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*Understanding* - The First Of The 6 Keys To Building A Life Long Partnership With Your Horse


Yesterday we talked a little about the 6 Keys for aLife Long Partnership with your horse, today I wouldlike to visit with you about the first key,*Understanding.*

Build A Better Mousetrap, And People Will Buy It


This is an old saying that many of us have grown up hearing since we were children, but the problem is improving on an invention that has been around for years. This is especially true for simple inventions like the common pet identification tag, or dog tag as it is normally referred too as. The pet identification tag has been a staple of our society for hundreds of years as a way to identify the owners of a particular lost pet, but it was not until World War I that the pet tag became famous and picked up its moniker as the ?dog tag.?

Canine Hip Dysplasia (CHD)


What is Canine Hip Dysplasia?

Dog Training ? Early Training Is Essential


Dogs are a fantastic edition to any family but like all youngsters they need training. If you do not train your puppy now it will take a serious amount of help from a training school to get him to be obedient later on. Puppies just like babies learn mostly in their early years and unfortunately will also pick up the bad habits also. Early attention will save you heartache later on and give you more quality time.

How I Get More Training Done On My Horses In 1/2 The Time


Here's a simple way... to help your horse learn twiceas fast.

Afraid To Buy A Horse At Public Auction?


Here are 5 things to do to put the odds of getting a good horse in your favor.

Puppy Crate Training -- Fast Track to a Contented Dog


Puppy crate training is one of the most effective ways to housebreak your new puppy.

Puppy Vaccines Assure Wagging Tails and Wet Noses


When you get a new puppy it is imperative that he receive all his proper puppy vaccines. These protect him from getting diseases if he becomes exposed to them.

Five Powerful Reasons Why Owning A Pet Could Make You Live Longer


You may have heard that pets have been scientifically proven to increase your chances of living to a ripe old age. Well the rumour is true, but how exactly is it possible you may be wondering.

Westie Rescue Centres


The aim of a Westie rescue centre such as the one at:http://www.westierescuescheme.org.uk/ is for rescuing and re-housing unwanted westie dogs.

Good Dog Care Is Vital


Dog care

Separation Anxiety in Dogs


What is Separation Anxiety?

Protecting the Smallest Member of Your Family: A Step-by-step Guide to Pet Insurance


Let?s face it ? Fido and Fluffy are an important part of your family. Do you want to have to assign a dollar value to them if they become sick or injured?

Dog Training Collars -- Proper Selection Leads To Training Success


The proper selection of a training collar can have a significant impact on the success of any dog training program. Most new dog trainers make the mistake of choosing a dog collar that does not allow for adequate control during the training sessions.

What Dog Owners Need To Know About Dog Crate Training


Why should you use the dog crate training method?

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