Hi everyone! I know we have a lot of very good and very dedicated pet owners in our community, and I think y’all have a lot of expertise that can be very well leveraged in Hubs! That’s why I’ve made this week’s WTI topic all about raising healthy pets.
This week, consider sharing advice on giving your beloved pets- be they dogs, cats, birds, fish, or something else entirely- the best and healthiest lives possible.
Some keywords to work with: healthy pet products, best dog food, wellness dog food, compare pet insurance, natural dog food, healthy dog food, vets for pets, pet health, petcare, healthy pets, all natural dog food, healthiest dog food, healthy pet, best cat food, cat health problems, cat illness, cat life expectancy, grain free cat food, cat nutrition, cat treat recipes, cat health questions, cat temperature, cat ailments, cat nutrition, cat hiccups, hypoallergenic dog food, dog vitamins, best food for dogs, healthy dog treats, healthiest dog food, canine health, dog health issues, dog ailments, dogs health problems, healthy dog food recipes, how to make healthy dog food
If you'd like to join in on this week's topic by writing a Hub, follow these steps:
1) Click here to visit this week's topic. 2) Click the green button "answer this question". 3) Click the gray button below the box (leave that empty) that says "make a Hub about it." 4) Give your Hub a very specific title, like Easy Summer Gardening Projects for Kids or Challenging Summer Activities for Teens 5) Create good quality original content that hasn't been covered before. 6) After you publish your Weekly Topic Inspiration Hub, come back to this forum thread and post a link to your Hub with a brief description of what you wrote about and why.
Hello Simone and all of my other hubber colleagues on hubpages:
I recently published a hub about "The best dog foods for your allergic pet" I wanted this article to be not only an informative piece, but also serve as a self help article for those pet owners who may be dealing with an allergic pet. The article includes a few different pet food varieties that I have found useful in helping my own pet dog; in dealing with her own allergic skin problem. I hope that you all find it helpful in some way; as well as useful in finding out if, your pet would benefit from natural and hypoallergenic brand dog foods which I mention within the article. You can read all about it and more, at the following link here http://jlbowden.hubpages.com/hub/The-Be … ergic-Pets
Yeah, this Hub is very informative indeed! I've never heard of dogs suffering from any of those problems before, though I can't say I've been around all that many dogs. It's good to know about these things BEFORE encountering a problem, though! Thanks!
Your wish may be granted one of these days.I have two dogs and four cats around our home. I will be glad to send you a couple of the cats. Two are indoor and the other two-outsiders, as I like to call them. I was told that I am moderately allergic to cat dander, but not to dogs. So it would defintely improve my allergies if I found a cat or two of mine a new home. As much as I hate to part with them. Look at it as inheriting a new found pet, that is if you are fond of our feline friends? Keep me in mind, if you ever would like to inherit one. (:
Oh can I suggest it here? Ok - After Carissa brought it to my notice of creating a new section for going green etc.. I guess it would be perfect if a two weeks inspiration topic could be related to going green anything right from recycling to renewable energy to organic farming.
Recently published my newest pet article about keeping your pet felines performing to the fullest. Many cats as they get older, tend to develop bladder and associated urinary tract infections. I wanted to share this article with our hubpage community of pet lovers, so they can gain first hand knowledge of how I had overcome these complications in my own cat. Proper diet and nutrition in the way proper food types, is not only essential for our pet dogs, but for the cats as well. Hope you enjoy the read and go here to view the article in more detail. http://jlbowden.hubpages.com/hub/Keep-Y … plications
I wrote mine about cat sneezing. I hereby dedicate this to my cat, Pandora who recently passed away from oral cancer... first sign was sneezing. But, don't panic, cats sneeze for many, usually innocuous reasons!
What a great cat mom you are! You story is moving and frustrating at the same time, poor Amy is fortunate you came into her life. But, your point is clear, cat dental needs are an important part of their health.
This is quite useful. Baby and Baily are lucky indeed- and you've put great photos of them in the Hub! Seeing an article written by a real pet owner (one who shares her own photos) makes a difference, I think- it really drives the messages home.
K9, I just have to tell you this: Yesterday we were playing ball in the yard with Baby and the tennis ball got stuck in the chain link fence. It was out of her reach. She tried and tried to climb the fence to get the ball. I ran and got the camera. She finally made it! I wasn't able to "catch" her at the right moment, but she reminded me of your Hub where your Kal climbed the tree to get his Freebe. I could have trained her right then to go up the fence, but I don't her to learn that trick!
LOL! How fun Mary! I think you made the right decision regarding NOT training Baby to climb the fence; although I would have LOVED to see the snapshot! I sure needed this little gem of a story right now, thank you so much for the big smile I now have across my face. You are a K9's friend--this one included! HubHugs~ K9
Wow, I'm quite glad we made this a two-weeker, since this really is a useful guide! I think it's pretty common to come across injured birds, so it's good to know what to do and what NOT to do when this happens!
Alexadry, a passionate pet advocate on HubPages, recommended that we share our advice on pet adoption this week, and I agree this is a great subject to cover! We therefore invite you to write Hubs on animal rescue, adopting new pets, keeping pets from returning to shelters, and helping newly...
Last week, AEvans suggested that we choose a topic related to children’s advocacy, so this week’s Weekly Topic Inspiration theme is keeping your kids healthy!Whether you have children or not, writing about children’s health is a great thing to do. We were, after all, all children at some point, and...
Happy Tuesday, Hubbers! Dog lovers, gather ‘round.Has your dog ever tried to bite her leash or drag you along at her pace during a walk, instead of yours? Does she fight the collar or try to chase other animals? What techniques and training methods do you use to curb those bad habits? Share your...
My Shihtsu Georgie, died Sept 14, suddenly of pancreatitis. He was never sick a day in his life. He was 15, but even the E.R. vet said he couldnt believe this, said he would probably be ok after some fluids and antibiotics. He had vomiting and diarrea for about 12 hours which became severe in the...
Happy Tuesday, ladies and gentlemen! Let’s talk business.It may not score you conversation points at a cocktail party or family gathering, but your job is a source of great experience and knowledge that you can share with others. What industry do you work in, and what advice and tips can you offer...
Google AdSense Host API
We may use remarketing pixels from advertising networks such as Google AdWords, Bing Ads, and Facebook in order to advertise the HubPages Service to people that have visited our sites.
Conversion Tracking Pixels
We may use conversion tracking pixels from advertising networks such as Google AdWords, Bing Ads, and Facebook in order to identify when an advertisement has successfully resulted in the desired action, such as signing up for the HubPages Service or publishing an article on the HubPages Service.
Author Google Analytics
Amazon Tracking Pixel