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If you are thinking about purchasing a new pet bird, you have already made an excellent decision! This is a special kind of pet that can be a wonderful addition to your life! In order to make owning a pet bird a positive experience for both yourself and your new pet, the next step is to choose the bird that is right for you.
Most Yorkshire Terrier owners will agree that these special dogs are the most adorable, fascinating dogs on the planet. If you are considering a Yorkshire Terrier as a pet, the chances are good that you agree. Yorkshire Terriers are very small dogs, suitable only for indoor living.
A Degu, scientifically known as the Octodon Degus, is actually a small rodent â€“ although it is not a member of the rat family. It has a beautiful bushy tail, and may be referred to as the Common Degu. The Degu is related to the Guinea Pig and the Chinchilla.
You may have acquired your dog as a result of a Saturday afternoon trip to the humane society, or perhaps by responding to an advertisement in the local newspaper. It was when you brought him home and charged him with the responsibility of protecting his new surroundings that you experienced a general disappointment in his protective prowess.
In personality, the Otter Hound resembles the Basset or Bloodhound. He is gentle and easy-going, but has a definite mind of his own and important quality in a trailing hound but sometimes frustrating in a pet. His deep bay will warn of strangers presence, but his temperament precludes attack. As a watchdog, he mainly just watches!
Many pet owners are feeding their pets a raw food diet these days. Advocates claim that raw food diets improve the condition of the skin and haircoat, eliminate bad breath, reduce fecal volume, improve energy levels, behavior, immune function and overall health.
Have you ever seen a dog whose skin seems several sizes too large for him? Whose small triangular ears lie atop his head pointing toward his eyes? Whose delicate tail forms a perfect circle, its tip touching its base? Whose short stiff hair stands upright like a Fifties crew cut? If so, youve probably seen one of the most uncommon dogs in the world - the Chinese Shar-Pei. At one point the Guinness Book of World Records declared him to be the Rarest Dog in the World. Be that as it may, he is certainly one of the worlds most unique dogs.
What is the dingo? Is he a direct descendant of the wolf or is he a wild dog which was once domesticated, then turned wild again? This puzzle is as frustrating as the proverbial chicken-and-egg progression. Genetically, the dingo is homogeneous to the pale-footed Asian wolf (canis lupus pallipes), presumed still to exist in certain remote, mountainous regions of Asia. It is believed that he has altered very little from his prehistoric forebears, which were widely distributed throughout Africa.
One of the most popular pets in the dog world today is the energetic, friendly, mixed-breed mutt known as the Cockapoo. And despite its popularity, it is ironically one of the most difficult animals to find out about. Writers of pet lore have neglected him terribly.
The most commonly accepted theory is that the Chihuahua was originally a little dog called Techichi belonging to the Toltec people, a primitive race inhabiting Mexico about the time of the Mayan civilization was declining. The Toltecs were destroyed by the Aztec, who, it is said, had a dog known as the Biche.
Among parrots in general, there are just three species that are known to be talkers. The Eclectus parrot is one of those three species, to the delight of eclectus parrot admirers. This species speech is very clear, and they are capable of a wide vocabulary. Your Eclectus parrot will happily repeat numerous words and phrases, and can even learn how to sing to you.
Macaws are extremely social, and highly intelligent. Unlike many other bird species, these magnificent creatures actually form a bond with the humans in their lives. That bond becomes so strong that the Macaw may even view the human as his or her mate.