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Questions for Warren?
- Why does my pet...
- Mushroom Poisoning
- I'm an animal?
- Angels or Devils?
- The Alpha Myth
- Building Your Cat's Self-Confidence
Many an owner has glanced over at their sleeping pet and seen them jerk their legs or twitch their feet. Sometimes this jerking motion is so pronounced that owners become alarmed that their beloved Fluffy is having some sort of seizure.
Mushroom poisoning occurs as a result of your pet ingesting toxic mushrooms. This is a common problem for dogs because they spend so much time in our yards. Check your yard for mushrooms and remove them immediately. Most importantly be aware of the signs and symptoms of mushroom poisoning.
Your pet may not be human, but he’s not just an animal, either. You can’t expect him to sit around all day alone and then welcome you at the door with your pipe and slippers like a picture perfect pet out of a Norman Rockwell painting.
Cats are nocturnal in their habits– their eyes glow in the dark, and their ability to move swiftly and silently can be unnerving. It was probably for such reasons that the harmless cat became inextricably bound up with witches, demons, and the dark powers of the unseen.
There is hardly a cat or dog who isn’t afraid of something. Phobias develop early in life, and although some appear to stem from perfectly logical sources, such as loud noises or unfamiliar settings, others seem completely inexplicable
There are situations in the wild where there is an Alpha, the dog who leads the pack and dominates all the others. However, once the dog is out of his natural environment and is in a comfortable home, his instinctive needs begin to change.
- Serena's Pup Passes
- Pups have Sex Appeal
- Miley's New Pup
- Practice Car Rides for Shelter Dog
- They Should Have ADOPTED!!!
In a 2008 experiment, two French social psychologists had a handsome young Frenchman named Antoine approach 240 randomly selected women and ask them for their phone numbers so they could go on a date. The catch was that half the time Antoine was alone and half the time he was accompanied by a cute little grey dog named Gwendu. Did the dog improve Antoine’s hit rate? Absolutely! When he was alone, only 10% of the women gave Antoine their phone number compared to 30% when Gwendu accompanied him.
Articles of the Week
Would you know what to do if you walked into the room and found your dog or cat choking? If you are like the majority of pet owners, you’d probably panic and perhaps scramble to locate your vet’s phone number.
How would you feel if one day someone suddenly appeared in your home and didn’t leave? The stranger slept there (in either your own bed or a nice new one) and started eating your food (or a different kind of food that smelled and tasted even better than your own). What if the members of your family started making a big fuss over this newcomer and ignored you? You’d feel pretty badly, wouldn’t you? In fact, there’s a good possibility that you’d start resenting the newcomer. Well, that’s often how an existing pet feels when a new pet suddenly appears on the scene!