17 Most Popular Freshwater Aquarium Fish 2020

Over 12.5 million households keep freshwater fish in the US, they account for the largest proportion of pets owned across America, and it’s no surprise that they are the top choice of pet.

Most of the species that we’ll look at here are easy to care for, they bring beauty and color to your homes and they are very relaxing to watch.

Keeping freshwater fish also has many health benefits such as reducing stress and lowering your blood pressure and heart rate.

With all that said, most people who start off in the fishkeeping hobby, get hooked very quickly mainly

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How to Introduce Dogs the Right Way

Reviewed on March 18, 2020, by Dr. Alison Gerken, DVM, and Victoria Schade, dog trainer

Introducing a new dog to your family dog is sure to spur a mix of nervousness and excitement.

In order to make the transition smooth, you should plan each step of the process—from the dgs’ first meeting to the steps you’ll take to keep the peace for the first few months.

The first step toward ensuring a lifelong doggy friendship is for you to have a plan and a calm approach.  

Steps for Introducing a New Dog to Your Current Dog 

If you know how

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Pet Stories from CBS News 8 Family

COVID-19 reveals the secret lives of our pets and makes for a real ‘Animal Party’.

SAN DIEGO — 2020 hasn’t been all bad. Most Americans are spending a lot more time at home with their pets. In this Zevely Zone, I asked some members of the News 8 family what they’ve learned about their animals during COVID.

Last Spring, when COVID caged the News 8 team at home like animals, our pets suddenly shared their secret lives. Many members of the News 8 team built home TV studios and were face-to-face with our furry friends.

At the Zevely household, we

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Low-Maintenance Freshwater Fish for Beginners

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Cat owner makes himself look ‘utterly insane’ at a pet store, he recalls in viral Reddit post

Cats make people crazy all the time, what with their constant tomfoolery and lasagna-demanding tendencies. But one anonymous cat owner admitted to looking “utterly insane” at his local pet store, with no one to blame but himself.

The cat owner, who shared his story on Reddit, claims he and his partner frequently visit a local pet store to buy food and toys for their own cats. During these trips, they also stop by the store’s in-house adoption center to take a look at the kitties.

“Another detail: My partner has a sister whose name we shorten to ‘Kat,’”

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