Most people think of golden retrievers as being, well, golden in color. In fact, most are a golden, pale tan color, and this is where the breed got the first part of its name. However, there are some golden retrievers who are a paler color, which some people refer to as white, and others refer to as cream. Often, the majority of their coat is white or very light cream, and their ears are a little darker — the color of a traditional golden retriever.
18 March 2020
If you're looking for a kitten that will love you unconditionally, you're going to love Ragdoll kittens. Ragdoll kittens are known to be one of the more attention-seeking breeds of cats. Here, you will find some information to help you prepare for the homecoming of your new Ragdoll kitten. Create a Safe Space Your kitten will likely get into a bit of trouble while you're not paying close attention. For your kitten's safety, and your own sanity, create a safe space for your kitten to spend his or her time while you're away or busy.
17 March 2020
Bringing a new puppy home is an exciting occasion in any family's life. Miniature Labradoodles are fantastic dogs that can provide your family with many years of joy and love. Like all dogs, mini Labradoodles need care and attention to thrive. Here are four tips to help you navigate life with your new pet: 1. Groom your Labradoodle often. Labradoodles have beautiful curly fur that is soft to the touch. Their fur can make them look a lot like teddy bears.
17 March 2020
According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, 38.4 percent of American households have at least one dog. Owning a dog is a big responsibility, and it's important to consider a lot of factors before choosing to bring a new dog home. One of these factors when deciding if a dog is right for you is the breed. Here's a look at what you need to know about owning a German shepherd.
13 March 2020
An internship is a paid opportunity that allows future veterinarians to practice their skills in a supportive learning environment. During an internship, you will get outside the classroom. Veterinary clinics, zoos, animal hospitals, and other veterinary medicine facilities offer internships to qualified applicants. Here are four things veterinary intern hopefuls should know when applying: 1. All internships have their own qualifications There are no standardized requirements for all internships. Internships are offered privately, at the discretion of the veterinary practice in question.
10 March 2020
As a dog owner, you want to help your dog maintain optimal health so that they can enjoy a long, happy life. However, there are numerous pests and parasites that can threaten your dog's health. Roundworms are one of these worrisome parasites. A roundworm is an internal parasite that lives in your dog's intestines. It has a flat appearance and can be up to 12 centimeters in length. Here's what you need to know about treating and preventing roundworms.
3 March 2020