By Vera Holden. Animal. Published at Tuesday, April 24th, 2018 - 18:38:43 PM.
Keeping A Fox As A Pet - When people think of the fox, the first thing that comes to mind is the animal where men armed with guns and accompanied by dogs go on a hunt. This event, which is quite popular in many parts of Europe and in the United States, still happens today. The fox is closely related to dogs, wolves and jackals. The pointed nose, bushy tail and at times long ears make this distinction. This animal travels alone and is very wary of humans. Given these facts, can such a creature be brought home and cared for as an exotic pet?
Intro To Animal Shelter Etiquette - What this article is for, is to help educate people on animal shelter etiquette. Working at an Animal Shelter opened my eyes to just how many people don’t understand, or take the time to understand our canine companions God gave us. That’s where fear comes in, if you don’t understand the dog, you cant trust him, and if you don’t trust him there’s no way in heck he’s going to trust you. Which means he’s going to be leery, and no one trusts a leery dog. But I want to show people how to effectively communicate with scared shelter dogs, or rescue dogs, safely, by using proper animal shelter etiquette.
For many, pet massage sounds like a luxury for pampered pets only. However, many canines receive massage to help recover from surgery or injury and athletes such as racehorses or agility dogs receive sport massage to improve performance. Service dogs and dogs used in police or military service have high stress jobs where massage can mean the difference between early retirement and more time on the job.
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