Pets And Animal Articles
  • Building H Braces for Field Fencing
  • by David Watterson
  • Traditional H braces on the east coast were notched with to help support the horizontal post, and sometimes notched to provide the brace wires a channel to slide in. We want to compare the old way and the new way to construct H braces for farm fencing, showing the advantages and disadvantages of each.
  • Alpaca And Dog Fencing - Use Redbrand Wildlife Fence
  • by David Watterson
  • Alpaca Wildlife fencing is inexpensive to purchase and easy to install. Redbrand wildlife fence comes in four, five and six foot heights and is lightweight. A good choice for Alpaca fencing, fencing around a garden area, and would be very good pet fencing for dogs.
  • Noise Pollution - Altering the Behavior of Birds Adversely
  • by Smith Baker
  • Humans believe that only they are affected by the hazardous toxic waste around them, but birds are not alien, they are severely affected by the noise pollution. Contamination causes them to suffer from behavioral and psychological stress to sound exposure especially the natural sounds such as waterfalls and streams.
  • A Guide To Buffalo Grass Maintenance
  • by River Mifsud
  • Warm season turf grasses such as buffalo grass have the merit of active growth during the hot months of between December and February. Unlike the cool season grasses, buffalo grass shows more resistance to drought stress due its smaller leaf surface area and intensive, deep root system. Due to its unique nature, routine maintenance for this type of grass is different from the cool season grasses. Below is a guide to buffalo grass maintenance.
  • Ancient Birds Had Teeth
  • by Smith Baker
  • It is a well-known fact that birds do not have teeth. Birds just like anteaters and turtles don't possess any teeth for chewing their food. However, according to a new study, this was not always the case.
  • Pest Control
  • by Robert Mixon
  • Termite and pest control is not at all glamorous; don't think about being ghost-busters and get acclaimed on work complete. You come get the pests and get paid; your job is done. Still, you will be amazed at how many of the pest control technicians find their jobs much more interesting then the office goers.
  • Teaching Your Fido to Fetch
  • by Scott Clearfield
  • Playing fetch with your dog is good fun and exercise for both of you, but doesn't always happen without a little training. Learn how to teach your dog to be a first class retriever.
  • Dog and Baby: Getting to Know Each Other
  • by Scott Clearfield
  • Preparing your dog for the arrival of a new baby can make things easier at an already busy time. Learn what to do before and when your new baby arrives to allow your dog to enjoy the event as much as you.
  • Have a Nice Walk With Your Dog
  • by Scott Clearfield
  • A walk with your dog should be an enjoyable bonding time for you and your dog, as well as getting some good exercise. Learn the steps to go from struggling with a dog that pulls to a dog that walks with you.
  • Help for Your Anxious Dog
  • by Scott Clearfield
  • Is your new dog showing signs of anxiousness or fearfulness? Such behavior can make life difficult for both of you and will likely get worse if left untreated. Learn how to recognize this problem and some methods of treatment. Both you and your dog will benefit!
  • Tips For Choosing The Best Dog Trainer
  • by Mel Noel
  • With a lot of dog trainers out there, it can be tough trying to select the best one for your canine. Trying to determine which dog trainer is the best qualified to train your pet dog can be an uphill struggle.
  • Animal Breeders Guide to Online Marketing
  • by Ron Schepers
  • You love your animals and you want others to love them too, so you decide to promote them on the internet in order to help future doting pet owners or breeders to find you! It is a great idea, especially considering the majority of people search for, and buy, products online. It also means people worldwide can discover the animals and products that your offer. This articles gives some ideas as to where to start.
  • Control The Pests In Your Home And Yard With These Tips
  • by Samson Williams
  • It may feel overwhelming if you have pests living in your home. A lot of the time you'll think they're growing in numbers even while you're doing everything possible. Keep reading this article if you feel this way. Do fruit flies start coming back after you get rid of them? Your drain could be causing your pest problem. Place plastic wrap over your drain, keep it there for a handful of days,
  • Things You Should Consider When Going Deep Sea Fishing
  • by Samson Williams
  • Fishing has been around for thousands and thousands of years. Every fisherman knows the serenity of fishing on a sunny day, as well as the tense excitement of the first bite. Fishing may be an old hobby, but it's constantly evolving, offering you new and exciting ways to improve every trip. Following is some advice that may help you be more successful with your fishing.
  • Dog Training Tips That Will Keep You And Your Dog Happy
  • by Samson Williams
  • There are a number of reasons for having a pet dog. A lovable pup may have caught your eye and you just couldn't say no. It should go without saying that an obedient dog is the ideal dog. Training your dog is essential. You will find great tips below that will help you to properly train your dog.
  • Use These Ideas To Tackle Your Home Pest Problem
  • by Samson Williams
  • When you first see signs of pest infestation, it can be unsettling. All kinds of pests can come inside your home in mere seconds. Cleaning your home is the best way to keep the pest away, but it will not entirely protect you. This article will go over some of the ways you can use pest control to get rid of pests. Use steel wool to prevent rodents from entering your home through holes in the wall. While rats and mice can chew through them,
  • Dog Training And You
  • by Samantha Knowles
  • Did you just get a puppy? Or do you have a dog that has no manners? Either way, a well-trained dog is a must in order to have a successfull and happy dog experience. Here are some great tips to train your dog or puppy:
  • Do Bark Collars Work
  • by M Area
  • If you have been asking, "Do bark collars work?" you've come to the right place
  • Can Anyone Train A Dog?
  • by Samantha Knowles
  • We have a problem. Our family has just acquired a new puppy and we don't know anything about them. It is our first one and after countless nights of begging, pleading, and whining, I finally gave in to my two older kids. Keep in mind that we not only have a puppy but we have a toddler - the plot thickens. What am I supposed to do with a puppy and a toddler?
  • Help for Your Anxious Dog
  • by Scott Clearfield
  • Is your dog showing signs of anxiousness or fearfulness? Such behavior can make life difficult for both of you and will likely get worse if left untreated. Learn how to recognize this problem and some methods of treatment. Both you and your dog will benefit.
  • Helping You Understand The World Of Cats With These Simple Tips
  • by Samson Williams
  • A cat is a great pet for anyone to own. Those who have never owned a cat before would be wise to read the following article. Continue reading for some advice you can use when you live with a cat. Don't leave drape cords near your cats. Don't let the cat play with them since they can jump into them or play with them and get them around their neck if they have loops.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 ... 195 next
Build SEO
Click here for information on how to create the type of site Google LOVES, while building your authority, influence and visibility.