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1. Life Outside the Cage: Helping Puppy Mill Dogs Adjust : The Humane Society o...
AS A MOTIVATOR. If your dog shows fear of a dog bowl, try hand feeding. This technique also can entice your dog to come to you and show him that human contact is pleasant. Learn the foods that most appeal to your dog, and use them to - 26.4kb

2. The Plight of the Prairie Dog : The Humane Society of the United States
tied to that of prairie dogs, their main prey. Through a campaign launched in 2007, the Prairie dog Coalition helped influence the Forest Service to dramatically reduce the poisoning, gaining a stay of execution for prairie dogs spread - 27.6kb

3. On the Ground at the Thunder Basin Prairie Dog Relocation Project : The Huma...
head of The HSUS' Prairie Dog Coalition, and Kristy Bly of World Wildlife Fund at an old cabin. Between these two there are more than ten years of experience relocating prairie Dogs. Their mission this summer is to relocate about 400 prairie - 23.3kb

4. Prairie Dogs Have Their Day : The Humane Society of the United States
July 27, 2010 Prairie Dogs Have Their Day Relocation project literally breaks ground to save them Prairie Dogs communicate with a complex set of sounds and body language. Russell Graves Lindsey - 24.5kb

5. A Grieving Dog Owner Ponders Fox Pens : The Humane Society of the United States
them in enclosures where dogs bred for their single-mindedness often rip them apart. Once inside that electrified fence they're not even called foxes and coyotes; they're just "game" in a game where judges score the dogs on their ability to - 21.1kb

6. Mother and Children Search for Small Lost Dog : The Humane Society of the Un...
they knew that a group of dogs newly arrived from the veterinary clinic weren't yet in the books. As soon as Rachel entered the shelter she spied Puddles' distinctive brown-patched face. She ran to greet the wriggly, fluffy little dog. - 21.5kb

7. Do You Chain Your Dog? : The Humane Society of the United States
why people chain their dogs outside. Many people believe that dogs should live outside, and they keep the dog tied up because he or she escapes the yard or digs in the garden. Whatever the reasons, fewer dog owners seem to be keeping their - 23.2kb

8. Dog Care and Behavior Tips : The Humane Society of the United States
Sooner or later every dog lover returns home to find some unexpected damage inflicted by his or her dog; or, more specifically, that dog's teeth. Although dogs make great use of their vision and sense of smell to explore the world, one of - 32.0kb

9. Housetraining Adult and Senior Dogs : The Humane Society of the United States
reasons why adult and senior dogs might have accidents in the house: Senior dogs As your dog ages, he may need to eliminate more often than in the past. Just as people can have difficulties as they age, so can dogs. They may not be able to - 44.8kb

10. Dog Care Essentials : The Humane Society of the United States
your community, and your dog to keep your pet under control at all times. 4. Give your dog proper protection. A fenced yard with a doghouse is a bonus, especially for large and active dogs; however, dogs should never be left outside - 22.6kb

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