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Pets Can Teach Kids Respect, Responsibility

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Many research studies extol the benefits of family pets: teaching children responsibility and providing friendship and companionship.  From the classic boy and his dog to kittens for girls, pets are an important part of childhood.  Kids can learn a lot about biology, respect for life, and responsibility helping to care for

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How To Tell Your Dog's ''True'' Human Age

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If you ask most Pet Parents to tell you their dog's age in human years, most of them would multiply their dog's age by seven. However, the old rule that one dog year is equivalent to seven human years doesn't exactly add up. In fact, the dog-to-human year ratio actually is higher when the dog is younger and decreases as & Read more �

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How You Can Help Pet Victims of Natural, Man-Made Disasters

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Pets are often victims in man-made or natural disasters. Whether we experience them in our own communities or watch them unfold on national TV, we want to reach out and help them, but may be unsure how to do so.

Here are some general tips on how you can help pet victims in the event of an emergency:

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The Tricks to Help Cats Beat Boredom

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One of the most important things you can do to keep your cat healthy, happy and out of trouble is to make sure your feline friend isn't bored while you're away.

While it's true that they'll nap a good part of the time, you'll want to make sure that when she's awake, she has constructive, fun and challenging things to & Read more �

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Scottish Fold

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scottish fold
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Scottish Folds have a special charm that derives from the very best of the temperaments of their ancestors - the British and American Shorthairs. Folds are mellow and gentle, with a relaxed attitude. They are stoic but not unemotional - they're just more reserved, with displays of gentle, consistent affection. Although they are intelligent, they are not one of the more trainable breeds - they have a been there, done that, attitude and see no reason to impress anyone with their smarts.

Siamese

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siamese

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Affectionateness: High

Compatibility With Children: High

Compatibility With Other Pets: Moderate to High

Grooming: Low

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Acutely intelligent, curious, and loving, some people compare the Siamese personality to that of a dog. In fact, Siamese are considered a more trainable breed because of their desire to please their owners, and they can successfully be taught to walk on a harness and leash. They are mischievous and can entertain the family with their antics. They are also legendarily vocal - the sound often compared to a baby crying - and will teach their owners what each meow indicates.

Tonkinese

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Tonkinese (Tonks) combine the grace, intelligence, curiosity and elegance of the Siamese with the powerful body, laid-back personality and rounded features of the Burmese. This is a lively, intelligent and affectionate breed. Tonks are active and muscular but not high-strung. They are gregarious and happy, with a sense of humor.

Ragdoll

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ragdoll

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Affectionateness: High

Compatibility with Children: High

Compatibility with Other Pets: High

Grooming: Low

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Ragdolls are affectionate and intelligent, and they are willing to supply an endless amount of love to their owners. Their larger size and sweet personality have earned them the nickname "gentle giants." They have a laid-back, docile demeanor, a quiet voice, and can be slow to mature. They offer an intimate, loyal relationship that few breeds of cat can provide. With reward-based training, the playful Ragdoll can be taught tricks, including retrieving toys, learning how to shake hands and sitting up on command.

Persian

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persian

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Affectionateness: Moderate to High

Compatibility with children: Moderate

Compatibility with other pets: Moderate

Grooming: High

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Persians are true treasures from the desert. They are admired for their beauty, grace and charming companionship. Their manner is dignified and gracious with a hint of aloofness when it comes to strangers. They are sweet and gentle and very responsive to their owners. Their quiet voices reflect their serene, laid-back demeanor, although males may be slightly more boisterous.

RagaMuffin

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ragamuffin
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RagaMuffins are the gentle giants of the cat world. Extraordinarily sweet and affectionate, they make wonderful companions. They bond to everyone in the family and expect lots of petting and love from just about everyone they meet. RagaMuffins like to play and tend to be "soft pawed" meaning they do not often use their claws when playing.
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