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When properly socialized at a young age, with children, cats and other dogs, the Rat Terrier does very well with them all.  They are not recommended for households that have small caged animals like rabbits, hamsters and especially RATS!!  The Rat Terrier was originally bred...

          Please, please, may I have an invisible pet fence.  One from Pet Stop by Dog Containment Sys....

Can you imagine what your teeth would be like if you didn’t brush them for six months? Talk about bad breath! Considering your pet can’t brush his own teeth, can you imagine what he experiences? February is National Pet Dental Health Month and a great...

Take advantage of the Holidays to train your dog's behavior, and improve your dog's performance.  Many visitors means that your dog will be confronted with many distractions. Always allow your dog make the decision: If he makes the right decision, then he receives  praise, praise, praise!! IF he makes the wrong...

Simon, our black cat is getting ready for Halloween. He has been searching an interactive website. That's right he has web all over his face. : )           If you have an animal picture to share, send it to dcsdonna@comcast.net! TY...

Have you experienced your dog scratching on your carpet, in the garden, even on linoleum floors?  From the time they're puppies, dogs will scratch and dig  just about anywhere.  They are not always trying to make a bed in all of these places, they simply...

Many dogs will paw and scratch before lying down, but terriers really get into it.  They were bred to dig and burrow after small game, and they paw more than other dogs before settling down to sleep.  Before trying to stop this instinct, here are some solutions...

That's right!! Put tiny pieces of cooked hot dog in your mouth, one at a time, and periodically, pop one out so your dog can get it.  Once they've done this a few times, your dog will learn  not to take their eyes off your...

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