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Dogs are such amazing and loyal creatures - very intelligent as well. Your dogs are always your own heroes but there have been many instances where a dog has been a hero in every sense of the word - saving its owner and sometimes even one of its own. Read some little short stories the exemplifies how dogs are true heroes.
Published by Susan Lee 68 months ago in Pets & Family | +0 votes | 0 comments
Dogs have a tremendous effect on the way a person thinks and feels. Not many people can look at a dog and not feel a sense of delight and joy. Dogs have been used for therapy for that very reason - because of their healing powers just by being themselves. Learn all the ways that a dog can provide health benefits and make you feel better.
Published by Susan Lee 68 months ago in Pets & Family | +0 votes | 0 comments
Dogs and cats are such different creatures with varying personalities. Some people favor the dog, some favor the cat and many people love them both. It depends on your needs and the dynamics of your family. Learn some of the things to consider when deciding on a pet - dog or cat.
Published by Susan Lee 69 months ago in Pets & Family | +0 votes | 0 comments
What dog breeds are safest with children? What is the best breed of dog to get when you have kids? What dog breed is gentle? What kind of puppy should I get if I have young children? What breeds are most risky with kids? What to consider when getting a dog for a family pet. What are the two best dog breeds for families with kids.
Published by Kaleidoscope Acres 70 months ago in Pets & Family | +0 votes | 0 comments
Maine Coon Cats are known for their large bone structure, and their calm, well-adaptive personalities. Maine Coon Cats are an excellent fit for families with children and homes where there are often visitors that might not be familiar. They are smart and quite friendly. They often "talk". They coo and make noises to let you know they are hungry, or looking for attention. They can meow often to let you know they need something.
Published by Amy Russell 70 months ago in Pets & Family | +0 votes | 0 comments
When you have a dog, you have to consider keeping your pet busy to release any pent up energies. Some dogs are more overly energetic than others and if not exercised can cause great damage to your property. Learn some of the ways that you can keep your dog active physically and mentally.
Published by Susan Lee 70 months ago in Pets & Family | +0 votes | 0 comments
Most often, you will only encounter ticks in forests, woody and grassy areas. Because of the unseasonable weather this year, it is predicted that the tick problem will be huge. Tick bites can cause Lyme disease and great illness to humans and dogs alike. Learn what you can do to protect yourself and your pets from being bitten by a tick.
Published by Susan Lee 71 months ago in Pets & Family | +0 votes | 0 comments
Training a new puppy can have it's challenges, these tips and helpful tricks will ensure you will have no trouble teaching your new addition how to sit, shake and lay down. By using repetition and rewarding, your dog will be eager to learn and be rewarded. In turn, you will be rewarded by having a well trained dog.
Published by Todd Black 71 months ago in Pets & Family | +0 votes | 0 comments
How to find a good pet for a child? Is a dog a good pet for a child? Is a cat a good pet for a child? Which is a better pet for a child, a rabbit, guinea pig, or hamster? Pros and cons of some common pets in relationship to being owned by a child. Are fish good kids pets? Are birds good pets for kids? Do lizards and amphibians make good pets for children?
Published by Kaleidoscope Acres 71 months ago in Pets & Family | +0 votes | 0 comments
Our Mini Schnauzer was a very sweet, lovable dog until her TYPE A personality and her sense of possesiveness took shape. She became very territorial about her property, her owners and more. She would bark uncontrollably at their approach. She often became aggressive when other dogs came near. Our dog was becoming an annoyance in the neighborhood. This tells how we were able to control her.
Published by E. G. Kramar 71 months ago in Pets & Family | +0 votes | 0 comments
Every Easter some stores sell dyed chicks and ducklings as kids pets, this is generally frowned upon as being cruel and there may be health risks for the children. Learn why buying chicks for Easter pets is not a good idea. Learn what to do if somebody gives your child a pet chick for Easter.
Published by Kaleidoscope Acres 72 months ago in Pets & Family | +0 votes | 0 comments
How to introduce a new puppy to a resident cat. Tips for bringing home a new pup when you have a cat at home. Cats are naturally fearful of dogs, and dogs love to chase anything that runs, learn how to introduce a cat and dog so you do not have problems. Learn what breeds of dogs are more likely to hurt a cat.
Published by Kaleidoscope Acres 72 months ago in Pets & Family | +0 votes | 0 comments
Most children love pets and they want one of their own. Some children like dogs and cats. Other children will want a hamster or bird. Some children might prefer fish. They are all great pets for children. Parrots are expensive and sometimes expensive to maintain. Parakeets are less expensive to purchase and maintain. They are a great pet for a child.
Published by norlaw 73 months ago in Pets & Family | +0 votes | 0 comments
There are plenty of hard data that show pets have an energizing effect on people says head of the Center for Applied Ethology and Human- Animal Interaction. Studies show that owning a pet, or just being around animals can boost energy levels. Pets have been found to improve symptoms of diabetes and reduce hypertension and other medical conditions. Know the benefits of pets by reading more...
Published by Jessie Agudo 73 months ago in Pets & Family | +0 votes | 0 comments
Families and pets are made for one another, but which animal would be best suited to put the heart in your home? In this day and age you're pretty much spoilt for choice when it comes to choosing a pet for your family, but it can be a difficult decision and you should always ensure you make the right choice.
Published by Tim Butters 73 months ago in Pets & Family | +0 votes | 0 comments
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