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Shelters offer care for animals of domestic violence victims
She came to the YWCA North Central Indiana looking for shelter from domestic violence. It was hard to leave her home, where her three cats were all she had. What would happen to them?
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Horses are very sensitive by nature and as such, must be trained in a very delicate manner. Each individual horse has its own personality and will react differently to environments and techniques. Always play to the horse’s cognitive abilities and be patient. Do just enough to stay in control of your pet. If your horse is scared, it will not obey your commands and will look for an exit route. Use easy to understand signals and avoid training in unfamiliar environments or around other animals. Also, horses must be trained bilaterally. Horses that are trained in eyesight of just one eye will not recognize training if signals are given in the opposite field of vision.
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When I was growing up we could never afford much for our animals. Every kid grows up wanting a dog or cat, or some kind of animal that they can take care of and love. While grow up with our dog ‘Ginger’, we would always take care of her as much as we could. Being just eight years old I did what any kid would do. I would run around and play with Ginger as she was one of my best friends. I remember running around the back yard with her and playing ‘keep away’ as she would run back and forth, from my sister and back to me. Ginger was any kid’s best friend.
We were happy with our dog and I remember spending some of my allowance on buying her toys or special food, doggie treats. I spent the little money I had for her and wanted her to have a great life. I remember how excited she would get when I would come home with a dog bone, usually from my friend’s house. His mother had a paper route and she would give all of the dogs on her paper route small bones. Every time I came home she knew she was getting a treat.
This was our life growing up with Ginger, happiness and joy. She lived a great life until the day she got sick. I remember wanting to take her to the vet and begged my mom to take her. I would have given up all of my allowance to take her to any vet or doctor who would see her. We did not have the money and so Ginger sat at home, sick and possibly dyeing. There was nothing I could do or say that would have gotten my poor dog help. I remember those days as if they were yesterday, but a lot has changed. In today’s world we have vitamins for dog and cats, different types of foods, clothing and even pet meds. We have pet medications that will help any animal if they are sick, to become well again. If we only had this type of service back when I was a kid I think Ginger’s final days in this world would have been better. My dog and best friend ended up passing away a few weeks after getting sick. I know that we took the best care of her and did all we could to keep her from suffering. I love my dog and miss her even to this day.
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When we talk about dog training at home we think of the rewarding feeling of being able to develop an animal’s skills, but there is a lot of work and effort involved in the process too. Dog training at home begins with potty training and continues with complex tasks and commands. However, before you start dog training at home you’ll have to find some professional information on dog health and care. The very basic “sit” and “hello” are among the first tricks of dog training at home, followed by the leash walk as an essential part of the process of dog socializing.
Many pet owners choose to turn to professional videos that teach them dog training at home. There are usually two types of approaches to dog training at home and in general: the collar treatment and the reward-based program. Studies conducted in recent years have shown that dog training at home by using very positive methods is likely to create social and highly reliable animals, that not only will listen to your commands but will always been on guard when it comes to the safety of your family. Dog training at home may not have the professional background but it surely has an emotional touch.
Once you start dog training at home don’t limit to teaching the dog how to raise the paw or sit when ordered. You can take dog training at home a little further and show the animal how to play “fetch”. It begins by using one of the pet’s favorite toys, but it has to result in the animal’s ability to bring any object. No matter the purpose of dog training at home, keep in mind that reward is the magic key to get to your dog’s mind. Every time it performs an action, the dog will need encouragement to continue; therefore an affectionate moment is welcome and appreciated as much as some goodie treat.
Dog training at home takes a lot of time and energy, and many people find it a true challenge. However, time should not be a problem as long as you can turn to your animal and lavish a little attention on it. You can even practice fetch during a commercial just like any other commands learned during dog training at home. If you don’t want to have your dog on the sofa with you, you can always order it to move, and the animal would respond. This is the very practical side of dog training at home. By all means avoid bullying the dog or raising your voice, as such manifestations develop aggression or fear. For Free Tips http://dog-training-online-now.info
Lyme disease is rearing its head in Western Pennsylvania. Veterinarians are seeing more cases this year than in recent years. Lyme disease is a potentially fatal disease transmitted from ticks to both animals and humans. Antibiotics can be used to treat the disease. There is a vaccination that can protect your pets, but can cause serious adverse reactions. Your veterinarian can tell you what course of action is best for your pet.
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Does your dog ever bark at you when it is dark? Scientists have an explanation for you. Canines often rely on facial recognition when looking at people or even other animals. In the study, if pet owners covered their faces, their dogs had difficulty in identifying them.
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