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7 Good Reasons for Playing With Your Cat
Playing reinforces the bond between you and your
cat. Playing with your cat is the best possible way to build
up a bond between the two of you.
I have a business card burning a hole in my Rolodex. It's
from an animal communicator.
Spaying or Neutering Your Dog-Get The Facts... Be Responsible
Bringing a new puppy or dog home is a huge commitment and a
three-fold responsibility. You now have a commitment to
your dog, yourself, and to your community.
Unusual Breeding Behavior in Wild Caught Archocentrus Sajica
I would like to write a few words about my experiences
breeding wild caught Archocentrus sajica and a surprise
that these fish gave me - a surprise that shows the
fascinating and diverse behavior of these animals. I got a
pair of wild-caught sajicas from a friend who had collected
them on a trip.
Bringing Home a Puppy - Be Prepared!
So you just loved that sweet little puppy that you found in
the pet shop. It will keep you company, and give you
kisses, and guard your valuables.
4 Ways In Which You Can Spoil Your Dog Rotten
You spoil your pooch as close to rotten as you can get,
don't you? Hey, who doesn't? It's almost impossible not to,
with those adorable, big, beautiful eyes, the little
lashes, the soft fur just behind the ears? they almost beg
to be spoiled. But what can you really do? There are all of
those new doggie day spas, doggie day cares, and other
doggie luxury services, but how often can you really afford
things like that? I mean, most people rarely have enough
cash in the bank to get themselves a surprise manicure and
pedicure, much less spring for their pups to get a
The Top 3 Tricks Horse Owners Can Use To Un-spoil A Barn Spoiled Horse
It's been weeks since you went riding. Now you have time to
ride this afternoon and there isn't anyone going to stop you.
West Highland Terrier Rescue Dog - What To Expect When You Bring It Home
Congratulations on your choice to bring home a West
Highland Terrier rescue dog. By electing to adopt one of
the rescued Westies, you are giving an older dog a chance
to find a loving new home In many ways, this is simpler than
going through the arduous process of training a westie
Canine Eclampsia, or Milk Fever In Dogs
Eclampsia, or milk fever, is an acute, life-threatening
condition which attacks a brood bitch about 3 to 4 weeks
after whelping puppies. It is more common in the small
breeds of dogs that have had large litters.
Dog Hygiene Basics
Giving your dog a bath is important, but not as critical as
most people seem to believe. If your dog is healthy, he
really doesn't need to be bathed more that once every few
months, but most of us put them in the tub or under the
hose more often to get rid of that doggie smell and look
Cats Make Great Pets If You Understand Them
Anyone wanting a new kitten should be a cat lover. Let's
face it, folks, cats are just different from dogs.
The ABCs of Beaks
Beaks, Bills, Face Knives, Beakers - whatever we want to
call them, they are an integral part of our Hookbills! So,
let's break the beak down into some understandable
lessons: A. Anatomy - What is a beak? It is not "dead"
material, like hair or fingernails - rather, it is a living
organ, the tip of which contains a bundle of sensitive
Canine Communication and Body Language
A couple of years ago a Japanese electronics company came
up with a Gizmo which they claimed could convert dogs
barks, yips and whines into human language, thereby
allowing us to understand "Doggie" speak for the first
time. I was on a radio program recently, discussing the
merits and usefulness of a new dog collar that was also a
Dog House Training
Dog House Training can be simple. To start your dog house
training, the first thing you'll need to do is buy your
best pet friend a nice dog training collar, lead and dog
crate. You should choose one made of nylon or soft leather.
Horse Training Secrets For Busy Horse Owners Short On Time
Picture this. You're late for work one day.
Dog Crate Training: The Basics
Dog crate training is one of the most effective ways of
modifying your pet's elimination habits. If your puppy or
new pet has decided that they want to leave puddles or
other unsightly messes around your house, then taking a
closer look at this method may be in order.
A Guide to Bird Cage Covers
As much as you love the sound of your new little bird, you
probably don't want to hear it at the crack of dawn. If
your feathered friend's morning song is interrupting your
sleep, you might want to buy a bird cage cover.
The Basics of Dog Obedience Training for Your New Pet
Dog obedience training starts even before you get your
puppy in your home. Instead, it starts originally with the
person that you purchased the dog from.
How To Save Money By Testing For Feline UTI Yourself
Do you want to save money, anxiety for your kitty, and
unnecessary trips to your vet? Would you like to know if
your cat is developing crystals in her urine that could
lead to a feline UTI? It's easy to do with this
check-at-home method. If your kitty has been previously
diagnosed with a feline UTI, there's a chance it could
Facts About Rottweilers
Looking for some quick Rottweiler dog facts? Here's a quick
rundown of basics facts about Rottweilers. Vital
Stats: color: Black with distinctive tan markings over
cheeks, muzzle, chest and legs as well as over both
eyes Coat: straight, coarse and of medium length.