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Important tips about training your dog

15th May 2013
Training your dog can have numerous advantages. It might make your dog act improved and assist you turn into much better at being a pet owner. The ideas beneath can help you train your dog correctly. You are going to see that you have gained something fro... Read >
Author: Marlo Dayal

Awesome Ways to Get Rid of Stinky Dog Urine Odor

14th July 2011
Getting rid of odors is one of the things that homeowners should worry about because proper hygiene is important in keeping the household healthy. Dog urine odor, for instance, can be disgusting for some pet owners because such distinct odor is really str... Read >
Author: chrifjcrba

Get Rid of your Pupís Bad Attitude with Puppy Training

19th May 2011
Youíve recently got the cutest puppy ever and you canít help but be a doting pet owner. But when your pet turns out to be misbehaving, he or she is not that cute anymore. Subjecting your pet to puppy training could be the best thing that you could ever do... Read >
Author: Nazima Golamaully

Fashionable Dog Clothing and Current Market Trends

15th May 2011
Every pet owner, especially the dog owners want their pet look great and that is why they are taking multiple measures for making the dogs look fashionable. Such fashion trends are always there in the market and they change from time to time depending on ... Read >
Author: brainrobin

grooming vacuum

07th September 2010
A pet grooming vacuum is a good way to keep the pet from shedding and leaving fur all over the place. A grooming vacuum is the simplest way to groom your pet, yourself. This grooming product helps to hold your home, car, and clothes clean from pet fur. Re... Read >
Author: AC9333

Turtle Information - How to Handle Your Pet Turtle

27th April 2010
With all the great turtle information available today, the proper care and handling of your new pet should be simple to master. Although the turtle may seem like a shy and docile creature that hides inside its shell, it can, if provoked, use its beak and ... Read >
Author: Karma Williams

Boa constrictors as pets

22nd March 2010
If you quite fancy being a pet owner, then you may have given some consideration as to adopting a boa constrictor as a pet. However, it is imperative that you come to appreciate that caring for a boa takes commitment and they require a considerable amount... Read >
Author: billydeakin

Old Cat With Bladder Infection - What to Do and How to Help

08th January 2010
It is not uncommon to have an old cat with bladder infection issues. In fact, it is somewhat commonplace for pets, especially felines, to experience various types of bladder infection. Elderly cats are simply more prone to this condition. There are a numb... Read >
Author: Jeff Grill

What to Do If a Cat's Urine Has Crystals

07th January 2010
Diet can have a tremendous affect on the health of pet's urinary tract. In the recent past, crystals in cat urine were diagnosed at a much higher rate than they are today. These stones or crystals were made up of struvite, which also goes by the name magn... Read >
Author: Jeff Grill

Bloated Betta Fish - How to Cure Your Betta Fish's Bloating

29th December 2009
Listen up, fellow pet owner! If you have a bloated betta fish, should you be panicking? Is he terminally ill? Or is there a cure? Fortunately, if your betta is bloated, this is, in no way, a cause for immediate worry. This problem can be easily reso... Read >
Author: Jacques Pontiere

Effective Pet Urine Odor Removing Home Remedies

29th September 2009
Once a dog or cat or any other animal urinates on the carpet they will continue to pee there. This is why it is called marking. The dog will continue to pee there. This act of urination not only leaves stains but also a nasty and horrible smell. Every pet... Read >
Author: Tom A Holen

Why do Puppies Whine?

18th August 2009
‚ÄāBecoming a pet owner of a new puppy is one of the most fun and exciting things that you will do. It can be both an adventurous time as well as challenging. So what do you do when the dog behavior gets out of control and your new addition to the family ... Read >
Author: Ed Nodelman

Dog Depression/Dullness ‚Äď Symptoms of Grief and Loss

09th July 2009
Dogs suffer from dullness or depression when they are unwell. Typically, dog dullness/depression is symptomatic of infections that lead to high temperature making the dog weak. A common dog health problem includes dog depression. It's fairly common to n... Read >
Author: Thierry babineaux

Canadian Lawyers and Laws on Veterinary Malpractice

12th June 2009
We're all familiar with medical malpractice in the common sense where an impetuous surgeon misplaces a scalpel or two inside a patient's chest cavity... but what about pets? As it turns out, more and more cases are surfacing involving the death of a pet d... Read >
Author: Kevin Johnson

Going Flying With Your Dog

17th April 2009
A pet owner must research the many requirements before taking a dog on an airplane. Different airlines have slightly different regulations, but most airlines follow the same basic set of rules in regards to flying with a dog. One universal rule is tha... Read >
Author: Judd Snell
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