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Angela Vuckovic

A proud mama to seven dogs and ten cats, Angela spends her days writing for her fellow pet parents and pampering her furballs, all of whom are rescues. When she's not gushing over...
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Why Feeding Your Feline the Right Food Is Important

A healthy diet makes a solid foundation for your pet’s overall health – and the sooner you start with the right food, the greater the benefits are. Cats are notoriously picky when it comes to their food, which is yet another reason to start with the right food while they are young, so they can get used to healthy food rather than turn up their noses at everything that isn’t the feline version of junk food.

5 Most Aggressive Rabbit Breeds

There is no denying that rabbits make wonderful pets – with over 300 unique breeds in the world today, there is a lot of variety, both in looks and in character. This also means that you can easily find a pet rabbit you were always looking for, choosing a perfect companion based on their traits and appearance. But are there any rabbit breeds that are known as aggressive? Those fluffy, cute, and playful bunnies – having aggressive temper tantrums? Of course, you wouldn’t want to deal with an aggressive pet, so you’d want to know if there are certain breeds more predisposed to these behaviors than others. Luckily, bunnies are amongst the least aggressive pets out there, but still, it is possible to have an aggressive pet rabbit. No particular rabbit breed has a lot of aggression as its characteristic trait. This has got to do with them being natural prey animals and not predators. But still, there are a few breeds that can be more energetic, spunkier, and a bit feistier than others. But after all is said and done, it is important to remember that rabbit aggression is most often “created” – it is a result of mistreatment, health issues, or behavioral problems.Read on as we check out the top rabbit breeds that can have somewhat aggressive tendencies, and take a look at our insights into the reasons for that aggression. With ample knowledge and patience, you can solve these issues once and for all!

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Show Rabbits 101

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Why Enrichment Is Important for Rabbits and How to Provide It

All About Rabbit Housing

Top Proteins - Which Protein is Best for Your Dog

Most pet parents are well aware that the dog food they buy needs to be protein-rich to satisfy their dog’s basic dietary needs. While they are not completely carnivorous, dogs still rely on protein to support their overall health and will need a diet with at least 20% percent protein as the very minimum. However, there are various sources – and types – of protein in dog food, and not all are the same when it comes to their nutritional quality for canine diets.

How to Rabbit-Proof Your Home

My Pet Is Destroying My Home: How to Deal With Chewing in Rabbits

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How a Simplified Diet Can Help Your Cat Live Their Best Life

While life has changed so much for cats over the centuries, their dietary needs haven’t. Cats are considered obligate carnivores. It’s simple, really: cats need a protein-rich, animal-based diet and don’t do well digesting most plant-based proteins. Unfortunately, when you feed your pet commercial food, things can get a bit more complicated and potentially stray further from a cat’s optimal dietary requirements.