More than a million puppies were given as gifts this holiday season. To help new pet parents prepare the expert dog behavioral therapists at Bark Busters USA compiled a series of essential tips based on the experience of the company’s worldwide network of dog behavioral therapists.
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Dogs aren’t born aggressive – but when aggression occurs, especially toward humans, the problem must be dealt with immediately.
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Lyme disease is one of 3 diseases in pets caused by a rickettsial organism (rickettsia are a type of bacteria.) Your pet cannot get the disease simply by exposure to an infected pet.
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In 1978, Linda Tellington-Jones created TTeam as a gentle approach to help horses with behavioral problems. Later, she refined the technique and created a series of touches using small, circular hand movements on the body.
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A dog’s breed and temperament, combined with your lifestyle and personality, all play an important role in determining what kind of dog is the best fit for you.
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Fatty acids are among the most commonly used nutritional supplements used in treating dogs and cats. Fortunately, they have been used successfully long enough that most conventional veterinarians include their usage in the treatment of at least some diseases.
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Here’s my simple step-by-step plan to help your pet get healthy this year. Take it slow and easy, go step-by-step, don’t get overwhelmed, and by this time next year you’ll have taken several small but important steps to improve your pet’s health.
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Can’t or don’t want to take your dog outside? Try these indoor games with Your Dog.
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Maybe you’ve noticed evidence of your favorite rodent—gophers, rabbits, rats, etc. laying claim to your outdoor space or your neighbor’s. Some may think the best solution is simple enough (although totally inhumane). They may buy poison and place it in strategic locations or pay someone else to do it.
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