301.||Caring For Your Pets After You Die by Gene Sower|
While you may be planning to outlive your pets, what if something were to happen to you? Would Fido and Fluffy be provided for in the event of your untimley death or if you became ...
[Added: 01 Jul 2005 Hits: 349 Words: 523]
302.||How To Prevent Cat Urine Odor Damage in Rental Property by Nancy E. Wigal|
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Feline owners who are renters can face challenges every time ...
[Added: 28 Jun 2005 Hits: 357 Words: 657]
303.||Four Cat Litter Box Location Sites In Your Home by Nancy E. Wigal|
You've heard that in real estate location is everything. This applies equally to your cat's litter box. Successful, consistent cat litter box habits depend upon several factors, and the litter location is crucial.
This article will highlight how you can successfully locate ...
[Added: 19 Jun 2005 Hits: 235 Words: 658]
304.||Training Your Dog To Sit by Lee Dobbins|
A poorly trained dog is a nuisance and can even be a danger to himself and others. A properly trained dog, on the other had, is a wonderful and pleasant companion. In addition to helping you bond, it can even protect your pet from ...
[Added: 15 Jun 2005 Hits: 211 Words: 494]
305.||How To Maintain Your Love Affair ... With Your Dog Part One - Training by Peggie Arvidson-Dailey|
How to Maintain Your Love Affair with Your Dog - Training
Tips for a Happy and Healthy Relationship with Your Canine Companion
© 2004-2005 by Peggie Arvidson-Dailey
When I first laid eyes on my little ball of black fluff ...
[Added: 09 Jun 2005 Hits: 256 Words: 247]
306.||How To Stop Your Dog From Barking - Training Your Dog To Keep Quiet by Tom Coleman|
Obesity in dogs is a growing problem, which can cause many problems including heart disease, joint problems, and diabetes. Almost half of dogs in America are fat, especially beagles, dachshunds, basset hounds, and Labrador retrievers. Before your dog reaches the point where they need insulin ...
[Added: 07 Jun 2005 Hits: 444 Words: 753]
307.||Fat Dogs - How To Get Overweight Dogs to Diet and Slim Down Without Whining by LittleDog|
Obesity in dogs is a growing problem, which can cause many problems including heart disease, joint problems, and diabetes. Almost half of dogs in America are fat, especially beagles, dachshunds, basset hounds, and Labrador retrievers. Before your dog reaches the point where they need insulin shots, you can ...
[Added: 07 Jun 2005 Hits: 319 Words: 789]
308.||Cat Anxiety and Cat Litter Box Problems by Nancy E. Wigal|
Frazzled felines will sometimes relieve their anxiety by urinating, or marking (spraying) outside the cat litter box. Here are a few of the causes and the solutions to calm your kitty down.
Like humans, cats like their routines and daily habits. When something changes in their home, ...
[Added: 05 Jun 2005 Hits: 271 Words: 794]
309.||Pomeranian Dog History by Lee Dobbins|
The Pom is a compact dog with a soft undercoat and harsh long outer coat. He has a plumed tail that is upright with the end laying flat along the back. His demeanor is alert and curious. With his fox like appearance, the Pom ...
[Added: 05 Jun 2005 Hits: 380 Words: 286]
310.||RecoveryPets.Com's Pet Tag With Unique ID Number by Thaddeus Collins|
Recently there has been a major breakthrough to solve the problems associated with the common pet tag, a company named RecoveryPets.Com has devised a way to provide all the information needed to identify the pet, and owner’s contact information in one central location. By providing a pet tag with ...
[Added: 31 May 2005 Hits: 236 Words: 423]
311.||Allergies and Your Pets by A.M. Wilmont|
It is Winter Season yet again,and animals are much more likely to be cooped up inside the house with us people. All of the windows and doors are closed to the world and the heat is blasting around the clock.
These are really ...
[Added: 18 Jan 2005 Hits: 261 Words: 365]
312.||Learn important dog ear care tips that will help keep your dog healthy; especially if your breed of by Teresa James|
Importance of Regular Home Dog Ear Care
Routine home dog ear care is very important to the health of your dog. Performed between your regular checkups with the veterinarian, it will help keep your dog's ears healthy and pain free. If you see signs of trouble you may ...
[Added: 16 Dec 2004 Hits: 277 Words: 1176]
313.||Things You Should Never let your Dog eat by Aaron Wilmont|
On a sad note, there are a number of household items which we tend to take for granted that are potentially very dangerous to your dog's health. It is especially important to be aware of this ...
[Added: 19 Nov 2004 Hits: 541 Words: 664]
314.||Do you know if your Dog is malnourished? by Aaron Wilmot|
In recent years, Americans have tended to be more concerned more concerned with
health issues than at any time in our past,
so you would think that we should naturally have equal concern for our animals ... especially regarding the ingredients in their food. We would want the ingredients in ...
[Added: 25 Aug 2004 Hits: 626 Words: 480]