Friday, September 24

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5 Tips In Choosing The Right Dog Harness Canada
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5 Tips In Choosing The Right Dog Harness Canada

If you’ve had pet dogs for quite a while now, you probably already understand the need for a reliable harness, especially when you’re out for a walk with them. Although collars are still common these days, a harness offers better support that doesn’t put pressure on your dog’s neck and throat or cause them to choke when there’s a sudden pull on the leash. However, choosing the right harness for your beloved pet can be quite challenging. You’ll have to consider style, function, and comfort, and make sure that it’ll be strong enough for when you need to secure your pet.  The right type of harness will not cause any discomfort in any maneuver your dog makes. And more importantly, it can help avoid causing injuries to your pet while they’re being restrained.  If you’re in Canada, owni...
Aquarium Pet Supply – Peninsular petroleum
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Aquarium Pet Supply – Peninsular petroleum

The aquarium pet supply includes a wide range of supplies that are needed to setup a great home for your fish. Aquarium pet supplies can mean anything starting from the fish tank and heaters and filters to decoration and backgrounds or feeding supplies. Lighting equipment is also necessary and also water conditioners and treatments are considered mandatory to keep your fish happy and healthy. Contrary to common belief, fish are not easy pets as they require plenty of attention as they have special needs. Maybe the most difficult part of having fish as pets are to build their home, which should as much as possible resemble their natural habitat. Before purchasing any of the aquariums fish supplies, you have to know the size of the fish tank you are willing to get. Then, according to the ...
specialists in all types of pet, aqustic & garden – dogus
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specialists in all types of pet, aqustic & garden – dogus

A family run firm established for over 20 years.   Specialists in all types of pet, aquatic & garden needs, offering friendly advice & support to all customers.  Members of Ornamental Aquatic Trade    Association  Members of Pet Care Trust Range of garden & pond products  Extensive range of pet accessories  Pets including: kittens, fish, rabbits &    hamsters  In house grooming parlour.  Friendly, helpful, well-trained staff.  Free Local Delivery, other areas by    arrangement.  Opening Hours: Mon-Sat 8.45am - 5.00pm.    We take all major credit cards     (not Diner or American Express).    ACCESSORIES   We have a range of pets including kittens, fish, rabbits & hamsters. We also have ...
pet memorial glass & jawelry – piedmont animal health
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pet memorial glass & jawelry – piedmont animal health

Preserving pet fur, feather and pet cremation ash into quality glass pet memorial jewelry, pet loss keepsakes, pet mementos and bereavement gifts for pet loss. You have memories.  Let us help you preserve them. Pet Memorial Glass & Jewelry understands pet loss.  Our pet memorial glass jewelry, pet loss keepsakes and pet loss bereavement gifts are created for you, your friends and family who desire to hold close to their hearts a remembrance of their pets, past or present in a tactile form that is unique to you, your pet and your memories of the time that you and your pet have shared together. Pet Fur Keepsake Pendant Pet Memorial Glass & Jewelry uses time tested glass working techniques that are combined with your pet's cremation ash, pet fur, feathers or photographs to...
Polar bear picture and information (Thalarctos maritimus) – bear industries
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Polar bear picture and information (Thalarctos maritimus) – bear industries

Both summer and winter the great ice bear of the frozen north is appropriately clothed in white. It is also distinguished from all other bears by its long neck, slender pointed head, and the quantity of fur on the soles of its feet. It is a circumpolar species, the limits of whose range nearly everywhere coincide with the southern border of the pack ice. The great majority live permanently on the ice, often hundreds of miles from the nearest land. During summer the polar bear rarely visits shore, but in winter commonly extends its wanderings to the Arctic islands and the bordering mainland coasts. In winter it ranges southward with the extension of the ice pack. In spring, by an unexpectedly sudden retreat of the ice, individual bears are often left south of their usual summer haunts, s...
Ocelot picture and information, Tiger cat (Felis pardalis) – tropichem research labs
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Ocelot picture and information, Tiger cat (Felis pardalis) – tropichem research labs

The brushy and forested areas of America from southern Texas and Sonora to Paraguay are inhabited by spotted cats of different species, varying from the size of a large house cat to that of a Canada lynx. Only one of these occurs in the United States. All are characterized by long tails and a yellowish ground color, conspicuously marked by black spots, and on neck and back by short, longitudinal stripes - a color pattern that strongly suggests the leopard. In the lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas the tiger-cat is rather common, with the eyracat, in areas densely overgrown with thorny chaparral. Like most of the cat tribe, it is strictly nocturnal and by day lies well hidden in its brushy shelter. By night it wanders along trails over a considerable territory, seeking its prey. Bird...
Moutain Lion (Felis couguar) – tempico
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Moutain Lion (Felis couguar) – tempico

The mountain lion, next to the jaguar, is the largest of the cat tribe native to America. In various parts of its range it is also known as the panther, cougar, and puma. It is a slender-bodied animal with a small head and a long round tail, with a total length varying from seven to nine feet and a weight from about 150 to 200 pounds. It has from two to five young, which are paler brown than the adult and plainly marked with large dusky spots on the body and with dark bars on the tail. These special markings of the young, as in other animals, are ancestral, and here appear to indicate that in the remote past our plain brown panther was a spotted cat somewhat like the leopard. No other American mammal has a range equal to that of the mountain lion. It originally inhabited both North a...
Jaguar picture and information (Felis hernandesi) – spicrm
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Jaguar picture and information (Felis hernandesi) – spicrm

The jaguar, or "el tigre," as it is generally known throughout Spanish America, is the largest and handsomest of American cats. Its size and deep yellow color, profusely marked with black spots and rosettes, give it a close resemblance to the African leopard. It is, however, a heavier and more powerful animal. In parts of the dense tropical forests of South America coal-black jaguars occur, and while representing merely a color phase, they are popularly supposed to be much fiercer than the ordinary animal. Jaguars are characteristic animals of the tropics in both Americas, frequenting alike the low jungle of arid parts as well as the great forests of the humid regions. In addition, they range south into Argentina and north into the southwestern United States. Although less numerou...
Harp seal picture and information, Saddle-back, Greenland seal (Phoca groenlandica) – spicology
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Harp seal picture and information, Saddle-back, Greenland seal (Phoca groenlandica) – spicology

The black head, gray body, and large dorsal ring of the male harp seal are strongly distinctive markings in a group generally characterized by plain dull colors. The harp seal is a large species, the old males weighing from 600 to 800 pounds. It is nearly circumpolar in distribution, but its area of greatest abundance extends from the Gulf of St. Lawrence to Greenland, and thence eastward in that part of the Arctic Ocean lying north of Europe and western Siberia. Its reported presence in the Arctic basin north of Bering Straits or along the coasts to the southward is yet to be confirmed.  It is an offshore species, migrating southward with the ice pack in fall to the coast of Newfoundland and returning northward with the pack after the breeding season in spring. For a day or two duri...
Gray wolf picture and information, Timber wolf (Canis nubilus) – picarro inc
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Gray wolf picture and information, Timber wolf (Canis nubilus) – picarro inc

Large wolves, closely related to those of Europe and Siberia, once infested practically all of Arctic and temperate North America, excepting only the arid desert plains. This range extended from the remotest northern lands beyond 83 degrees of latitude south to the mountains about the Valley of Mexico.   When America was first colonized, wolves were numerous everywhere in proportion to the great abundance of game animals. With the increased occupation of the continent and the destruction of most of its large game, wolves have entirely disappeared from large parts of their former domain.   They still occur in varying numbers in the forest along our northern border from Michigan westward, and south along the Rocky Mountains and the Sierra Madre to Durango, Mexico, and a...