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The Pros And Cons Of Using An Invisible Fence

Your dog needs daily time outdoors. Going outside offers mental stimulation to stave off boredom and the opportunity to exercise. A key concern, of course, is keeping your dog contained. She is far more likely to get lost, sustain an injury, ingest a toxin, encounter other risks, or cause damage for which you’re liable if she leaves your yard. Invisible fences are a popular containment option. These use eit ...

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What To Do If Your Dog Is Hit By A Car

There are some dogs that love to run after cars, and the only way that you can break this dangerous habit is if you have the dog trained. It will also help if you provide a fenced area so he won't be able to escape and chase after moving cars. Fences can prevent him from being hit by a vehicle or from causing an accident. Training him, providing a fenced area, and even putting a leash on him when he's out i ...

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Safety For Riding Older Horses

There are many people who would suggest that once a horse reaches a certain age, it can no longer be ridden and must be, for want of a better phrase retired. This is no longer true, and with the right care and attention, a horse can still be ridden well into its twenties and may give and get a great experience. The fact however that the horse could be unpredictable, be in bad habits which could be hard to b ...

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How To Manage Your Itchy Puppy

It's distressing seeing your young puppy scratching and biting at himself. However, the only way to stop him doing so is to work out what is causing him to itch, and to do something about it. The three most common problems that will make your pup scratchParasitesFleas are such a common cause of itching in dogs of all ages that, even if you don't see any of these little biting insects on your pup, it's impor ...

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YPG Started Training Dogs for Afghan Missions

On June 01, 2012 renowned combat photographer Adam Ferguson visited Yuma Proving Ground, a site where different military tests are held, situated in Arizona U.S, to gather photos for National Geographic Magazine that is expected to come next spring. YPG trains hundreds of dogs, from birth, along with their coaches, for deploying abroad to other countries as well as training hundreds more for several law enf ...

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Moving Abroad With Your Pet?

Thinking of shifting overseas with your dog? The famous lifestyle magazine about dogs K9 explains the increasing demand of dog owners who are contriving to move abroad along with their dogs. The editor of K9 magazine Ryan O’Meara explicates that over past five years, different readers have asked the same question of “What to do?” when moving abroad along with their dog. Moving abroad with your dog is, someh ...

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