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Animals can be our best friends, our leaders, our companions. They are the creatures to learn from - they trust, they love, they use their instincts. They carry the characteristics that many of us have forgotten!

Here you can share your stories and experiences, be it wild, farm or family pet that has given you joy, strength and encouragement.


Being a cat person might not be that easy
Linda Lycett, Editor-in-Chief
Having a cat in your home, in comparison to dogs, has always been looked as an *easier* version, as cats are easier maintenance, and don't really need you to get by. But is it really so?
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The Shamanic Approach To Healing For Animals by Nancie Lapier
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On Shamans and Shamanism ... Shaman, a Tungus (Siberian) word, meaning "to heat," refers collectively to those indigenous tribal members who responsibility for their tribe centered on healing through spiritual means.
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Is My Child Ready For A Family Pet?
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At some point every child asks that all time famous question “Can I have a pet?” While owning a pet fosters responsibility and compassion, some children are just not ready to help take care of a pet. It is a huge responsibility and one that must be given careful thought.
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How Old is Your Pet- Really?
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Just how old is your dog really? More than likely you know the dogs age in years, or at least have an approximation of its age, but do you really have any idea how old it may be - chronologically speaking?
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A Beginners Guide to Raising Baby Chickens - by Carole DeJarnatt
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You have no doubt seen the cute little fuzzy baby chickens sold at Easter. They are so cute and almost irresistible. You hold them in your hand and they make chirping noises. How can you resist?
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What We Love And Don't Love About Cats - by Doris Canova
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The emotional life of cats, in some ways, may even be richer than a person's, because they have no inhibitions about what they feel. In a short period of time, a cat can go from contentedness to anger to desire to affection. True, studies show that people with pets live a bit longer and have better blood pressure than benighted non-owners, but in the literal sense, we don't really need all those dogs and cats to survive.


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LIFE'S A BITCH
Noeleen Kennedy,
I can’t tell you how many times I have had to explain the difference between a Bichon Frise and a Bouvier des Flandres, a strong cattle dog originating in Belgium, sometimes used for police and security work, ranging in colour from black through to fawn.
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3 Important Things To Know When Training Your Puppy
Dy Witt,
There are as many ways to raise a puppy as there are to raising a child. In fact, one way per family in general! But most of us agree that when it comes to children, certain things are universal and undisputed. Here are
three things that a lot of people just do not think of when it comes to raising their dog.
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Your Dog's First Obedience Trial
Dy Witt,
We call them “Backyard Champions”. When our dog or puppy has learned his lessons so fantastically well that we are ready to take him into the showring and prove to everyone how smart he is. No one warned us what is likely to happen instead.
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Switching Your Dog from On-Lead to Off-Lead Commands
Dy Witt,
Watching a dog perform his obedience routine with no lead attached to his collar is a thing of beauty! It appears to be magic, the way he anticipates his owner's moves and wants to just BE there, exactly on the money. Here is
how to achieve that doggy ballet of movements.

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How to Housebreak Your Puppy the Easy Way
Dy Witt,
If you are lucky enough to get a 7-week-old puppy, there is no excuse for any bad habits to develop over his lifetime. Puppies learn INSTANTLY when they are that young, and if you use the proper training methods, gentle but consistent, he will behave like an angel his whole life through.

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3 Best Ways to Teach Your Puppy the English Language
Dy Witt,
Puppies are eager and willing to do the right thing. They love your happy face and the squealy noises you make when they have done something great. They will do ANYTHING to please because of the loving rewards they get from being a Good Dog. They just cannot get enough of your praises and
cuddles.

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Getting Your Puppy's Attention
Dy Witt,
Getting Your Puppy's Attention to Make Training Easier

One thing that training puppies and raising kids have in common is that if you have their full attention, they will learn the lesson faster and better. Puppies make it easy on you because there is nothing they want more than your happy face pointed in their direction.
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Dogs Can Help Fight off Depression
Dy Witt,
I used to live in the past and the future. Not in the present at all. When things went badly in my life, I dealt with it by looking toward the future, "Tomorrow will be a better day...". When I had nothing happy to look forward to, I dealt with it by living in the past, "Those were the days...." Then I got a dog.

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Teaching your Puppy what NOT to Chew
Dy Witt,
We all know that you never need to strike your dog or puppy to teach him, not ever in his life. We know that, just like kids, getting his attention with a happy tone and big smile will be all it takes.
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Crate Training your Puppy - The Easy Way
Dy Witt,
Teaching your puppy crate training is the first and best step in his life. It makes all the other steps in his training go so much smoother, much like a solid foundation makes for a superior wall. Establishing you as the Alpha
member of his “pack” is one very good reason for starting your puppy in a crate when he is very young.

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To Own a Yorkie
Ronelle Faulks,
It wasn't just the ribbon in her silky hair, or her cute button nose, or even the shining dark eyes that looked adoringly at me. Nor was it the tiny feet that peeped out from under her long sleek coat or the pert manner of her walk. No – It was her smile!

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