Archives for October 2006

All About Chronic Dermatitis in Dogs

THE CHALLENGE OF CHRONIC DERMATITIS IN DOGS by T. J. Dunn, Jr. DVM This article appeared in Dog World Magazine What you should know… Understanding that there are over 160 different skin … [Read more...]

Animals that Do Not Make Good Pets

Animals that Do Not Make Good Pets By Tonia Jordan As humans, many of us have an affinity for animals. We seek companions in pets, but there are quite a number of animals that do not make good pets. … [Read more...]

Tips to Keep Your Pet Safe This Halloween

Tips to Keep Your Pet Safe This Halloween By David Brooks The Halloween holiday can be a scary and dangerous time for your pet. By following some simple rules and advice you can keep your pet safe … [Read more...]

Enhancing Your Child's Life with a Pet

Enhancing Your Child's Life with a Pet By Terry Coyier I have always loved having animals in my life. In fact, I can remember only a couple of years during my lifetime when I did not have a pet. When … [Read more...]

New Technology Can Improve Your Pet's IaQ

New Technology Can Improve Your Pet's IaQ By Bruce Bley In Atlanta, some of the more progressive, “high end”, pet boarding facilities (kennels) and veterinary clinics and specialists are doing … [Read more...]

WHS Ad – October 24, 2006 – Please Adopt Me!

OCTOBER IS ADOPT A DOG MONTH! Everyone who adopts a dog or puppy during the month of October will be automatically entered to win back their adoption fee and a nice gift basket! THE WINNIPEG HUMANE … [Read more...]

This Is Our 2,000th Post! WooHoo!

Welcome to our 2,000th Post It's true .. this is our 2,000th blog entry here at PetLvr.com - [The Blog] and you can verify it by clicking on this link ... http://PetLvr.com/blog/?p=2000 .. although, … [Read more...]

Your Cat Goes Missing

Your Cat Goes Missing By Kadence Buchanan According to the most recent Synovate pet survey (Sept. 2005), conducted in nine markets across the globe, the UK and the US were shown to be the two … [Read more...]

Spaying – A Simple Procedure With Great Benefits For Your Pet

Spaying - A Simple Procedure With Great Benefits For Your Pet By Lorie Huston Spaying your female pet has many benefits, both for you, as a pet owner, and for your pet. Besides preventing unwanted … [Read more...]

What Do You Know About Fish Tank Care?

What Do You Know About Fish Tank Care? By Michael Saville Having an aquarium can be a source of great joy and satisfaction. People who have fish as pet find that they feel calmer and happier when … [Read more...]

Training the Show Dog To Gait

Training the Show Dog To Gait By Michael Russell To the casual observer it does not appear that a Show Dog needs to know a lot in order to show. It is easy to believe that all the dog does is run … [Read more...]

Start Training Your New Puppy When You Choose the Name For Your Puppy

Start Training Your New Puppy When You Choose the Name For Your Puppy By Shelby Wright Why should you bother to name your dog? Well, everybody does, and its cute to be able to choose a suitable name … [Read more...]

Teaching the Dog to Focus

Teaching the Dog to Focus By Michael Russell A dog that can focus his attention completely on you is a dog that can truly learn and is a pleasure to train. When you embark on training your dog … [Read more...]

Teaching the Dog to Fetch

Teaching the Dog to Fetch By Michael Russell Many people mistakenly believe that any dog will chase after sticks and toys and are disappointed if they end up with a dog that simply does not retrieve. … [Read more...]

Something weird in our RSS feed

WordPress database error: [Duplicate entry '####' for key 1] INSERT INTO `wp_tla_rss_map` SET post_id = '####', Hmm... just noticed that weird message in the last handful of my posts in the RSS feed … [Read more...]

Training The Dog To Heel

Training The Dog To Heel By Michael Russell The word "heel" in dog training terms actually comes from an older term "come to heel". The translation is that the dog will come to the left side of the … [Read more...]

Want To Work With Dogs? Be A Pet Food Representative

Want To Work With Dogs? Be A Pet Food Representative By Tyler Brown There once was a man who wanted to make money utilizing his pet dog. So what did he do? He took all of his dog’s expenses and … [Read more...]

Dog Kennels – What to Look For

Dog Kennels - What to Look For By Sandra Oberreuter We all hate to leave our pets behind if we go on vacation or have to leave home for a few days. However, we can't always take them with us so if … [Read more...]

Raising Breeding and Caring for Chinchillas

Raising Breeding and Caring for Chinchillas By Greg Edwards Raising, breeding and caring for chinchillas which are small rodents belonging to the South American Andes are explained in the following … [Read more...]

When Is A Trick Not A Trick?

When Is A Trick Not A Trick? By Michael Russell Teaching any trick to a dog is relatively easy if you break the trick down into the separate steps or components that the dog must know, then … [Read more...]

Emergency Medical Care for Pets

Emergency Medical Care for Pets By Ian White A topic that has been the subject of great debate in recent years has been that of proper medical care and medical insurance for the human populace. While … [Read more...]

Dog Day Care

Dog Day Care By Sandra Oberreuter Dog day care is growing in popularity. It started in California in 1987 and has been spreading across the country every since. Dog day care centers are all over now. … [Read more...]

Fortifying Your Horse Fence

Fortifying Your Horse Fence By Jason T. Atilia Came across an article of Bob Kingsbery, ranch owner and horse fence expert, the other day. I have to admit that he does know what he's talking about. … [Read more...]

How To Deal With Serious Cat Urine Problems

How To Deal With Serious Cat Urine Problems By Jenny Johnson Are serious cat urine problems frustrating you? You aren’t alone. Cat urine stains are among the most difficult to remove. First, … [Read more...]

Introduce Your Dog To Socialization

Introduce Your Dog To Socialization By Michael Russell Socialization is a process of exposing your dog to people, animals and different situations. This teaches them to be confident and calm their … [Read more...]

Transferring Birds from Bird Cage to Aviary

Transferring Birds from Bird Cage to Aviary By Tanja Hut When catching the larger birds, a small bird cage is taken into the aviary and the bird is transferred from the net. The temptation to … [Read more...]

Buy a Bird Cage

Buy a Bird Cage By Lena Hilltorp There isn’t a more important purchase to be made for your new bird, then your bird’s cage. Well-made cages of high quality materials are expensive but are often safer … [Read more...]

Getting a Second Dog – What You Need To Know

Getting a Second Dog - What You Need To Know By Andrew Strachan As many dog lovers find, having one dog is sometimes just not enough. Many people feel that their existing dog would enjoy the company … [Read more...]

Choosing Appropriate Parrot Cages

Choosing Appropriate Parrot Cages By Dane J Stanton Probably one of the hardest things that new parrot owners come across in the early stages of ownership is choosing the right parrot cage for their … [Read more...]

The History of the Cats

The History of the Cats By Andrew McGregor Archaeologists have estimated that the ancestors of cats date back to 200 million years ago. The ancestors of cats are a group of meat eating animals that … [Read more...]

Give Your Pets A Lift With High-tech Designs For Doggy Dining

Give Your Pets A Lift With High-tech Designs For Doggy Dining By Dean Berenbaum Most people feed their pets on the floor, from a plastic or maybe metal bowl. Until recently, no one questioned this; … [Read more...]

Pet Memorial Markers

By Max Bellamy The often-heard complaint is that there are never enough of the right words to express the amount of sorrow felt upon the passing away of a dear one. They same holds true upon the … [Read more...]

CFA-Iams Cat Championship – Results

Here are the winners: Best in Show, #266 GC, GP Fuzzy-Foot’s Confetti of Deydream 649-1396854 Calico Manx Shorthair Spay Breeders: Cathy, Jim, Erika & Chris Dinesen Owners: Joy Yoders-Dey, … [Read more...]

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