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Pets & Animals / idaho

Things I’ve Learned While Camping with My Dog.

Things I’ve Learned While Camping with My Dog.

As the year has gone on and we have been able to venture out, I feel so lucky that we found Opal and brought her into our family. I look forward to every adventure with her and I know she does as well. She knows what’s up as I begin pulling out my gear and loading up the truck. Once it’s time to go, she can’t get into the truck fast enough.
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Get Ready to Hike & Camp With Your Dog!

Get Ready to Hike & Camp With Your Dog!

The Idaho wilderness is full of beautiful and remote locations to visit. From a short backpacking hike to a quick jaunt in the hills, there are hundreds of trailheads to enjoy. Having your best four-legged friend come along seems like no brainer. If you’re not prepared though, your hike can turn into headache.

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Hummingbird Scouts

Hummingbird Scouts

Hummingbird, scouts? I had always believed that the first hummingbirds that showed up in spring were scouts. These brave souls came early to find the best places to eat and raise a family. Then somehow let the other birds in the south know it is safe to head north? 
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Hummingbirds That Frequent the Treasure Valley

Hummingbirds That Frequent the Treasure Valley

Considering how fast these little miracles of nature move, they are hard to identify but here in the Treasure Valley, four have been documented. We have the Rufous, Anna’s hummingbird, the Broad-Tailed and the Calliope.
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Tips and Tricks For Raising Chicks

Tips and Tricks For Raising Chicks

Raising chickens for backyard animal companions as well as egg-producers can be a wonderful adventure when the needs of the chickens are properly met. The following list is a good place to start.

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Transitioning Between Dog Foods

Transitioning Between Dog Foods

Zamzows dog food is a calorie dense product and the amount you will need to feed will most likely decrease. The feeding guidelines noted on the back of the bag have been established by researchers to best address your dogs weight and size. Overfeeding is a significant cause of diarrhea and gas. Your dog may appear to be hungry but be assured they are receiving all of the nutrients that their body needs. Overfeeding your dog can contribute to significant health risks which can include joint problems and Diabetes.
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Baby Chicks Are Hatching!

Baby Chicks Are Hatching!

Spring is on the way and with it comes baby chickens. If you’re looking for a variety of new chicks for your backyard flock, look no further than your local Zamzows! All 13 Zamzows locations have a variety of baby chickens on the way. Zamzows only orders “pullets” so you’re almost guaranteed to get a laying hen! Don’t get tricked by a “straight run.” Straight Runs have a 50% chance of being a rooster, which you may not be able to keep!
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Feeding Wild Birds in Winter

Feeding Wild Birds in Winter

Migration is how many birds deal with the colder temperatures. Those beautiful specimens we cherish seeing, every year move on to warmer climates where the food remains abundant. However, many wild bird species stick around all winter long.
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A Guide to Chicken Nutrition

A Guide to Chicken Nutrition

A significant benefit of raising your own chickens is the peace of mind that comes with knowing just what is and is not going into your chickens. If the saying is true, “you are what you eat”, you’ll likely want to provide your flock with quality feed.
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Choosing the Right Cat Food

Choosing the Right Cat Food

The first major point when deciding what to feed your cat is this, they are Carnivores. Cats need meat and lots of it. Unlike herbivores and omnivores cats have a very short digestive tract and can’t metabolize grain.
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Training a Rabbit to Use a Litter Box

Training a Rabbit to Use a Litter Box

We all love those cute little rabbit eyes and twitching nose and little cottontail. But did you know that cute little rabbit inside the hutch on the back patio would love to join you inside? Sure you bring him inside every now and then, but did you know that he could be litter trained just like a house cat?
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Proper Placement of Your New Bird Feeder

Proper Placement of Your New Bird Feeder

If you feed them, they will come. For the most part, when it comes to wild birds, this is true. There are however some things that you can do to increase the chance of getting a large variety of aviary friends to visit your back yard and feed more frequently.
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