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Cats are playful animals. It is hard to stop them from jumping around the place, poking their nose, or peeping into anything that looks play-worthy. Cats, in a nutshell, are a lazy breed but full of fun. While static toys are there in most pet homes, interactive cat toys are trending,…

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Cats are favorite pets because they are easy to keep. Unlike dogs, cats might not demand much attention like dogs. However, that doesn't mean they don’t like to play. Interactive play is good for their brain and fitness. But what if you don’t have spare time or simply suck at…

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The Art, Science and Ethics of Using Decoy Dogs

By Yvette Van Veen  A decoy dog can help a reactive dog overcome any frustration triggered by the leash © Can Stock Photo / eldadcarin Learning to work with a reactive, anxious or fearful dog is a challenging process. Dog owners especially struggle. They must learn new skills and execute…

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The Rollercoaster of Reactivity

By Mary Jean Alsina A leash gives a dog no option to escape, leaving him little recourse but to behave aggressively in an attempt to keep the perceived threat at bay © Can Stock Photo / hannadarzy Leash reactivity can be one of the most common (and embarrassing) problems dog…

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The Art and Science of Consent Testing

By Angelica Steinker When a dog is leaning into a person to initiate closer contact it indicates a “yes” © Can Stock Photo / miss_j Consent testing is the process of observing a dog’s body language to see if he is fine with whatever environmental change has been presented to…

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Stuck in the Mud

By Lara Joseph “Almost all aggressive behaviors I have seen in pigs have started out with the pig defending himself from humans or another animals. The signs of fear are subtle and the aggression that follows is preventable.” © Lara Joseph Mini, pocket and teacup are all adjectives used to…

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Happy Holidays…for Dogs too!

Some dogs may be happier in a quiet area of the house during busy holiday festivities © Can Stock Photo / Gordo25 It can be so easy in all the madness and mayhem to overlook our dogs’ needs over the holiday period. Certainly, I always have an influx of inquiries…

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Choosing The Right Cat Collars: A Guide To The Best Cat Collars

Check, and you won't find any rule that mandates putting a collar on your cat. Then you can also think about how daunting it is to successfully wear your cat its first collar, mainly if it's a kitten or adult without previous experience of wearing one. These factors can make you hesitate to purchase a cat collar. Maybe you have never thought…

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