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The word "animal" comes from the Latin word animale, neuter of animalis, and is derived from anima, meaning vital breath or soul. In everyday colloquial usage, the word usually refers to non-human animals. The biological definition of the word refers to all members of the Kingdom Animalia. Therefore, when the word "animal" is used in a biological context, humans are included.
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The Best Products for Proper Pet Care

Posted by WishbonE at 9:39 PM

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

We've scouted the web to see the top selling items on pet care today. This include products on pet grooming, health, training and safety. These are 4 important aspects that every owner must look at to ensure proper pet care. See the most recommended pet supplies to ensure meeting these pet car.
Pet Grooming
The Dirty Dog portable dog bath features a collapsible frame that fastens for storage. Read more on dog bath tubs...

Pet Health
This orthopedic pet bed is great for all dogs, but a must for older dogs. See more info on heated dog beds here..
Pet Training
-->A well-behaved and obedient dog is the result of using a Petsafe dog training collar backed by proper training techniques.  View more collars from Petsafe .

Pet Safety
Having a reliable dog containment is the easiest way to keep pets secured. The wireless Petsafe dog fence is one of the most sought after containment today. See more of Petsafe dog fences...

A Pet Gift Is Not Always the Way to a Woman's Heart

Posted by WishbonE at 5:17 PM

Sunday, February 14, 2010

In lieu with Valentines Day, NY Daily published a story entitled "Cupid human trick: Furry pet is no sure bet as a Valentine's Day gift".

According to research and interviews done, most men would consider pets as gifts to their loved ones not only on V-day but also on other gift-giving celebration days. However, pets are not always the best gift. Most pets ending up in animal shelters are those unwanted by unready first time owners. The Humane Society of New York gets a lot of animals from those saying they are not ready, they just can't take the responsibility or simply, they do not just want any pets. 

Some people who get pet gifts live in no-pets allowed apartment, some have allergies caused by furry animals, and some just can't afford the extra expenditures on pet food, containment, accessories, etc. This is a bad fate for pets that end up as gifts. Instead of having a comfortable home with a loving and caring pet owner that provides them petsafe products and look after their welfare, they end up in shelters on in Craiglist or ebay for sale.

Guys or girls should think first of what will happen to the pet if given as a gift. If you think they can be taken care of, then it's ok, but if you think your partner is not ready or responsible enough to parent the poor animal, then just get something else.

Mike Rubin, the store manager at Puppy Paradise in Marine Park, Brooklyn gives people something to think about: "It's not something you can return or give back to the person after a breakup,"  "It's almost like an engagement ring."


CAT-ching Forty Winks and Cat Naps

Posted by WishbonE at 4:32 PM

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Read this nice and informative article from Petsafe Articles at America Outdoor. Hope the editors won't mind if I also used their title for this blog. They have reposting policies so I also included their links.

The CATchy title immediately grabbed my attention because it's very clever and creative. The article is about sleeping cats and pet beds. Cats sleep for about 13-16 hours per day. Almost 1/4 of their lives are spent on dreamland. The article offers not only useful information but also helpful suggestions on how pet owners can give their cats a good sleep in a warm and comfy resting area. It also contains some of the most sought pet beds today that any cat will surely love.

Check the article here:

Pet Beds for Cats

Respect Animals

Posted by WishbonE at 8:09 PM

Friday, February 5, 2010

Animals have feelings..
Animals are NOT property!
Animals feel love.
Animals feel abandonment.
Animals feel hunger.
Animals feel pain.
Animals mourn.
Animals feel fear!
Respect all animals.
Animals are God's gifts to us!
Be Kind to Animals! - Jude

"The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated." ~ Mahatma Gandhi

Stop Unwanted Barking

Posted by WishbonE at 6:36 PM

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

It's hard to differentiate the usual dog bark to what we call chronic bark. Although the latter is more frequent, still one can not immediately declare a dog is a chronic barker. Dog owners regard this to be a major problem. Find out why most of them are now turning to products like Petsafe bark collar to deter unwanted barking. Find the article here.

Pet Clothings and Accessories

Posted by WishbonE at 8:02 PM

Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Pet lovers take so much joy in dressing up, accessorizing, and flaunting their most loved furry friends. Colorful clothes, stylish collars and leashes, elegant dog bags and even pet strollers are bought by pet owners just to keep their pets in fashion. AmericaOutdoor, a great resource for Petsafe products and 1000's of fabulous pet accessories posted an article on pet fashion.

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