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    • 1.

      Peppermint for Cats!

      by Morgen Marshall - 2006-12-11
      Now is the time of year to get Peppermint Extract. Yes, Peppermint extract. Why? What if your cat needs to go to the veterinarian? What if your cat gets into a fight or eats too much turkey? What...
    • 2.

      Spaying and Neutering Dogs Too Early - A Stark Warning

      by Stan Rawlinson - 2006-12-18
      Spaying and neutering can make for a better and more affectionate family pet. It is a medical fact that spaying and neutering can prolong the life of our pets and may reduce the number of health probl...
    • 3.

      Is Pitbull Aggresive or people make them agressive!

      by miki kik - 2006-12-22
      Before discussing the features that set this pitbull breed apart, some major points need to be made. If you want to understand the nature of these dogs, you have to leave behind you all your experienc...
    • 4.

      The First Cardinal Sin of Thinking: The Gotta

      by Ken Fields - 2006-12-29
      "I gotta go to work," I gotta take care of the kids," I gotta go to the market", "I gotta get a job." There are so many things we "gotta" do. Gotta, of course, is a somewhat slang expression for "got ...
    • 5.

      Which of These Five Dog Training Mistakes are you Making?

      by Mihail Asaenov - 2006-12-30
      Five dog training mistakes to avoidMistake #1: Not being consistent.Consistent training is a must if you expect to ever have a reliably trained dog. Repetition is the key. Without a doubt the number o...
    • 6.

      Managing an Aggressive Boss with Effective Communication

      by Joshua Uebergang - 2007-01-04
      It is tough having to deal with someone who abuses you and even more so when the person has extra authoritative power then you.If the verbal and other forms of mental abuse begin to get really serious...
    • 7.

      Energy Vampire?

      by Lama-Jigme Gyatso - 2007-01-07
      Could you, or maybe someone you know; be habitually Driven by anxiety or fear? Could you, or maybe someone you know; be habitually Defensive or insecure?Could you, or maybe someone you know; be hab...
    • 8.

      Helping the Aggressive Child

      by Helene Rothschild - 2007-01-23
      Chuck, an active ten-year-old boy, was fidgeting as he was sitting in the large gold reclining chair. His busy hands and feet were moving constantly, and his eyes were reflecting his fears. Chuck did ...
    • 9.

      Dog Aggression Over Toys

      by Nick Krueger - 2007-02-28
      If your dog growls or snarls at you or another dog over his toys, it would be a good idea to treat this problem immediately. Dogs instinctively mark and defend what they consider their territory. Thi...
    • 10.

      Dog Training: Beyond Conditioning

      by Lex Fredericks - 2007-03-12
      Not many people stop to think that the relationships we have with our canine companions are two sided. Dogs must also decipher human language and society, and strive to understand us and what we ex...