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Monthly Archives: January 2019

  1. Amma, A Saviour To These 400 Stray Dogs In Delhi

    This story is about Pratima Devi, a 65-year-old rag picker, popularly known as Amma. She resides in a shack in Saket, South Delhi and earns Rs 200 per day. She takes care of about 400 dogs every day. After she moved to Delhi about 30 years ago, she had started off working as a cook for a few households in the city.
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  2. The Perfect Vegetarian Diet For Cats

    The nutritional needs of cats can be easily met with a balanced vegan diet and certain supplements. Vegetarian diets and vegan recipes are nutritionally balanced and also come in a special formula for the kittens and the cats. Some people think removing meat and fish from your cat’s meal is unnatural.
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  3. SMELLS SO WELL AND SHARP - BLOODHOUND

    They have originated from France. They are highly active. They have a keen smelling sense which makes them the nice search agents also. They have a very unique appearance and a sweet nature to handle. They are very stubborn. They just don't have that keen sense to smell in fact they have nice tracking sense as well.
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  4. BEAUTY OF FARMLAND - BERNESE MOUNTAIN DOG

    They are from Switzerland. They were developed for herding cattle. They are the long-haired dog with the tag of being a Swiss mountain dog. They are very friendly and calm going breed. When he gets annoyed then he will show symptoms like digging, barking and chewing. You have to be a bit conscious when they are with toddlers ( at times they may knock out). They especially require obedience training.
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  5. Keep You Furniture Fur-Free With These Tips

    Once you have a pet in your house, they become an integral part of your life. In most of the houses, dogs are allowed to sleep on the sofa and cats on the beds. At that time, you might not realise but your furniture does face some wear and tear. It’s hard for one to not allow your pets to sit or sleep on the furniture but the tips in this blog can help you in protecting your furniture.
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  6. BORDER COLLIE - THE HERDING DOGS

    They have originated from the United Kingdom. They are developed to control the sheep (their main business was sheep herding). They were developed near the hilly border between Scotland and England. They are highly trainable. They are intelligent, obedient and agile. They are not at all like couch potatoes. They have high mental and physical stimulation. They make there own games.
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  7. CHEERFUL CHEERLEADERS - BICHON FRISE

    They are very cheerful and cute small dogs. They have beautiful black eyes. They are very enthusiastic. They can't be allowed to be alone for long hours. They need to be handled very delicately. They are very intelligent and smart. They love to play but at times they can become destructive.
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  8. Do kitten eyes change color?

    Kittens have their eyes sealed; this is the natural way of nature protecting the eyes from damage and infection. Between 2 to 16 days of age their eyes start opening. There is no fixed time of opening eyes. Every cat can open their eyes at different times. When they open their eyes they can't see clearly as the vision is still developing. Till then, they depend on other sense of touch, smell and their mother.
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  9. FRENCH SHORTHAIRED SHEPHERD (Beauceron)

    They were developed in France. They were a herding breed of dog. They are perfect watchdogs but they were originally bred to hunt. They are a very versatile performer. They love gaining attention and exercising well. They even love playing. They have an extremely high level of energy. While training them you need to remain alert and observant. They never like being alone
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  10. THE HAZEL EYES LOVERS - HERE IS YOUR BREED

    This breed will be your active companion for long . There has been a lot of confusion after the name of beagle as few people say beagle can be derived from the French word "begueule" which means open throat, few of them even say that it was derived from the French word "beugler" which means bellow.
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