Training your Foal: the First Attempts at Leading

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training your foal If the horse is used to the headcollar at this stage and seems to let the trainer handle without a problem, the time...

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...

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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...

4 Fitness goal for your horse

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Equine fitness breaks down into roughly four areas: cardio, strength, balance, and suppleness. With those four areas accounted for, a horse in good...

Caring for your Poodle

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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...

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 don’t always act predictably, thereby setting in motion the...

Traveling in the Horse Box

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What do you Know about Homeopathy

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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...

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...

Teach your Dog to Remain in the Sit

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Basic rules of Kitten Training

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Exercise and play to keep your cat active

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How to Travel with a Cat

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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...

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...

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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...

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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...

Training your Foal: the First Attempts at Leading

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training your foal If the horse is used to the headcollar at this stage and seems to let the trainer handle without a problem, the time...

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...

Stress in your Pet Birds

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