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GOOD DOG! KIDS TEACH KIDS ABOUT DOG BEHAVIOR AND TRAINING
Evelyn Pang
A fun and educational book on dogs, written by kids for kids!
PLAY TOGETHER, STAY TOGETHER
Patricia McConnell
This engagingly written booklet shows how play can enhance your relationship with your dog.
GETTING A GRIP ON AGGRESSION CASES: PRACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR DOG TRAINERS
Nicole Wilde
Nicole Wilde presents all the information trainers need to know to work effectively with aggressive dogs.
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Lions Are Approaching Extinction According to wildlife experts, there are now only 23,000 lions left in Africa. That compares with over 200,000 in the 1980s, and if the populations continue to fall, experts predict lions will soon become extinct. Read the Full Story
Developmental Stages Of Puppy Behavior
Although feeding time is important, itís also vital to include petting, talking and playing, in order to help your puppy build good "people-skills." Well-socialized mothers are more likely to have well-socialized puppies. Puppies "feed" off of their mothersí calm or fearful attitude toward people. Read the Full Story
Developmental Stages Of Kitten Behavior
Well-socialized cats are more likely to have well-socialized kittens. Kittens "feed" off of their mothersí calm or fearful attitude toward people. Although feeding time is important, itís also vital to include petting, talking and playing in order to build good "people-skills" in your kitten.. Read the Full Story
There are two means of refuge from the misery of life - music and cats. ~Albert Schweitzer
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How the Sense of Smell Influences Behavior
Researchers have been 'nosing around' for new ways to help alter unwanted behavior patterns in companion and farm animals, and found that the answer was right under their nose. Read the Full Story
Preparing Your Pet For Babyís Arrival
Helping your pet adjust to the arrival of a new baby is much like preparing a young child for the same event. Read the Full Story
Mice
Mice are small, social animals. They're quiet, but very active and entertaining to watch. Because of their high-activity level and quick movements, they're more suitable for adults to handle than for children. Read the Full Story
Purdue veterinarian studies compulsive behavior in dogs
Dogs' quirky, unexplainable repetitive behaviors can be part of an anxiety condition known as canine compulsive disorder. Read the Full Story
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