Love your pet News for August 08 2017

Tavi, the kitten, will make you love him! – pets

Tavi is solid black. He even has black whiskers! Some people are just crazy for all black cats. If you’re one of those people, Tavi is your baby. He has been …
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articles – healingpetloss.com

You will have experienced your pet’s lessons of unconditional love non-judgment living in the … … She creates a bridge between you and your spirit pet, …
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How to: Stop Pet Accidents!

Fact is, dogs have an incredible sense a smell, so even though I would clean the area thoroughly and could no longer smell his urine. Avoid using ammonia based products to clean dog urine. Dog urine has ammonia in it and he/she may be encouraged to go in the same area. Remember, your dog’s sense of smell is a hundred times better than yours. The smell is too overwhelming to a dog and he/she will be deterred from using that spot as his/her bathroom. Make sure to respray the area every 24 hours until the dog completely loses interest in that area. Again, the scent is too much for the dog to bear and will deter him/her from sniffing around that area. Your dog will start getting used to this treatment and want to go the bathroom outside ALL THE TIME! If you see your dog panting, pacing, sniffing around insidechances are he/she needs the bathroom! If you catch your dog about to take a squatFIRMLY SAY “NO! OUT!” and immediately take them to the door and outside and follow ‘TIP #2″ above. Do NOT yell or smack your dog! Negative reinforcement may end up making your dog’s behavior worse, so it is important not to revert to that no matter how frustrating the situation gets. Use a crate! Your dog might have serious separation anxiety when you leave him/her for a while causing him/her to go the bathroom in the house. The investment of a crate is well worth the cost if it means your dog won’t be having accidents while your gone. Think about itIf your bladder was the size of a walnut you would need to pee every 20 minutes too! Its not the dogs fault for being so small. I’m happy to report that after my initial post back in May 2012, my dog hasn’t had any more accidents in the house.
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All Pet Health Articles – EverydayHealth.com

Find information on pet health, including pets and your health and traveling with pets, at Everyday Health.
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