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Dogs Not Well Suited to Apartment Living
Posted by Roger Duquette on February 25, 2017

If you live in an apartment and are considering getting a dog you would do well to stay clear of these dogs not well suited to apartment living.
Kid Friendly Dogs | Pet Quest
Kid Friendly Dogs List
Posted by Noah Aaron Singer on March 25, 2016

Dogs, just like people, come with a variety of temperaments. This often stops those with children from getting a dog for fear of biting. Although there is a definite foundation for this fear. There are dogs out there that are kid friendly dogs. Here's our kid friendly dog list.
Terrier Dogs - Cairn Terrier | Pet Quest
Terrier Dogs
Posted by Noah Aaron Singer on March 25, 2016

Which dogs are the rascals of the world? Terrier dogs are. The word "Terrier" itself comes from the Latin word terra which means earth. This is a great fit for them because of their love of digging when they are hunting such prey as foxes, moles, badgers, and rats. Sometimes they are called rat dogs.
Selkirk Rex Cat | Pet Quest
Top 10 Most Popular Cat Breeds and What Makes Them Unique
Contributed by Emily Watson on March 5, 2016

In truth, cats have a diverse selection of breeds, just like dogs do. And each breed has their own personality. If you’re thinking about getting a cat, you should touch up on the many breeds out there before you make your choice. Here are 10 purrfect breeds to check out.
Mourning Dogs | Pet QuestDo Dogs Mourn Loss?
Posted by Noah Aaron Singer on May 26, 2015

Have you ever wondered whether dogs mourn the loss of other dogs, animals, or people? If so you are not alone. Many of us wonder whether an animal can have such feelings the we presume are only available to humans. After all to mourn is a human emotion is it not? Meet some dogs mourning for the loss of a friend.
Euthanasia | Pet Quest
The Process of Euthanasia
Posted by Roger Duquette on May 24, 2015

This was a tough article for me to write. It brought back so many memories (most were not pleasant) of the last moments that I spent with my dog Midnight. But it is a topic that I had to revisit when I was chatting with a friend online who is now facing the same issue that I had to. Euthanizing your pet when the time comes.
Retractable Leash Do Not Use | Pet Quest
Extensible Leashes Are a Disaster
Posted by Roger Duquette on May 16, 2015

How many of you use one of those extensible leashes? I'm talking about the ones that extend and retract. Now how many of you have had a near disaster while using one of those leashes? Surprisingly a large number of dog owners have had near disasters with these leashes and yet they still use them.
Microchip - Dog | Pet Quest
Microchip Usage and an Explanation
Posted by Roger Duquette on February 4, 2015

A microchip is an integrated circuit which is used to identify a pet or other animal. It is a little larger than a grain of rice and has absolutely no internal power source. Because of this they are often called a Passive Integrated Transponder or PIT tag.
Microchip for a Dog | Pet Quest
The Benefits of Microchipping Your Pet
Posted by Noah Aaron Singer on January 27, 2015

Have you ever lost a pet? Did you recover that pet? If so, what methods did you use to recover your pet? These are all great questions that I asked my friends at a recent party that I gave. To my surprise about half of the 30 guests had lost a pet. Out of those only 5 recovered their lost pet. And none of my friends had their pets microchipped. So let's look at the benefits of microchipping your pet.
R.I.P. Midnight | Pet Quest
Coping With the Loss of a Family Pet
Posted by Roger Duquette on December 15, 2014

There aren't many kinds of animals that have a lifespan as long as that of humans. For pet owners, that means we have to learn to say goodbye to loyal companions, sometimes many times over the course of our lives. Even if we first experience the loss of a family pet as children, for some of us it doesn't seem to get easier. There are ways to cope, and one of them is to accept that grieving is something that has to happen, and that it takes time.

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Dog Drinking From Lake | Pet Quest
Is It Safe for My Dog to Drink From Rivers, Lakes or Oceans?
Posted by Roger Duquette on August 1, 2015

Pets, especially dogs, will drink from whatever water source they are near. If they can drink from your toilet what harm can come to them if they drink from lakes, rivers, puddles or oceans? Keep reading to find out.

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