We are under construction and moving – again!

Greetings! I used to host this PetLvr blog (along with a bunch of other "LVR" sites) with HOSTGATOR but moved last November 2016 to a Canadian Host Provider SKGOLD HOSTING. I have received the … [Read more...]

The PetLvr Blog For Pet Lovers Song (our new jingle)

Here is our new jingle, courtesy of LoveJingles.com ... Our NEW Love Jingle - April 2, 2010 As seen Originally on the Love Jingle Blog * Brand/name: PetLvr Blog * Info: PetLvr … [Read more...]

The Pet Care Shop @ HART Market – Restored

For those who may have noticed ... our "Pet Care Supply" store has been offline for about a week now. It's been a busy week for me personally because on March 1, 2009 I consolidated all of my … [Read more...]

10 of the Weirdest Looking dogs

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Canada's Top Dogs Compete on TSN This Weekend

Newswire Announcement TORONTO, Feb. 8 /CNW/ Grace, form, hard work, showmanship typically describe Canada's top athletes. This weekend, those words will describe a special group of top dogs … [Read more...]

Common Signs That Your Guinea Pig Might Be Ill

Because guinea pigs are common prey for many larger species, they have evolved to hide pain and weakness. Making noise, limping and other signs of distress alert predators to a location. They tell the … [Read more...]

February Is Pet Carnival Month – For Homemade Pet Treats

Katy Heck, from Amity Animal Home Buddies, has started a new blog ... and asked me to pass this along to you. Her new blog is called ... Pet Carnival I am going to be doing a Pet Carnival, which … [Read more...]

2008 Superbowl XLII Super Bowl Commercial Bud Horse & Lager

Budweiser Horse in Training FOUND AT: BlogCatalog … [Read more...]

Specialized Dog Training Needed For Service Dogs

And you thought normal dog training was difficult. Sit, stay, down, come, heel... all require weeks or more of dedicated trainer and dog effort to master. Now, consider the months or years needed to … [Read more...]

Grooming Tips for Pet Rabbits

Grooming your pet rabbit isn't primarily to keep it looking good. Good grooming promotes good health. Rabbits groom themselves frequently and can accumulate hairballs that may cause intestinal … [Read more...]

iBlog Competition – February 2008

If you like this site .. please vote for PetLvr :D http://iblogcup.com/blogCup5/main.php International Blog Cup (IBC) is a variation of sports tournament for Bloggers. It is based on knock-out … [Read more...]

Get Your Horse Moving

You've managed to make it up on top of your horse and boy, is it a long way down! Now, how do you get him to move? After all, you don't want to make an animal this big mad when you are on his back. … [Read more...]

Socialization of German Shepherds

Socialization involves getting your dog familiar and comfortable with other dogs, pets and people in their environment. As natural pack animals it's often easy to do, and sometimes even harder to keep … [Read more...]

Reading Your Bird's Body Language

Understanding what your pets are telling you can be a real challenge, even if they can talk. Luckily your bird's body language speaks just as loudly to allow you to understand exactly how he is … [Read more...]

Rabies Exposure Investigation – in Toronto

According to Toronto Public Health Puppies sold at a Toronto flea market may have been exposed to rabies. Toronto Public Health is asking anyone who touched or purchased puppies at Dr. Flea's Flea … [Read more...]

Training Show Dogs

Over 130 different breeds compete in major dog shows, such as the Westminster in the US or Crufts in the UK. But there's a good deal more to developing a show dog than simply acquiring a dog of one of … [Read more...]

Nail Care Tips For Your Pet Rabbit

Trimming your rabbit's nails can be a trial. Rabbits are akin to small dogs in that they tend to be fairly high strung. As prey for so many larger species, they evolved to be on a constant look out … [Read more...]

Pet Ferret Tricks and other Ferret Videos

I was looking for some pet trick videos, and ferrets do pet tricks too.. you know! Really! Watch :D Ferret Tricks * Training ferret to rollover, jump... Ferret does THREE different tricks * … [Read more...]

Specialized Training: Working and Assistance Dogs

Once upon a time, seeing-eye (guide) dogs were almost the only type of assistance dog around. Over the last few decades, the field has widened considerably. Today, dogs help the hearing impaired, the … [Read more...]

Top Dogs of 2007

Krista Mifflin from Your Guide To Dogs has recapped the list of the top ten registered dog breeds in the United States during 2007, as tallied by the American Kennel Club .. At the start of every … [Read more...]

Tacking Up and Mounting Up Your Horse

So, it's time for your very first horseback ride and you just can't wait to jump on that horse's back so you can gallop off into the sunset. However, before you ride off on your horse, you will need … [Read more...]

Pure Bred German Shepherds vs Mixed Breeds

Within dog lover circles there is an ongoing controversy about whether it's better to acquire a pure bred German Shepherd or one of mixed ancestry. The issue may never be settled to everyone's … [Read more...]

Entre.. what?

EntreCard ... I dunno .. Do you? It's in my sidebar. I'll try to figure it out eventually .. meanwhile .. I suppose the next step is to approve things - until I know better! … [Read more...]

Maxxie Is Out And In Good Spirits

We took Maxxie out of his 14 day isolation stay in his Kennel last Thursday evening around supper time. If you weren't aware, he suddenly was unable to stand on his hind two feet and was diagnosed … [Read more...]

The Best Training Diet For Your Dog

Nothing is more essential to good training than good health. And the foundation of good health is a good diet. Depending on your budget you may or may not be able to feed your dog a larger proportion … [Read more...]

Selecting a Cage for Your Bird

A cage is one of the most important pieces of equipment you will need to buy for your new bird. The proper cage can help your bird stay healthy and safe. However, there are so many different types of … [Read more...]

Freshwater Tank or Saltwater Tank?

If you are purchasing your first aquarium, you may want to consider a freshwater tank. There are several reasons you should maintain a freshwater tank before moving on to a saltwater tank. Although a … [Read more...]

Call For Prizes – Do You Want Some Extra Publicity?

January 18th will mark the second anniversary of the creation and inception of our "Battling The Monster" series of Health blogs, operating under the BattlingForHealth.com umbrella. We have 12 active … [Read more...]

Training Non-neutered Dogs

Not every dog gets spayed (removal of female reproductive organs) or neutered (removal of male organs). Whether through an intention to breed or other motive, many individuals leave their companions … [Read more...]

Identifying Sick Birds

When you're sick everyone knows it just by glancing at you. Your red, runny nose, feverish eyes and downright listless attitude are surefire clues that you are ill. It should be just as easy to … [Read more...]

What Makes A Good Ferret Cage?

Keeping your ferret properly caged and supplied with toys isn't just for its (or your) amusement. Though that's not a bad reason! The proper cage and accessories will help keep it safe, healthy and … [Read more...]

How Can You Resist A Soft And Cute Bunny Rabbit?

Domestic rabbits make for great pets. That they're soft and cute, everyone concedes. Not cuddly, though, despite their looks. Rabbits don't typically like being held. They also engage in a wide … [Read more...]

Competing in Events With Your Horse

While there is certainly nothing wrong with riding your horse just for fun and relaxation, competing in events can be an enjoyable and rewarding experience. Competing brings you and your horse closer … [Read more...]

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