Why Female Ferrets Are Spayed Before Adoption

If you're interested in adopting a ferret and you've learned that the adoptable female ferrets are already spayed, you might be wondering why. The answer to why most reputable breeders spay their ferrets before allowing them to be adopted might surprise you.  How Ferrets Mate Ferrets, like many other animals, can't mate every single day of the year. A female ferret's body needs to go into heat, which means that it becomes ready by producing certain hormones. [Read More]

Making Dog Boarding Less Stressful For Your Dog: Three Things To Consider

Dog boarding offers a great way to ensure your beloved pet is cared for while you are out of town, but it can be stressful for your dog. Making sure your dog is calm and comfortable is one way you can have peace of mind while you travel. If you are planning on going out of town and want to keep your dog happy, here are a few things you can do to make the process go more smoothly. [Read More]

How A New Cattle Rancher Can Physically Check To See If A Cow Is Pregnant

Having a regular supply of cattle to produce milk and meat is the life blood of every dairy farmer and rancher. A good method to increase your herd size is to have your cows give birth to calves. The primary problem of relying on this method to increase your herd is that cows only go into heat for a very short period of time during the year, and the bulls have a hard time keeping up when they do. [Read More]

Euthanasia For Dogs: A Hard But Right Decision When A Dog Is Suffering

Many dog owners love their pets so much that they feel they are part of the family, but dogs only live so long. Dogs live, on average, between 7 to 14 years, depending on the breed. While some dogs may die of natural causes, there are also times when pet owners must make the tough decision to put a dog down. If your dog is struggling with its health, mobility, or comfort, you be faced with this tough decision too. [Read More]