Dealing With A Dog That Has Gas

Does your dog whine a lot and have gurgling sounds coming from his or her abdomen? The whining might stem from him or her being in an excessive amount of pain. The gurgling sounds possibly stem from your dog having gas, which can point to several underlying conditions being present. However, gas is something that is natural and common, so nothing serious might be wrong. Take a look at this article for some helpful information in regards to the condition that your dog is in so you will know how to resolve the problem.

Hidden Dangers To Eliminate From Your Home If You Leave Your Kitty Unattended

The old expression is "curiosity killed the cat," and even though a lot of homeowners take this expression as just a light way of saying cats can get themselves into trouble, the truth is, curiosity truly can seriously harm your cat. It is for good reason that many cat owners refuse to leave their cat home alone for long periods. However, even if you leave your kitty at home while you work or make short trips, there are a few things you should get rid of around the house to protect your pet.

3 Behavioral Benefits Of Spaying Your Female Dog

If you have a young female dog, you may be starting to research the benefits of having her spayed. Along with preventing unwanted puppies and eliminating the risk of cancer in the reproductive organs, there are also three behavioral benefits of spaying your female dog: Prevents Mood Swings During Heat Cycle At the peak of a female dog's heat cycle, their hormones affect their moods. Their behavior can become erratic, such as being loving one moment but aggressive the next because you petted her ear the wrong way.

2 Cat Quirks And What They Mean

Cats are wonderful, sneaky creatures. They are also quirky. Cats have a whole series of behaviors that make sense to them but which may confuse you. However, you can decipher some of those quirks and what they mean and maybe be a little less confused about your cat.  Cat Sleeping on Your Head If you have a cat, odds are that at some point in time, your cat has slept right on your head or next to your head.