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Your Talkative Cat
Vocalizing is one way for your cat to communicate with you and with other animals. Some cats "talk" more than others, but most cats do make noise some of the time. Read the Full Story
Separation Anxiety
Dogs with separation anxiety exhibit behavior problems when they’re left alone. Typically, they’ll have a dramatic anxiety response within a short time (20-45 minutes) after their owners leave them. The most common of these behaviors are: Read the Full Story
Guinea Pigs
Guinea pigs are hardy and affectionate and make great companions. However, people often think of them as "low-maintenance" pets, when in reality, they require a lot of care and attention. Guinea pigs can be quite vocal and will often greet you with whistles and shrieks. Read the Full Story
There are two means of refuge from the misery of life - music and cats. ~Albert Schweitzer
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Scientists 'Discover' Emotions In Animals
Researchers working in neurobiology and behavioral observation seem to be learning what pet lovers have known all along: animals have feelings. Read the Full Story

What's Really in Pet Food
Plump whole chickens, choice cuts of beef, fresh grains, and all the wholesome nutrition your dog or cat will ever need. Read the Full Story

Problem Chewing
Rabbits make excellent pets. They are easy to care for, inexpensive to feed, and extremely affectionate. They can also be litter trained and allowed to have free access to the house. However, they do have one habit that is extremely destructive and very frustrating - they like to chew. Read the Full Story
When The Behavior Helpline Can't Help
The volunteers who staff our Behavior Helpline have completed an extensive training program taught by animal behavior professionals. We are able to assist pet owners with many types of animal behavior problems; however, there are some problems we can’t resolve over the phone because it isn’t safe or accurate to diagnose certain behavioral problems without observing the animal’s postures and reactions to certain stimuli. Read the Full Story
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