One thing people tend to overlook with Pet Insurance is reading reviews. The prices and terms are really important but if you choose a company that has a history of issues or doesn’t answer the phone for example than these great terms can become null. Now there is several great pet insurance review sites where you can easily read pet insurance reviews. Site like petinsuranceu.com has hundreds of reviews that give you real life insight on what the company is really like. Not only there reviews there is helpful information about pet insurance. For example we just learned 1 and 10 pet insurance holders file a claim every month. Also if you click the link above scroll down to Pet Insurance tips for great tips on getting started. Remember there is hundreds of different policies and company combinations. It’s so much more helpful to have an experienced website with real reviews available to help you get started on what is the right one for you.
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The world of reptiles is an interesting and amazing one and some of the beasts out there truly astound. From the smallest to the largest, the reptile world is amazing and diverse, though none biologically astound to nearly the same degree as the largest reptiles. Whether it’s the myths of dragons that capture our imagination or a dinosaur skeleton, reptiles are a source of human fascination. Here are some of the largest and most amazing. Reticulated Python (Scientific name Python reticulatus) Most people aren’t aware that pythons are actually amazing swimmers. It is this ability that has allowed them to spread between the many islands of the Indo-Australian Archipelago. Besides being avid swimmers, reticulated pythons are also aggressive constrictors. This means that instead of venom, they surround and suffocate their prey before ingesting it whole. Reticulated pythons have been recorded reaching 22.8 feet in length (6.95 meters). This makes them even longer than the giant saltwater crocodile though they are much lighter in weight. Leatherback Sea Turtle (Scientific name Dermochelys coriacea) Gentle giants of the sea, leatherback turtles can reach up to 7 feet in length (2 meters), and have flippers that can span nearly […]
Losing a pet can one of the hardest things in life for some people and very difficult for all. Almost everyone has lost a pet and had to try and deal with it on their own. I can remember when I lost mine. It was so tragic. It would of been great to have some insight and information on how to handle the feelings. At the time my family was able to help me get through it but no one could really understand what I was going through. A new book has surfaced that is being crowd funded now to help in the exact situation. Written by someone that has gone through the loss and has the knowledge to help others get through it. The book is now ready but just needs your help to make it’s Kindle version into a real book people can hold. With the right push this book could help millions get through losing a pet and dealing with the sadness it brings. To help bring this book to life head over to kick starter and read more information on Wisdom of love. There is a video and lots of information on the author.
If you haven’t seen the dog sweeping the web we would like to introduce you to JUGS! A jug has one parent Pug and one parent Jack Russell Terrier. Not only are these dogs cool as can be but they also have less possibility for complications than pugs alone. Even cooler than health benefits is how these dogs act hence the Internet craze. Here are are some of the videos around that show just how cute and fun these dogs are. They even have a Facebook page here: Pug Life on Facebook You can find anything Jug related there! Still not sure how awesome Jugs are check out these cuties. We have MR Jug, handling business: And we have Snow Jug, staying warm no mater how chilly things get. To see more pictures and videos check out the Facebook page we linked above or Google search for Jug Life.
Yorkshire Terriers are lovely dogs, they are affectionate towards people and they are, in general, great companion dogs. However, having a dog, especially a Yorkie, involves a huge responsibility, so, before making this step, you should know some simple information. Can you afford a Yorkshire Terrier? The first question you must ask to yourself is “Do I afford to take care of a Yorkie puppy?” This is a very important matter, because Yorkshire Terriers require a lot of attention, and you don’t have only to pay the one-time purchase price. You also have to spend a lot of money each year because you must go from time to time to the vet, you must buy quality food, etc. In the first year you must buy a lot of stuff, like a carrier bag, a crate and you must pay for vaccinations and training sessions. On an average, in the first year you must spend at least 1500 $, and after that 500$ each year. So, hold your horses and make a fair calculation before buying or adopting a Yorkie puppy. Is Yorkshire Terrier the right dog breed for me? It is also very important to make a detailed research in […]