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Curbing Your Cat’s Aggression

  • Posted May 14, 2006
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Most cats are not aggressive towards people, but if you have one that is, it can be a nightmare. Cat bites and scratches are not normally as harmful as those from a dog, but it's still not very nice being attacked by a cat as an adult, and even worse if you're a child. Although aggressive cats are nowhere near as common as aggressive dogs, there are still more than 20,000 cases of cat-scratch disease in the United States annually. If you are bitten or scratched by a cat, it's important to cl ...more

Burglar proofing your pet

  • Posted May 14, 2006
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Yes, pets get lost more than they get stolen, but pet theft is becoming more and more of a problem with pet owners. It pays to take some simple and inexpensive precautions that will prevent a tragedy. Such things as tattooing all of your animals, and micro-chipping is an excellent form of pet identification. Remember to keep every gate into your property locked at all times and you may want to even consider some fake security cameras, which are almost guaranteed to deter a thief. Of course, the ...more

Dog Treat Ingredients To Avoid

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There are many websites on the Internet that provide access to dog treat recipes. Many of these recipes are excellent resources for providing your dogs with healthy treats that are affordable and nutritious. As with any information that you find on the Internet, however, you should do quite a bit of your own research before using any of the dog treat recipes. This research should include ensuring that each of the ingredients is not harmful to your dog. This is necessary because many ingredients ...more

My Dog is Lost! What should I Do Now…

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Your dog is lost. You are worried and clueless on how to get started to bring your lost dog home. Follow these tips here and I'm sure it will increase your chances of finding your lost dog. 1. Make sure that your dog is actually lost - Search your house and back yard completely first. Your dog might just be too distracted by his new found toy in the yard. 2. Search around your neighborhood. Most dogs don't usually wander off far from their house. 3. Use your voice - Call out his name when fi ...more

Dog Grooming – Maintaining A Posh Pup

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Dog Grooming - It's Not Just for Poodles Anymore Dog grooming is not simply an aesthetic bonus for our canine friends. Maintaining a regular grooming schedule will help to keep your dog both happy and healthy. Routine dog grooming will ensure that your dog is free of parasites, has healthy skin and a shiny coat, and has good dental health. Of course, the aesthetic benefits are also a plus. Only a true dog lover wants to be around a dirty, stinky dog with bad breath. Proper dog grooming will br ...more

Change Your Thinking to Change Your Dog’s Behavior

  • Posted May 14, 2006
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Bad Behavior is only a Game. I recently changed the way I think about training my dog. I have one of those high spirited dominate alpha males who instinctively thinks he is the leader of the pack and is always testing my authority. I often thought, why is he so challenging, he knows he is not supposed to do that because I've told him "no" a hundred times. Boomer, my dog, likes to steal things and be chased. To him it's a game, a fun activity that he knows will get me going. He takes the ...more

Top Ten Tips For Successful Mating of Your Dog

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Breeding is a noble calling and unless you can improve the breed you should not go for breeding your dog. Despite all of the obvious virtues of breeding articles, no book or article emphasize any person to prepare for breeding. A good intentional pet owner wasn't aware of any genetic complications, unable to identify the signals of struggling bitch or didn't recognize a breech birth! Possibly the dam could be lost as well! Follow these top ten tips to get successful puppies out of your dam and ...more

PREPAIRING TO BRING YOUR NEW PUPPY HOME

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PREPAIRING TO BRING YOUR NEW PUPPY HOME Crates These come in all sizes, depending on your dogs potential. I would discuss with your local supplier. I would recommend one with a divider so as the dog grows so does the space. This is good if adults are going to use cages as well and maybe to use as a birthing den. Travel Carrier Your puppy may arrive in a plastic carrier. They are excellent for travel but NOT recommended for a home crate, For many dogs they are fine, But remember your Lab ...more

Here’s A Quick Check for Feline Urinary Tract Infection

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There's a couple different ways you can tell if your cat has a Feline Urinary Tract Infection (UTI). The most obvious way is if she cries while urinating, you see blood in her urine, and/or she won't use the cat litter box to urinate. If you see this behavior in your cat, please call your vet immediately to get her checked! This is a very painful infection for kitty to suffer through. But here's another way you can do a rough estimate check for a feline UTI before your cat feels the pain. Qui ...more

Some great tips on brushing your dog

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So your pooch is in need of a brushing? Grooming your dog should be a pleasurable time for both you and your dog. Remember that a good brushing as often as possible is going to go a long way in keeping your dog looking and feeling great. After all, brushing isn't for just removing the little nasties that it's fur can pick up. When you brush your dog once a day it will cut down on the shedding dramatically and you will also be aware of any coat or skin problems your pet may have and you may even ...more

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