If you own a dog and even if you're getting ready to adopt or buy a new puppy from a breeder, chances are you are aware of a common behavioural issue affecting the canine population. Chewing usually starts during puppyhood as a physiological necessity as a young dog goes through teething. Nonetheless, this can become a (bad) habit if your pet grows into an anxious and insecure animal companion. Keep reading to get an insight in the causes and possible solutions for a dog that chews.
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The Ragdoll is a cat breed popular in the United states and United Kingdom for its docile and affectionate temperament and unique looks. If you’re thinking of buying your first kitten or maybe even adopting an adult cat you’ll first want to research this particular breed and make sure you’ll be able to care for it as it requires.
The Burmese is a breed of domestic cat originating in Thailand (specifically near the border with Burma). Breeders have begun developing the Burmese almost one hundred years ago in Britain and the United States creating two different standards: a European and an American one. This type of cat is known for being people-oriented which makes it the perfect pet for owners who are willing to spend time training and playing with their kitten.
The horse is a large herbivore that lives in a herd when in a natural environment. The highly social nature of this animal is the foundation from which we can start understanding its behaviour around humans and other pets. Horse owners, breeders and trainers are all committed to really learning how to handle and communicate with this equid when it is part of a domestic setting. Keep reading to get an insight on the equine behaviour and how to build a safe and healthy relationship with your horse.