• What can I do when my dog pulls the leash?
    What can I do when my dog pulls the leash?
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    One of the big problems for many dog handlers is not knowing what to do when their dog pulls the leash. However, the question here is that we make a reverse reading (very human, and not very doglike) of the situation: we ask ourselves what can I do when the dog pulls? instead of why does my dog pull the leash?

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  • Why does a cat purr?
    Why does a cat purr?
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    To think that cats purr for only one reason is a mistake, purring is a sign of characteristic joy in cats, we can hear it on several occasions, when you pet them, when they play with something they like, when they knead, even, sometimes, when you look at them, etc.

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  • MY DOG'S FRONT LEGS FAIL
    MY DOG'S FRONT LEGS FAIL
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    Mobility problems can have many different origins and prognoses. Depending on the age of the animal and their background, it is possible to estimate this, but it is always imperative that a vet examines the animal that has mobility issues in the front legs.

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  • Why are lasers not suitable toys for cats?
    Why are lasers not suitable toys for cats?
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    The cat is a natural predator like its closest relative, the tiger, whose natural instincts are to stalk, chase and hunt its prey. Toys that allow them to follow this sequence are the most suitable for them, but what about the famous lasers? Are they good toys for cats? The answer is: No, they're not suitable for our furry friends.

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  • What age is the right time to start training a dog?
    What age is the right time to start training a dog?
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    Once the puppy has completed the first stages of its development (neonatal period, transition period and the first weeks of the socialisation period, between 21 days and 4 months), we can begin to educate it.

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  • What happens if we use aversive methods to educate cats?
    What happens if we use aversive methods to educate cats?
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    Cats are very sensitive animals, whose instinctive behaviour, when kept inside four walls (in case they don't go outside), needs to be released somehow.

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  • HOW TO WASH YOUR DOG'S TEETH?
    HOW TO WASH YOUR DOG'S TEETH?
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    The best way to brush your little buddy's teeth is to get him used to it, let them get used to you touching their mouth, without fear, without forcing them, playing or giving them treats, so that they feel it is something normal, that it's something that happens everyday without their life being altered.

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  • How to gain the trust of an abused dog
    How to gain the trust of an abused dog
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    Understanding how to gain the trust of an abused dog always begins with observing what we can perceive in their behaviour. Broadly speaking, a dog that has been abused will have gone through complex situations of fear, stress and frustration.

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