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Sunday, March 13, 2016

Gourmet Carnivore Beef Liver and Chicken for our Dogs

Introducing new foods to our fur babies is exciting.  Our dogs Love anything excep dry dog food.  Chewy,com sent  Bolt and Champ one  box of  Tiki Dog Gourmet Carnivore Beef Liver & Chicken canned dog food.  As usual, they are  excited for meal time.   
This will surely satisfy your dog's carnivore cravings with a gourmet menu that matches their natural prey diet! It has  whole meats and great flavor that  your carnivore dog  is sure to love.  Believe me because our  two fur babies loves it!
Tiki Dog Gourmet Carnivore comes in different flavor, it's available in chicken with turkey, beef liver and lamb, chicken with duck, and this beef liver and chicken that I got.  There's a dozen in every box and you can get it for $40.92.  This is also grain and guten-free which really nice.
These two have been enjoying this gourmet food  ever since it arrived.  Of course, I always  mixed it with their dry dog food so they won't run out fast with yummy stuff. 
 I am sure that  the taste of this familiar to the ones I have prepared for them before when I bought some chicken  and liver and cooked it for them.  Dogs these days are very lucky because they get to eat hese gourmet menus that a lot of compan's are  doing now.  My dogs when I was growing up eats whatever we have left on the table hehehe.  It's still  healthy for them but you know, they only get the scrapes and stuff.  
Disclosure: The owner of this blog was NOT financially compensated to write this review.  I was provided with the product/s mentioned  to help me  facilitate this review but  opinions are my own.

Monday, March 7, 2016

Four Exotic Birds That Make Fantastic Pets

Keeping a bird can brighten up your home. Whether in a large cage or allowed to fly free, exotic birds will add colour and birdsong. But it is important to know what you are getting yourself into before purchasing one. Exotic birds require a lot of care and need a specific environment to thrive in.

The type and extent of the care you need to give depends on the bird you get. Parrots aren’t the only exotic birds out there; you will find you have quite a large choice to pick from. Want some help making a decision? Here are three birds that make fantastic pets.


Budgerigar

A very popular family pet, budgerigars are more commonly known as budgies. Most of the time, caring for exotic birds can be quite time-consuming. However, Budgies are one of the easiest to look after, making them popular family pets. These inexpensive birds love to chatter and will delight children with their singing. On the whole, they are gentle pets and rarely bite. They will need to be let out of their cage a few times a week so they can stretch their wings. Very flighty birds, they could be difficult for young children to handle.

Cockatiels

These colourful birds are extremely cuddly and love to be petted. Not as active as budgies, cockatiels are excellent company and will love to sit and preen in your presence. They are also very clever and learn tricks very easily. When you are preparing your bird’s cage, you need to include lots of perches for it. Be careful not to put any Oak or Prunus wood, as they can harm your bird. Cockatiels are happy in pairs, so it’s a good idea to think about buying two birds together. This way, they can keep each other company!

Macaw

Many people are put off from owning a Macaw Parrot as they need a very large cage and need lots of attention. Once a macaw is used to a social environment, they will be very gentle and loving birds. They are extremely boisterous, which can sometimes be mistaken for aggression. This is especially the case when they lunge at people. Many people are intimidated by this, however, to the Macaw this is just a game. Your bird will need lots of toys to keep it busy.

Conure

Often mistaken for Macaws, Conures are a smaller parrot. But they are distantly related to the each other and, therefore, share many personality traits with the large birds. You will be able to teach your Conure many tricks, including lifting a claw and whistling on request. These birds may not be as chatty as cockatiels or budgies, but when they do vocalize their thoughts they will do so much louder than the smaller birds! Each Conure will squawk at its own unique pitch. When choosing a bird, look for one that has a pitch you will be able to tolerate!

Both kids and adults will enjoy the addition of an exotic bird to your home! If you want more information on different species, speak to your local pet shop.

Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Freshwater Canister Filter for Fish Tank

Have you been thinking about buying some fish to keep in your home or office? Fish are ideal pets if you are looking for animals that require much less maintenance than dogs or cats. However, you will still need to do some work to make sure they are properly taken care of. You must make sure that you properly clean their tank on a regular basis. Otherwise, bacteria will build up inside that will eventually prove to be fatal to your aquatic friends. Fortunately, there are companies you can hire to clean your fish tank for you if this will be too difficult for you to handle on your own. Here are a few tips for buying a pet fish.

1. Find a good equipment supplier

You will need to buy various pieces of equipment like a freshwater canister filter to ensure that your fish tank is a safe and clean environment for your fish to live. Do not make the mistake of thinking that all fish tank equipment is the same. There are certain companies that have been around for many years and they have a stellar reputation in the industry. Their products might cost a little more than their competitors. However, you get what you pay for. It will be worth paying a little extra money to know that your fish will be well taken care of. Therefore, you need to find a fish tank equipment supplier than offers you a huge selection of all the biggest brands.
2. Make sure the fish can live together

There is one huge mistake that many fish owners make. They simply buy a bunch of different fish because they like the way they look. However, they do not consider the fact that certain species of fish are unable to live together in the same environment. This is especially true when you are talking about a tiny fish tank. Fish that are natural enemies will eventually fight and kill each other. This is why you always need to ask the people at the pet store to show you fish that are not enemies.
3. Change your filter regularly

It is essential that you make sure the filter for your fish tank is changed at regular intervals. Otherwise, the health of your fish will be at risk. You should get in the habit of checking it. It would be wise to set up a reminder alert on your phone.

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