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- Shih Tzu - Housebreaking By Connie Limon
Here is another article on Housebreaking. Housebreaking does not have to be dreaded or difficult. Establish a routine that accommodates both you and your puppy's needs and your daily schedule. It takes practice, knowledge and repetition on your part.Remember when you are trying to housebreak a new puppy, even those that usually use the backyard sometimes go in the house. The trick is to never give the puppy the opportunity to go in the house. Set aside several days to housebreaking and re…
- I Hate To Say That I Told You So
I created the Perverted Perfection Website at http://politics.billknell.com so that people could get another view of all things political. Apart from Left, Right or somewhere in between, there is the fact that politicians have been steadily increasing their control over our lives. That control has nothing to do with any of the knee jerk issues or colorful people we love to hate on either side of the aisle in government. It’s all about CONTROL and always has been.Despite any moves in either polit…
- Tropical Fish Breeding for Beginners - Guppies and Swordtails By Mike Magnum
Breeding tropical fish can be a lot of fun. Try your luck at breeding livebearers such as guppies or swordtails.Equipment Needed:
Breeder Box or Breeder Net
5 or 10 gallon tank for the baby fish or a tank divider that you can use for your main tank.
A pair - 1 female and 1 male, 2 females to 1 male works even betterTwo of the more popular tropical fish for beginners has to be Guppies and Swordtails. Guppies and Swordtails are livebearers which means that their babies come out…
- Pet-Rabbit Information – What Is Domesticated Rabbits? How To Care For Your Pet-Rabbit? By Lay Peng Goh
Domesticated rabbits are one of the most popular pets, apart from dogs and cats. They look attractive, lovely, gentle, friendly and cute. They are easy to take care and undemanding in terms of care and housing. They will settle well either indoor or outdoor, at home.There are 40 species of rabbits and hares worldwide. All domesticated rabbits are originated from European rabbits. The scientific name for domestic rabbit is Oryctolagus cuniculus.Typically, domesticated rabbits weigh between 2.2-…
- Bottle Feeding Orphan Shih Tzu Puppies
Nursing bottles for orphaned Shih Tzu puppies can be obtained through the veterinarian, pet supplier, wholesale catalogs or the internet. You should purchase several nipple styles to see which works best for you and your Shih Tzu.
Shih Tzu puppies can become colicky just like human newborn babies. Be careful about allowing a Shih Tzu puppy to ingest air when either tube or bottle feeding. Always turn the bottle and nipple end down, before offering it to the Shih Tzu puppy. All the air in the bot…
- Prevent Feline UTI With a Raw Food Diet (Part I) By Nancy Wigal
A feline Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) often causes cats to stop using their litter boxes. This is a very painful condition for kitty. Using her logic, she thinks that because it hurts to use the litter box, maybe she should urinate someplace else. It might not hurt to urinate in another part of the house. And so the problems begin...Feline UTIs are quite preventable and treatable. Your vet will prescribe antibiotics to clear up the infection. But the deeper cause is most often the food your c…
- Hamsters Make Cute and Adorable Pets By Mike Yeager
Hamsters are soft, furry and small. They make wonderful pets because they can be entertaining and educational while living in their assigned home. Hamsters are very inquisitive and curious, just watch their twitching sniffing nose, which is constantly assessing and analyzing the environment.The pet supplies needed for pet hamsters is minimal. A simple cage, some bedding and a running wheel make up the basic furniture. Add in some food and water and your pet will be content. Be sure to include …
- What Are the Treatment Options for Canine Hip Dysplasia?
There is no real cure for canine hip dysplasia (CHD) just yet, but there are conservative or non-surgical ways to relieve its symptoms. These include the use of drugs to relieve pain and inflammation. Rimadyl, Ectogesic and Deramaxx are effective and have given a lot of suffering dogs the relief needed to live a normal life. Weight loss programs, controlled exercise and physical therapy are also very effective in certain cases.
When conservative treatment is not enough, the only other option is …
- Give Your Dog a Sexy Makeover By Disney Pieces
How's your dog looking these days? Running through puddles, rolling in mud, and fighting off fleas can leave any dog looking drab. But it doesn't have to be that way. And you don't have to spend a lot of money to have a fabulous looking dog.
Follow these tips and your dog will be the "cats meow"!The most essential part of the process is perfecting the coat.
You want your dog to have a shiny, healthy coat that leaves people in awe.Before you go and buy brushes, expensive shampoo and cute bows; …
- Dog Lover Gifts By Adriana Copaceanu
Whether you are searching for something to say "Happy Birthday" or "Merry Christmas" a dog owner will agree that dog lover gifts are always among those most cherished and appreciated.Many times, a dog lover's gift is designed with a specific breed in mind; among the various popular breeds owned include the following:Beagles
Jack Russell Terriers
Shih-Tzu The type of dog an owner has often is a reflection of …
- No More Stillborn Kittens - Know How To Care For A Pregnant Cat
‘I named all kittens, although they were all stillborn.’ ‘My pregnant cat has a bloody vaginal discharge.’ ‘I had a litter of five, but only one kitten survived.’These are only a few of the horror stories I received the past weeks. Cat lovers that had hoped for a healthy litter, suddenly found themselves with stillborn kittens or an ill mother cat. There’s a lot that can go wrong when cats are pregnant or give birth, even when most cats deliver without major problems.Among the dozens of possible…
- Listen Up to Raise a Great Pup! By Jillian Gregory
The cute, loveable puppies you see prancing down the street with their owners has got you thinking. You want a puppy. You want the unconditional love and happiness that caring for a puppy can bring. However, you are not quite sure where to start your quest to find the perfect puppy. Friends and family have told you that different types of dogs are appropriate for different life styles. How can you figure out how a puppy will fit into your life? It is as simple as listening to the following aud…
- Rules of Thumb for Saddle Fit By William Savage
In compiling some information on achieving a proper fit to the horse when purchasing a saddle I came across several "Rules of Thumb" to bear in mind. There's a wealth of information available on the subject of saddle fitting, some of it contradictory. It's easy for the first time (or even second time) saddle buyer to get confused . The following Rules of Thumb are designed to help a prospective buyer get pointed in the right direction.The Rules :Rule of Thumb #1: All saddles don't fit all…
- With Understanding Comes Success
One of the reasons I strongly encourage horse owners to train their own horses rather than ship them away to a professional trainer is familiarity. Quite simply, an unfamiliar party will not understand your horse nearly as well as you, and this understanding of a horse is the backbone of any successful training plan. This is not to suggest that all horse trainers are clueless individuals that bumble along hoping to do something right, because most professional trainers will take the time to unde…
- Buying a Horse By Randall Holman
A horse is a companion like no other…it feels very mystical when you get a horse that’s right for you…If you are venturing out to buy a horse, then that means you have done all of your homework and have researched and understand all that is involved in horse ownership—you are aware of the long-term commitment required and know the responsibility and costs involved in owning a horse. And you have made arrangements to provide a suitable home for your new horse.That said, you will want to have s…
- 7 Simple Ways To Safe Guard Your Dog This Summer! By Venkata Ramana
If you have a hard time in summer imagine how it must feel
under a fur coat! here are some simple tips to help your dog beat the heat.1) Bob The HairIf you have a shaggy dog like a pomeranian, Pekinese or any such variation then listen up. Your dog needs a hair cut. Tha hair should be cut with scissors and not shaved. Do not cut around the whiskers but you can carefully trim around the eyes.The less hair on your dog the cooler he will keep. If you have a short haired dog no need for a trim.2) …
- Pet Loss: Should You Clone Your Cat? By Gary Nugent
Clone a Cat, Go To Jail
...or at least pay a fine. That's the goal of animal welfare activists who announced recently that they are seeking state and federal restrictions on the small but growing pet-cloning industry.The effort has been spearheaded by the American Anti-Vivisection Society [AAVS] (in suburban Philadelphia), and takes aim at companies such as Genetic Savings and Clone Inc., the California company that began to fill orders for cloned cats last year. The clones - which have sold …
- Petting a Dog is Good For Both of You By John Bash
Studies have shown that regularly petting a dog brings a person the following benefits:
Lower blood pressure
Lower risk of heart disease
Improvement in chronic illnesses (such as Alzheimer's or AIDS)
Improvement in emotional condition -- easing of stress, sadness, and pain.
A lot of that is common knowledge. Pick up any book on pet ownership and it will tell you these things. But what about the dogs themselves?
Well, a recent study at the University of Missouri showed …
- Grapes, Nuts, and Your Dogs Health -- Foods that Fido should Avoid By Carolyn Schweitzer
"Magoo was a big, playful Labrador retriever who often got himself into sticky situations..."So begins a story in the latest report from the ASPCA on foods that may be toxic to dogs. It turns out that Magoo got into the pantry and snagged himself about a pound of raisins. He ate the whole thing, of course.The ASPCA never mentions Magoo's fate. But they do tell us that as little as a handful of raisins can impair a dogs health and has been fatal for some. Ditto for the grape.Who Knew?Growing up…
- A Guide to Bird Cage Covers By Ken Marlborough
As much as you love the sound of your new little bird, you probably don’t want to hear it at the crack of dawn. If your feathered friend’s morning song is interrupting your sleep, you might want to buy a bird cage cover. Though not an absolute necessity, covers have some definite advantages.First of all, a bird cage cover blocks the cool air, keeping your bird warmer in the winter. It also blocks some sound, and may help your bird rest easier. Perhaps most importantly, the bird cage cover keep…
- What You Should Know About Your Puppy And Play Biting By Amy Howells
The main ways a puppy will play with another dog or puppy are chasing, wrestling, and biting.When your puppy eventually becomes separated from his littermates, he will most likely carry on his playful behavior with you and your family members. This is often the cause for most puppies trying to bite our hands, or clothing. This behavior usually happens when your puppy is excited and wants to play, rather than a sign of aggression.You see, to your new puppy, play biting is a very exciting game. …
- Care for Your Dog's Ears By Ruth Bird
I have had Goldens and Black Labs for many years, and they are well known for ear conditions. But remember, no matter how efficient you are in caring for your dog’s ears, serious conditions may still arise. Also, beware when your dog flaps its ears too much; this can cause a hematoma, which I will discuss a little further on. My Golden had to be operated for this.Regular inspection of your dog’s EarsBy performing ear inspections you will be able to detect problems early. Use both your eyes …
- Decorating for The Cat Owner - How to Protect Your Possessions By Joey Lewitin
The first thing a cat owner should know about home décor is to keep it simple. Cats are completely convinced that they are in charge, that the house and its possessions belong to them, and that they have every right to break rip or shred anything they like. Even a well trained cat (a possible oxymoron) will occasionally get overzealous, and with an inadvertent sweep of their tail will knock your favorite decoration from its place to a pile on the floor.This disregard for your possessions, over…
- How to Groom Your Horse By Björn Tengrootenhuysen
Grooming means taking care of the physical maintenance of the horse. The sight of a well-groomed horse gives immense pleasure to true horse lovers. The process of grooming also brings the owner close to the horse, who in turn gets the feeling of being taken care of. The horse is an incredible creature, and if it looks good, there’s nothing like it!Naturally, horses have a tendency to groom themselves. They do it by their tongue, by scratching, rubbing against trees etc. However, no matter how …
- Are You Really Ready For a Boxer Dog? By Amy Howells
The answer is "no" if you are the type who mostly leave your dog on a chain. Boxers require much of your love, attention and companionship although they are easy to take care of. One Boxer-lover even said to never get one as pet if you work full time!Another point to consider is that the costs for food, training, grooming, medical care, toys and other supplies do add up.
Still, for many years now, the Boxer has ranked in the top 10 of favorite purebreds by the American Kennel Club, numbering …
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Dogs and Children – What Parents Need to Know to Prevent Dog Bites By Shannon Emmanuel
Dogs and children are a perfect fit. They are what fond memories are made of and part of a joyful childhood. But sometimes tragedy does strike. What should you do to prevent an accidental attack?The first caution for parents is to NEVER leave very young children (pre-school age - under six) left unattended with a dog. If you trust your dog then you likely do not believe that the dog will suddenly choose to attack. However, the dog is not much different than a small child itself. If a dog is un…
Can Dogs See Dead People?
Can Dogs See Dead People?By Bill Knell“I see dead people.” Uttered by actor Haley Joel Osment in M. Night Shyamalan’s The Sixth Sense, it has become one of the most famous lines in movie history. Although the film was based on a fictional story, we have all seen those people on television who claim they can see or communicate with the dead. Would it surprise you to learn that dogs may also possess that ability?One of the oldest known paranormal beliefs is that dogs have the ability to see or com…
Scottish Terrier Dogs - Important Facts
Scottish Terriers are short-legged dogs, at a height of ten to eleven inches, comparatively heavy-boned, yet deceivingly trim. They are agile and sporty pets. Moreover, their intelligence, playfulness and loyalty make them popular pets.Historically, they were the first standard for their breed, back in 1880. So even today, when someone says Terrier, what comes to mind is the Scottish Terrier.This breed originated in Scotland and is ubiquitously recognized as an icon of the Scottish Culture. Sti…
Dog Parks: Pros and Cons By Paul Owens
Dog Parks. What a great idea! Imagine being able to take your buddy to a big, open field and letting him or her safely play and run around with dozens of other dogs. What a great way to provide exercise, especially for those rambunctious, high-energy teenagers that often become destructive and “self-employed” at home when they have nothing else to do. How many of us have come home to torn sofa cushions, shredded plants, neighbors complaining about incessant barking, etc.?Dog parks can provide …
Using Dog Leash Training to Control Your Pooch By Kevin Simmons
Many pet owners don’t like using a leash, for a wide variety of reasons: “My dog stays right next to me.” “He pulls the leash too much.” “My dog wants to explore on his own terms.” “I feel like a leash restricts my dog, and I don’t believe in that.”However, in order to keep your dog safe, you require control of your pet. Your dog also needs to know this, to ensure he’s aware who the boss is. And, once you train your dog to not pull on his leash, or other bothersome behaviors (take a course thr…