Archives for October 2007

WHS Ad – October 30, 2007 – Please Adopt Me!

Marty, 137540 Marty is happy to be one of the first cats in the cat adoption condos at the new shelter! Marty has a bit of a surprising story…. Stray for 10 months, when he was finally found, his … [Read more...]

Pros and Cons of Control Tools for Dog Training

Sometimes the distinction between training and control is too easily lost. Using commands and hand gestures, with leashes or treats, to solicit desired behavior is training. Using choke or 'no-bark' … [Read more...]

Hello world!

Welcome to WordPress. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start blogging! UPDATE At 11:31pm CST October 28, 2007 .. the HART-Empire-Network server crashed. During this very moment, … [Read more...]

PetLvr.com – [The Blog] Receives Honorable Mention — Posting For Hope: Bloggers Unite Challenge

Rich from Copywrite, Ink., in co-operation with BlogCatalog, invited any blogger who participated in this campaign to submit a link and other measurements for consideration in our Blog For Hope Post … [Read more...]

Keep Your Cat Looking Great

Cats do not like to be dirty. Most cats spend a good part of their day licking their paws and face to stay clean and tidy. However, despite this, few cat owners think about grooming their … [Read more...]

Making Your Own Rabbit Cage

Many people find large, commercial rabbit cages beyond their budget. A rabbit benefits from a cage that is at least six times his body area, apart from the space required for a litter box. For most, … [Read more...]

Housebreaking Your Puppy

No training is more basic for pet owners than that first important lesson: Do it outside! Teaching your pet to eliminate outside the home, not in it, usually starts between six and eight weeks of … [Read more...]

6 Unique Apartment Pets

By Jeff Swett Nothing makes apartment living fun like a playful pet. Fido and Felix bring a number of new elements to an apartment other than the additional smell. On any given day pets add … [Read more...]

Cure An Aggressive Pet Rat

By Catherine Smith Is your rat aggressive? Does your rats often start fights with the other rats? Does he bite, or scratch you, or the other rats? If he does, I may just be able to help you. Whether … [Read more...]

WHS Ad – October 24, 2007 – Please Adopt Me!

Twizzler, Pixie & Rocket, 145666-68 We have many beautiful bunnies available for adoption, as well as degus, guinea pigs, gerbils and hamsters! Bert & Ernie, 147793 & 147795 Our new … [Read more...]

Training Rescued Dogs

Normal dog training requires patience that is greater nowhere else but childrearing. Training rescued dogs takes even more. Though sterilizing dogs - spaying (removing female organs) and neutering … [Read more...]

Feeding Your Horse

When you are caring for your horse, one of your most important responsibilities will be feeding him properly. Overfeeding grain to a horse can lead to a serious case of gas colic, which is an illness … [Read more...]

Protect Your Cat with Cat Vaccinations

One of the most important things you can do for your cat is to be sure its health is protected. Cat vaccinations can protect your cat from many common cat ailments. You should begin vaccinating your … [Read more...]

Caring for Lories and Lorikeets

While most birds have basically the same basic care requirements, lories and lorikeets are quite unique. The thing that sets them apart from other birds is their brush-like tongue. This tongue is … [Read more...]

Caring for Lories and Lorikeets

While most birds have basically the same basic care requirements, lories and lorikeets are quite unique. The thing that sets them apart from other birds is their brush-like tongue. This tongue is … [Read more...]

What Is a Ferret?

Named after the Latin word for thief, furonem, Ferrets are among the most popular of household pets today. Like cats, they can be both curious and friendly, and with some effort can be trained. … [Read more...]

Training Non-neutered Dogs

Not every dog gets spayed (removal of female reproductive organs) or neutered (removal of male organs). Whether through an intention to breed or other motive, many individuals leave their companions … [Read more...]

Pets @ HART Market and Other PetLvr store links

If I had a better category, I'd might start this post with... [SHAMELESS PROMOTION ON] I'm in the process of creating a bunch of "stores" or "product-related-theme" blog under the @ HART Market … [Read more...]

Tips for Training Large and Small Dogs

No project, apart from raising a child, requires more patience than dog training. All breeds have different attributes that present challenges. Some are intelligent, but boisterous and easily … [Read more...]

Video: Dog Video Dating – The Meth Minute39

Oh .. this was an interesting email I just received: Fellow Dog Lovers and Pooch Pals, We want to give you an insider treat from your friends at Channel Frederator. I'm Jeaux Janovsky, Channel … [Read more...]

WHS Ad – October 17, 2007 – Please Adopt Me!

LAST WEEK! PROMO ENDS THIS SATURDAY!! The WHS is moving! Help us get our furry friends ‘home’ before we move so they don’t have to move with us! We have ~40 dogs and over 150 cats to … [Read more...]

Dealing With Dog Jumping

Most dogs will display a tendency to jump on people at times. How often will vary with breed and by individual. One theory suggests that dogs are trying to get close to the person's face - not to … [Read more...]

Getting Your Horse to Trust You

It is possible to ride a horse that is uneasy around you, but it is much more enjoyable to ride a horse that trusts you completely. However, getting your horse to trust you is not always easy, … [Read more...]

Pet Rabbits and Children

Parents will often get a rabbit specifically as a pet for their child. Your child looks at you with those big eyes and says 'please' and the rabbit comes home. But rabbits are unlike cats or dogs and … [Read more...]

Video – Tandem Dog Dancing

Practice Makes Perfect! (to the tune of "I Can't Dance" by Genesis) Sure looks like fun, eh? I was browsing YouTube watching some dancing dog videos, and thought this was a nice one to post at … [Read more...]

Caring for Sick Birds

While caring for a sick pet can be a little tricky, caring for sick birds is extremely difficult. By the time many bird owners realize their pets are sick, the birds are seriously ill. If your bird is … [Read more...]

WHS Ad – October 10, 2007 – Please Adopt Me!

The WHS is moving! Help us get our furry friends ‘home’ before we move so they don’t have to move with us! We have ~40 dogs and over 150 cats to adopt! Effective October 1st and for a limited … [Read more...]

Cockatoos

You took one look at that big, fluffy cockatoo and knew you had to have one of your own. Those chocolate brown eyes sparkling with intelligence and the way the bird cuddled up to its owner have … [Read more...]

Buying Guide to Halters

The halter is the first piece of tack most horses ever wear and usually the only piece they still wear after they are retired to the pasture. Halters are important because they can help horse owners … [Read more...]

Cockatoos

You took one look at that big, fluffy cockatoo and knew you had to have one of your own. Those chocolate brown eyes sparkling with intelligence and the way the bird cuddled up to its owner have … [Read more...]

Stop the Begging!

Tastes among humans differ, but one thing is constant: your dog will eat just about anything off the table you give it. That may be fine when it's just you and the family. But when you have guests … [Read more...]

How a Cat Matures

When a kitten is born, it is hard to believe that one of these helpless little pink things will become a graceful and powerful hunter. However, within a year, that tiny kitten will be a mature … [Read more...]

27 Elephants Microchipped by Wildlife Department and Wildlife SOS

Here is a Press Release forwarded to me by Vasuda Wildlife S.O.S., an organization found on PetLvr's Pet Rescue Links page. If your organization has a press release that you wish to be posted here, … [Read more...]

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