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Build Trust in Pets

  Learning how to build trust in pets and people should be one of those items you add to your New Year’s resolutions. Recently I watched a “pet show” at a major amusement park in Tampa, Fl. The actors...

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New Year’s Resolutions for Your Pets

A 2007 study, of New Year’s Resolutions, by Richard Wisemen from the University of Bristol, showed that 88% of resolutions fail, although 52% of the people were confident in success. This year include your pet in the resolution which...

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Motivate Your Pets

It is cold and snowy and you don’t want to get out of bed. It’s a lack of motivation that is keeping you underneath those warm, comfortable blankets. Perhaps thinking about a mouthwatering breakfast or a refreshing shower might...

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Growing Bananas

Five years ago I started growing banana plants They were all free from Craigslist transplants Except for one, which was special, so I decided to pay It was an unusual variety and it was my birthday It cost twenty-five...

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How to Target Train Your Pet

Learning how to target train your pet might be the most beneficial behavior you could train. When an animal targets, you are asking them to aim a body part towards a specific object. Once trained, this behavior has endless...

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Caring for Mice

CCKC is going to the rodents. Ever since we stopped being a nomadic species, mice have stayed with us. Once we started farming and especially once we started storing dry food, rodents caught on. While this situation might not...

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Raw Diet for Dogs

Rare, medium or well-processed. With those choices, some are considering if a raw diet for dogs is better than a corn based processed kibble. Angela Dugrenier and Jeremy Miklas are artsy, animal-loving, spicy Thai-food eating people that I want...

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