Make sure to train your dog for good walking skills. (Photo Credit: Shutterstock) Forging ahead is the biggest problem when walking adolescent dogs on-leash. Dogs pull on leashes for a variety of reasons. Many adolescent dogs pull on their leashes because they were allowed to pull as puppies. Once the leash is tightened, your dog
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As CES 2022 continues on, SCOSCHE is on a roll when it comes to unveiling new products. Today’s announcement involves two new waterproof wireless speakers that also feature MagSafe compatibility. The BoomCanMS Portable Speaker is super compact and convenient while also delivering big sound. And with MagSafe compatibility, it can magnetically connect to the back
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Jackie Brown Pet expert Jackie Brown has spent 20 years following her passion for animals as a writer and editor in the pet publishing industry. She is contributing writer for National Geographic’s Complete Guide to Pet Health, Behavior, and Happiness: The Veterinarian’s Approach to At-Home Animal Care (April 2019) and author of the book It’s
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We celebrate our cats every day and in every way, but these cat national holidays can make things a little more special. Don’t see a cat holiday here? Email us at catstermag@belvoir.com, and we’ll add it to the list! ©krblokhin/Getty Images JANUARY Cat Holidays January 2: National Pet Travel Safety Day January 22: National Answer Your
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There are lots of fun ways to get creative and help cats in need. And there’s no better time than the holiday season when people are thinking of others and being generous. To kickstart your imagination, check out these 12 Days of Fundraising ideas to boost the coffers of your favorite shelter or rescue. Start
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Last week, I shared my list of my top 5 cat books of 2021. Even though I loved all five of the books I picked, the choice for Best Cat Book of the Year was easy: When Dean Nicholson set off from Scotland to ride his bicycle around the world, he expected to learn more about
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Stanford engineers developed the grasping robot based on studies of birds. (image by William Roderick) During our own childhoods, many of us only envisioned robots as plot material for Science Fiction novels. As the years progressed, the idea of a functional –and useful–robot of any kind slowly took hold, and science produced many variations of
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Annie Butler Shirreffs Annie Butler Shirreffs has worked in the pet industry for 20 years and is currently the senior editor of Catster and Dogster magazines. A cat lover since she was a little girl, she has always had feline friends in her life. She and her husband share their Southern California home with their
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