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What Scent Do Dogs Hate? – 10 Smells Dogs Hate

What Scent Do Dogs Hate? – 10 Smells Dogs Hate

Dogs are reputed for their strong sense of smell which makes a significant part of their survival traits. After reading this article, you will learn the certain smells that dogs hate most. Studies have shown that dogs have superior sensory organs owing to the unique...

When do German Shepherd Ears Stand Up?

When do German Shepherd Ears Stand Up?

German shepherds are some of the best and most popular dog breeds in the world. The history of German shepherds dates back to the 1890s when they were used primarily as herding dogs while protecting sheep and cattle from predators. German shepherd puppies won't have...

Hypoallergenic Cat Breeds

Hypoallergenic Cat Breeds

If you love cats, chances are you enjoy the judicious affection and unforced company these small feline species have to offer. There is, however, one issue with certain cat breeds and that is the cat allergies. To break down this more clearly, it's important to...

Do German Shepherds Shed?

Do German Shepherds Shed?

German Shepherds aren't only the most intelligent dog breeds but also the easiest to train. They have been reported to exhibit higher intellectual capabilities than most dog species; with sharper brains and softer temperament....

What Do Hedgehogs Eat?

What Do Hedgehogs Eat?

Hedgehogs are some of the popular spiny-mammal species, first discovered around 15 million years ago. These small-bodied mammals are native to various parts of the continental Europe, Middle East, Central Asia and parts of Northern Africa. Hedgehogs have been...

What to Feed Red Eared Slider Turtle?

What to Feed Red Eared Slider Turtle?

Red eared slider turtles are one of the most popular aquatic pet turtles in the world. They are found for sale in local pet stores across the U.S. and overseas. The red-eared slider gets its name from the small red stripes on...

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