Pets And Animal Articles
  • by Moses Wright
  • Most new dog owners only consider the dog breed type when they are getting a new dog. This article discuss the pros and cons of choosing a new puppy or adult dog when one is choosing and selecting a new dog.
  • Reading Your Dog like a Book
  • by Jerry Carpos
  • Dogs can not do it all. Unlike us, they are not capable of speaking. This inability to say out loud what they think and feel makes us clueless about everything. Love that pathetic pet-me-till-you-puke face and learn to treat your canine friend accordingly.
  • Adopting A Service Dog - The Absolute BEST Adult Dog You Could Ever Find
  • by Debbie Ray
  • Most people never consider finding a companion that used to be of service to other people, such as a guide dog. If you're lucky enough to adopt a dog that was trained to provide a service for people, or a least adopting a dog that was accepted for such training but did not make it for some reason, you are in for a special treat. Most people aren't even aware that such dogs exist.
  • Horse Show Packing Woes: Advice from Savvy ShowMoms
  • by Kathy Keeley
  • Packing for shows with our children turns out to be one of the most stressful parts of horse showing. In a recent survey, moms reported that the stress of packing and getting ready for a horse show trumped seven other show stressors by a wide margin. Here are some tips to enhance the horse show packing experience:
  • Deworming Your Dog Is Really Important
  • by Debbie Ray
  • If you have a puppy or dog and have not wormed it in some time please consult your veterinarian for more information about deworming your dog or perhaps follow the suggested worming schedule within the body of this article.
  • Dog Emergencies & Your Own Dog First Aid Kit
  • by Debbie Ray
  • If your dog ever receives any kind of injury it is always best that you be aware of what to do in advance (depending on what type of injury the dog has received).
  • Dog Training Tips
  • by Michelle Johnson
  • Having a dog is so rewarding. They give unconditional love, they make you laugh and sometimes owning a dog can be quite frustrating. Here you will learn tips on house training your dog.
  • Signs of EPI in the German Shepherd Dog
  • by Debbie Ray
  • Exocrine pancreatic insufficiency (also called EPI) is a medical condition in which the pancreas stops producing enough digestive enzymes to digest food normally.
  • African Elephant
  • by Emma Snow
  • Not long ago there were over five million elephants on the earth, but there exists now less than a half million. Climate changes, as well as destruction of habitat, and hunting have influenced the number of elephants.
  • If You Feed Your Birds, Will They Become Dangerously Dependent?
  • by Mike Kershaw
  • Does feeding your backyard wild birds make them dependant on you? This article describes how backyard feeding affects the ability of wild birds to survive month to month and over the winter. Thus, you can decide if you want to continue to feed birds in your yard.
  • Money-Saving Tips For Pet Owners
  • by Katie Brown
  • Just like the rest of life, owning is a pet is becoming increasingly expensive so here are a few tips to help you avoid any unnecessary pet costs.
  • Simple yet Powerful Principles for Dog Obedience Training
  • by Moses Wright
  • Obedience training is important and essential to every dog. It not only establishes lines of communication so that you can understand each other better, it is also a bond building process to increase the enjoyment, companionship and satisfaction of your relationship with your dog. This article shows you simple yet powerful principles and tips for effective dog obedience training.
  • How to Puppy-Proof Your House: Safety for Your pup, peace of mind for you
  • by Moses Wright
  • The decision to bring the puppy home is just the first step. You need to get your house ready for him. You're going to have lots to do around the house. After all, puppies are not so different from toddlers and like children, will want to explore all areas of your house. This article teaches you how to puppy-proof your house and the essential supplies you need for the new puppy.
  • by Nancy Dean
  • Caring For Your Dogs Eyes
  • by Nancy Dean
  • Caring for your dogs eyes is an important part of his grooming. Dogs eyes are sensitive just like humans, and need to be taken care of. Different breeds of dogs require different type of care, due to the difference in eye types. There are many different types of eyes, so you may want to speak to your vet for specific instructions. Here are a few free tips for you.
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