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The Right Pet Bed For Your Dog or Cat

Wednesday, August 3, 2016
posted by Jim Murphy

cooldogbedThe size, health and needs of the dog or cat are a few of the prime aspects to consider before buying you dog bed or cat bed. Talking about size, the bed should be big enough to let the pet lie flat on his side on the bed.

Old dogs or dogs that are ill or have arthritis would need special orthopedic dog beds.
The next consideration is the comfort level and style of the dog bed. Big cushions can serve as pillows, while dog mats are thinner than pillows. Rugs and cuddlers would definitely keep your dog comfortable and support a curling dog on all three sides.

The filling of the pet beds must provide the utmost comfort to the animal. Foam is the most preferred choice. Make sure you get removable and washable bed covers, because dogs are bound to make them dirty. Extra bed covers will prove to be a great help, especially with dogs that are not yet trained properly.

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Is Your Cat Polydactal?

Wednesday, August 3, 2016
posted by Jim Murphy

polydactalcatPolydactal is a fancy word for extra fingers and toes. Polydactal cats are known for having paws that look like big mittens. Because Ernest Hemingway’s cats are famous for their extra toes, polydactals are sometimes referred to as “Hemingway” cats. Normal cats have four toes on each paw. As well as a “do” claw on each front leg. The polydactal cats can have up to seven toes per paw.The extra digits are usually in the front but sometimes all four paws are affected. The defect is an inherited genetic abnormality. It’s generally not a problem for the cat. They can still play with cat toys and scratch normally on a cat scratching post. However, owners of polydactal cats do have their work cut out for them when it’s time for a toe nail trimming. Keep plenty of cat toys on hand to occupy your cats attention while trimming all of these toes and don’t forget about those cat treats!

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