Are you tired of paying all that extra money for kitty litter? Want to save time as well without dealing with much mess? There is a product that you can use to save time and money by just using the toilet seat. It is called cat seat.
Cat seat’s mission is to ‘provide an option to allow the benefits of toilet training.’...Read More
Teaching your dog new tricks can be fun for you and your pet! It's a great opportunity for you to bond and having an obedient dog will strengthen your relationship and take the frustration out of pet ownership. Dogs need mental stimulation too and they love the praise and treats they earn!
Be sure to have plenty of treats availabl...Read More
Gone are the days when my dog, Lizzie, was small enough to fit in the sink for a bath. So, my husband and I are left with a couple of options - bring her to a groomer or bath her ourselves. Due to our current economic state, spending money on a groomer is out of the question.
Fortunately we have a tub in our apartment. The last ...Read More
If you need a little assistance training your dog, you may want to consider enrolling him in an obedience class. He can get a lot of good out of the class, for example learning simple commands, listening to direction and socializing with other dogs. When choosing an obedience class for your dog, it is important to consider not only your pet but ...Read More
Kong product range is an industry standard due to its durability and versatility as a chew toy. A Kong is a great to help keep an excited dog calm, a calm dog busy, and a busy dog focused!
Here are a few basics about using the Kong: kibble, cheese, plain yogurt, and all-natural peanut butter are great fillings for a Kong. But...Read More
Many dog lovers' initial response when seeing a dog walking towards them is to say hello while bending over and petting their new friend. This innate human behavior can send many dogs running for cover or even put them on the defense. Children tend to move more quickly, make higher pitched noises and touch dogs more obtrusively than grown-up hum...Read More
Obedience school isn’t just for your pet. Your pet has to learn the basic behaviors and you need to learn how to command these behaviors. It might be hard work at first, but the bond between you and your pet will be much stronger if you can eliminate the bad behaviors and establish yourself as the pack lea...Read More
I always knew my Alpha was an odd one. and a hyper one. When six months past by, I was hesitant to neuter him because well, I wouldn't want to be neutered if I was a puppy. But he was getting more and more hyper and aggressive. Being a little too playful and scaring my friends. I went to see the vet and she told me that it would keep the dog pop...Read More
Many homes have doggy doors that make it easier for pets and owners to let their dog out to relieve themself. Doggy doors are convenient for pet owners who are away at work for hours at a time or for those that are not able to jump up and let their pet out when they need to go.
Doggy doors have their built in problems, ...Read More
My dog Boss is spoiled. I think he is the cutest and sweetest thing ever and he knows it! All he has to do is look at me with those big sad eyes and I’ll give in to whatever he wants.
When we would go on walks, he got so excited that he would choke himself because he was pulling so ...Read More
It is safe to say that I am in a pet friendly area. The local businesses catering to homemade dog-treats and holistic health, not to mention the sheer number of groomers within a 3 mile radius, or even the makeup store that has a doggy bowl filled with water for the pups that go shopping with their moms, can attest to that fact. Which brings me ...Read More
I know this is long, but bear with me, I have good tips at the end! :)
My husband and I had been looking for a dog. It had to be less than 35lbs, because the apartments we were living in at the time had a weight limit, it had to get along with our indoor only tabby cat, and I wanted to be able to show at AKC events, especially obedience and m...Read More
Animals communicate with each other and with humans by sending pictures, body movements and reading energy. The old saying “An animal can sense fear a mile away.” is true. Well maybe not a mile away but a dog sure can tell if the dog entering the Dog Park is going to be one he will not like - or not. It is their instinct for survival ...Read More
The way I see it, you either have an outdoor cat, or you don't. If you live in a quiet area with a decent sized yard, maybe you will feel comfortable letting him or her explore the great outdoors. Cats have a great sense of direction, and will keep the yard as their home base.
Cats are, of course, also very curious, and will n...Read More
When Training is Not Enough......Animal Communication Can Help
There are many excellent animal trainers and handlers and always excellent animals. When this mix works, it works well. Sometimes the mix does not work as well. The animal does not seem to perform as trained. The people become frustrated. Everyone wants to throw their hands up i...Read More
In this economy, everyone is looking for ways to save money. If you are in need of training for your dog, is it worth it to pay to hire a professional trainer or can you tackle the training on your own?
There are many resources out there that can help you with tips for training your dog. Some website that offer training advice ...Read More
The summertime can be a carefree time of year. You might lounge around more and eat more ice cream too. It’s easy to get back into bad habits, and it’s quite possible your pet learned some bad behavior too. If you have been feeding your pet table scraps and letting him/her beg and jump on people in the name of summer, it’s time...Read More
When I sit, I stay , I heel!
What do you do for me... right you feed me you take me to the vet so tey can poke me. or if that doctor dude decides he /she sees a spec on me, You make me take meds. Oh but when it comes to you, you can decide if you want to take those meds.
Well I enjoy my treats when i don't have to reach and prefer some...Read More
Most cats of the indoor/outdoor variety don't stray too far from home, and most have a great sense of direction. My cat Charlie, in his younger days before he became an indoor-only guy, would sometimes sneak down the (short) road to the boatyard at the end of our street in rural Rhode Island to check out the action there, or would also lov...Read More
Ok, so the title was a little bit 'L' heavy. My apologies.
I was walking my way to work this afternoon, when I saw a woman pushing her bike down the side. Then I noticed her extremely small dog following very closely behind her...sans leash.
Oddly, this isn't a 'new' trend either. I see this at least a couple of times a week.
Personally, I wo...Read More