Crate Training Your Puppy

A new puppy has decided that you should bring him home with you and you just don’t have the heart to say no. Maybe you live in a small apartment or you just bought some very expensive new carpet and you have decided that the best way to handle the situation is to crate train your new puppy. Sounds like a good idea but you don’t know where to start. Crate training is a good option for just about any dog but there are a few things that you need to take into consideration. You need to get a crate that is the right size and is high quality, you need to understand that it isn’t to be used for extended stays, you need to let your puppy out the very first thing when you get up, and never use the crate as a punishment.

The first thing you need to consider is the size of the crate that you are going to need. Do not look at that little puppy to decide how big the crate should be. You need to base the size of the crate on how big that little puppy is going to be when he is a full grown dog. The crate has to be big enough for him to turn around inside and for him to lay down comfortably. Always error on the side of too big rather than too small, your dog will thank you for it.

Dogs in 2012 Super Bowl Commercials

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Interesting Facts About Animals That You Don’t Know!

The world of animals always has many weird things that we don’t know. We want to share some of them with you:

Crocodile eat … rock!: The stomach of crocodile is very stiff , it is alike the rock . Digestive system of the crocodile encounter everything from turtles, fish and birds to giraffes, lions, buffalo and even other crocodiles. Also, Crocodile often swallow stones, and those stones usually lie in crocodile’s stomach! People think that crocodile use those stones to “ballast” to  be diving into the water.

Top 10 Books About Cats

1. Cat
Author: Matthew Van Fleet

2. Cat Training in 10 Minutes
Author: Miriam Fields-Babineau

3. Cat Owner’s Home Veterinary Handbook
Author: Delbert G. Carlson

4. The Natural Cat: The Comprehensive Guide to Optimum Care
Author: Anitra Frazier

5. The Complete Guide to Holistic Cat Care: An Illustrated Handbook
Author: Celeste Yarnall

6. Cat Training – How To Train A Cat
Author: Lifeline Audio Books

7. Cat First Aid Book – With DVD
Author: First Aid

8. How to Toilet-Train Your Cat
Author: Paul Kunkel

9. The Natural Pet Food Cookbook: Healthful Recipes for Dogs and Cats
Author: Wendy Nan Rees

10. 101 Natural Cat Food & Treat Recipes to Make Your Cat Happy
Author: Lisa Shiroff

Top 5 Pets with Their Own Social Media Following

1. Boo is a delightful Pomeranian who likes to play dress up sporting sunglasses and the latest puppy fashions. Boo has more than 2.6 million Facebook fans. What makes Boo’s popularity even more intriguing is he’s not one of those petite, precious pups being toted around by a celebrity as if he were a high-end fashion accessory.

2. Mishka is a 9-year-old talking Siberian Husky. This blue-eyed beauty is known around the net for her abilities to talk and sing. Mishka has made guest appearances on TV talk shows. Mishka has also been featured in commercials on both radio and television. The name Mishka is Russian for Teddy Bear. With a following on Facebook of nearly 175,400 fans; almost 230,800 subscribers on YouTube serving up over 243,235,369 video views Mishka is undoubtedly one of the top dogs in Social Media.

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