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Answered by Angela
I've considered getting one of these for our german shepherd, my cousin has one for her doberman and swears it's the best thing ever for him. He's afraid of any loud n...
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Asked by Zanna
Zanna, I agree, backup is great when you're a parent but your cat doesn't sound like they're being very helpful at all. This is called “stimulus related aggression”, w...
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Hi, interesting question and we spent some time researching this... It seems that wild dogs and wolves would dig dens to raise and protect their young. Dens provid...
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Thanks for the question. Please can you help the community answer your question by giving more information? Are you referring to your dog being left at home alone for ...
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Asked by Carol
Hi Carol, sorry to hear about the troubles with your cat. To help us answer can you give us more info. Is he a rescue? Is he neutered? How long have you had him now? H...
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This is a fairly common problem among owners of parrots. It will take a while to resolve and there will be setbacks, and it would be helpful to speak to an avian vet i...
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Answered by Dan
I had some luck in the past if the "deed" was done outside the litter box scooping it and putting it into the box. Not for too long just try to allow the kitten to ass...
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Asked by Zanna
Hi Zanna, cats scratch to keep their claws in good condition but it’s also a way of marking their territory and it may also be related to stress. If all’s okay with hi...
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Answered by Caryl Wolff, Dog TrainerPRO+ in Los Angeles, CA
Dogs usually get excited when a visitor comes to the door, and they jump to get their attention. There are several things that can be done to stop jumping: Have yo...
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Answered by Meredith L
I have a rescue pup who had food aggression issues. Basically, I became the alpha dog. If she got aggressive I basically got in between her and her food bowl. I'd s...
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