How To Maintain Your Love Affair ... With Your Dog Part One - TrainingWritten by Peggie Arvidson-Dailey
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Because both of us had lived with dogs before, I was sure we knew everything we needed to start off on right foot and have a loving and healthy relationship with our dog. I was only partially right. Through lots of hands-on experience and a great deal of patience and training, I’ve learned a number of ways to maintain that original love-at-first sight feeling.
Training and Behavior
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How Picky Can Your Cat Really Be?Written by Julia Imaeva
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Just as I was about to give up and thinking that maybe she doesn’t need or want anyone as a roommate, I gave it one last try. I brought home a younger male cat that was as black as she was. Despite his smaller size and obvious fear of her, he tried to look brave by showing off in a way that is typical for cats. He was trying to intimidate her by walking towards her sideways with an arched back in attempt to look bigger. She just watched his “performance” for a while but eventually just started to ignore him as if she was embarrassed for him. It wasn’t long before she accepted him and even acted as good hostess.
Their temperament and personalities are very but they still get along very well. For instance, Regina is a very balanced and quite cat, very gentle and loves to eat. Casey, on other hand can be very hyper and restless, a hooligan, to say least like all boys in general. They sleep together during days, play and beg for snacks. Sometimes Regina even tries to teach him how to open drawers and refrigerator door, but he acquired his own little hobbies now such as meowing at 7am every morning, waking everyone up in house demanding food and to be let outside.
My “racist” Regina finally met her dear friend/roommate named Casey.
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