As quarantine drags on and everyone is trying to find ways to stave off the boredom, many people are exploring ways to be creative. One of the best ways to be productive and have fun at the same time is with DIY crafts! If you have birds, fish, a dog or cat, or a reptile, … More DIY Projects for your Animals
Merry Christmas and welcome back to my blog! This week I’ll be discussing the important reasons not to give someone a pet for a present, but if you missed my post last week you can check it out here. Pets are wonderful and can drastically improve your life, but choosing to take in an animal is … More DON’T Get Your Kid a Pet for Christmas!
Disclaimer: This article is in no way sponsored, I’m simply advertising this sale to help animal lovers looking for a tank. Welcome to my blog! If this is your first time on my website, be sure to check out last week’s post. I hope you enjoy this post, and if you want to receive animal-related content every … More $1 Per Gallon Aquariums
This week’s post is closely related to my article last week, Why You Should NEVER Release Pets into the Wild, so be sure to check that out if you haven’t read it yet! To some people, the easy solution to your child’s incessant pleas for a pet is to take an animal from the wild and … More Why You Should NEVER Keep Wild Animals as Pets
Welcome to my blog! I’m back from being sick and ready to write! Today’s topic isn’t discussed very often, but is still extremely important. Many pet owners aren’t sure what to do with their animals when they can no longer care for them, so they often don’t behave responsibly because of their naiveté. I make it … More Why You Should NEVER Release Pets into the Wild
It’s been a while since I wrote a pet-related post, so I figured I would write about something relevant. A few days ago I thoroughly cleaned my crested gecko enclosure and it occurred to me that some gecko owners might not know the right way to clean the tank. If you are an uninformed gecko … More How to Clean a Gecko Enclosure
Welcome to part two of my series! I’m writing this to spread awareness on the wonderful creatures in creation that are endangered, and I hope this knowledge will inspire others to appreciate nature and want to save it. I love wildlife and this is how I protect it. If you want to help me make … More Weird Animals: Part Two
Hermit crabs. They’re common pets, and unfortunately most of them didn’t start off as pets. All hermit crabs, or at least the vast majority of them, are wild caught. They reproduce by releasing their eggs in the ocean, which is difficult to replicate in an aquarium. People find it easier to capture them and force them … More The Truth About Hermit Crabs
Sorry this is late but there was a glitch and this wasn’t posted as scheduled. As I mentioned in my post on the bear bile trade, (click here to read it) I visited the Atlanta Zoo fairly recently. I loved seeing the animals, although I was sad they weren’t in the wild where they belong. Thankfully, the … More I Visited The Atlanta Zoo!
If you have a humidity-loving reptile, you’re sure to love this product! I made this for my crested gecko because she needs her water from leaves instead of a water dish, but you can make this for a variety of different animals. You will need: An air control valve (optional) A gallon jug or another … More How to Make a Reptile Water Dripper
Ok, so fairly recently I visited someone that had a baby slider turtle, and I was devastated to find that it was living in a tiny (two gallons tops) Critter Keeper container and the turtle was living entirely off of pellets. Not trying to hate on them, they simply bought the turtle for their daughter … More 5 Basic Things to Know Before Buying an Aquatic Turtle
OK, so far all of my posts have been about dogs, and this time I decided to talk about a slightly more unusual pet- turtles! I own a box turtle and I am always trying to think of ways to make her tank more interesting, and I found a few ideas on Pintrest that I’d … More 5 Cheap DIY Turtle Tank Ideas