For many people, their beautiful song and attractive colored feathers make finches an instant draw. They can also be less expensive to buy and own than parrots and also easier to breed. Here we look at the basics of breeding finches.
A wireless electric pet fence offers an affordable and attractive option for keeping your pets secure. The electrical wire is buried below the ground, so it will not affect the appearance of your yard and home.
To learn more about canine chemistry and get the low-down on why dogs smell bad and why they have such a good sense of smell, watch this enlightening video by the American Chemical Society.
How to Breed and Raise Sun Conures: A Pet Owner’s Guide, written by Stuff4Petz author, Jenny Griffin, and published by Ecologix Media, is now available as a Kindle ebook. If you are interested in breeding sun conures, you will find all the information you need packed into this informative guide.
Find out the answers to common kitty questions and discover what makes your cat tick.
Griff’s Goats, written by Stuff4Petz author, Jenny Griffin, is a colorfully illustrated children’s picture book written in rhyming verse that will appeal to young readers as well as the young at heart.
Many families face the decision of whether to get a dog. For families of children with autism, the decision can be even more challenging. Now, a University of Missouri researcher has studied dog ownership decisions in families of children with autism and found, regardless of whether they owned dogs, the parents reported the benefits of dog ownership included companionship, stress relief and opportunities for their children to learn responsibility.
New research from Washington State University reveals how youth who work with horses experience a substantial reduction in stress – and the evidence lies in kids’ saliva.
A study from the University of Liverpool has recommended investing in dog owner education and facilities as a strategy to target physical inactivity and problems such as obesity in both people and their pets.
A new study has shown that newborns who are exposed to pet hair, dirt and germs may have a lower risk of suffering from allergies and asthma.