How To Potty Train A Puppy: 15 Steps (with - WikiHow Pet
How to Potty Train a Puppy. It's an exciting time when you bring your new puppy home, but a new pet also comes with challenges. One of the first and biggest challenges that you may face is that of potty training. Some puppies will learn
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How to Take Care of a Dog (with Pictures) - wikiHow Pet
Posted: (6 days ago) Get pet health insurance. If you would struggle to meet the cost of veterinary treatment then take out a pet insurance policy. In exchange for a monthly premium, if the pet is sick or injured the insurance company will cover the majority of the costs involved up to a certain limit. The exact nature of policies and the amount they cover varies ...
How to Foster a Pet (with Pictures) - wikiHow Pet
Posted: (6 days ago) Often, pet stores and veterinary clinics offer basic obedience classes for free or a low price. Talk to your vet or foster provider about training opportunities. 5. Make your pet comfortable. A comfortable pet is a happy pet; it is easier to find a home for a happy pet. Make sure you provide all the basic necessities for your foster pet ...
3 Ways to Choose a Pet for Your Family - wikiHow Pet
Posted: (5 days ago) When buying a pet for your family, take the time to learn which pet is right for you. It is an important decision that should take a lot of thought and consideration. Think about your lifestyle and what kind of animals you can reasonably...
How to Pet Cats in the Right Spots: 12 Steps (with Pictures)
Posted: (1 days ago) Pet the right area of your cat's body. Many cats like to have their backs scratched and even to have their fur brushed backwards briefly. Use some enthusiasm while scratching the back and at the base of your cat's tail. It can make the cat feel great, ...
3 Ways to Track a Pet with a Microchip - wikiHow Pet
Posted: (5 days ago) Losing a pet is a scary situation, but microchips can help you find your pet faster. While microchips won't provide realtime tracking, pets who have them are more likely to be reunited with their owners, making them a worthwhile investment. A microchip can help the person who finds your pet know who the pet belongs to, but you will need to keep your registered contact information up-to-date.
3 Ways to Keep a Dog in an Apartment - wikiHow Pet
Posted: (1 days ago) Your pet can stay in the crate while you are at work or during other times when you're not home. Talk to your vet about what type and size of crate to get. Small dogs will prefer a smaller crate. You can also be creative when making a den for your dog. Try placing his dog bed under a table. This can be a safe, secure space for him to curl up.
3 Ways to Comfort Your Sick Dog - wikiHow Pet
Posted: (5 days ago) There will come a time where your terminally ill pet dog may need to be euthanized. This is a humane option to end their suffering and your veterinarian may be able to euthanize your pet in the comfort of your home, rather than in the vet's office.
4 Ways to Reduce Cat Dander - wikiHow Pet
Posted: (1 days ago) You can find de-shedding tools at your local pet store or online. De-shedding your cat can also reduce the amount of cat dander that ends up on your furniture and clothing. Long haired cats in particular can benefit from regular de-shedding sessions. De-shedding can also reduce the development of hair balls, so they are beneficial for cats ...