Archives for May 2007

Happy 2nd Birthday – PetLvr.com – [The Blog]

PetLvr.com - [The Blog] Is 2-Years Old Today! Here are some songs that you can play while you are reading this post ... There's something for everybody! * The Arrogant Worms - The Happy Birthday … [Read more...]

You CAN Have Your Cats and Your Furniture Too

By Kathie Freeman No one wants to invest hundreds or even thousands of dollars in furnishings only to see them ripped to shreds by an overzealous pet, however beloved. To many people the obvious … [Read more...]

Dog Dominance Behavior: Do You Know These Dog Management Tips?

By Rena Murray Does your dog engage in seemingly sweet, subtle, manipulative behavior such as nudging you for affection, forcing a ball in your lap, mouthing your hand, or pawing you when you sit on … [Read more...]

Your Dog Enjoys Jumping Fences – How To Stop This Happening?

By Keith Burke For some owners who live in a suburban area they find that they have a beautiful dog who likes to go wandering and they escape from the yard by jumping the fence. Unfortunately unless … [Read more...]

It's PapillonLvr Time!

I just took Maxxie and Sophie out back for a quick romp along the creek .. (they're our two Papillon dogs) .. and thought to myself .. "Geez .. they look so cute running around like that! I wish I … [Read more...]

Cats and Carbs: Do They Go Together?

By Shawn Messonnier Unlike people and dogs, cats are true carnivores. They do not have a specific requirement for carbohydrates in their diets. They must, however, have large amounts of animal … [Read more...]

WHS Ad – May 30, 2007 – Please Adopt Me!

Golden Girl, 140089 “Goldie” is a very sweet, gentle ~13 year old Labrador Retriever who was found stray near the river in Fort Richmond at the end of April- she was wet & smelly & … [Read more...]

Keeping A Canary

By Eric Hartwell It is said while creating the canary, God had taken the same utmost care as he did when creating the earth so as to make it one of its finest creations. The brightest semblance that a … [Read more...]

Keeping A Canary

By Eric Hartwell It is said while creating the canary, God had taken the same utmost care as he did when creating the earth so as to make it one of its finest creations. The brightest semblance that a … [Read more...]

Which Birds Make Good Pets?

By Michael Russell Birds make great pets, but it requires making a good decision before you take on your new companion. A little knowledge before you make your choice can save you lots of headaches … [Read more...]

Create a Backyard Habitat for Wild Birds with a Bird Feeder

By Chris Robertson With a little imagination and very little effort, you can transform your backyard into a natural habitat for birds. Whether you're an avid birdwatcher, or simply want to invite … [Read more...]

The Epsom Derby – 2007

It's always nice to pass along current events that are happening around the world in the PETLVR Kingdom .. (and feel free to ADD YOUR OWN PET RELATED EVENT to our Calendar) .. I am passing along a … [Read more...]

How A Pet Door Can Improve Your Life

By Allen Jesson Owning a pet is a huge commitment, especially if you work full or part time and have to dash home when you can to allow your pet to go outside. At some point you would have been … [Read more...]

Birds – The Golden Eagle

By Michael Russell The golden eagle is one of the largest birds of prey; the bald eagle and the California Condor are the only ones that are larger. This bird lives in the western Northern Hemisphere … [Read more...]

Birds – The Golden Eagle

By Michael Russell The golden eagle is one of the largest birds of prey; the bald eagle and the California Condor are the only ones that are larger. This bird lives in the western Northern Hemisphere … [Read more...]

Birds – The Golden Eagle

By Michael Russell The golden eagle is one of the largest birds of prey; the bald eagle and the California Condor are the only ones that are larger. This bird lives in the western Northern Hemisphere … [Read more...]

Is Your Goldfish Constipated

By Lee Dobbins I recently read a story online about a goldfish that died at the ripe old age of 43. I marveled at the story because my goldfish only seem to last a couple of months. What caused this … [Read more...]

All the Secrets of Ferrets Revealed

By: Dane Stanton Ferrets are fury little mammals that are like a stretched out version of a cross between a rabbit and a rat. They are highly playful and curious domesticated animals that provide … [Read more...]

All The Secrets Of Guinea Pigs

By: Dane Stanton Guinea pigs originated from the Andean region of South America, presently known as Ecuador, Bolivia, and Peru. They were a food source for mountain tribes around the year 2000BC. … [Read more...]

How to Feed Hummingbirds by Hand

By Simone Skorcik This is the technique I used to get our backyard hummingbirds to eat from my hand. 1. Make a hand feeder by removing the top part of a small hummingbird feeder & use only the … [Read more...]

Top 5 Characteristics of Successful Dog Training Techniques

By: Brian Dolezal When it comes to dog training, there are several factors that will affect whether or not your approach is successful. In addition to being comfortable with the environment and the … [Read more...]

How to Feed Hummingbirds by Hand

By Simone Skorcik This is the technique I used to get our backyard hummingbirds to eat from my hand. 1. Make a hand feeder by removing the top part of a small hummingbird feeder & use only the … [Read more...]

Miniature Horses, Ponies – What’s The Difference?

By Candice Sabrina When most of us start out learning about horses, we are told that a horse is a member of Equus ” caballus that is over 14 hands high (a hand, we quickly learned, is 10 cm). A … [Read more...]

Miniature Horses, Ponies – What’s The Difference?

By Candice Sabrina When most of us start out learning about horses, we are told that a horse is a member of Equus ” caballus that is over 14 hands high (a hand, we quickly learned, is 10 cm). A … [Read more...]

To Declaw or Not To Declaw – Is There Really A Question?

By: Christopher Byrnes Cats are born with claws, the same way that humans are born with fingernails and toe nails. Cats need claws in order to mark or scratch a specific place or territory that they … [Read more...]

Common Cat Behavior – What Is Your Cat Trying To Tell You?

By Julia Camden Just like you get to know when a baby is tired, hungry, or needs their diaper changed, cats give off signals and display common behaviors that lets you know where they are coming … [Read more...]

Create Your Own Bird House

By Keith Londrie It’s great to hear the birds chirping in the morning making it sweeter and brighter but how can you get them near you? Yes, create your own bird house and lure them in there so … [Read more...]

Fish Tank Supplies That Are Necessary To Keep Your Aquarium Running

By Darren Lintern If you are just starting out with your first aquarium you may want to know what the essential fish tank supplies are are. This will include such necessities as water filters, air … [Read more...]

About The Pixie Bob Cat Breeds

By Mike Selvon Choosing between cat breeds can be like trying to decide which snowflake is prettier. Each new kitten is cuter than the next. There are so many varieties to choose from, each with its … [Read more...]

Do Animals Have Emotions?

By Audrey Frederick Do animals have or feel emotion, I cannot tell you the number of times I have been asked that question. My answer without even looking for any specific emotional studies on … [Read more...]

Understand The Low Appetite Of Your Pet Turtle

By David Rumsey Most of the tortoises are aquatic reptiles, which need to be in the water while feeding, in order to be able to swallow. In most of the cases, even if you put their food on land, they … [Read more...]

Guinea Pigs Training Guide – The Basics

By Florian Ross Many people would be quick to call a guinea pig just another "dumb animal" but that's actually not true. Of course, when compared to a human or a dog, guinea pigs aren't going to … [Read more...]

WHS Ad – May 22, 2007 – Please Adopt Me!

Copper, 130480 Copper is a friendly, active and high energy 1.5 year-old Chesapeake Bay Retriever mix. Copper came in from Cross Lake, MB. in October with an old fracture to his right femur- he … [Read more...]

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