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1). Is An Australian Cattle Dog Puppy The Right Choice For Me And My Family?  By : Mitch Endick
The Australian Cattle Dog is a poor choice for young children and apartment living. She is a very dominant dog who needs hours of physical exercise a day and loves to chew. She can become very destructive if she gets bored.

2). Is An American Foxhound Puppy The Right Choice For Me And My Family?  By : Mitch Endick
The American Foxhound is loving, sweet and kind. They can be good with children and other dogs but they are hunters so do not trust them with other pets. They do not do well in apartments but can make a good family pet, they can adapt if started at an early age.

3). Is An Australian Shepherd Puppy The Right Choice For Me And My Family?  By : Mitch Endick
The Australian Shepherd is a working sheep and farm dog that might do quite poorly in an apartment. They are vigorous dogs with high intelligence that were bred to think and work.

4). Is An American Eskimo Dog Puppy The Right Choice For Me And My Family?  By : Mitch Endick
The American Eskimo Dog is loving, alert, beautiful, agile, highly intelligent, friendly, social, curious and strong. She makes an excellent protective watch dog but is not threatening or aggressive. It has a white or cream straight outer coat, with dense undercoat.

5). Is An American Staffordshire Terrier Puppy The Right Choice For Me And My Family?  By : Mitch Endick
The American Staffordshire Terrier has great stocky muscular strength, full of courage, agile and keenly aware of her surroundings. Her general appearance will help deter strangers. She must be trained and socialized with people and pets early as because she has a dominant personality.

6). Is An American Water Spaniel Puppy The Right Choice For Me And My Family?  By : Mitch Endick
The American Water Spaniel is small in size and can be raised in an apartment as long as he has the opportunity for plenty of exercise. Better quarters for this dog would include a properly fenced in exercise area. This is a hunting dog but she will adapt to apartment or home life.

7). Is An Anatolian Shepherd Dog Puppy The Right Choice For Me And My Family?  By : Mitch Endick
The Anatolian Shepherd Dog was developed as a large dog to guard livestock. She is powerful, and rugged with a sturdy body and thick neck. She is really not suited to an apartment due to her size and exercise requirements. She at least needs a properly fenced yard for exercise, better yet some acreage or a farm.

8). An American Almost Not Seen- Rare Snake Info  By : Joaquin Reveron
Important information about a rarely seen reptile

9). Can Having Multiple House Pets Increase Or Decrease The Chance Of Child Allergy Risk?  By : Mitch Endick
Having multiple house pets actually seems to decrease the allergy risk of children, as long as the children have been exposed from infancy on. Recent studies have shown that children raised in a home with two or more cats and/or dogs in the first year of life are less likely to develop allergic diseases than are children raised without these pets.

10). The ABCs of Taking Photos of Your Cats  By : John Darby
This article goes beyond the ordinary how-to written material regarding things that one must know in order to capture that perfect moment with cats. The simple instructions in this article will allow any pet owner to spend most of their time taking pictures rather than preparing things prior to the picture taking.

11). Is An Airedale Terrier Puppy The Right Choice For Me And My Family?  By : Mitch Endick
The Airedale Terrier is a people oriented dog with patience for children. He is affectionate and will protect his adopted family. Early socialization with children is important. They are large, strong dogs and they may play a bit rough.

12). Is An Afghan Hound Puppy The Right Choice For Me And My family?  By : Mitch Endick
The Afghan hound can be an great choice for you and your family, as long as you do not have very young children. Even older children need to learn to respect the hound and leave it alone when it has had enough. You need to have a place where this dog can run or gallop full out for as long as a half hour a day.

13). Is An Alaskan Malamute Puppy The Right Choice For Me And My Family?  By : Mitch Endick
The Alaskan Malamute might be a very poor choice for an apartment. They are large, intelligent dogs that need room to exercise and they can shed profusely. She is an Artic sled dog, bred for power, big muscles, deep chest and vigor.

14). The Exciting Thing About The Catfish  By : Allen Jesson
A study about Catfish, a diverse group of fish found primarily in freshwater and named for their prominent barbels, which give the image of cat-like whiskers.

15). The Exciting Thing About The Comet Goldfish  By : Allen Jesson
Comet golfish - How to keep, feed and care for them..

16). The Exciting Thing About The Tinfoil Barb  By : Allen Jesson
Many different fishes from the Cyprinid family are referred to as barbs...

17). Aquatic Plants: Java Moss  By : Allen Jesson
Java moss is a very popular aquarium plant since it will adapt to most conditions and require a minimal amount of maintenance.

18). A Short Introduction To The Cycling Process And Different Cycling Methods  By : Allen Jesson
An introduction into the importance of the often neglected cycling process and different cycling methods

19). Filtration, Part One - An Introduction  By : Allen Jesson
Filtration part 1 - An Introduction to the best methods and equipment available

20). Can My Houseplants Or Landscaping Poison My Puppy Or Kitten?  By : Mitch Endick
The answer to this question is an emphatic yes, many plants can sicken or even kill your pets. I sincerely feel that stores and nurseries that sell plants should abide by some kind of national label system to identify potentially poisonous plants.

21). Garter Snakes- Educational Info  By : Joaquin Reveron
Vital snake information about garter snakes

22). Fleas: How To Rid Your Pet Of Them  By : Matthew Homfray
Flea infestations are both alarming to pet owners and sometimes difficult to wipe out. This article explains how to make both your pet and your house flea free as quickly as possible.

23). Is An Affenpinscher Puppy The Right Choice For Me And My Family?  By : Mitch Endick
The Affenpinscher is considered a toy breed by the AKC. It is a wiry-haired dog that looks somewhat like a terrier but is not. It is a curious, active, confident, fun loving, lively and affectionate dog.

24). Fish Tank Lighting Is Essential For The Survival Of Your Fish  By : Darren Lintern
Having the proper fish tank lighting is essential for maintaining the delicate artificial ecosystem needed in the aquarium.

25). Could your Dog be Suffering from Canine Acne?  By : Matthew Homfray
Does your dog suffer from facial skin problems? Were you aware that it could be canine acne? Read below to find out more about this condition.

26). Canine Hot Spots (Moist Dermatitis/Eczema)  By : Matthew Homfray
Also known as Acute Moist Dermatitis or Moist Eczema, Hot Spots can seemingly appear spontaneously anywhere on a dogs body and the area involved can rapidly spread. Read on to find out more about this common skin problem.

27). Bloat & Torsion in Large Breed Dogs  By : Pj Germain
Gastric torsion & bloat is seen most often in large breeds including the Great Dane and Bloodhound, as well as some of the intermediate size breeds. It is a very serious situation and can be fatal! Please be aware and take precautions.

28). All The Secrets Of The Amazing Green Parrot!  By : Dane Stanton
There are many different species of parrots, but none so popular as the breeds of the green parrot. There are of course many different subspecies of the green parrot, including...

29). Fireworks Are No Fun For Pets  By : Debbie Boffa
Fireworks are very popular nowadays. They are no longer confined to special occasions like Bonfire Night in the UK and Independence Day in the US, and on every occasion, most animals are terrified of the noises. Follow a few easy tips and make it more bearable for animals too.

30). Can My Pet Bird Make Me Or My Kids Sick?  By : Mitch Endick
Yes, your pet bird can potentially get you or your child sick. Infectious diseases that can be transmitted between humans and animals are called zoonotic. Unfortunately, birds can carry at lease five different serious illnesses.

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