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Dachshund Aggression

14th October 2010
Dominance, fear, injury, genetics and disease are all things which could reason Dachshund aggression. You have to deal with Dachshund aggression as soon as you see it, no matter what the underlying cause. Failing to deal with Dachshund aggression could be... Read >
Author: Jonathon lambert

Adopting Abused Dogs: Building Trust

06th October 2010
Of the people who adopt from shelters, only a few will adopt a dog they know has experienced abuse. The fact is, a large number of the dogs found in shelters have been rescued from an abusive situation of one type or another, but the effects of that abuse... Read >
Author: Ron Ayalon

Ways To Stop Poodle Biting

16th September 2010
Tips To Stop Poodle BitingStop Poodle biting is a very usual challenge for people of these lovely and curly minor dogs. The main dilemma is that nearly all Poodle owners let the behavior expand and keep on when the dogs are puppies and maybe they are stil... Read >
Author: Adrian Varhaug

Healthy Ways of Dealing with Frustration

20th May 2010
We have all experienced moments of frustration in modern life. Frustration is usually associated with not achieving what you want in a particular situation. Some level of frustration is expected in our lives, and can even be a useful sign to stop and see ... Read >
Author: Dr. Lori Kay PhD

Ways to Breed Top Quality Flowerhorn Fishes

06th May 2010
Flowerhorn is a huge fish with compressed body; it is able to reach 30cm in length and sometimes can grow up even bigger and intensely famous with regard to its attractiveness and aggression. They're a very physically desirable fish, having dazzling scale... Read >
Author: Tyra Woods

Napoleon Complex or Small Person Syndrome.

06th May 2010
Also called Short Man syndrome, Little Man syndrome or Small Man syndrome. What was originally called the Napoleon complex is a term used in referring to people who are short in stature with a complex regarding that stature. It also refers to people who a... Read >
Author: Mervyn Penny

Facts On Blue Pitbulls

05th May 2010
The increase in popularity of blue pitbulls has been rising the last ten years with the ever-increasing interest in the dogs themselves. The interest is spawned from the media coverage that a pitbull gets when it attacks somebody however ; this fact is pr... Read >
Author: Rachell Brooks

Taking a Quick Look at Typical Frontline Plus Aspect Effects

30th April 2010
The use of Frontline Plus is a must when it comes to fleas and ticks and it can be 1 of probably the most commonly prescribed medications for pets. Making use of fipronil and methoprene as primary ingredients, Frontline Plus' effectiveness in killing flea... Read >
Author: Aubrey Coleman

5 Dog Communication Signs That Are Easy To Misinterpret

27th April 2010
Despite the time we spend with our pets, most humans misinterpret many dog communication signals. We tend to think that dogs have similar thought patterns to ours. Meanwhile, dogs think that we understand their language, too. For humans and dogs to com... Read >
Author: Sylvia Dickens

How to Make an Aggressive Dog Training Fun and Stress-Free

19th April 2010
For centuries, dogs became an important part of our society. And like us, humans, dogs develop diverse and unique personalities. They can be sweet, playful, obedient and what not. Along with these traits, it is also common to come across a canine pet with... Read >
Author: TampaMarketing

Rhodesian Ridgeback Dog Breed Profile

30th March 2010
Description: The Rhodesian Ridgeback is a large, agile, and muscular dog. The dog measures 25 to 27 inches and the bitch 2 inches less. Depending on sex, this dog will weigh between 65 and 90 pounds. The Rhodesian Ridgeback has immense stamina, and can ru... Read >
Author: scott lipe

Learn How To Survive In Prison - An Ex-Con Teaches You 4 Secrets!

14th January 2010
So what do you do to learn how to survive in prison? I will share with you a selection of strategies that you should know and learn to become safer behind bars. Remember that people get victimized especially white, fresh, soft fish. If you are new to jail... Read >
Author: Steve Gib

Emergency Room Nurses Face Increasing Danger

26th November 2009
the Unites States reported verbal harassment and 67 percent reported physical violence. While in Canada, 84 percent of the nurses in the emergency department witnessed verbal harassment once in every shift. While there are 90 percent of them claimed t... Read >
Author: Fritz Poole

Aikido as a Lifestyle

27th October 2009
The modern martial art from Japan called Aikido is often referred to as the "art of peace" because it espouses a quick peaceful end to any form of aggression. In the practice place of Aikido, usually called dojo, students will be able to learn about flexi... Read >
Author: Elvin Rowe

Keeping A Greyhound For A Pet - A Complete Guide

23rd August 2009
So your looking through newspapers and the internet looking for puppies for sale? Perhaps you are looking for a new dog for your family? There are many different dog breeds out there but one breed few people think of is the greyhound. Greyhounds can make ... Read >
Author: Dan Fletcher
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