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  • Carrying a riding crop seems pretty straight forward right? You hold it in your hand and use it when your horse isn't doing what it is supposed to do. Well, not exactly. Carrying one should be a right of passage. You need to understand how to properly use it first!

    How to Properly Use a Riding Crop

    How to Properly Use a Riding Crop

    by Ellison Hartley2

  • Bites, scratches or worse can happen when we don't approach an animal correctly. Even if we have seen them around or know them from a neighbor, there is a right way and a wrong way to approach an animal.

    How to Approach an Animal You Do Not Know

    How to Approach an Animal You Do Not Know

    by Cheryl Simonds7

  • Many dog owners wonder how to potty train a beagle puppy, considering that beagle puppies have a reputation for being difficult to potty train. By better understanding beagle puppies, it is possible to overcome several potty training difficulties and help these pups succeed.

    How to Potty Train a Beagle Puppy

    How to Potty Train a Beagle Puppy

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli0

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  • Congratulations on your new canine companion! Whether caring for a tan Shiba Inu or a Chesapeake Bay Retriever, find the perfect name for your new best friend. Choose from classic or creative names, cool or cute names . . . there are 200+ to choose from.

    200+ Best Chocolate and Brown Dog Name Ideas

    200+ Best Chocolate and Brown Dog Name Ideas

    by Layne Holmes2

  • The death of a pet can be truly devastating, and while it's important to show someone who is grieving that you care, it can be hard to know what to say. Here are some simple messages you can use in a card, a text message, or on the phone to console your friend after the death of their beloved pet.

    Sympathy Messages for the Loss of a Pet

    Sympathy Messages for the Loss of a Pet

    by Mary Wickison15

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  • What do you do when you noticed blood in your dog's stool? While occasional blood can be caused by less pressing health conditions that may resolve on their own, other times, blood in stool can be a symptom of more serious issues that need to be addressed by your veterinarian.

    Blood in My Dog's Poop: Causes and Treatment

    Blood in My Dog's Poop: Causes and Treatment

    by Layne Holmes2

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  • Are you looking for a list of black and white animals? Here are 20 of the most recognizable black and white species. Learn about why their colors help them camouflage. Enjoy these stunning pictures as well.

    20 Black and White Animals: Names and Pictures

    20 Black and White Animals: Names and Pictures

    by Layne Holmes0

  • So, you're a cat lover. You love cats so much they just seem to find you. With your household full of critters, you may be wondering what breed or breeds your cats are. Some cats, even mixed breeds, present with dominant traits of their parents. Here's how to determine what your cat is.

    How to Determine My Cat's Breed—Identifying Mixed Breeds to Purebreds

    How to Determine My Cat's Breed—Identifying Mixed Breeds to Purebreds

    by Layne Holmes0

  • Are your pet rat's nails too long or sharp? Learn how to safely trim your rat's nails using a nail scissor or clipper, as well as how to file down your rat's nails naturally.

    How to Trim Your Pet Rat's Nails

    How to Trim Your Pet Rat's Nails

    by Jessica Marello12

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  • German Shepherds can grow some seriously long nails if you don't trim them. Nail care is essential if you want to avoid tears and even issues with the alignment of their paws. Cutting dog nails is fairly easy if you know how to do it without causing stress or hurting your friend.

    Tips for Trimming German Shepherd Nails

    Tips for Trimming German Shepherd Nails

    by Sam Shepards2

  • If you work all day but still want a dog, check out these seven breeds. We'll take a look at the personality and characteristics of these low-energy, independent dog breeds. Find out which one will suit your lifestyle.

    The Seven Best Dog Breeds for Someone Who Works All Day

    The Seven Best Dog Breeds for Someone Who Works All Day

    by Dr Mark163

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