Can Dogs Have Mealworms? (Don’t Get ‘Bugged’ Out By It)

If you ask someone who keeps reptiles or fishes as pets about mealworms, it will be a rather common food source for these pets. Eating mealworms might not be the most appealing option for humans but they provide good nutritional value to some pets. But can our dogs eat mealworms without any problems? Most dogs … Read more

Cat Hair Loss At Base Of Tail (7 Possible Reasons)

  Many pet owners would agree that cats are very particular when it comes to looking good. They spend many hours a day grooming themselves making sure every strand of hair is in place. In fact, cats can spend up to 5 hours a day grooming themselves. But what if you noticed that your cat … Read more

Bulldogs Are Ugly? (Beauty Is In The Eye Of The Beholder)

There are close to 360 recognized dog breeds in the world and they all come in different shapes, sizes and appearances. Truth be told, there are some dog breeds that look more memorable than others. Mention the bulldog and the first thing that comes to mind is a dog with a flat face and droopy … Read more

Can Cats Eat Salt And Vinegar Chips?

I love chips. There is something comforting about biting and hearing that crispy sound. Like music to my ears. And I’m proud to say that I’ve tried almost all the available flavors that are available at my supermarket. However, there is just one flavor that I just don’t get. Salt and vinegar chips. I can … Read more

Do Cats Eat Ducks? (Quack VS Meow)

I love watching cat videos and one of my all-time favorite videos is a compilation of cats getting along with other pets in the same household. It is amazing to see cats cuddling in bed with chickens, ducks, parrots and even horses! Pretty amazing how different animal species can get along. The question of the … Read more

Do Cats Catch Moles?

Just so that we are all on the same page, today’s article isn’t about spies. Or our cats being able to cat an undercover spy to be exact. The mole in question today will be that rodent-like creature that lives in our garden or underground to be exact. Some gardeners welcome moles as they help … Read more

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