Pets And Animal Articles
  • Relief From Dog Odor---5 Ways To Minimize Odor From Your Dog
  • by Debbie Davis
  • Loving a dog and living with them in your home should not mean that you have to choose between having a pet and a home that smells good. You can have both. Here are 5 things you can do to stay on top of the odor in your home.
  • Learn The Best Dog Care Advice With These Tips
  • by Mike Zupp
  • We all love to ask for advice. Sometimes we ask about our children, or a house repair, or even financial situations. Asking for advice about dogs is also great, and this article is a perfect place to start. You'll find a ton of tips which really change how you view your dog.
  • Pet Dander Allergies--5 Ways To Minimize Symptoms
  • by Debbie Davis
  • The aggravating symptoms cause by pet allergies are usually triggered by warm-blooded pets such as dogs, cats, birds, ferrets and other cuddly fur balls. So if you know you have allergies fish make nice pets because they have zero dander. But if you've already fallen in love with something other than fish, here are 5 ways to minimize the symptoms your allergies cause.
  • Some Sound Advice For A Healthy Cat
  • by Erika Beyk
  • Cats are quickly overtaking dogs as mans best friend. Cats are incredibly intelligent and built for agile maneuvering along any unusual environment you can imagine. Having such an awesome pet means that they are that much harder to keep entertained during their day. This article will provide only the most awesome techniques for entertaining the most awesome cats.
  • Canine Training Is Easier Than You Think
  • by Maureen Brownell
  • A trained dog is a happy dog. A dog that is well-trained assures that your dog knows exactly what he can expect. A well-trained dog can be left in a house alone is well behaved around visitors and is generally a joy to be around. The time spent training a dog is paid back tenfold during your dog's lifetime. Training is not easy, but it is very rewarding.
  • Travelling With Your Dog
  • by Ted Ellwood
  • Taking your dog along on the family vacation can make the trip more fun for everyone, or it can be a total nightmare. The secret to a successful vacation with the whole family, including humans and canines, is careful planning.
  • Pet Salon Air Filtration----5 Things It Should Take Out Of The Air
  • by Debbie Davis
  • The air in a pet salon is one of the first ways to make a good impression. And because you don't get a second chance to make a good first impression, you need an air cleaner that can remove the usual pollutants that you expect to have with pets. Here are 5 things an effective air cleaner should be able to eliminate.
  • Searching For Dog Advice? Your Search Ends Here
  • by Adrian Callabrero
  • It's a great feeling to own a dog. They are happy, loyal and friendly. They can be great friends to you, your children and your parents. To repay them, you've got to make sure you are doing the best job you can to take care of them. Here are some tips you can use to do that.
  • Importance of a Feeding Schedule in Your Dog's Diet
  • by Harleigh Livingstone
  • What your dog's diet consists of is very important. Your dog's overall health and well being is fueled by excellent food and resources. Did you know that your dog's diet should be following a feeding schedule?
  • Pet Strollers: What Makes DoggyRide Different?
  • by Cecelia Brown
  • The DoggyRide company has been manufacturing dog strollers and dog bike trailers for ten years. They are leaders in the pet stroller industry. They pay extra attention to the details so that owners and dogs can have the best ride.
  • How To Choose The Right Horse Riding Stable
  • by Max Hardy
  • If you're a horse rider, you probably know the importance of a safe shelter for your horse. As it is, you should be careful in choosing the right horse riding stable for you and your pet.
  • Puppy House Training
  • by Ted Ellwood
  • Requires patience, vigilance and consistency on the part of the owner. This puppy house training article will emphasize these three keys over and again. It will also provide you with simple steps that used along with these keys will ensure you are ...
  • Do You Really Need To Train Your Dog?
  • by Maureen Brownell
  • Training a new puppy can be quite a commitment. It can also be a fun and satisfying experience. The sooner you start training that new puppy the better. When your puppy starts to respond to your training you will get a great sense of accomplishment. Training your puppy using positive reinforcements allows you to form a great bond with your puppy and it also helps you to raise a good canine citizen.
  • Walk Your Cat on a Leash
  • by Ted Ellwood
  • This article is intended to help you walk your cat on a leash. We've provided a step by step training guideline that includes some tools, tips and general observations from our own experience to help you successfully walk your cat on a leash.
  • How To Stop Your Puppy From Chewing
  • by Maureen Brownell
  • When bringing home your new puppy it is hard to decide where to start sometimes. Besides the normal training you also need to prevent bad habits like chewing. Your puppy needs to chew so make sure he has appropriate toys to chew on. Make sure you redirect him to his toys anytime you catch him chewing something he is not suppose to chew.
  • All You Have Ever Wanted To Know About Dogs
  • by Tony Shawrtz
  • Having a dog is not really very easy. Similar to kids, dogs have to eat certain food, need physical activity, have to go to a vet, and require cleaning and grooming. Not all the steps to proper dog care are intuitive. You will understand a lot more after you read these tips.
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