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Dog Shock Collars: Teaching Your Dog Basic Obedience and Breaking Bad Habits


Dog Shock Collars

Training Collars: Teaching Your Dog Basic Obedience and Breaking Bad Habits


Training Collars

Shock Collars: Teaching Your Dog Basic Obedience and Breaking Bad Habits


Shock Collars

Dogtra: Superior Dog Training Equipment that Performs as it Claims


Dogtra

Bark Collars: Stop Unwanted Dog Barking


Bark Collars

Pet Containment: Keep You Pet in the Yard and Out of Places You Dont Want Them to Be


Pet Containment

Electric Dog Fences: Keep You Pet in the Yard and Out of Places You Dont Want Them to Be


Electric Dog Fences

Pet Doors: Giving Your Pet Freedom to Come and Go as They Please Helps Solve Behavior Problems


Pet Doors

Dog Doors: Giving Your Pet Freedom to Come and Go as They Please Helps Solve Behavior Problems


Dog Doors

My Dog Won?t Stop Digging - What Can I Do?


Lonely, bored, tired of eating that same old stick, then maybe you would like to dig yourself a hole.

Two Tails Are Better Than One


Training one dog can be hard enough, but two, now that's a handful. If you have puppies then break out the biscuits and get ready for some serious repetition. But if you have a puppy and an older canine then you might just watch one grow and the other learn some new tricks.

Is Pet Insurance Right For Your Pet?


Trying to decide if you should get insurance on your pet? There are of course pro's and con's to it. Years ago I decided to try it out. I thought, if something happened, it would be a good decision to have it. Some plans will cover basic vet care and heartworm and things like that. Read through the information below and make a decision for you and your beloved pets.

Crate Training Your Puppy or Dog


Introducing your puppy to the crate should be an easy and fun process. First, start by putting the crate somewhere the puppy enjoys being. Try the family room or wherever everyone "hangs out". Open the door and just let your puppy explore at his own pace. Reward him for going near it by tossing a cheerio or some other small treat.

Introducing a New Puppy into a Home with an Existing Pet


It was November and I had spent 3 months searching for just the right puppy. Finally we had found what we considered to be the perfect one. Luckily she was already 7 weeks old so she could already be separated from her mother. I was so excited when we brought her home, our new addition to the family. I made sure I had all the required supplies; food and water dishes, food, a bed and a crate. We were ready. The fact that we already had a cat never really caused me much concern. I figured they would give each other a good sniff and surely it would not take long for them to become the best of friends and live happily ever after. I had visions of our little puppy all curled up with our cat in front of the fireplace.

Aromatherapy for Pets


Pets can enjoy the therapeutic effects of aromatherapy asmuch as humans can. Aside from possibly eliminating badodors and giving your pet a pleasant perfume, essentialoils also serve many practical functions such as boostingyour pet's immune system, fighting off bacteria andviruses, preventing the growth of yeasts and molds andrepelling insects.

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