this is the place where we often prepare food and eat meals, it's not only inconvenient, it's unsanitary. Keep reading to learn some of the methods you can use to keep your cat off of the kitchen counter.

Are you taking proper care of your dog's or cat's teeth? According to veterinarian sources, 85 percent of all pets have periodontal disease by the time they are 3 years of age. Here's some key information you need in order to keep your cats and dog healthy.

Meet Radar the cow.  He is quite sleepy and needs a nap.  He also thinks that he is much smaller than he really is...

Ears should never be underrated whether among the human population or those of our beloved pets. Of the latter, the rabbit stands out as the creature with probably the longest ears. Follow these adorable imposters of Peter Cottontail along bogus bunny trails  of their own, and in between searching for Easter eggs, have a laugh or two.

Does your dog have the jaws of a teething shark and the ferocity of a hungry crocodile? So does Jessie, my co-reviewing golden retriever, so I’m always on the lookout for toys she can’t shred within one minute or less, so here’s a shopping guide for big and strong puppy owners: