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Distemper in Dogs - Home Detection Tips
Distemper: Spotting This Dog Killer Before it's Too Late. Canine distemper is a devastating disease. It often crops up in seemingly healthy pets without any warning.
Pets Looking for Humans, Humans Looking for Pets
Attention breeders, livestock owners and pet lovers! *Pets
looking for humans, humans looking for pets!* A website has
been formed to show your classified for buying or your just
wanting to search for a specific kind of pet. You have
plenty of space for writing what is special about your pet
or what it is that you are looking for in a pet.
Do You Enjoy Watching Your Dog Wear Handmade Dog Scarves Just To Suit Their Personality?
Yes! We love our wonderful and dear Pooches! We care for
them so much that we love to dress them up in all sorts of
dog clothing. Take for instance, a handmade Dog Scarf.
Horse Stable keeping
It is very important to decide whether to keep your horse
with you or choosing a nearby stable that would accommodate
your horse. It all depends upon the size of your property
and the amount of money that you can spend.
Stop Your Dog From Pulling You Down The Street
From the first day of life on a leash, most dogs learn that
by pulling on it, they get to where they want faster. Its
the behavior that so many dog owners struggle with.
Chinese Shar Pei Character
If you have never seen a Shar Pei before, the first
impression might just as well be that of a kind, though
independent, even arrogant clodhopper. Indeed, these dogs
are often arrogant with strangers.
Managing Horse Pasture
A major part of a horse's diet is hay or pasture. A horse
weighing 1000 pounds will eat about 500 pounds each month.
How To Use Horse Training Thinking To Solve Dang Near Any Problem With A Horse
Horse training can be a relatively mysterious subject to
people who have not studied it. Even more mysterious is a
behavioral problem a horse has that causes his owner stress
What You Need To Know To Keep Your Dog Safe In Your Car
Man's Best Friend is a great companion around the home, but
Rover will love joining you on road trips - short or long -
as well. If you've tried taking your dog along in the car
before and met with bad results, don't give up.
Achieving Dog Training Success With The 18 Don'ts Rules
A well-train dog usually leads a happier and healthier life
and its owner also can enjoy a trouble-free life long
companion. Dog training - basic obedience, house and potty
training are therefore essential and important to a dog's
Does Your Bichon Frise Eat His Own Poop?
Hi, I'm Janet Combs. My mother bred and raised Bichon Frises
for 23 years. I have been a Bichon Frise breeder for 13
How to Feed and Care for Orphaned Kittens
Over the last 15 years, I have raised nine orphaned
kittens. Four of them were two weeks old when their mother
was killed; three others were only hours old when their
mother died; two more kittens fell out of the nest in our
barn when they were only a day old.
Dog Health Conditions and Terms You Should Know, Part 3...
Continued from part two. Epilepsy/seizure disorder. When your
Boxer is between 2 to 5 years old, he may develop seizure
West Highland White
Terrier - Picking the Right Breeder
Do you want a Westie as a pet? What are your expectations?
What do you know about the breed? You take time out to know
these answers. Knowing your motives and being sufficiently
educated about the breed, is key to getting the dog that's
right for you.
Canine Diabetes - Does Your Dog Have it?
Canine Diabetes: A Serious Dog Disease That is Completely
Manageable Canine diabetes is a serious disease that causes
there to be too much glucose in the blood. If your pet has
any of the signs, a dog health exam will help you find out
The Background and Use of Clicker Training For Dogs
Presently, and throughout the 1990s a phenomena swept
through the dog-lover's community. It was called "Clicker
Training," and was implemented to teach dogs (along with
horses and cats) that certain behaviors would be awarded,
while others were not.
Sugar Gliders: Tiny Acrobats
In the last decade or so, the popularity of sugar gliders as pets has grown considerably. The small size of these
furry acrobats, their personalities, their plush fur, their large eyes, their agility and their ability to bond closely
with humans have attracted legions of new sugar glider devotees.
Rules of Thumb for Saddle Fit
In compiling some information on achieving a proper fit to
the horse when purchasing a saddle I came across several
"Rules of Thumb" to bear in mind. There's a wealth of
information available on the subject of saddle fitting,
some of it contradictory.
How To Choose A Dog - There Is A Lot To Consider, But A Lot Of Help Too
Choosing a dog is a fun adventure. The search for a new
familial addition is exciting, but it can also be a little
Nutrition and Your Dogs Behavior
Nutrition and Your Dog's Behavior Proper nutrition is the
fundamental basis for every aspect of your dog's life. It
affects their health and longevity by offering an essential
balance of proteins, fats, complex carbohydrates and the
trace nutrients and minerals their bodies need for growth,
repair and the maintenance of a sound immune system.