I Thinkstock Images/Comstock/Getty ImagesYou& 39;ve had your feline friend since she was a tiny ball of fur. Now that she& 39;s older, she& 39;s not getting around quite as easily. You& 39;ll need to help her out to relieve some of that muscle and joint pain she has. Diet, exercise and a daily massage will ease her symptoms.
Dealing with Canine Whining Dogs don't have too many sounds in their vocabulary - there's growling, barking, howling, whining…and that's about it. The original function of these sounds was fairly straightforward - the growl being a warning; the bark, an exclamation; the howl, a long-distance communication; and whining, a care-soliciting call.
I Brand X Pictures/Brand X Pictures/Getty ImagesParasites are a disgusting and unfortunately common problem cats must face, with the various creepy crawlies invading your kitty& 39;s body to use as they please. Your kitten is essentially its unintentional nursery.Preferred HostsAs disgusting as it is, your cat is a victim of being at the wrong place at the wrong time when he picks up the wolf worm.
I dachshund image by TOMASph from Fotolia.comThe phrase & 34;fighting like cats and dogs& 34; doesn& 39;t have to be true for your dachsie and your feline friend. Dachshunds and cats can get along under certain circumstances -- in some cases, however, it may be safest to keep them separate.Getting AlongWhether your wiener dog and your feline friend hit it off depends on their individual personalities, experiences and backgrounds.
I Rottweiler image by Stana from Fotolia.comThe short, flat coat of the Rottweiler makes it one of the easiest dog breeds to groom. Rottweilers are a smooth-coated breed and require little more than frequent brushing and an occasional bath to maintain a healthy, shiny coat.Step 1Brush the dog ever day with a rubber curry brush.
I Jupiterimages/Brand X Pictures/Getty ImagesNothing says love like cuddling your favorite pup in your bed. To help your pooch, try building dog stairs to help your dog climb up in comfort and style.Construct the StairsStep 1Measure the length from the floor to the top of your footboard. This will be the height of your stairs.