Pets

Pets make wonderful companions. Learn how to take care of pets, read about common pet behavior issues and injuries and pick up general pet care tips.

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The x-ray tetra is an excellent freshwater fish for first-time fish owners. Read about and see a picture of the fast-swimming x-ray tetra.

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The bleeding heart tetra is a deep-bodied tetra that grows to two inches and must be kept in groups. This fish is higher-maintenance than many others, but it's beauty may be worth the extra care.

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The bloodfin tetra is an excellent community species that grows to approximately two inches in length. Like most tetras, they are most comfortable in a group of six or more.

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The red-eye tetra likes to take a nip now and then at the longer fins of other fish. Read about the otherwise undemanding red-eye tetra fish.

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Unlike many of the peaceful fish suited to an aquarium, the African Congo tetra likes to jump! Learn how to protect him and keep him happy in his aquarium.

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The neon tetra needs no light show to sport its small multicolored body. Read more about the very popular and colorful Neon Tetra in this article.

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How lost dogs and cats find their way home is a mystery. The pets listed here each traveled great distances and reunited with their owners hundreds, sometimes thousands of miles away.

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For a cat lover, even the most unremarkable cat is special, but these have been singled out for extra-noteworthy achievements. These cats made the news either because of their strange behavior, or physical traits. Learn about 9 top cats.

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Take the legwork out of your pet search! Learn how Petfinder.com got started, how shelters and rescue groups use it and how you can find a new member for your family on the site.

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You just can't help it -- you love cats. Those cuddly balls of fur grow up to be independent-minded freethinkers, yet still know when you need a purr session. The problem is, you're one of the millions of people allergic to them. A hypoallergenic cat

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Learn the history and ideas in common behind most methods of dog training, including one of the most popular methods today: Clicker training.

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The relationship between people and dogs goes back at least 15,000 years. Have you ever wondered exactly how dogs evolved, and why they come in such a wide variety of shapes and sizes? Find out about our canine companions.

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