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Coyote Hunting Using Cover Scents

by William C. Porter

A lot of folks I've been around and read about just sort of turn their nose up (sic) at the topic of using cover scents while hunting coyotes. Some of these same folks though, will use elk or doe urine while they're out in the fall of the year, hunting either elk or deer. Well, I'm a firm believer in using cover scents for coyotes.

Feed And Cage Requirements For Rabbits

by American Rabbit Breeders Association (ARBA)

Feed Requirements

Dave Fisher - The Rabbit Guy

by Vickie Lamb

"I’d Rather be Rabbit Hunting" is the name of one of Dave Fisher's books, and it aptly describes the man, known by many as The Rabbit Guy from Pennsylvania. Dave operates LinDavid Productions with his wife, Linda, and has also written "Beagles vs. Cottontails." Also available are an interesting collection of hunting videos.

Alert - Puppy Protection Act Introduced

by American Kennel Club (AKC)

Congress Attempts to Federally Regulate Dog Breeding

Dental Care

by Vicki Chaney

Dental care is one of the most important and most neglected aspects of pet care. When introducing a dental care program to your pet, plan on just having fun in the beginning. Real dental hygiene can start in a week or so, after your dog enjoys having his mouth handled. If your dog has a heavy plaque buildup, you may need to start with a professional tooth cleaning (ask your vet). Then you can keep your dog's teeth in tip top shape.

Some dental care products available are:

Positive About Punishment During Obedience Training

by Martin Deeley


          Punishment is a hard description for what is often required to tell a dog you are displeased with what it has done. In most cases a tone of voice, a body posture and a glare of the eye is enough. It is more the way you say the words than what you say. A growling aggressive tone denotes displeasure and a staring eye with your head position showing your 'hackles' lets the pup know you are not a happy person.

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