In Search of the Perfect Poop

If you’re a dog owner, you’ll be more than used to picking up your dog’s poop – it’s not a particularly pleasant job, but something we all have to do most days. But did you know your dog’s poop could be revealing important information about their overall health and happiness? But how do you know what to look out for?

The Business Of Dogs

In 2018 alone, Americans spent a combined total of the GDP of 39 countries on their dogs. That’s $72 billion! Learn more about the business of dogs courtesy of this infographic from TruDog.

What To Do if You Found a Baby Raccoon

Raccoons, like most mammals, are excellent mothers. Baby raccoons are dependent on their mother for up to nine months, after which they will go their way. After about 12 weeks of nursing, the baby raccoons are finally old enough to follow their mother out of their nesting area. During this time, they will learn from their mother how to forage for food, and where to look. 

21 Interesting & Funny Cat Facts

I am a cat person. I love dogs as well but other people’s dogs (we have no dogs in our house). Even though our feline companions are somewhat introvert, anti-social, and self-sufficient, cats can be a sweet and lovable animal inside. As you spend time with them, you’ll realize that there are many things you might not have known about your felines.

A Financial Guide to Owning a Dog

What is the price of man’s best friend? If your thinking of adding a new furry addition to the family, then it important that you consider the costs. To help you figure out how much owning a dog could cost you, Greater Bank and RSPCA NSW teamed up and did the maths.

Hedgehogs – A Rare Sight in UK Gardens

Green spaces are becoming less and less in the UK and most other countries also. The constant building of homes and shops on any free space is having a massive impact on the wildlife population. One of the species most effected is the hedgehog which has seen a 30% population decline since 2002, with that number rising to 50% for rural areas in the UK.

Are Squirrel Droppings Dangerous?

One of the major reasons why you should let a professional squirrel removal expert handle your squirrel problem is the very real risk of contracting diseases from squirrel feces and urine. Squirrel droppings are a fertile breeding ground for a variety of disease-causing organisms. Read the following infographic to learn more.