Dog Training Tips Every Owner Should Remember

By Bob Tom  | Submitted On January 17, 2017

Whether your dog is a spunky new puppy or a senior dog is no matter when it comes to training. Every interaction with your canine companion is a learning experience. Remember that your dog doesn't always understand you and vice versa and that is okay. Also, remember that most behaviors are natural for dogs but they can and should be corrected. These are some basic tips you should always keep in mind when training your dog.

1. Notice
Be aware of your dog's body language. If they are whining or cannot sit still this is a sign. This probably means they are uncomfortable with the situation. Do not force your dog to socialize if they are not comfortable. Doing so could result in negative behavior or habits. Dogs also use crying or pacing to let you know they need to go outside. Do not ignore or correct this behavior.

2. Patience
This is key when you are training. Yelling or angry behavior is something dogs cannot understand and has no educational value. If you start to become impatient, walk away from the...

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4 Essential Steps to Make Your Cat Disciplined in 2017

By Emma Bassiri  | Submitted On January 04, 2017

New Year has arrived and you must have already made your resolutions for the year. However, it won't be wrong to state that most of you must have already broken it. For all those who are on the verge of breaking their promises like every year, the article has come up with a brand new idea of resolutions. If you are done with taking pledges for yourself, make some vows for your feline as well. Make your notorious feline a bit more disciplined this year. It might sound difficult, but you can train your kitty some good habits. Listed below are some of the ways that can effortlessly help you complete your promise.

No matter what you do, the whiskers won't allow you tie collars in her neck. However, this is important for the feline if she goes out of the house unsupervised. You can buy some cute designs of cat collar bow tie that is cute and attractive for the kitties. The felines get motivated when they see their humans doing the same thing. So, on weekends and whenever you have time you can spend some time with her in cat dress. You can even find cat costumes for humans that come with feline ...

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Bearded Dragon Diet Explained

By Billy Golding  | Submitted On February 20, 2014

A bearded dragons diet will be made up of two types of foods. The first will be vegetation and the second will be insects. Below are the main foods you will want to feed to your bearded dragon as staple foods. Staple foods are types of foods that are acceptable to be fed on a daily basis. Everything else that's not on this list is probably not a good choice and should not be fed.

Vegetation: Butternut Squash, Cactus Pads, Collard Greens, Dandelion Greens, Green Acorn Squash, Mustard Greens, Kabocha Squash, Tunip Greens (not the root), and Yuca Root.

Insects: Silkworms, Phoenix worms, Crickets, Roaches, Superworms, and Mealworms.

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