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10 Tips How To Survive a Bear Attack

Imagine you're on a lovely hike in the forest and all of a sudden you encounter a big bear. Once you lay your eyes in their most-probably-growling-mouth, you start doubting the days when Winnie the Pooh fooled you into thinking that bear's favorite food is honey. Now you start thinking what would Leonardo DiCaprio do? Should you excuse yourself and be gone? Should you get on your knees and pray and while you're at it lay on the ground and play the dead-man? There are two kinds of people in the world? Those who have heard of playing dead when…
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Pets & Animals

Distemper in Cats

For cats infected with distemper, prompt treatment and intense supportive care can mean the difference between life and death. If left untreated, there is a 90 percent chance that infected cats will die. Owners who think that their cats are displaying signs of distemper should keep the animal away from other cats and consult with a veterinarian as soon as possible. Distemper in cats, also called feline panleukopenia (FPV), is a virus that is highly contagious and potentially life-threatening. The disease affects the blood cells in the intestinal tract, bone marrow, and stem cells. It also causes anemia and other…
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Pets & Animals

Angular Limb Deformities in Cats

Angular limb deformities are the term used to describe deviation in bone shape from what is considered to be normal. Angular limb deformities in cats can be either congenital or developmental. Congenital deformities are present at the time of birth, whereas developmental deformities develop during the feline's growth period between four to eight months of age. Angular limb deformities are a result of irregularities of the growth plates responsible for bone growth as the feline matures. The growth plates are soft and do not fuse until one year of age, therefore, trauma or nutritional experiences before the feline reaches one…
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Pets & Animals

Where to Start with a TOTALLY UNTRAINED DOG: Reality Dog Training Episode 2

How to start training with a totally untrained dog. Day 2-3 of reality dog training. Visit us here for Dog Training, Dog Behavior Guides, Dog Grooming Guides, Pet Training Guides, etc.
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The 10 Most Dangerous Animals In History

Do you ever watch a movie or a documentary about wild animals and get fascinated by their killing abilities towards weaker animals? As human beings, we like to think we are at the top of the food chain. However, this hasn’t always been the case and even today this is not necessarily true in some environments. Let’s not forget that human beings have evolved in Africa between 200,000 and 300,000 years ago, while our early ancestors lived in Africa millions of years before that. This means that some of the animals in Africa evolved to hunt and eat early humans…
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Pets & Animals

Wolf VS Hyena – Who will win in a fight ?

Wolves and Hyenas are top predators of nature, and the fact that makes them so dangerous is that they hunt in packs. Wolves take a scary place in the human imagination, but hyenas too catch the eye of humans as fearless animals. Wolves and hyenas, at first sight, look very similar even that they are species with mostly different features. Wolf as a species can be found in most countries in the world, but the most famous wolf known as the grey wolf lives only in Eurasia and North America. Hyenas come from the Hyaenidae family and they are found…
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The Dogs That Are Most Similar to Pitbulls

American Pit Bull Terriers and dogs similar to them can create quite a controversy in the dog-owning world. Some claim that they are the gentlest creatures alive and extremely devoted pets, while others have had difficult encounters with the dogs. If you love the look and the personality of a Pit Bull, it is helpful to know about other dogs that are similar in appearance and have many of the same characteristics. In this video, we have listed 10 dog breeds that are most similar to Pitbulls. 00:00​ - Intro 00:33​ - American Bulldog 01:07​ - Bull Terrier 01:42​ -…
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First 24 Hours with a TOTALLY UNTRAINED DOG! [NEW SERIES: Reality Dog Training Revealed!]

The first 24 hours with an untrained dog! How will I train this German Shepherd dog?! Hope you guys enjoy this new series! Tell me below what your favorite part is! Visit us here for Dog Training, Dog Behavior Guides, Dog Grooming Guides, Pet Training Guides, etc.
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Avi Cohen Schutzhund IPO Champion – Training and Competing in IPO – EP.75

When it comes to Schutzhund (IPO or IGP) Avi Cohen has been around for a long time and has lots of great stories to share. We talk about the evolution of the sport, how IPO differs in national and international competitions, what are the best dogs for protection and how it differs in training them. Be sure to check out my online #dogtraining: Avi had competed throughout the US and internationally. He is well known and well respected in the sport. His journey covers many decades and if you love German Shepherds, the protection sports, and its evolution, you'll love…
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Pets & Animals

Nose Tumors in Dogs

Nose tumors in dogs are not very common; they account for 1% of all tumors in dogs. Nose tumors are more common in older dogs over 10 years of age. Medium and large dog breeds with long noses seem to be more predisposed to develop nose tumors. The exact reason why long nose dogs develop tumors, more often than short nose dogs is uncertain. Some researchers believe that the reason may be, that there is more area within the nasal cavity being exposed to inhaled carcinogens. If your dog is showing symptoms of nose tumors he should be seen by…
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Pharyngitis in Dogs

Your pet may not be able to vocalize that his throat is causing him pain; you may only become aware when you see visible signs such as a froth, bad breath, or sneezing. This is a very common condition in dogs, though it can be indicative of a more serious problem. Pharyngitis in dogs is an upper respiratory condition when the pharynx, otherwise known as the walls of your dog's throat, becomes swollen from either a viral or bacterial infection like distemper or gum disease, cancers of the mouth, injury to your dog's throat by a sharp object he was…
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