You probably often hear that socialization with people and other dogs is an important part of keeping your dog happy and well adjusted. Here are just a few reasons to socialize your…
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I believe that we all are born with special gifts and talents. Some people never realize them, some know they exist but refuse to acknowledge or use them and then some realize them and use them to their fullest.
Tim Link, often referred to as the real modern day Dr. Doolittle, fits in the last group. Wagging Tales: Every Animal Has a Tale is an easy read. I was a bit skeptical when I learned the content but was soon intrigued. When you read the book have an open mind and you just might become a believer in this ability.
Both cats and dogs are very olfactory creatures. Many decisions they make are based on what they smell. We as people will walk into a room and look around and size up…
Ever watch Cesar Millan walk into someone’s home, hear dog owners explain the issues going on with the family pet and then help the owners take control and become the leader of their pack? I once spent an entire Friday night watching episode after episode during a Dog Whisperer marathon.
Cesar Millan, the renowned dog behavior expert known as the Dog Whisperer, has a
by Marc Goldberg
A dog is the only thing on earth that loves you more than he loves himself.Josh Billings (1818-1885, US Humorist)
This morning I was driving along a busy street, in a fog, sipping strong tea when I saw the geese. I have come to think of geese as very large rats with wings. The outlying Chicagoland area is so infested with these birds that you
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Renowned pet expert Harrison Forbes, host of the popular nationally syndicated radio show, Pet Talk with Harrison Forbes, has been a dog trainer and behaviorist for over twenty years. A highly sought-after expert on canine behavior, he has worked with many dogs that presented special challenges—dogs with behavioral issues, those damaged by traumatic experiences, and those that were poorly trained in
by Barbara Freedman-De Vito
If dog is man’s best friend, then why does our language have so many expressions that portray dogs in a negative light? English abounds with sayings that focus on canine aggression or the sadness of “a dog’s life,” at the mercy of cruel human “masters.” Many of these date from past centuries when life in English-speaking nations was truly more harsh than it is today
A Short List of Reasons Why Dogs Bite by Michael Royce
Every dog comes equipped with a set of shiny, pointy, sharp teeth. And his or her teeth can be used as a tool or a weapon.
They’re a tool when your pooch uses them to pick up something, scratch an itchy spot, or rip his food apart (dog’s don’t actually chew you know). But they’re also a
by Larry Chamberlain
You have settled into your favorite armchair, perhaps reading the final chapters of a gripping novel. Suddenly you are aware of the imploring stare of your cat sitting at your feet. You invite her onto your lap. Gently you begin to stroke her and your cat signals her appreciation with an audible purr.
One hand holding your book the other hand continuing to pet your
In our world sight and hearing are far more important to us than our sense of smell.
Granted the smell of fresh baked bread or a steak cooking on the grill can make us weak in the knees, but on the whole, smell is really not the most important thing in our lives.
In the lives of our cats and dogs smell is extremely important. A blind or