Cats
and
Dogs
Cats and Dogs

The understanding dogs and cats offer us may seem effortless but interpreting
human behavior is key to the success of domestic animals.  The greater our own
understanding of our pets the more we can advance the human animal bond.  

How to manage successful cat and dog integrations:  Step by step methods
and strategies on accomplishing a unified social unit the low stress way
(more).

Blended families, introducing cats and dogs in your home: A look at the
research and strategies on understanding and effecting a harmonious transition
(more).

New babies and pets, making it work: A new baby can mean no more pets,
what we know and how to help keep everyone at home, happy and safe
(more).

Moving with your pet: Moving is highly stressful for people and for pets.  
Taking the time to plan for the occasion can lessen the impact.  What to think
about
(more).

What you need to know about timing and training:  You hear over and
over that timing is the most important part of training -why it's so important  
(more).

How to use time-outs:  Very, very sparingly, if at all -because you can never
ask "do you know why I put you in time-out?"
(more).

The not so secret lives of our pets:  What they do when we're not around is
all about whether or not we are doing the right things for them when we are
around
(more).

Making daylight savings time less stressful for pets by adjusting feeding
times.  Your pet knows what time to expect meals, changes to routine schedule
can be adjusted
(more).

Choosing the right vet for you and your pet: How do you decide on a
professional and a practice that you can feel good about working with?  What
questions should you be asking?  What are the key things to think about and
look for?
 How to make sure the vet you select is the right one for you and your
pet
(more).

What you need to know about pet sitting and dog walking: know how to
find the right pet sitter and how introduce your pet so the relationship is a
positive one
(more).

Choosing your child's first pet: What to know and how to make the best
choice for your new pet and your family (more).

Using the right tests to measure attachment for cats and dogs: studies
that compare cats and dogs without taking into account how different these
species are can only fall short on results (more).
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