Help! My Vet is Scaring My Dog!

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Some veterinarians aren’t aware when a dog’s body language indicates they are fearful. Here are some steps to take to encourage your vet to interact properly with your pet.

Compassionate Vet Care: Handling Pets in a Pet Friendly Manner

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Every day, pets are brought to our hospitals in this state of confusion and fear and we expect them to remain calm and cooperate for procedures. We poke them and prod them and carelessly flop them into various positions when they have no clue what we want. This type of treatment can make pet’s worse with each visit. In other words by treating pets in this manner we may be sending them home behaviorally worse or with a virtual behavioral “broken leg.” This article provides 6 tips that petcare professionals can implement immediately in order to improve our handling and treatment of pets and to create a pet-friendly atmosphere. By following these tips hospitals will become more efficient and have happier pets and satisfied clients.

The Father’s Day Gift: A Cattle Dog Puppy!

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The summer of 2009 my dad declares he wants a puppy which means he wants me to get one and train it for him but I have to train her in a week. Find out how I get the perfect puppy in 7 days and how it leads to a book.

Dog Park Etiquette

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While dog parks are ace playgrounds for Rovers to romp and Spots to socialize, without proper supervision, squabbles can break out like pimples on a teenager.

Low Stress Handling Book and DVD Gets Rave Reviews

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Believe is or not I actually meant to post this in January but then forgot. Recently Low Stress Handling, Restraint and Behavior Modification of Dogs & Cat has been reviewed by several journals and received great reviews.