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Cats with drinking problems

I have water bottles because I have cats. If I leave a glass of water anywhere, within minutes Tristan has his head in the glass. Whether it fits, or not. If we ever wondered why cats like to knock over … Continue reading ?

Van Ness Hamster Ball

I recently ordered this from petstore.com and thought I would do a short video on it. It can be used 3 different ways: as a regular ball, on a stand, and on a stand in the … Read More

HAMSTER BITE – OUCH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Its normal for Hamsters to bite once in a while its just there natural instinct.

Always End on Good Note? (Please Don’t, Not Always.)

How many times have you heard or said “Always end a training session on a good note?” I heard it repeatedly when I first went into the field and said it myself, until I saw how much trouble it could cause a dog and his handler. I got to thinking about this training aphorism when […]

The 4th of July is a dangerous time for pets, so here’s how to keep them safe

In the United States, the 4th of July is a euphoric holiday filled with pool parties, barbecues, and all things Americana. While…

Hero dog who discovered drugs in his backyard becomes a K9 narcotics officer!

Dog With Blog Dog With Blog - Dog blog | Dog adoption India From nabbing terrorists to thwarting terror plots, dogs have emerged as our best line of defense in the post 9/11 world. But it is not just foiling terror plots, police dogs are also at the fore when it comes to busting drug dealers. Show More Summary

Golden Retriever Digs Up $85,000 Worth of Heroin in Backyard

They don't call them retrievers for nothing. An 18-month-old Golden Retriever named Kenyon (pictured above) dug up quite the discovery in his owner's backyard in Oregon in early August: approximately $85,000 worth of heroin. According...Show More Summary

"How Come People Say They Love Animals and Kill Them?"

In a discussion with kids about human-animal relationships some difficult topics were raised. Some focused on obvious conflicts, people saying one thing and doing something else.

How Do I Stay Positive If Training Goes Badly? – Dressage Mastery TV Ep178

Welcome to this weeks lesson! Today Natasha talks about staying positive when your training sessions are going ‘badly’!! You’ll love all the learnings from this video. It’s a great lesson! And make sure you check out … Read More

Aug 19, Cat refuses to use litter box in basement

I have had two rescued brother cats for 16 years. One had thyroid problems and then kidney problems and was ill for a long time. Their box had always

Teach your Parrot to say Hello! (No Background Noise)

Train your Parrot to say Hello! Enhanced audio made just for your pet companion! They will be saying Hello in no time!

Tips to Harness Train a Parrot – GoodBirdInc.com

Here are some tips to help get you started on some harness training with your parrot. The two amazons have progressed since this was filmed. The harness featured is the Aviator Harness. I also have … Read More

Aug 18, Cats doing their business outside the litter tray

Hi, I was telling a friend of mine that a friend has a cat that pees and poops outside of her litter tray. She suggested that she try spreading around

Dogs: When They Smell Their Pee They Know It's "Me"

A new & novel study about self-recognition by dog researcher Alexandra Horowitz taps into what's happening in a dog's brain when their nose goes to work sniffing different odors.

Animal Well-Being, Compassionate Conservation, and Rewilding

In an interview with the Charter for Animal Compassion's Rob Percival, we discuss the importance of treating other animals with deep respect and the value of personal rewilding.

Cat Affection Move: The Secret Hand

Since my cats have been in varying degrees of confusion when we expanded our living space, I’ve been using Secret Hand more often. This is an affection move where Hand becomes a third party in our interactions. Secret Hand is … Continue reading ?

Canadian researchers evaluate joint pressure in ridden Quarter horses with and without horseshoes

EquineGuelph is reporting that the Ontario Veterinary College's Professor Jeff Thomason, BA, MSc, PhD is working on a summer project investigating the changes of loading pressure on the joints of Quarter horses as it relates to shoeing. Professor...Show More Summary

How Will Our Animals Respond to the Eclipse?

I’m mighty lucky in that a short hike to a clearing in the woods adjoining my property will place me in the zone of totality (I simply love this expression) for the upcoming eclipse. And the best part... Read More

Clicker-Training: Shaping a Rat to Roll Back a Tube

In this video Blackberry demonstrates how you can clicker-train your rat to roll an object backwards. Just another backwards trick to add to Berry’s collection ???? I’m using oats soaked in water as a treat. Enjoy! … Read More

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