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Explore the wonderful world of animals through the many interesting facts about them and find everything you need to know about pet adoption and care, in these articles on Animals and Pets. Pay attention to which dogs aren’t recommended for first-time owners. For example, some larger breeds, such as Doberman Pinschers, Dalmatians, and Great Danes, may not be kid-safe because they can grow to be more than 50 pounds. Also, bites from very large dogs can do a lot more damage than those from smaller dogs. And, of course, avoid choosing a dog that’s been specifically bred to be an aggressive fighter (such as some Pit Bulls or Rottweilers).

Linzey declined further comment because of previous media coverage that he said inaccurately caricatured the issue as political correctness run amok. He stressed the preferred language does not stem from a desire to avoid “insulting” pets. Seattle Animal Shelter is committed to saving the lives of animals through adoption, foster care, spay and neuter programs, law enforcement and community outreach.

Dogs and cats can also spread infections For example, pets that are often outdoors easily pick up ticks, which can carry diseases such as Lyme disease This shouldn’t stop you from owning a dog or cat, though. Using effective preventative tick treatments and collars can help decrease the number of ticks that find your pet. If you live in a wooded area, check your pets regularly for ticks.

These are the cats you may have heard of for their taste for coffee But it’s not just coffee berries they eat — they also play a key role in spreading larger fruits across forested areas. They are mostly nocturnal but do adapt pretty easily to living around humans. They can travel on wires and sleep on roofs. But Africans were always people, and dogs are never people.

Modern life is stressful and high levels of anxiety can lead to numerous health problems. Luckily, pets can really help us relax – stroking your cat or simply watching fish swim around in a tank can make your worries melt away. Previous studies have proven that pet owners tend to have lower blood pressure, cholesterol and triglyceride levels than people who don’t own a pet. That means having a furry pal can decrease the chances of suffering a heart attack later in life.