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Cat Blog on mental stimulation

Posted by Katie Kessler on

Cat Blog on mental stimulation

Cat Blog on mental stimulation           While keeping your precious feline indoors keeps them safe from outside predators, potential toxins, and other various risks, it is important to remember that your cat will need mental stimulation within your home.Cats are natural predators, always hunting for their food. Instead of giving your cat all of their food in one spot, try mixing it up! You can scatter your cats food around your living quarters for a foraging effect. This is a great activity for your cat as they have to work for their food, keeping them more...

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Rawhide Bone Blog

Posted by Katie Kessler on

Rawhide Bone Blog

Rawhide Bone Blog        The holiday season is the best time to share thoughtful gifts with family members, including our beloved pets! One of the most notable gifts that you will almost always see on the store shelves, is non other than rawhide. These “treats” often come in brightly colored packaging and/or unique holiday shapes, but do not be fooled. These rawhide novelties are in fact very dangerous for your dog. As your dog begins to chew on the rawhide, it’s hardened texture grows soft. Almost like a piece of gum. This gummy substance, is no longer an...

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Proper Rabbit Diet

Posted by Katie Kessler on

Proper Rabbit Diet

Proper Rabbit Diet Let's talk about how to properly care for your rabbit! A lovely bun One of, (if not the most) important parts of caring for a rabbit is providing a healthy diet. Rabbits have to keep their gastrointestinal tract constantly moving, or else they can easily enter in something called GI stasis. GI stasis is when your bunnies gastrointestinal tract stops functioning, and this can be fatal in many cases. Your adult rabbit's diet should consist of 80% timothy or orchard grass hay, 15% fresh vegetables (such as spring mixed greens), and 5% high-quality pellets. Of course do...

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