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  • Husky - A Strong Working Dog For All Extremes  By : Charles Kassotis
    Husky dogs are strong with compact bodies that are made for working, even in the harsh northern extremes. The Husky is also a very easygoing companion and many families have welcomed these dogs into their homes with great reward.
  • Grooming your Collie  By : Robin Darch
    Collies come in two different varieties, “smooth” and “rough.” Rough collies require much more grooming, but smoothes do need to be groomed regularly to keep their coats healthy.

    You can keep your collie looking good, no matter what the variety, with regular brushing.
  • Why You Should Be Concerned with Your Cat Health Care  By :
    Unfortunately, studies have shown that our cats health has been seriously ignored.
  • Birthday Gift For Your Pet Rabbit  By : Alice Andrew
    One of the ways to care and love your pet rabbit is to celebrate your rabbit's birthday! Ideas on how to celebrate your rabbit's birthday are shared. Your pet rabbit will be very happy if you could spend time to have a grand celebration with it!
  • Tips for Your Pet Birds First Month Home  By : Stacy Richford
    For any new pet moving to a new home can be a very traumatic experience and in some cases even more so for a pet bird. Many times if bird was handfed as a baby it may have stronger attachments then other birds.
  • How To Train Your Dog To Focus On You When Commanded?  By : Keith Lee
    Focus is the single most important command to teach your dog before any basic training. If your dog is looking away from you, he is listening to what he is looking at. Distractions are a large part of life, and you need to teach your dog to ignore them and pay attention to you.
  • Dog Training: What Is Dog Training?  By : David McFarlane
    Dog training can take many different forms. If you're confused by them all, you're not the only one.
  • Canine Dental Care  By : ian Williamson
    Just like humans, dogs can get cavities if their teeth are not properly taken care of. Cavities are not as common in dogs as they are in humans; however there are some things which can increase the likelihood of your dog developing tooth problems.
  • Choosing and training a dog companion  By : Allweb
    Choosing a dog is often a problematic issue, especially if you've never owned a pet before. Training your dog is also vital if you want to get along with your canine friend. Here are some tips on choosing your dog and helping him or her integrate in
  • Pet Insurance : What To Look For  By : Nicholas Hunt
    Keeping a pet can work out to be expensive, not least if you need to see a vetinary surgeon. Pet insurance can cushion the cost of injury or illness, but what do you need to know before you choose a policy?
  • Which Dog Breeds Are More Likely To Kill People  By : Mitch Endick
    Some dog breeds are more likely to kill than others and some breeds are more protective of their masters and physical surrounding than others. This is the results of a twenty year study.
  • Tips For Finding A Great Dog Trainer  By : Janet Winter
    Everyone loves their dogs, but dog ownership brings with it many responsibilities. Foremost among these responsibilities is ensuring that your pet is not a danger to people or other pets and animals. Other responsibilities include proper care and obedience training.
  • How To Prevent A Dog Bite  By : Mitch Endick
    Dogs bite more than 4.7 million people a year. Experts believe that some simple rules can help prevent some of these bites.
  • The Decorative Deerhound  By : P Germain
    The Deerhound is one of the most decorative of dogs, impressively stately and picturesque wherever he is seen, whether it be amid the surroundings of the baronial hall, reclining at luxurious length before the open hearth in the fitful light of the log fire that flickers on polished armour and tarnished tapestry; out in the open, straining at the leash as he scents the dewy air, or gracefully bounding over the purple of his native hills.
  • Bernese Mountain Dog Puppy And Dog Information  By : Mitch Endick
    The Bernese Mountain Dog is actually an outdoor dog that can adapt to indoors as long as she is given plenty of exercise when it is cool outside. Her heavy coat means that she is comfortable in the cold but suffers in the heat. She has a loving temperament and has been described as stable, faithful, affectionate and intelligent.
  • Belgian Sheepdog Puppy And Dog Information  By : Mitch Endick
    The Belgium Sheepdog is a beautiful, mostly black long haired dog that needs daily brushing. She is highly intelligent and makes a great watch dog. She is good with children but does not like rough play.
  • Cat Allergies - What to Do  By : Matthew Hick
    Having an allergy to a cat can be a very annoying problem. Having a runny nose all of the time, itchy eyes, and a scratchy throat can make you want to toss your own cat out the window!
  • Buying a Cat - Crucial Information for New Owners  By : Matthew Hick
    If you are purchasing or adopting a cat for the first time, there are many things that you need to take into consideration and know about your new pet.
  • Pet Insurance For Pampered Pets  By : Nicholas Hunt
    As our pampered pets live longer and longer lives, the veterinary costs of keeping them healthy can grow rapidly. Find out why pet insurance might be an idea worth considering.
  • Pet Insurance  By : Bob Janeway
    Are you a pet owner? Do you love your pet? Do you consider them as a valued member of your family? Then maybe it is time for you to consider getting health insurance for your pet if you have not already done so.
  • The Available Methods For Parrot Gender Determination  By : Dalvin Rumsey
    Usually, a bird’s gender is unknown to other species of beings; it is a well kept secret for the bird itself and its kind. When nature created the birds, it never took into consideration the human specie and the knowledge that this last one needs.
  • Meet The Ecletus Parrot, Glossy And Brilliant  By : Dalvin Rumsey
    Parrots are birds with gaily and boldly colors. Parrots have even, thin plumage on their whole bodies with solid color spots, which usually contrast themselves.
  • The Most Frequent Species Of Turtles In The Spotlight  By : Dalvin Rumsey
    Turtles belong to the class of reptiles; what makes the difference from others is the shell, absent in other reptiles. The external shell is known as the carapace, while the interior is known as the plastron.
  • Grains Parrot Feeding, Quick Recipes  By : Dalvin Rumsey
    Most often, birds like the taste of grains which are a good combination of nutrients: complex carbohydrates, proteins, minerals and vitamins; providing them a healthy food. The great variety of grains found on the market gives also different nutritive values for the birds.
  • How To Take Care Of Your Horsfield Turtle  By : Dalvin Rumsey
    The most frequent species of turtles chosen as pets are horsfields and Russian tortoises. They are very little (about 15 cm in length) and are ideal for the English people because the temperature in U.K. favors them and their need to hibernate in winter.
  • African Grey Parrots And Stress  By : Dalvin Rumsey
    The grey parrots may have many behavioral problems and most of them are caused by the human’s lack of understanding that it is first of all a prey bird and has little to do with a life in captivity. Many people fail to understand that and won’t allow that bird to manifest like a bird.
  • Heal Your Pet At Home: Common Pet Health Conditions Of The Eyes, Ears And Nose  By : petvet
    Many pet illnesses and diseases can be safely treated at home. Conditions of the eyes, ears and nose of cats and dogs are covered in this article, the second in a seven part series.
  • Positive Reinforcement Helps When Training Your Dog  By : DMF
    Your pet is living in a human world full of confusing things and behavior he can't understand. It is better to create good habits in the beginning, if you start early you can stop behavior problems such as biting or jumping on furniture.
  • Pet Accessories Are Everywhere These Days  By : DMF
    Dog training can be an intimidating task. The shock collar is only meant for dogs that have behavioral problems which have not been able to be curbed with normal non-electronic training methods.
  • The Differences Between Fresh And Salt Water Tanks  By : DMF
    Lighting is actually as important as filtration it mimics the day light and the night so fish think they are in their natural habitat.

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