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Ways To Reduce Your Dog’s Eco Footprint

If we want our future generations to have years of enjoyment on our beautiful planet, we all need to do our part by reducing our eco footprint on the world. As we become more developed as a society, we are creating more waste and pollution that affect how the children and animals of tomorrow will live. Rather than living off the land and following the circle of life, we as humans are introducing new matter ...

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Making Your Child Ready For An Actual Pet

Your child is begging you to give him his own pet. All his friends have their own puppies. As much as you wanted to give him what he wants, you need to consider some things. You have to ensure that your son is ready to take care of an animal. It’s not enough that he watches Animal Planet, although that can help too. You need to be hands on in analysing if he’s up for a new responsibility. After all, we know ...

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Where To Start When Planning A Fundraising Event

If you are passionate about supporting charitable causes, you may already have taken part in some fundraising events, such as sponsored walks/runs, fairs, coffee mornings and so on.  But if you want to do more and put some of your own fundraising ideas into action, where do you start?   Firstly, think about your chosen charity: is it chiefly concerned with children, health, animals?  Is it a national c ...

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Do Dogs Really Need Friends?

Like their owners, dogs are social creatures, pack animals and insightful to emotions. These qualities are some of the reasons they make such good friends to humankind. The same qualities play a role in a dog’s need for friends. We should not expect our pups to want to socialize with every dog, and a dog friend should not be a substitute for his human friend. Your dog will still trust and respect you ...

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Doing Your Part: Simple Ways To Find And Rescue A Homeless Pet

With the growing awareness of homeless pets in the United States more advocates are broadcasting in TV shows, running magazine columns and hitting the social media networks to draw awareness to the community worldwide in their efforts to reduce the number of homeless pets that die each year because nobody wants them. “Adopt Don’t Shop” has become a popular slogan painted across the interne ...

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Raise A Puppy You Love To Live With – 8 Housetraining Tips To Save Your Home

Puppies are some of the cutest creatures on earth – but they can also be some of the most challenging creatures you might have in your life. You’ve got to housetrain your puppy, save all of your slippers from being chewed apart, teach your puppy not to jump on every person and surface, and hopefully end up with a dog who loves to listen to you. Potty training is usually top on the list of priori ...

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Interesting Dog Myths And Facts

Since the beginning of time, men have looked to the stars and gods for answers in just about every area of their lives. Dogs were part of the Greek mythology; some were considered gods. The dog Argus was Ulysses great hunting companion. Argus was the only creature that could recognize the Greek hero Ulysses, when he returned home after twenty years and lived in disguise as a beggar.  The three-headed G ...

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6 Ways To Reduce The Smell Of Cat Litter

The only downside to having a cat is cleaning up the litter box. This is, after all, a big toilet that never gets flushed. Eventually, it's going to stink up the house, making your neighbors think that you're not nearly as clean as you actually are. Luckily, there are some simple steps you can take to reduce the small of cat litter. Read on to see how you can get the air back in your home. Buy a Litter Box ...

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How To Make Homemade Dog Food

Essential Nutrients Dogs need a balanced diet, much as humans do. While there are essential nutrients that you will need to ensure your dog gets either in their food or as an additional supplement, your dog can thrive and be healthy by eating homemade dog food. Expertise Just as you would before making any drastic changes to your own diet or lifestyle, you should always consult with a vet before switching y ...

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Dog’s Greatest Pleasure – Chewing

Chewing on furniture, slippers or anything at a dog’s eye level can be a problem for a dog’s owner. Most people seem to think that older dog’s will not chew on anything after the puppy stage, this is wrong  your dog can cause a lot of damage or even hurt themselves while chewing on items left lying around.  It is true that pups will chew on anything while they are losing their ba ...

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