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How To Communicate Calm To Your Canine

Are you helping or hurting your pet by providing comfort? You may have heard that comforting a pet when he’s frightened is the wrong thing to do...

Enrich Your Cat’s Life! The Art Of Connecting With Your Cat

If you are anything like me, you know that social contact can be positive or negative. Your cat feels the same way. One of the best ways...

Calm Yourself to Calm Your Pet

There’s a saying often repeated by dog trainers to their students, “The leash transmits all of your emotions straight to your dog.” Whether you are worried, afraid,...

Taking the Spooky Out of Halloween Costumes

For many pets, there is no escaping Halloween. Each year, people dole out more than $370 million in pet costumes so that their four-leggers can join them...

Cat Costume Conundrum

You're at the pet store and it's October. There's an aisle of pet costumes, some of them cat size, and you pause. Your tuxedo kitty would make...

How To Brush Your Longhaired Dog

Your long haired dog needs regular brushing to keep his coat healthy, even if he makes regular trips to the groomer. Relax and enjoy some bonding time...

5 Puzzles And Games To Keep Dogs Mentally And Physically Challenged

Pet behaviorists say that 10 minutes of mental stimulation is the equivalent of 45 minutes of active play. Fortunately, there are a slew of new puzzles and...

Forge A Fear Free Fortress For Fido

When your pet is fearful, anxious, stressed, or just plain needs extra space, you don’t always have time to figure out how to deal with it. Having...

Ringing The Kitty Dinner Bell

My four-year-old Karma-Kat easily puts on weight, but is a model for picky eaters everywhere. In contrast, my 21-year-old Seren-Kitty weighs barely six pounds, eats everything, and...

Reactive Dog? How To Lessen On-Leash Aggression

Walking one’s dog is extolled as a wonderful social opportunity; it’s fun to spend time with your canine best friend while talking to other dog owners. Plus,...

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