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How to Create a Bird-Friendly Yard

Posted by Anida Leeds

How to Create a Bird-Friendly Yard

Homeowners who landscape with native plants and trees such as maples, oaks, asters, cherry trees, and sunflowers are planting bird food factories. Native trees and plants grow faster and ship caterpillars in bulk by providing the complete ecosystem. The flowering and fruit-bearing trees make regular deliveries of seeds and fruits that help fuel bird migrations over multiple continents and thousands of miles.The plants and trees in our yards are just as useful as the bird feeder you put up in wintertime because the plants are making the food that feeds the birds in the summertime. We are going to provide...

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Home, Garden, Farm Supply and of Course Cats and Dogs

Posted by Anida Leeds

Home, Garden, Farm Supply and of Course Cats and Dogs

Shop Not Just For Pets for the best pet supplies ranging from pet food, toys and treats to litter, aquariums, farm supplies, and pet supplements plus everything you find in the big box home improvement stores! If you have a smart pet - or soon will - you've come to the right place. Shop for all of your home decors and pet needs at Not Just For Pet's online pet store. We have the lowest prices and the BEST customer service! Recommendations differ on what diet is best for dogs. Some people argue dogs have thrived on leftovers and scraps from their human...

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How To Properly Remove Animals

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How To Properly Remove Animals

Start with identifying the type of wild animal. Household pests will differ based on your current location. Pitter patter, vocal noises, scratching sounds or the dreaded and scary noises in the attic, no it's not Casper or Slimer having a party, its some animal living rent free and damaging your belongings. Solve your pest problems with animal control officer if our quick guide below doesn't help. 1. Bats - All the bats get excluded alive, which is the only practical and useful way to remove a colony from home. The seal-up job must be perfect. I would highly recommend an...

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A Beginners Guide to Caring for a New Pet

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A Beginners Guide to Caring for a New Pet

Owning a pet is a joy, privilege, and responsibility. If you are considering bringing a new companion into your life, think seriously about the commitment that being a responsible pet owner entails. Train Your Pet the Right Way from Day 1 The second you looked at your little creature, you were smitten. But while your new pet may be all licks, nibbles, and cuddles now, it takes work to turn that bundle of love into a perfect pet. You'll need to train it, giving it the tools needed to interact with people and other animals throughout its life successfully. Here's how...

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How to Prepare Your Lawn & Garden for Spring

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How to Prepare Your Lawn & Garden for Spring

When winter is finally over, which means it’s time to put away the snow shovels and start thinking about spring projects, such as your lawn. These spring cleanup tips will prepare your garden and yard for spring and the heat of summer to come. You will promote plant growth by adding organic matter to your garden soil; plant roots will begin to eat up all natural materials when the soil temperatures start to rise. Winter weather can leave your grass, shrubs, and trees weak and hungry, especially after months of lying dormant under a blanket of ice and snow. If...

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DIY & Tools: Holiday Gift Guide

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DIY & Tools: Holiday Gift Guide

Whether you're looking for a stocking stuffer or a gift to slip under the tree, our top tool picks will help you shop for the tool-loving handyman or woman in your life. We gathered your information and your home improvement suggestions to put together some holiday gift ideas. Yard Tools It's tool time: If your backyard is your pride and joy and your home's curb appeal is the envy of all your neighbors, you know that a beautiful yard does not take care of itself. Not Just For Pets makes it easy to find the perfect yard tool gifts to...

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How To Do a Proper Fall Yard Cleanup.

Posted by Anida Leeds

How To Do a Proper Fall Yard Cleanup.

Autumn means football games and visits to the haunted houses and cider shacks, and it's time to winterize your lawn. Yard cleaning with the right preparation now will save you time and energy when spring pops up and will keep you and your family safe in the yard year-round. Proper lawn care starts before the cold weather. Make sure you get the most out of your yard next year by following our fall cleanup musts to do a proper fall yard cleanup. Till the vegetable garden After the final harvest, pull out old vegetable plants, remove debris, and completely till...

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