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Toys For Your Pet That Are Safe and Fun

There are plenty of toys on the market to keep your favorite pet entertained for hours on end, but there are also a number of factors to consider when purchasing toys for your pet. As with

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Anxiety In Dogs

The article is about the separation anxiety that is experienced by dogs who have become so attached to their owners.

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Diamond In The Ruff -- Meet The Cairn Terrier

The Cairn terrier hails from Scotland, as do its close and outstanding relatives, the Scottish terrier and the West Highland terrier. Much like another cousin, the Welsh terrier, the Cairn is probably an underappreciated breed in the United States, while it remains wildly popular in the old country. But its relative dark horse status is likely just fine with serious Cairn fans.

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Petsafe dog fence

Are you having dog problems in confining your pet dog inside your yard? If your answer is yes then you are one among those pet owners that has the same problem of keeping their pets confined to their yard!

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Know Your Protein Skimmer Before You Buy It

Why are Protein Skimmers Important?

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Teething Blues

One of the things you may, or may not, be prepared for when getting a new puppy is its desire to chew. Often this can be quite destructive depending on exactly how you handle this

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How To Choose The Perfect Dog Name For Your Puppy

So you've brought home your new puppy, it's time to name your new animal friend but you’re running short on ideas. Choosing a name for your dog can be hard if you aren't feeling very creative, so

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The Stylish and Reserved Dog: Scottish Terrier

The Scottish terriers, also known as Scotties, are short-legged British terriers. They are one among other go-to-ground and wire-coated terriers developed in the highlands of Scotland. The Scotties are said to have jaunty attitude so they are often used to represent advertisements of the country to where they originated.

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Bad Dog, Bad Dog, Whatcha Gonna Do? Part 1

On a recent episode of “America’s Funniest Home Videos,” (AFV) one of the top three submissions for the $10,000 prize was a video of the “aftermath” of destruction done to a home by the family’s

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The Versatile Golden Retriever

So you are interested in acquiring a Golden Retriever because you think it is a friendly and good looking dog breed and you have heard that it behaves well with children. Well you are right in

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Dog Training - Sit and Release

Dog training begins with the basic commands. Sit and release are very important and should be taught to every dog. These basic commands will provide the foundation for your dog's obedience

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Considering a Pet Bird? Ask Yourself These 7 Critical Questions

Birds can make wonderful pets and companions and there are many different birds to choose from. Two of the most popular are cockatiels and parakeets. Cockatiels and parakeets make wonderful pets

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Why It Is Essential To Crate Train Your Pit Bull Terrier Puppy Dog

Once you become the owner of a Pit Bull puppy, you will also acquire many new responsibilities as well. One thing that all new owners should do is crate train their puppies. Crate training can be very beneficial to both owner and puppy when done correctly. Crate training will make your first few weeks as a dog owner much easier and more enjoyable.

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What You Should Know About Crate Training - One Of The Most Effective Ways Of House Training Any Puppy Or Dog

The concept behind crate training is that a dog naturally strives to avoid soiling the area where it eats and sleeps. By placing the dog in the crate, this instinct is enhanced. The dog will come to see the crate as its den, and it will try to avoid soiling its den.

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Keeping a Pet Hermit Crab Happy

This article gives basics on hermit crab care by talking about hermit crab food, a hermit crab habitat and other hermit crab information. Land hermit crabs can be very rewarding pet choices and needed to keep the experience positive is basic information about raising a hermit crab. With the tools that this article gives and information that can be found on reputable hermit crab websites such as crabcab.com, anyone can be a great hermit crab caretaker.

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Simple Strategies To Stop Dog Barking

Barking is normal for a dog, and a little bit here and there is ok. However a dog barking all day long can be annoying even to the most patient dog lover. Here are some simple ways to help stop

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Separation Anxiety in Dogs

Separation anxiety in dogs is characterized by desctructive behavior when the dog is left alone. This behavior can include barking, howling, destroying household items, digging, chewing and sometimes urination. Some dogs will literally go into a panic and dig at a door or a window to try and escape and find their owner

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HANDY DOG TRAINING TIPS

Despite what it seems to be from a distance, dog training doesn't need you to be a fearless Hercules, all it asks of you is to keep a few basics in mind. First, establish who the boss is, remind your dog again and again that you are the one on two feet while he is still on all fours, and thus what you say is Gospel and what he barks is not. Second, speak in a tone which oozes superiority, something on the

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Dog Pregnancy Tips

Breeding dogs is an exciting experience. From the time a proper mate is found to the point that the puppies are born, it is crucial to take careful steps to make this successful.

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What’s All The Buzz About Underground Dog Fences?

The new craze on the puppy circuit is underground dog fences. Simply put, underground fences are electronic containment systems designed to teach pets their boundaries while in your yard. They use a small “shock” which is transmitted through an electronic collar. These hidden fences can actually contain your dog within the barrier without forking out the expenses of putting up a fence. While most dogs don’t like being kenneled up for long periods of time while you are working...

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