When I lost my dog Hank, the American Bulldog to old age I waited a few months before starting to think about bringing another dog to my home.
We want the Christmas holiday season to be a wonderful time for all members of our family, including the four-legged ones. Unfortunately, the holiday seasons brings a lot of potential dangers for cats (and dogs too) that could really upset your festivities.
Mindy McIntosh-Shetter AKA Mindar the gardening gnome and guest blogger gives us tips on how to keep rabbits out of our garden. Mindy has a graduate degree in Agriculture Education from Purdue University and is presently finishing her Masters from the University of Louisville in Environmental Education and Urban Planning .
If you are bringing home a rabbit for the first time one of the most important decisions you will make is where and how to house him. Housing for your pet can vary considerably depending upon your home and your locality, but it has one universal requirement: rabbits need good ventilation. Without adequate ventilation, your pet can be susceptible to respiratory diseases. Keep this in mind when you buy or build a cage for your rabbit. Make sure at least a portion of the cage is constructed of wire mesh to allow good air flow.