|When your pet eats things that aren't food|
Does your cat nibble your wool sweaters down to fuzzy nubs? If he does, you're not alone. Enough animals eat nonfood materials that the behavior has been given a namepica. While pica generally isn't dangerous, it can cause intestinal obstructions if your cat eats too much. . . . .
|Growling Around Food|
Any form of growling should be viewed as a warning of a bite. Certainly this
is true around food. This type of action is usually brought about in the puppy
stage. It is crucial that this behavior is corrected early in your dog's life.
Many people find it amusing when . . . .
|What To Feed|
Very simply, dogs are not finicky earters by nature. A balanced meal of good quality,
commercially prepared dog food ( preferably dry ) can be served every day of the
year, along with an occasional treat.
- Dry food or kibble is generally the least expensive and . . . .