15 Celebrities With The Most Unusual Pets

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Pablo Picasso: The Story Of An Artists’ Dogs

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Top 10 Zoo’s in Europe

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Like many people in late middle age, I find myself wondering if my next dog will be different. I have long shared my life with retrievers — active, field-bred dogs who throw themselves with joy into every situation (and every puddle of water bigger than a dinner plate). Their boisterousness is infectious: My dogs make me happy. But in …

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Have you ever noticed your dog´s appetite dropping during summer time? Maybe your dog suddenly refuses to eat her favorite type of meat and you get worried that something might be off with her health. During summer heat waves I often notice dog folks from all around the globe discussing on the internet their fur kids’ …

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Pablo Picasso was born in Málaga, Spain, and was the son of a Basque drawing teacher named Blasco Ruiz and an Italian mother, Maria Picasso. According to Spanish naming traditions, his name was Pablo Picasso y Ruiz, and so he signed his earliest pictures. Before he died at the age of 91, he would sign …

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Check out our pick’s of the best zoo’s throughout Europe. Hope the list helps you with finding your next destination if by any chance you find yourself visiting the countries where these zoo’s are located.  1. London Zoo Originally, the zoo was built to be used for scientific purposes. It opened for the first time …

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Do you have kids? Did you decide to wait and send them to school after they hit their teens? No, probably not. Unfortunately, this is still a common recommendation given to some novice dog owners—let the puppy grow up before starting training. By the time a dog is 6 months old, she is an adolescent, …

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Everyone knows that cats can somehow survive falling out of a tree, but last week a cat survived a 19-story fall in Boston. So just how the hell did it manage it? Science, as usual, can help explain: it’s mostly anatomy. But sadly, there is a lack of empirical evidence—scientists seem reluctant to throw cats out …

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1. Sun protection Dogs can get sunburned just like people, so plan ahead with something to protect delicate doggy noses and ears from UV/UBV rays. Epi-Pet sprayable sunscreen is a top pick among pet people because it’s pet-safe, easy to apply, and waterproof (though you should always re-apply after a swim). 2. Floating toy Keep your toy-obsessed dog busy at …

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How would you cope without your sight? It is sobering to think what life would be like without a sense we take for granted. For example, without our sight we can’t easily check our social media, read text messages, or write letters… and those are just minor problems! So this National Deaf Dog Awareness week spare a …

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According to Canadian researchers, tick populations have grown 10 times over in the past two decades within Canada. Ticks can cause many diseases such as Lyme disease, Ehrlichiosis, Anaplasmosis, Bartonellosis, Hepatozoonosis. The tick population is projected to get worse. Researchers estimate that if you draw a line marking tick territory across Canada, that line moves 45 km farther …

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1. DO: Make sure you’re giving your dog plenty of daily exercise and stimulation. One or two short walks per day is simply not enough for most dogs, especially not for any of the working breeds, such as herders and retrievers. An under-exercised, bored dog is an unhealthy, unhappy dog. A great many destructive and aggressive behaviors stem from a …

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