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How to Hire a Pet Sitter
Leaving your pet in the care of a pet sitter is a good way to know that your dog, cat, hamster or parakeet will be as comfortable as possible while you are away.

 

Help! My Child Is Afraid of Dogs

Countless children are afraid of dogs, but with patience, you can help your child overcome any fear he or she has.


 

Old Dogs
Dogs handle aging far better than most humans do. They roll with the punches, adapting to dimming eyesight and loss of hearing without complaint.

 

Choose the Right Dog for Your Family
Think about breed, size, and temperment when choosing a dog for your family. Take your home life into account, too.

 

Is theTime Right for a Family Pet?
Before you decide to welcome a dog or cat into your home, give the arrangement a lot of thought and consideration. Pets require a commitment of time, energy, and money.

 

Choose the Right Dog for Your Family
Think about breed, size, and temperment when choosing a dog for your family. Take your home life into account, too.

 

Help! My Child Is Afraid of Dogs

Countless children are afraid of dogs, but with patience, you can help your child overcome any fear he or she has.


 

Is theTime Right for a Family Pet?
Before you decide to welcome a dog or cat into your home, give the arrangement a lot of thought and consideration. Pets require a commitment of time, energy, and money.

 

Seven Things No Dog Should be Without!
Every dog needs basic equipment, such as leashes, collars, water bowls, and toys. How elemental or luxurious these are is up to you! The dog doesn't really care, as long as the collar is not too tight, he is fed regularly, and has a comfy place to sleep.

 

Homemade Dog Treats
His big brown eyes are hard to resist. He s been so good and is so loyal; you want to reward him with a special treat. Reach for the dog biscuits and toss him one. It will disappear in a matter of seconds! Even better, toss him a biscuit you ve made y

 

Why Train Your Dog?

Chances are your dog jumps on guests, pulls and lunges on the leash, and does not come when he’s called. This behavior leads to frustration on the part of many dog owners. The frustration too often results in yelling — and maybe even hitting. No one, neither you nor your pet, is happy. What to do? Train the dog!


 

Why Train Your Dog?

Chances are your dog jumps on guests, pulls and lunges on the leash, and does not come when he’s called. This behavior leads to frustration on the part of many dog owners. The frustration too often results in yelling — and maybe even hitting. No one, neither you nor your pet, is happy. What to do? Train the dog!


 








 
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