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Puppy Training - An excellent way to achieve an accomplished dog

20th February 2013
You could turn out to be frustrated when trying to train your dog, even more so if you just got your him. But should you implement the suggestions supplied here, you'll find out the way to possess a greater relationship together with your dog and also a b... Read >
Author: Lyman Zollo

Introducing Your New Dog To Your Resident Dogs In Seven Easy Steps

30th March 2012
Probably you have heard of kids, brothers and sisters fighting over the attention of their parents or a small child developing sibling rivalry when a new baby was brought home from the hospital. Conflicts and competition between siblings is referred to as... Read >
Author: Clivir Team

The Effects of Violent Computer Games and Too Much Gaming

26th March 2012
Ever since Computer Space came out in 1971, video games have become more and more realistic and life-like. Graduating from primitive 2D graphics to life-like 3D environments, computer games have had an impact on kids, and adults, for more than forty years... Read >
Author: Joel Gray

Autism and Aggressive Behavior - Intervention Strategies for Physical Aggression

09th February 2012
When a child engages in physical aggression, an immediate response is required, especially if the target of the aggression is a person. A lack of preparedness can result in a spontaneous reaction that may exacerbate the aggressive episode. The following ... Read >
Author: Kathy

The Early Symptoms of Menopause

29th September 2011
The symptoms of menopause that go along with this process are physiological changes that happen to each woman in changeable degrees. Menopause and the symptoms of menopause are a natural part of the method of living. Near the beginning signs of menopau... Read >
Author: Ryu Marte

Orange County ADHD Treatment Focuses on Whole Child

11th April 2011
Social skills training Orange County CA camps for children and teens with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder train children and their parents in techniques that help them overcome obstacles and grow to their full potential as individuals and familie... Read >
Author: Quest Camps

TV and Internet: The New Nanny

14th October 2010
Television and internet technology are most influential media entertainment these days. Parents need to adjust with their discipline methods in order to ensure their kidís safety when they use and view shows or site. Kids watch television as early and eve... Read >
Author: Stella Mercado

Three Steps To Control Your Scottish Terrier Biting Habit

11th May 2010
Biting is without a doubt one of the worst behavior problems you can have in a scottish terrier dog. There are so many stories and situations about biting Scottish terriers that one could easily write an encyclopedia on subject. There was this Scot... Read >
Author: junglekid

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

The Workplace Bullying Of Harassments

08th January 2010
I was with the company for 5 years and was already occupying a supervisory position. But then came the new manager with whom I did not see "eye to eye." I just couldn't take it anymore since we didn't share the same views on workplace policies. He didn't ... Read >
Author: Freddy Roy

How to Train a Cocker Spaniel

03rd September 2009
Cocker Spaniels belong in the sporting group of canine breeds. They are very pretty and need regular grooming. This breed of canine is very popular among families with kids because of their temperament and eagerness to obey commands. It is vital to tr... Read >
Author: Ty Brown

Rescue Dog Training - How to Stop Your Rescue Dog From Biting, Nipping, Snarling and Growling

20th May 2009
Certainly the most serious of all negative behaviors a dog can exhibit, biting cannot be tolerated under any circumstances. Understanding the root cause will help you to identify the most appropriate training technique to correct and eliminate this neg... Read >
Author: Bob Hunsicker

Neutering Rabbits-Important Reasons Why You Should Spay Or Neuter Rabbits

01st May 2009
If you own pet rabbits, you might be wondering whether it is a good idea to have them spayed or neutered. The answer is an emphatic yes. This is true even if you only have one rabbit, and there is no chance of your rabbit coming into contact with another ... Read >
Author: Amanda

Anger and Codependency

08th September 2008
Anger is a natural God-given emotion but it can at times get the best of us. It can be an essential device for basic survival, but we need to know how to recognize it so we can learn to convey it in a more appropriate manner than angry outbursts. Anger ca... Read >
Author: Lori Klauser

Adolescents and Martial Arts

03rd May 2008
Teaching teenagers martial arts isn't an easy thing to do simply because them actually BEING teenagers isn't easy! Indeed, teaching them can be a frustrating and stressful experience, as they tend to be less motivated than other age groups, and can prove ... Read >
Author: Jaimie Lee-Barron
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