Author: Christy

BugOut Pet Feeding System Giveaway

It’s time for another pet giveaway!  This one is for the BugOut Pet Feeding System, a pet feeding bowl created to keep ants and other bugs out of your pet’s food bowls.  These pet bowls are ideal for outdoor cats and dogs and even for smaller farm animals such as goats, rabbits, and fowl. Simply fill out the entry form at the bottom of this post to enter.  Enter daily through June 18, 2017.  Good luck! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The BugOut Pet Feeding System Giveaway (Ends 6/18) @Bugoutbowl @SMGurusNetwork   1 winners will receive a BugOut Pet Feeding System ~ Winners...

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Havanese Dog Breed Information

The Havanese dog is part of the Bichon breed family. They have had a multitude of names throughout their history, including the White Cuban, the Dog of Havannah, and the Havana Silk Dog. They are small in size with long coats, tails that are carried over their back, and have huge personalities.   Common Name: Havanese Scientific Name: Canis Familiaris   Origination: Cuba   Breed Group: Toy   Life Span: 14-16 Years   Height: 9–11″   Weight: 7–14 Pounds   Coat Type: The Havanese has a very soft and durable coat.  A unique feature of the coat – it is...

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French Bulldog Breed Information

 The French Bulldog is currently the 6th most popular dog breed. They are playful, smart, and adaptable to their surroundings. The are a small sized dog with medium energy and a big personality.    Common Name: French Bulldog; Frenchie   Scientific Name: Canis Familiaris   Origination:  France   Breed Group: Non-Sporting Group   Life Span: 11 – 13 Years   Height: 12″   Weight: 19 – 28 Pounds   Coat Type: The French Bulldog has a short, smooth coat and only requires occasional grooming, including frequent cleaning of skin folds. The Frenchie will benefit from weekly brushing as they are moderate...

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Top 10 Dangerous Cat Foods

Milk / Diary It is a common assumption that it is ok to feed cats milk. We’ve all seen people giving cats milk on TV or in stories.  However, milk and dairy products can cause digestive problems because cats are lactose intolerant. Giving a cat milk will likely result in an upset stomach and diarrhea. Onions / Chives / Garlic Cats should not be allowed to eat onions, chives, or garlic. These foods will cause digestive upsets. If fed long term, these foods will cause anemia in your cat. Read labels carefully on anything you fed to your feline...

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