Friends With Fur: A Pet Blog

Friends With Fur: A Pet Blog

  • About The White English Golden Retriever

    If you are looking for a dog, one breed you might want to consider is a white English golden retriever. If you haven't heard of this breed, then you will find the information here to be quite helpful with regard to learning why this breed might be a great match for you and your family. Here are some questions you should ask yourself that can help you determine if this is in fact a good breed for you to check into further.

  • Core Vaccines And Noncore Vaccines: Which Boosters Are Essential For Your Dog?

    Both old and new dog owners can find themselves confused as to which vaccines their dogs need and when. This is an especially challenging consideration for those who want to limit the number of boosters their dog receives. A lot of dog vaccines exist, but there are some that many vets consider crucial and some others that aren't always so necessary. Start With the State and Local Laws on Vaccines for Dogs

  • Sick Of A Corporate Job After 30? Consider A Veterinarian Internship

    Making good money in a corporate situation is the dream of many people. However, some may find that it doesn't fulfill their emotional needs or they end up needing a change well into their 30s. Thankfully, it isn't impossible to change careers at this point. Many people give up their corporate position and try new opportunities. For example, high-quality veterinary internships can give people a great chance to change their life for the better and to help others around them.

  • 5 Reasons To Buy A German Shepherd Puppy

    If you're looking to introduce a pet to your family home, you may be exploring your options. There are many puppy and dog choices out there! It's important to know that dogs have different personalities and traits, just like humans. If you're wanting to get a great family dog, a German Shepherd can be an excellent option. Here are some reasons you should buy a German Shepherd puppy.  They're Calm and Caring

  • The Three Things Your Cat Needs Every Year

    Many people fail to bring their cats to the vet on an annual basis, thinking that if the cat doesn't seem to have any problems, there's no reason to go. Unfortunately, this is rarely the reality. Cats, like people, should be seen by their (pet) doctors on a regular basis in order to ensure their health and safety. Here are three of the most important things that your cat could be missing out on in their annual care.

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Friends With Fur: A Pet Blog

Nothing is quite like the bond you develop with a pet. You and your dog know each other to the core. You and your cat have your own way of communicating, even though you do not speak their language. These pets are, in a very real sense, your friends — but they are friends you have the responsibility of caring for completely. Determining what the best care for your pet really is can be a challenge. That's why we created this blog. The articles collected here will help you become a better owner and a better friend to your furry companion, whether they're a cat, dog, rabbit, or other species entirely.

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