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Pet behavior training

Training Adult Dogs - You're Never Too Old to Learn

Some people say that training puppies is easy, if you know what you're doing, but training adult dogs is nothing more than a lost cause. Whatever they say about not being able to teach an old dog new tricks, it is patently untrue. Old dogs may not learn as quickly as they did when they were young, but with time and patience, most older dogs can be taught to do anything that a young dog can.
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Breeds

Black Cat Appreciation

Every year around Halloween people suddenly decide that getting a getting a black cat is a good idea. But what about the rest of the year? Why do we hang onto myths that black cats are scary or cursed in some way? Black cats can make for a wonderful addition to any family, so in the name of Halloween, fall, and all things cats, we're shedding some light on some ridiculous black cat myths.
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Just for fun

Riding 101

Fascination with horses seems to strike everyone at some point. If you are one of those determined and persistent horse lovers, you may be shopping for riding lessons. This is not as simple as a walk through the yellow pages. With the wide variety of riding styles and disciplines, people who are not experienced equestrians may feel overwhelmed.
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Pet care

Great Names for Cockapoo Dogs!

Thinking about naming your Cockapoo? Cockapoos are fun loving dogs and becoming very popular. As you know - a Cockapoo is a cross between a cocker spaniel and a poodle. We asked our readers to share the most common names of Cockapoos they've heard. Here are some of the top names they sent us. We hope this list of Cockapoo names gives you an idea on naming your Cockapoo!
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Just for fun

Benji Is Healing After Emergency Surgery

SAN DIEGO Benji, the floppy-eared star of the recently released major motion picture Benji Off the Leash, is healing well after last month's emergency eye surgery at a Chicago area vet clinic, but is still having problems with her vision in her left eye, producer Joe Camp announced. San Diego-based veterinary ophthalmologist, Dr.
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