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PUPPY BITE INHIBITION

PUPPY BITE INHIBITION

Many people believe that puppy biting is a bad behavior and that we need to teach puppies not to put their mouths on human skin…

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INTRODUCING YOUR CAT TO YOUR NEW BABY

INTRODUCING YOUR CAT TO YOUR NEW BABY

Cats may have a reputation for being aloof, but many kitty parents would disagree—the little sofa lions are family and if that family expands to…

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CAT BATHING? HOW TO GET YOUR CAT TO ACCEPT BEING BATHED

CAT BATHING? HOW TO GET YOUR CAT TO ACCEPT BEING BATHED

Yes, cat bathing is a thing. Part of cat socialization is the process of developing trust in your cat and acclimating her to people and…

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How to Help Pets Avoid Fear of Going to the Veterinarian

How to Help Pets Avoid Fear of Going to the Veterinarian

Taking your dog to the veterinarian can be a very challenging experience even under the best of circumstances. If you know your dog is afraid…

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Treating Canine Separation Anxiety

Treating Canine Separation Anxiety

The diagnosis of Separation Anxiety is only true when the symptoms occur within 30 minutes of leaving, or while the key attachment figure is gone.…

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Canine Developmental Periods: Training Good Habits At The Right Age

Canine Developmental Periods: Training Good Habits At The Right Age

All dog parents hold out hope that their puppy will grow into a well behaved, happy, good-natured adult dog. Without a doubt, appropriate puppy training…

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Read This Before Feeding Your Dog Another Bone!

Read This Before Feeding Your Dog Another Bone!

Many of us know we should never feed a dog chicken bones. We have also likely heard that store-bought bones cause fractured teeth, constipation, and…

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What Exactly is a Heart Murmur in Your Pet?

What Exactly is a Heart Murmur in Your Pet?

The ductus arteriosus is the communication between the aorta and the pulmonary artery, which are the two main blood vessels leading from the heart. During…

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Fear and Aggression in Dogs

Fear and Aggression in Dogs

What is Fear for a Dog? Fear is estimated to cause over 80% of aggression in dogs, and is a normal response for their survival.…

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What Hannah Members Say

I recommended Hannah to (who currently spends hundreds per month on behavior classes for her dog), didn't subscribe because she was freaked out to have them 'own' her dog. I think that's silly, and an unfortunate financial decision for her. They do not repossess pets. And if I don't like or want the service any longer, I can always choose to opt out.

Teresa B. April 2017