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By: Roxanna Bain
Daahling, Ms. BB knows that your precious pet is a star ~ a natural diva. Your dog or cat begs to be groomed and petted and showered with treats. She lives for your attention and all of the pampering (read entire article)
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By: Bill Knell
You know them. They're the family with fifteen dogs that all the neighbors hate. Their dogs run all over the neighborhood and are largely responsible for the local canine population explosion. When ne (read entire article)
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By: Terry Price
Does Fido have some pesky varmints that bother him night and day? You can incorporate with your pet grooming a vet-recommended flea shampoo or one suggested by a reputable pet supply store. Remember (read entire article)
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By: Lee Dobbins
Adopting a dog is a big commitment and you need to really think about if you are ready before you start shopping for your new pet. Not only will a dog take up quite a bit of your time but there is a (read entire article)
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By: Marian Brown
According to the American Veterinary Dental Society (AVDS), eighty percent of dogs and seventy percent of cats have periodontal disease by the age of three! Alarming statistics? Yes, and it is known t (read entire article)
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By: Lance Winslow
Are you upset with animal abuse and cruelty to animals? Are you equally upset with neglect that some people show to their animals? Well you are not alone most people are very upset with such things as (read entire article)
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By: Connie Limon
Puppy classes are for Shih Tzu nine months of age and over but under twelve months. The Shih Tzu must be whelped in the U.S.A.The Novice class is for Shih Tzu six months of age and over. The Shih (read entire article)
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By: Connie Limon
There is evidence that Maltese type dogs were present in China as early as 8000 B.C. Maltese are white. It is very likely these white Maltese type dogs were interbred in Tibet with Tibetan Terriers (read entire article)
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By: Nancy Wigal
There's a couple different ways you can tell if your cat has a Feline Urinary Tract Infection (UTI). The most obvious way is if she cries while urinating, you see blood in her urine, and/or she won't (read entire article)
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By: Dean Cecere
Have you ever heard of holistic care for pets? Holistic pet care is a fantastic means of not only curing your dog, cat , horse or any other animal you have domesticated, but preventative practice to m (read entire article)
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By: Matthew Humphries
The food debateCat foods have been used by Ferret owners for many years, but there's a fair bit of debate about which food is best for ferrets, whether high-quality cat/kitten foods are good enough, a (read entire article)
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By: Matthew Humphries
Upper Respiratory Infections and InfluenzaFerrets are very susceptible to problems that are related to stress and introduction to a new environment. They are prone to upper respiratory infections and (read entire article)
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By: Justin Meyer
While pocket pets can provide comfort, if you have the space and time for it, a dog or cat is most likely a better pet. These are pets who can actually learn and will grow more accustomed to you. Si (read entire article)
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By: Todd Mera
The HorseI bought Aries knowing that he had some issues. Not a problem, I like a challenge. One of the first problems we had to deal with is catching him. When I go out to catch a horse I make my inte (read entire article)
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By: Shari Carpenter
The holiday season has arrived. Thanksgiving has just passed and before you know it ... or usually are ready for it ... you'll be waking up to Christmas morning. Boy, doesn't the year fly by? Along (read entire article)
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By: Connie Limon
Teaching a shih tzu proper behavior while it is young is very important. While playing and having fun with your new shih tzu puppy or dog is certainly important, it is also important to teach your ca (read entire article)
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By: Connie Limon
Bringing a new shih tzu puppy into the household is always an exciting and fun time. Everyone wants to play with, cuddle and hold the little ball of fur. The last thing on the minds of most new shih (read entire article)
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By: Paul Johnston
Proudly Australian, this little terrier evolved from a variety of British terriers that had been brought out by settlers. Specifically bred for Australian conditions, this tough little terrier was use (read entire article)
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By: Connie Limon
Training with treats and other food based rewards is a great way to motivate your shih tzu and speed the training process along. Most shih tzu are highly motivated by food rewards, and treat training (read entire article)
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By: Ryan Joseph
The word caring is very much a relative term. There is a major difference between simply caring for your pet and really caring for your pet.For example, making certain your pet has adequate food, clea (read entire article)
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By: Kathryn Weber
Every space needs active energy and love. Pets give us both. And pets allow us to express our love, too. Pets are often looked on as members of the family, and as such, should be considered when yo (read entire article)
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By: Suzi Sevcik
The Holidays are just around the corner. This year you'd like to something unique with your Christmas cards. You know your friends would get a kick out of seeing your pet either on your Christmas card (read entire article)
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By: Connie Limon
Problems with inappropriate urination are some of the most commonly encountered by shih tzu owners and dog owners in general. As a matter of fact, inappropriate urination and defecation is the most f (read entire article)
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By: Lance Winslow
We have recently seen iRobot go public and its IPO did quite well. Each year iRobot is introducing new models in their consumer division and vacuum lines. Some say that cats and dogs do not like these (read entire article)
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By: Connie Limon
Crate training is one of the most effective ways of house breaking shih tzu puppies or shih tzu dogs. Crate training is very efficient, and very effective, since it uses the natural instinct of the d (read entire article)
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By: Charlene Mattel
To many people, their pets are members of their families. They want to be able to care for their health in the same way they would any other family member.Pet health insurance can help you afford the (read entire article)
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By: Connie Limon
House training a shih tzu puppy is very important for the well being of both the shih tzu puppy and the owner. The number one reason that dogs are surrendered to animal shelters is problems with inap (read entire article)
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By: Connie Limon
There are of course many reasons for owners to want a calm, obedient and faithful shih tzu. For one thing, obedient and trained shih tzus are happier shih tzus, less likely to get into tussles with pe (read entire article)
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By: K Brandt
Are you in the market for a dog trainer? Do you want your dog to learn from a top notch certified dog trainer? You may have dreams of seeing your dog in professional dog competitions and shows. Theref (read entire article)
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By: Nancy Wigal
You don't often hear about or see information for special needs kitties. These may be blind, very old (with limited mobility), or disabled in some way. Disabled cats may be amputees, or even paralyzed (read entire article)
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By: Grant Carroll
For owners who like to keep their pampered pets near them wherever they go, pet carriers are the perfect solution. For those pets that must travel in the cargo, a quality dog crate is the safest way (read entire article)
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By: Grant Carroll
When disaster strikes, it's important to have the right emergency pet supplies on hand to help your pets survive. Many people may not like to think about it, but if the proper preparations are not mad (read entire article)
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By: Connie Limon
I have read and continue to read books on training. At this point, I feel like whichever method (without cruelty, of course) you use that works for your shih tzu is the type of training to stick with (read entire article)
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By: Jill L. Ferguson
According to the American Pet Products Manufacturers Association, 65 million dogs and more than 77 million cats currently reside in U.S. households. Many of those same households have or plan on havin (read entire article)
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By: Ian White
Bringing home a puppy and introducing her to your home is very exciting for everyone. The only one who may be anxious about the situation will be the puppy. If you handle your puppy properly when sh (read entire article)
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By: Sharon B
The quality of the relationship between a pet owner and his/her pets is directly related to how much time is spent with the pet, training the pet and building trust. Well now, that's pretty true of hu (read entire article)
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By: Jennifer Shircel
Aren't the children always begging for a pet or another pet?You don't want a cat – there's that whole litter box thing. You don't want to train a puppy, plus what about when you want to go away for (read entire article)
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By: Glenn Livingston, Ph.D.
Your rabbit will need her nails clipped fairly often, and you have two choices when it comes to clipping nails: you can take her to the vet (though, this admittedly will get expensive,) or you can cut (read entire article)
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By: Glenn Livingston, Ph.D.
Want to know more about your bunny and understand him/her better? This short article contains fascinating rabbit facts that every owner should know.Fact #1: Rabbits are crepuscular (most active at da (read entire article)
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By: Glenn Livingston, Ph.D.
These rabbit tips are about the frequently raised issue of keeping multiple rabbits.You've adopted Thumper and are completely thrilled with her. She makes you laugh when she binkies. She cozies up to (read entire article)
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By: Glenn Livingston, Ph.D.
We get a lot of email asking for help in choosing a name for newly adopted rabbit pets. Well, as part of our research we looked into the most popular bunny names, so we thought we'd share them with yo (read entire article)
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By: Shawn Messonnier
Approximately 7 years ago I started using natural therapies in my practice as I became a more integrated doctor. Practicing in Texas I was seeing many allergic pets who really didn't get better using (read entire article)
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By: Paul Johnston
Most dog owners can attest to the frustration, embarrassment and even danger when their dog decides to activate its selective hearing practices and ignores your command to 'come'. Here are some tips t (read entire article)
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By: Adam Katz
Please keep the following a secret. Don't tell anyone. I don't want everyone “and their uncle” copying my dog training techniques/concepts and then claiming them as their own.Anyway…My neighbo (read entire article)
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By: Ted Thompson
For the first 8 months of her life with us, Sugar, our Jack Russel Terrrier, was a notorious shoe thief. Our shoes would disappear and then show up in the yard, chewed and scruffed and unwearable. To (read entire article)
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By: Brigitte Smith
Giving your dog a bath - no problem. Probably cleaning your dog's teeth wouldn't be an issue. But trimming doggie's nails, no way! Ok, listen up. You can do this. It's not nearly as difficult or frigh (read entire article)
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By: C. Bailey-Lloyd
Ozzie, my four-month old Rottweiler peered up at me with his big brown eyes, as I temporarily left him for a very important surgical procedure. As much as it broke my heart to drop off my "baby" at th (read entire article)
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By: Tomkin Coleman
Quieting a barking dog is a quick and easy process. Really. It also doesn't cost any money. But it's not an obvious process - witness the many dogs barking all the time in parks, backyards on stre (read entire article)
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By: Andy Curry
Was he the world's greatest horse trainer of all time? Would his picture be in the horse trainer's Hall Of Fame? Perhaps.His name was Jesse Beery. Before he was twenty he became a world class horse (read entire article)
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By: Niall Kennedy
Lyme disease can be treated with antibiotics, because the disease is caused by a bacterium that is introduced to your pet through a bite from a tick carrying the disease.Antibiotics will be taken for (read entire article)
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