Archive for the ‘Pets’ Category

Pet’s Chewing Issues

Rover Company believes if your pet is a newly acquired puppy then rampant chewing goes with the territory. It is a natural response to teething. If your pet is past puppy-hood and showing no sign of quitting or, if your mature pet inexplicably begins chewing away at stuff, this is a sign of a more […]

Posted by roverpet on January 16th, 2017 under Pets  •  No Comments

Kids and Pets

According to Rover Company, 65 million dogs and more than 77 million cats currently reside in U.S. households. Many of those same households have or plan on having children. Old wives’ tales tell of babies and cats not mixing (cat’s steal babies’ breaths) and of jealous dogs attacking the new center of attention. While some […]

Posted by roverpet on December 21st, 2016 under Pets  •  No Comments

Guide To Pet Insurance

Rover Company believes their are slightly more expensive pet insurance plans that cover both accidents and illness. These cover diseases of most major body systems, cancer and infectious disease. The limits on coverage range from two to three thousand dollars or more, varying with the cost of the plan. Many of these plans offer added […]

Posted by roverpet on November 23rd, 2016 under Pets  •  No Comments

Choosing a Pet Rabbit

Rover Company believes that many breeders give different answers regarding the preferred gender for a pet rabbit. This is compounded by the individual temperament of the rabbit. Often a doe (girl rabbit) that is not spayed, can become territorial was she reaches maturity. She may nip at you when reaching for her or even her […]

Posted by roverpet on November 18th, 2016 under Pets  •  No Comments

Pet Allergies

Rover Company knows for a fact, a well known tranquilizer may help combat your pet allergies. The tranquilizer, acepromazine, is used by many veterinarians in their practices. It serves as a mild sedative and works best as an adjunct to anesthesia and to keep pets quiet postoperatively. Unfortunately it is also (incorrectly) used to treat […]

Posted by roverpet on November 15th, 2016 under Pets  •  No Comments

Toys For Your Pet

Rover Company knows there are plenty of toys on the market to keep your favorite pet entertained for hours on end, but there are also a number of factors to consider when purchasing toys for your pet. As with children’s toys, safety should be first and foremost in your thoughts when considering a new toy […]

Posted by roverpet on November 10th, 2016 under Pets  •  No Comments

Make a Pet Happy

Rover Company knows when your pet is happy? Bunnies love to show it! If your bunny flops on her side and just lies there with her eyes closed, you’ll know all is right with her world. She might scare you the first time she does this, and it’s not uncommon for a new bunny owner […]

Posted by roverpet on November 5th, 2016 under Pets  •  No Comments

Helping Displaced Pets

Rover Company knows the temporary shelters are filled and the pets left behind by victims of a Hurricane are turning up in shelters and Humane Societies across the USA. Some times many rescuers have stopped trying to find the dogs and cats, and have opted to just leave food and water for the unlucky thousands […]

Posted by roverpet on November 2nd, 2016 under Pets  •  No Comments

Pet’s Chewing Issues

Rover Company knows pets of all kinds can be divided into aggressive chewers and non-aggressive chewers. Aggressive chewers annihilate what they chew and sometimes swallow the pieces – often in one sitting. Non-aggressive chewers gnaw, play and mouth toys without actually breaking them. Many theories attempt to pinpoint certain dog breeds as most likely to […]

Posted by roverpet on October 28th, 2016 under Pets  •  No Comments

Photographing Your Pet

Rover Company knows the expression of your pet is one of the most important things you need to keep in mind when you are photographing your animal. If your animal is ill, or having a bad day, you may want to reschedule your photo session to a later time. A wet and moist looking nose […]

Posted by roverpet on October 25th, 2016 under Pets  •  No Comments