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Training Your Puppy to Fetch

 by yunus on 16 Apr 2015 |
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Playing fetch with your dog is an activity that's immensely enjoyable for the entire family, but if your puppy tends to ignore the ball when you throw it, or won't bring the ball back to you, it can be exhausting!  Although the skill of fetching is ...

5 Surprising Dog Breeds Perfectly Suited for Apartment Living

 by yunus on 08 Apr 2015 |
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By Maggie Park   Many people think that only toy dog breeds are well-suited for apartment living, but this assumption simply is not true. Some small dogs are great in an apartment situation, and some aren't. The best dogs for apartment dwellers are t...

Teaching an Outdoor Cat How to Live Indoors

 by yunus on 19 Mar 2015 |
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Whether you're thinking about adopting a stray or you want to make the cat you already feed into a more permanent member of your family, there are several advantages to bringing an outdoor cat into your home. The outside world is full of hazards for ...

All About Feline Periodontal Disease

 by alexandra on 10 Mar 2015 |
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Sounds very medical and scary doesn't it? Periodontal disease! But what exactly is it? Put simply, it is a form of gum disease and is one of the most common diseases in cats these days. Your cat can be affected by this if food particles and bacteria ...

WATCH: So, So Many Rabbits At Rabbit Island

 by alexandra on 09 Mar 2015 |
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Forget Cat Island- Rabbit Island in Okunoskima, Japan is the latest tourist destination that animal lovers are swarming to. The island is overrun with adorable wild rabbits who hop about the forests, streets and love tourists because tourists tend ...

How To Keep Your Cat From Chewing Cables

 by alexandra on 06 Mar 2015 |
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Every cat is unique. Each has his or her own traits, personalities and habits. Some may even have the very dangerous habit of chewing on power cords. This is often a bad habit picked up as a kitten, and as a responsible cat owner it's up to you to pr...

WATCH: Extreme Dog Shaming

 by alexandra on 05 Mar 2015 |
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As dog owners, I'm sure we can all relate to at least one of these dog shames. The beauty of a dog shaming is that you shame your pooch out of love, and share the frustration that drives you to tears of laughter about what your pooch has just done....

Dealing With Dogs With Incontinence

 by alexandra on 04 Mar 2015 |
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Most people assume that dogs become incontinent with age and while some senior dogs may lose control of their bladders, age is not always the cause. It is important to diagnose incontinence properly so to do this you will need to go to your vet and ...

Involving Children In Caring For Family Pets

 by alexandra on 03 Mar 2015 |
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When it comes time to get a family pet, kids make all kinds or promises about caring for it to the point you won't even notice the animal being in your home at all. Although kids have the best of intentions, the interest of caring for their new pet c...

Dogs And Their Stinky Breath

 by alexandra on 02 Mar 2015 |
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We've all experienced that absolutely horrible stinky breath after being given a big wet one by our dogs. And of course our instinct is to gag and then tell Fido just how aweful that smelled. However bad breath can be an indicator that something is n...

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