How to start a Pet Shop

BusinessEven in the period of the financial crisis Russians would rather scrimp on themselves than on dumb animals. Since we become responsible, forever, for those we have tamed. Pet shops are seemed to be one of few businesses which haven’t suffered recession. Well-known trade-marks such as Pedigree, Chappy, Whiskas, KiteKat indefatigably encourage us from TV screens to buy food and toys for our pets. The market of pet products is huge and full of prospects….

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Choosing the right Sugar Glider Pet Shop As Your First Priority

As the prospective buyer of a glider possum, you are part of a consumer base who contributes to the success of reputable sugar glider pet shops. By supporting those shops which operate according to acceptable standards of business, you will help to eliminate shops which are unsafe, unhealthy and endanger the well-being of their gliders. Upon purchase, you must understand that you are dealing with an exotic mammal from Australia which cannot be found at…

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Sugar Glider Pet Shop: What you should Be Looking for

Perhaps after listening to all the people who have said good things about gliding possums, you have felt that strong impulse to go to the nearest sugar glider pet shop to buy yourself your very own gliding possum. Sometimes, you become so impulsive that you would right there and then purchase a gliding possum as if you are in a grocery store buying a bottle of water. However, before you get yourself a gliding possum…

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Do Pet Shops Tell you Everything They should?

People spend a lot of time researching their car purchase or their flat screen purchase. When what they want is a pet though, they look up the name of a breed they find attractive and go pick one up at the pet shops. That’s not really fair. People who get into buying a pet without putting in a great deal for research into what they are doing can often let themselves in for a great…

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Why not to Buy a Puppy From a Pet Shop?

We all have visited pet shops and seen those cute puppies that they sell. Sometimes, we cannot stand looking at their sad faces through the small cages in which they spend their entire day. Your kid comes to you and begs you to buy them that puppy. In a way, you feel guilty if you do not buy that cute puppy. By buying the puppy, you feel that you have helped the animal and also…

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Dog Behavior Series 5 – Why Do Dogs Wag Their Tail?

Do you want to know why dogs wag their tail? The secret to interpreting your dog’s emotions? Keep reading to discover my top 3 indicators to achieve this by gaining an understanding of your dog’s behavior. While a dog’s message can only be fully understood by looking at his entire body language, the tail offers significant clues to how your dog is feeling. The wagging of tails is one of the most visible and well-known…

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Dog Behavior Series 9 – Why Do Dogs Growl?

Do you want to know the top 3 reasons why dogs growl? Keep reading to discover what they are and what you can do if you have a concern by gaining an understanding of your dog’s behavior. There are a wide number of reasons why your dog growls. Let’s find out what the most common reasons are and what you need to understand in order to eliminate the problem. So why do dogs growl? Usually,…

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Dog Behavior Series 7 – Why Do Dogs Shake?

Do you want to know the secret for getting your dog to stop shaking? Keep reading to discover the top 4 common reasons and what you can do for your dog by gaining an understanding of your dog’s behavior. Let’s start by clarifying the term ‘Shake’, and what I’m referring to when I use it. I’m referring to dogs that shiver or tremble while in control of their bodies. If your dog is making eye…

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Dog Behavior Series 11 – What Is the Best Dog Food?

Do you want to know the secret for selecting the best dog food for your dog? Keep reading to discover what it is and why you should be concerned about what your dog is eating and how it can affect your dog’s health and behavior. This segment is for dog owners who want to feed the very best to their furry friends. Dogs with kidney, thyroid, food allergy, or other abnormal conditions require special dietary…

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The Dominance Theory: A Dog Training Fallacy

We all grew up with the same idea of how dogs work: they use physical force to fight to be the alpha, to submit competing dogs in the pack. This notion is so engraved in our psyche that in English, being the top dog means that you are the most ‘dominant’ around. Even people who have no interest in anything dog-related will have undoubtedly heard about the importance of being dominant, the pack-leader, the alpha….

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