Author Archives: Lindsay Pevny

The Ultimate Guide To Doves And Pigeons As Pets

The Ultimate Guide To Doves And Pigeons As Pets

You’ve seen them released at weddings and funerals, in magic acts, in movies as they heralded encrypted messages during World Wars I and II, and you may have seen them bobbing about in your city, gobbling up the old French Fry. Doves and pigeons are intelligent, curious birds. As pets, they’re affectionate and playful. Curious… Continue Reading

How To Stop Your Dog From Chasing Chickens And Other Livestock

How To Stop Your Dog From Chasing Chickens And Other Livestock

Whether you raise chickens for a living or as pets, it’s extremely frustrating when your dog simply can’t stop chasing them. Your dog might just ruffle a few feathers, or may already be killing hens for sport. Either way, it’s a dangerous behavior that has to be stopped. Before You Get That Dog If you don’t… Continue Reading

What You Should Know Before Buying An Easter Bunny As A Pet

What You Should Know Before Buying An Easter Bunny As A Pet

With Easter just around the corner, and bunnies everywhere you go – decorations, candy, greeting cards – you’re bound to catch bunny fever. While rabbits make excellent housepets for pet parents who do their research, buying a bunny on a whim to celebrate the holiday isn’t a wise idea. If you’re thinking about adopting some-bunny… Continue Reading

How To Start Raising Chickens For Meat Or For Eggs

How To Start Raising Chickens For Meat Or For Eggs

There’s something about the comforting clucking of a brood of hens that sounds like home. Whether you want a flock to lay delicious, healthy eggs, or you’d like to raise your hens for meat – some breeds are good for both – here’s what you need to get started: Are You Allowed To Keep Chickens?… Continue Reading

Which Dog Bones Are Safe? Finding The Perfect Chew Bone For Your Aggressive Chewer

Which Dog Bones Are Safe? Finding The Perfect Chew Bone For Your Aggressive Chewer

Dogs need to chew. When they chew shoes, furniture, and other forbidden objects, they’re working their jaws and cleaning their teeth, just like nature intended. Giving your dog appropriate bones to chew on is the easiest way to break down plaque and provide mental stimulation. And yet, not all dog bones are safe. Some are… Continue Reading