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Accreditation
A student's goal, whether online or ground-based, is to maximize the monies spent on tuition, get the best education and, receive a diploma or certificate from a school or institute in good standing. Good standing as recognized by whom? Read the Full Story
Plant Eating Cats
A common problem of green-thumb cat owners is discouraging the cat from chewing on (and ingesting) house plants. In fact, results from a computer survey of pet owners showed that 36% of the respondents owned pets with this destructive habit Read the Full Story
The Eight Ways of changing behavior
Anything you do to get rid of behavior you don't want will fall into one of the following eight methods. The first four are the 'bad fairies,' the methods that have neither kindness nor special efficacy to recommend them. Read the Full Story
Ticks: What Makes Them Tick?
Ticks are not insects like fleas, flies, and lice, but are arachnids like mites and spiders. There are approximately 850 species of ticks worldwide. Read the Full Story
I had been told that the training procedure with cats was difficult. It's not. Mine had me trained in two days. ~Bill Dana
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Seminar on new modern training techniques
Published in Dog News, July 2003 issue. Read the Full Story

Thunder Phobia
Myth: "Dogs will eventually outgrow a fear of thunder or other loud noises without treatment." Read the Full Story

Fleas: Life Cycle
Fleas are insects and thus belong to the order Siphonaptera which means 'wingless siphon,' an apt description. Worldwide, there are over 2,000 species of fleas. Read the Full Story
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