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Aggression
When is aggressive behavior too much? House cats, although domesticated versions, are still relatives of the 'big cats'. And with that, still retain some of the aggressive behaviors of larger cats and wild cats.

Cats, like lions, show signs of dominance and territorialism . . . .
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Keeping Your Pet Safe From Holiday Hazards
Be sure to make this holiday season safe and enjoyable for everyone in your family by observing the following pet safety tips:
  • If you have a live Christmas tree, keep the water stand covered. Pine sap mixed with water makes a poisonous drink for your pet. . . . .
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House Training - Puppies and Older Dogs
Dogs need to be taught good manners just like children do. Training makes a dog easier to care for, cleaner in the house, and safer on the street. Here are two ways to house train your puppy and a way to housetrain an older dog.

Housebreaking a puppy should start as soon . . . .
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How To's Articles
"Treating" Your Pet Right
Acne
Adopting ABCs
Aggression
Appetite Stimulation
Avoiding Dog Bites
Barking and Growling Problems
Bird Care
Box Turtle Care
Caring For Pets During Emergencies
Caring For Your New Addition
Chewing and Digging
Chewing or Sucking
Clicker Training
CPR
Crate Training
Dealing with Normal Puppy Behavior: Chewing
Dealing With The Loss of A Pet
Dental Problems
Diet & Weight Control
Dogs and Kids
Dogs and Separation Anxiety
Dominance - Hierarchy in Cats
Exercising Your Pet
Feeding Green Iguanas
Feeding Your Pet Bird
Ferret Care
Finding A Dog
Finding A Lost Pet
Fish Care
Food and Eating Habits
Giving Medications
Grooming
Guinea Pig Care
Healthypet Happiness Part 1
Healthypet Happiness Part 2
Healthypet Happiness Part 3
House Training - Puppies and Older Dogs
House Training Your Puppy
Housetraining Your Puppy
How To Socialize
How to Solve the Digging Problem
How to tell the Sex of a Kitten
If Your Pet Is Sprayed By A Skunk
Iguana Care
Interdog Aggression
Introducing Two Cats
Introducing Your Pet to a Baby
Keeping Your Pet Safe From Holiday Hazards
Litterbox Issues
Lyme Disease In Pets
Matts
Naturally Treating Epilepsy
Obesity
Organic Foods, What's The Fuss?
Pet Bird Care
Picking Up Your Pup
Pocket Pet Care
Prevent Poisonings
Puppy Housetraining- Part 2
Rabies
Raising Buddy
Re-Homing Adult Dogs
Reptile Care
Responsible Dog Ownership
Scratching
Socialization
Socializing Your New Pet
Submissive and Excitement Urination
Successful Cleaning To Remove Pet Odors and Stains
Summer Pet Care
Teaching Your Child To Be "Pet-Wise"
The Quest For Balanced Training
Tick Transmitted Disease
Training Older Pets
Traveling By Air With Your Pet
Traveling By Car With Your Pet
Trimming Pet Toenails
Vegetarian Diets For Pets
West Nile Virus

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