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  • If the pets in your household are frequently scratching their ears, they may very well have an ear mite infestation. Learn how to remedy this situation.

    How to Remedy Ear Mites in Pets

    How to Remedy Ear Mites in Pets

    by Sree Vani1

  • Bed bugs bite pets if no human host is available. Bed bugs don't travel on pets as much as people think. They are not like fleas and ticks. They don't like fur but will endure it to get a meal, but usually only if they have not had a human meal in a lengthy period of time.

    Bed Bug Answers for Conscientious Pet Owners

    Bed Bug Answers for Conscientious Pet Owners

    by Melody Trent10

  • Looking for Marvel names for your dog or cat or even your hamster? Check out these names inspired by heroes and villains of the Marvel Universe.

    Marvel Pet Names

    Marvel Pet Names

    by Sam Mendoran0

  • When people share a passion, they like to gather and talk about it. A novice koi keeper is no different. At one point, they wonder about reaching out to a club or continue learning about their new pets on their own. Here are some of the benefits and drawbacks of joining a koi clan.

    Should I Join a Koi Club?

    Should I Join a Koi Club?

    by Jana Louise Smit0

  • Are there other pets that are similar to dogs? Let's discover which "exotic" species make wonderful household companions.

    5 Exotic Pets That Are Like Dogs

    5 Exotic Pets That Are Like Dogs

    by Melissa A Smith2

  • Demodex is a genus of parasitic mites that live in or near the hair follicles of mammals. Demodex is associated with the development of patchy hair loss and/or mild to severe dermatitis in dogs and sometimes cats.

    Demodectic Mange (Demodex) in Dogs and Cats

    Demodectic Mange (Demodex) in Dogs and Cats

    by Liz Hardin0

  • Join me on a journey across the globe in search of only the most geriatric of pets. Here we shall meet some truly shocking record breakers.

    Meeting the World's Oldest Pets

    Meeting the World's Oldest Pets

    by Theophanes Avery4

  • Whether you're just getting started with beekeeping or you're ready to try a new hive style, here's the lowdown on Langstroth's, Warre, and top bar hives from an experienced homesteader.

    Beekeeping and Different Bee Apiaries Explained

    Beekeeping and Different Bee Apiaries Explained

    by Stacy Hannert0

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