Shorter, finer hair requires much less maintenance than long, thick fur. Most owners of cats or dogs with longer fur opt to take their pet to the groomers once every 4-6 weeks, while shorter-haired breeds may only visit every 8-12 weeks.
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Most healthy people can eat up to seven eggs a week without increasing their risk of heart disease. Some studies have shown that this level of egg consumption might even help prevent certain types (...)
Likewise the Elephants and Bears can also eat the Bananas during the night when nobody is there around to watch them. The other animals like Squirrels, Bandicoots (Fat Rats), Mice and Ratels or Mon (...)
3. Grooming. Dogs can also contract worms when grooming themselves. Roundworm eggs can attach themselves to your dog's coat, and if your dog swallows these when grooming, a new roundworm infection (...)