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Who let the…birds out?

While all animals benefit from training, birds in particular have high behavioral needs due to their high intelligence. They can sometimes resort to screaming, biting, or other undesirable behaviors to get what they want. A good training program can help curb those behaviors, create positive bonds with humans, and give them something to do with …

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Picture Purr-fect Pets

As a retired professional photographer, Barry Cohen has done his fair share of dog portraits–and he just loves creating digital paintings from pictures sent to him from all over the world! To help you snag that perfect shot, he shared some of his best tips for your next pet photoshoot!

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Six Things to Do with Your Pet’s Photos

by Anmol Ramgiri, pet blogger at dogisworld.com Do you have some spectacular photos of your companion? In this blog, I will tell you 6 Ways To Use Your Dog’s Photos but feel free to do the same with any lovable critter. These also make fantastic gifts for the upcoming holiday season. Without any further ado, …

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How to Start a Pet Care Business

by Stephanie James, dog walker and freelance writer In recent years, pet care has become a booming business in the US and other parts of the world as well. The industry has different categories. These categories include pet grooming, doggy daycare, obedience training, kennel/boarding services, dog walking, among other pet-related services. Though this is a …

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Answering the FAQs about Animal Reiki

by Felicia McMillan, shamanic Reiki practitioner and owner of Mended Joy Noticing that your pet is anxious, depressed, or stressed can often be a sign that life energy is low. Physical illness and maladies are a tangible manifestation that life energy is low. In collaboration with modern medicine, reiki may increase the rate of healing …