Commonly kept as house pets, iguanas are the largest type of lizards, native to the Caribbean and Central and South America. Known for their sharp teeth, their sturdy structure and their saggy skin around their throats and spine, these reptiles not only make great companions, but if cared for properly, they can live for about 20 years as pets. Here’s everything to know about iguanas.

The Boxer is one of the favorite dogs in America, and it is easy to know why: this breed is goofy, lively with a very expressive face. But before adopting one, there are some things to check to make sure the Boxer is the pet for you. Here are a few of them.

Known as the typical domestic cat, the American Shorthair makes a great family cat. Easy to get along with other pets and children, the breed also has a very tolerant personality. Here’s a bit of history and a few points to know what to expect when living with an American Shorthair. 

One of the most well-known breed, the Siamese cat is a beautiful, mysterious and spirited oriental animal. Both a companion and show cat, the Siamese is vocal, curious, smart, and easily one of the most popular and in-demand pet. Here are some interesting facts to learn more about this highly recognizable breed.

Known for its silky coat and angelic look, the Yorkshire terrier might be small in size, but has a big personality. The breed, which originated from Scotland before relocating in the city from the same name in England, is also full of interesting facts you might have never heard of. Here are just a few but you can check out our lovely My Yorkshire collection of wallpaper images. Different time, different name Believe it or not, Yorkshire Terriers used to have a different name. Before being brought to England, they were known as Broken-haired Scotch terriers in Scotland for almost a decade. But because most of their development took place in Yorkshire, England, their name changed in 1870 and hasn’t changed ever since. Yorkies’ small size and agility were very helpful during the mid-1800’s, as they were bred for catching rats in mines. They were also effective to borrow underground…