The Nuthatch

The Nuthatch

by Blair Bryant March 28, 2014, in Birds

The nuthatch is a song bird favorite.

Starting an Online Pet-shop

Starting an Online Pet-shop

by Bobbytampa30 November 9, 2013, in Dogs

Ecommerce operations have established themselves as an extremely profitable industry and this also applies to pet-shops. If you plan on opening your very own, there are some tips you should consider.

Should I Feed Wild Raccoons or Avoid Them

Should I Feed Wild Raccoons or Avoid Them

by PJ Fox May 7, 2013, in Health

Here is a bit about raccoons to help you decide if it is worth feeding them every night.

Advices for The Cat Owners

Advices for The Cat Owners

by Delton Melbown June 21, 2012, in Cats

Advices for the cat owners.

Eight Simple Tips for Keeping Your Pet Birds Health

Eight Simple Tips for Keeping Your Pet Birds Health

by kirsten1955 February 19, 2012, in Pets

1. Wildlife need to eat a nutrionally audio diet plan to be able to stay a durability. Inappropriate providing can cause to lack of nutrition and condition leading to a smaller life. Start off by providing your chicken right from the starting.

2. Birds and birds of the bird family can eat a wide range of different types of meals. Seed products should not be a parrot’s only food. This is an error many new chicken entrepreneurs make. Seed products contain mostly fat and not enough aminoacids and very few natural vitamins.

3. Bird…

Starlings as Pets

Starlings as Pets

by Nightsleeper January 5, 2012, in Pets

Many people, especially farmers, think that starlings are pests and should be destroyed. My experience with starlings is that they are highly intelligent, make great pets and show affection to their owners. They can learn to talk quite well. Starlings in the wild eat lots of insects which is their main diet, so they are actually useful.

Low Maintenance Pets

Low Maintenance Pets

by Betty Crenshaw Payne November 7, 2011, in Pets

My back yard wild life.

First Year Doing Wildlife Rehabilitation

First Year Doing Wildlife Rehabilitation

by danielletruex October 26, 2011, in Small & Furry

Animals have always been my passion, but I never made the leap to become a licensed wildlife rehabilitator until this year.

Be Wary of Fireworks, Pools and  Boats

Be Wary of Fireworks, Pools and Boats

by Taters Mom June 11, 2011, in Dogs

Summer is upon us with sunny skies and warm temperatures and we, the humans and the dogs are lured outdoors day after day. We approach summer with a casual attitude and feel safe within our surroundings. While that is true for the most part, the safety of our dogs should be given top priority as we enter the season of fun and games. Within my few words, I will offer some simple measures to keep your dog safe despite the outdoor hazards of summer.