How can I help my dog’s severe separation/anxiety

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Virtually every puppy will prefer your or someone else’s presence rather than being alone. The anxiety of being separated can vary greatly. The normal...

Caring for your Poodle

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Feeding:  What to feed your dog is a hotly contested subject, and there are many strong opinions out there. For those who are interested, two...

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Exercise and play to keep your cat active

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Your cat rouses from a long nap, yawns, and stands on all fours with her feet apart. She exhales while arching her back. Holding this...

Some Treatment for Emotional Stress for Pet Birds

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How does disease arise? Some people remain healthy although they are exposed to potentially harmful bacteria, fungi, viruses, and toxins each day, while others seem chronically...

Pets: What You Can Keep-and Cant

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This article is meant to provide you with a few suggestions as to what pets are Ukely to be a success if kept by...

Information about your Dog’s Health

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It is your responsibility to remain your dog as a match and healthy as potential throughout his life. you want to learn the basic...

Traveling in the Horse Box

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Excursions into the countryside do not spell the end of learning with the mother. Attending different shows can also enrich the life of a foal,...

Getting to Know your German Shepherd

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In 1899, Captain Max von Stephanitz, the founder of the dog breed, said that German Shepherds are bright. They can follow instructions. Due to...

A Look at the Healthy Bird

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When you live with a companion bird, you should spend as much time together as possible during the day. This will enable you to spot problems...

Training Your Foal: Prerequisites and Problems

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Keeping the weanling in a horse-friendly environment is, of course, the prerequisite for training a physically and mentally fit horse. Neither should correct feeding, medical...

Teach your Dog to Remain in the Sit

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WHAT IS STAY?  Stay means that your dog maintains both his position and place until you give him another command or release him. In other words,...

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The best way to introduce my dog to other dogs when we’re out for...

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If you’re asking this question, it can only mean you have some apprehension about meeting dogs when you’re out for a walk with yours....

Information about your Dog’s Health

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It is your responsibility to remain your dog as a match and healthy as potential throughout his life. you want to learn the basic...

Getting to Know your German Shepherd

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In 1899, Captain Max von Stephanitz, the founder of the dog breed, said that German Shepherds are bright. They can follow instructions. Due to...

Basic rules of Kitten Training

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Toilet Training  When a kitten arrives in a new home, it is important to have more...

First-Aid Primer for your cat

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No matter however rigorously you shield your cat, accidents will and do happen. Cats love routine but...

Cat Feeding System

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Kittens and cats need a higher percentage of protein than dogs, i.e. about two times more...

Exercise and play to keep your cat active

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Your cat rouses from a long nap, yawns, and stands on all fours with her...

Pets: What You Can Keep-and Cant

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This article is meant to provide you with a few suggestions as to what pets...

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Traveling in the Horse Box

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Excursions into the countryside do not spell the end of learning with the mother. Attending different shows can also enrich the life of a foal,...

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A Look at the Healthy Bird

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When you live with a companion bird, you should spend as much time together as possible during the day. This will enable you to spot problems...

Stress in your Pet Birds

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A stressed bird will reflect its anxiety in both subtle and overt ways. It may cower in a corner of its cage, or it may...

How can I help my dog’s severe separation/anxiety

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Virtually every puppy will prefer your or someone else’s presence rather than being alone. The anxiety of being separated can vary greatly. The normal...

Some Treatment for Emotional Stress for Pet Birds

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How does disease arise? Some people remain healthy although they are exposed to potentially harmful bacteria, fungi, viruses, and toxins each day, while others seem chronically...