What is maloclussion? And, what, molar spurs? Find out these dental problems that can plague your rabbit and what you can do about it in this Howcast video.
Age: 3 years old
Breed: Golden Retriever
Personality: Shy to stranger but affectionate once warm up
Size (Full Grown): Large (Not HDB approved)
Good with other dogs: Yes
Health: Under treatment for demodex
Special Needs: A loving home <3
If you wish to adopt Goldie, you may contact Ms Judie Chang @ 6583 7371 / 6583 7372.
Contemplating to get another bunny but is worried if they'll ever bond with one another? Check this video out. Rabbits are fiercely territorial animals and may injure each other seriously when two unknown rabbits meet each other without a well thought-out plan. It's certainly essential to read up and learn how to do it the right way.
Prevention is always better than cure. Before you adopt your dog, you must read up more about how to take care of one. Once he comes home with you, you must start on the right things immediately. One of these is teaching your pet that there's no need to guard his food, or anything for that matter (it can get dangerous if they do). If you prefer getting an expert in to assist, remember to look for a dog trainer who uses humane training methods.