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What Your Pets Represent About You

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

According to an online survey conducted by Career Builder, which reached more than 2,300 workers, pets have a greater impact on our lives than many of us may have previously thought. We've all heard the euphemism that says a pet's personality reflects that of its owner, but it turns out that pets might also reflect their owners' careers.   READ MORE

Five Animal Articles That Will Blow Your Mind

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

If you've ever thought you had a good grasp on the animal kingdom, these five articles will probably prove that you have a lot more to learn! For example, are you aware that there is such a thing as River Dolphins? We sure weren't! How about a cancer treatment developed from the parasites found in cat feces? We're not kidding…it's a real thing!   READ MORE

The E-Collar – Dangerous or Effective? What You Need to Know

Monday, July 14, 2014

The E-collar, also known as the shock or static collar, is used for recall, bark control, training, field hunting, aggressive dog control and more. What's often not discussed is how they're misused in the applications of those methods and how the lack of insight into your canine's psychology can have a profound effect on any training methodology or tool being used – batteries included or not.   READ MORE

Puppy Training Tip: The Replacement Theory

Monday, June 30, 2014

If you have a puppy at home, then you know how much they love to chew! And we aren't just talking about their puppy chow – we mean furniture arms, couch pillows, and your favorite dress shoes. But here's the trick: train your puppy early with confidence and consistency using the replacement theory.   READ MORE

Animals Need Companionship, Just like We Do

Monday, June 16, 2014

Do you have more than one pet in your home? If so, then you won't be surprised by the following video about a strong friendship between a goat and a donkey.   READ MORE

This Little Frog Has a Very Clever Idea

Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Spring is the season of love in the animal kingdom, and this little frog has a very clever idea to maximize his chances of attracting a mate.   READ MORE

In Terms of Intelligence, Crows Are Comparable with Primates

Monday, June 09, 2014

Who would have guessed that the New Caledonian Crow is such a whipper snapper? And by that we mean, really, really smart!

Scientists from New Zealand's University of Auckland have been studying the crows that inhabit the South Pacific island of New Caledonia and were shocked to discover how advanced their problem-solving skills are. In fact, their genius innovation leaves them comparable to primates:  READ MORE

Understanding What Your Dog is Communicating with Its Tail

Thursday, May 15, 2014

Have you or your child ever made the mistake of misinterpreting a dog's tail wag to mean it's happy and wanting to be petted? You're probably not alone! The tail wag is an easy dog behavior to misunderstand.

An article published by Animal Planet explains that "Dogs use their tails to communicate strong emotions such as agitation, annoyance and anger as well as happiness. A person can be bitten by a dog that's wagging his tail because he read the signs incorrectly."


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