Pets And Animal Articles
  • Start your own Pet Apparel Line
  • by Robert Jean Louis
  • Discover the power and financial freedom achieved by starting your own pet apparel line or selling Pet apparel.
  • A Cat of a Different Color
  • by Gary Kurz
  • A humorous story for those who love dogs and all the shenanigans they get into. This is a true story good for human interest publications.
  • Dog Behavior Problems - How to Live With Your Dog
  • by Carol Stack
  • Often dog behavior problems are caused by boredom. Is your dog left alone all day or left alone for hours at a time? Is your dog confined to the backyard rather than allowed in the house?
  • How to trim your cat's nails
  • by Mike Ray
  • Step by step guide to trimming your cat's nails. Indoor cats especially need their nails trimmed. Here's how to do it in an easy, fun way.
  • Pets in Peril
  • by Gary Kurz
  • Over 20 million animals pass or are lost in the United States each year. Many pass as a result of some tragic happenstance that befalls them. Pet people can remove many of the dangers that their pets face if they are willing to be proactive in their responsibilities.
  • A Mini-Tribute to Pets
  • by Gary Kurz
  • Pets are amazing creatures. They give and give and give again and expect so little in return. We often focus on the heroics of pets that make the news and celebrate all of them vicariously through the one that becomes a public star, but again, each deserves the spotlight. Here is yet another area of life where animals serve mankind in a very special way.
  • Have your cat come when called
  • by Mike Ray
  • Cat secrets tips covering how to teach your cat to come when called, and do any behavior with a verbal trigger.
  • Have You Outgrown Your Horse
  • by Ron Petracek
  • This article tells you how to recognize when you've outgrown your horse. And what to do if you have.
  • Don't You Be No Ugly Pet Owner
  • by Gary Kurz
  • Too many of us who love our pets do not take full advantage of the short time they have with us.. Learn from the mistakes of the author about just how important it is to make good memories before it is too late.
  • The Mastiff - Calm, Loyal and Good-Natured Giant
  • by Carol Stack
  • If there was ever a gentle giant, this dog is it. The Mastiff loves everybody and everything, especially his family. They are an especially good dog with children and make an excellent dog breed for a family.
  • Should You Have A Dog House?
  • by Charles Dibble
  • Many pet owners deliberate the question of whether or not to have a dog house. Regardless of the type or size of your dog or if it is an outside or inside pet there are practical reasons for providing your pet with a dog house.
  • How to Train Your New Dog
  • by Darell McKissick
  • Face it, nobody likes a dog that doesn't listen and behave. But everyone loves a dog that sits and stays on command. If you have a barker or a jumper, it can be quite frustrating watching the dog ignore you every time company comes over. It's almost embarassing.
  • Foalhood Septicemias
  • by Ron Petracek
  • With the foaling season nearing, it is important that you are prepared to prevent the bacterial infections that may be life threatening to newborn foals. Learn more about foalhood septicemias so you can be prepared when your little one hits the ground.
  • The Chow Chow - Intelligent and Independent
  • by Carol Stack
  • The Chow Chow is one of the varieties of dogs that come from China. Other China dogs include the Shar-Pei and the Pekingese. Each is very different and very unique.
  • How We Moved from Local Shows to Circuit Shows
  • by Kathy Keeley
  • Our family became involved in horse showing when we started out in local farm shows and then moved to local association shows and onto regional and national AAA circuit shows. We gained valuable insight along the way, had to upgrade our horses and our tack, and had to develop a single-minded focus for all involved.
  • Medical Conditions Affecting Large Breed Dogs
  • by Jim McKiel
  • There are many ailments and conditions that are more prevalent in large breed dogs. Until further medical studies can be conducted and a pattern of inheritance established for these ailments and conditions, dogs that have a risk for these diseases will be said to have breed predisposition.
  • How to Get Organized for a New Year of Horse Shows
  • by Kathy Keeley
  • In late January, we start organizing lists and beginning to plan what has to be done for the upcoming season. We start sorting, cleaning, and reorganizing our show items and develop joint lists and distribute the work. Here's how we divide our tasks:
  • Echidnas
  • by Emma Snow
  • Scientists have not been able to determine the number of echidnas in existence in the world, and have officially listed them as a protected species. It may take time, but hopefully technology will continue to aid us in the understanding of this primitive, perplexing creature.
  • Grooming Your Puppy or Dog
  • by Jim McKiel
  • Grooming your pet should begin when they are puppies as this will help them become accustomed to being touched all over their bodies while they are standing still or lying on their stomach or side. If you adopt an older dog you will have to introduce him to grooming gradually unless he is accustomed to being handled and touched all over his body.
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