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Living with Dogs in a Rental

Living with Dogs in a Rental

Are you a dog owner who rents a home? Finding a rental where you can have a dog is the hard part. Now that you have figured out your living situation, it& 39;s important to take the proper steps so you do not lose the privilege to live with pets. Some renters give dog owners a bad name, making it even harder for dog owners to find rental homes....

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Harrier: Dog Breed Profile

Harrier: Dog Breed Profile

Sometimes referred to as & 34;Beagles on steroids,& 34; Harriers are active, medium-sized dogs that were originally bred to hunt hares and foxes in large hunting parties.Although they& 39;re far less common today, Harriers have a long history as hunting and working dogs. Today, it& 39;s rare to find Harriers in shelters, or even from breeders....

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How to Train Your Dog to Walk on a Loose Leash

How to Train Your Dog to Walk on a Loose Leash

Teaching your dog to walk on a loose leash will eliminate leash-pulling during walks, which is safer for your dog and more enjoyable for you.This technique is not a perfect & 34;heel,& 34; which keeps your dog strictly by your side, but instead allows your pet room to sniff and explore as long as it leaves some slack in its leash....

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How to Stop Bucking in Horses

How to Stop Bucking in Horses

If a horse did not buck before you owned it, you need to figure out what has changed since the horse has been ridden by you. Ask yourself what has changed about its environment, health, feed, its equipment, and how your riding may differ from the previous owner& 39;s.What Is the Horse& 39;s Environment?...

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