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Understanding Positive Pet Care and Training Techniques

Hello, my name is Trinity Bernard. Welcome to my site about pet care and training. When I acquired my first pet, I was determined to train him to do all of my favorite tricks. The only problem was that he was a very lazy cat. By using clicker training and high reward treats, I was able to convince him to sit up pretty, jump through hoops and much more. I have successfully used this training technique with many other animals through the years. I will help you approach this process with ease by updating this site with pet care and training content. Please feel free to come back again soon.


3 Important Reasons For Your Holiday Plans To Include Boarding Your Cat

19 September 2017
 Categories: Pets & Animals, Blog

Are you already starting to plan your Christmas vacation? Have you decided what you're going to do with your feline friend while you're away? Going on vacation can be fun and exciting for you, at least until it comes time to decide what to do with your cat while you're gone. Although your first instinct may be to hire a pet sitter to check in on your cat every so often, this may not be the right option. Read More …

3 Treatment Options For Tracheal Collapse In Dogs

15 September 2017
 Categories: Pets & Animals, Blog

One of the most common problems experienced by toy breed dogs is a condition known as tracheal collapse. Otherwise known as the "wind pipe," the trachea is an internal tube that delivers air via external breathing organs to the smaller air passages that feed into the lungs. Tracheal collapse affects small dogs more often than their larger counterparts. This is largely believed to be a congenital disease and is more prevalent in animals that are overweight. Read More …

Child Asking For A Dog? Get Them A Bearded Dragon To See If They Are Ready

15 September 2017
 Categories: Pets & Animals, Blog

If your child is asking for a dog and you are not sure if they will take good care of it, get them a bearded dragon first. A bearded dragon is a reptile and they do require care. If you see your child takes care of their bearded dragon well, they will likely take good care of a dog. Below is some information about a bearded dragon and how to care for one to help you decide if you want to get one for your child. Read More …