Pet’s Chewing Issues

If your pet is a newly acquired puppy then rampant chewing goes with the territory. It is a natural response to teething. If your pet is past puppy-hood and showing no sign of quitting or, if your mature pet inexplicably begins chewing away at stuff, this is a sign of...

Training Your Dog To Sit

“Training of sitting up is one of the first tricks to teach and forms the groundwork for many other dog tricks. To train a dog to sit up, prepare some treats as a reward, and set your dog on his haunches in a corner, so that he cannot fall either backward or...

Cat Play Things

Buying cat toys from your local pet shop can be expensive, and after the money you spend on it, your cat either tears the toy to pieces in a couple of hours or turns its nose up completely! Why not save your money and entertain your cat with the following things you...

Kids and Pets

65 million dogs and more than 77 million cats currently reside in U.S. households. Many of those same households have or plan on having children. Old wives’ tales tell of babies and cats not mixing (cat’s steal babies’ breaths) and of jealous dogs...

Using A Dog Leash

In order to keep your dog safe, you require control of your pet. Your dog also needs to know this, to ensure he’s aware who the boss is. And, once you train your dog to not pull on his leash, or other bothersome behaviors (take a course through a local dog...

Taking Care of Cats

Cats are friendly and emotional by nature, they are noted for being unfaithful. Many cats have two or more homes and may develop a routine where they spend part of each day with different people. It is common for a cat to breakfast at one houses, lunch at a second and...

Bonding With Your Cat

A veteran cat owner will tell you that cats *do* “bond” with humans, but only particular humans, and will actually “choose” a person in the household to bond with. For example, the kitty you picked out for yourself might bond with your roommate...

Choosing a Pet Rabbit

Many breeders give different answers regarding the preferred gender for a pet rabbit. This is compounded by the individual temperament of the rabbit. Often a doe (girl rabbit) that is not spayed, can become territorial was she reaches maturity. She may nip at you when...

Dog Crate Training Tips

An ideal dog crate should be large enough to allow your dog to stretch out, stand without hitting his head and be able to turn around. The PVC dog crate should be so large that your dog can relieve himself in one corner and play move away to play and sleep in another....

Dog Obedience Training

Dog obedience training starts even before you get your puppy in your home. Instead, it starts originally with the person that you purchased the dog from. Ask the breeder or salesperson what type of training, if anything at all, was provided before your dog came into...

Toys For Your Pet

There are plenty of toys on the market to keep your favorite pet entertained for hours on end, but there are also a number of factors to consider when purchasing toys for your pet. As with children’s toys, safety should be first and foremost in your thoughts...

Taking Care of Cats

Cats are friendly and emotional by nature, they are noted for being unfaithful. Many cats have two or more homes and may develop a routine where they spend part of each day with different people. It is common for a cat to breakfast at one houses, lunch at a second and...

Training Your Dog To Sit

In training of sitting up is one of the first tricks to teach and forms the groundwork for many other dog tricks. To train a dog to sit up, prepare some treats as a reward, and set your dog on his haunches in a corner, so that he cannot fall either backward or...

Helping Displaced Pets

The temporary shelters are filled and the pets left behind by victims of a Hurricane are turning up in shelters and Humane Societies across the USA. Some times many rescuers have stopped trying to find the dogs and cats, and have opted to just leave food and water for...

Pet’s Chewing Issues

Pets of all kinds can be divided into aggressive chewers and non-aggressive chewers. Aggressive chewers annihilate what they chew and sometimes swallow the pieces – often in one sitting. Non-aggressive chewers gnaw, play and mouth toys without actually breaking...

Amazing Dog Noses

Roverpet wants to know why are dog noses wet? Fluid from the lateral glands in a dog’s nose lubricates the outsides of his nostrils and makes them moist and shiny. But mostly, the nose stays wet because your dog is always licking it (along with other parts). So,...

Crate Train Your Puppy

Roverpet manufactures dog crates in America. It is a cage that is usually made of plastic or PVC. Wire ones are collapsible and can rust quickly.. The plastic crates are lightweight and easy to clean and tend to be the most commonly used. Either can be purchased at a...

Can Your Dog Sit

Roverpet has some steps you can use to train your dog with the most basic command – Sit. 1. The first thing you need to do is to get your puppy or dog to associate the act of sitting with the command. To do this, simply hang around with your dog and when he sits...

Dogs Fear of Thunderstorms

Anxiety in dogs can be caused by any number of things – illness, travel, thunderstorms, death in the family, separation, or they may develop unexplained phobic or neurotic behaviour, or barking or other antisocial behaviour. If you can identify the cause of the...

Treating Your Pet Right

Many pet owners, the food that we give our animals means a great deal, while the treats we give them are merely an afterthought. Even the most health-conscious pet owners who purchase expensive cat and dog food often go to the supermarket and buy the least expensive...

Your Stubborn Cat

When training a cat for behaviors there are some things you need to take into consideration. Aggression, especially in older cats, can be caused from illness or other cats in the home. You may want to contact your vet to have your cat checked out to see if it’s...
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Beds for the Pets Made in the USA : at Roverpet.com

Roverpet beds for the pets not only provide comfort but also look great due to the material used. Some of the pet beds are made up of the micro nylon. The specialty of this is that it is washable. Due to the flexibility of the pet bed it can be used in traveling. The...

Training Your Dog To Stop Barking

you can teach your dog to bark: Then get a box of treats. Then look at your dog. When he barks, immediately praise him and give him a treat. Don’t let any time elapse between the bark and the treat. Pretty soon he’ll be barking a lot. Right now, the...

Find Your Lost Dog

Dogs usually don’t go far. They’re curious animals that like to look and sniff around. It’s more likely for a dog to be a few blocks away than a few miles away. So stick close to home for the first part of your search. Be sure to check all the...

Preventing Cat Hairballs

Your cat regurgitating hairballs must not concern your too much; unless, the balls will continue to become bigger and bigger, if they will be stained with blood, or if your cat will suffer from hairballs a couple of times in a week. You must be aware that it is very...

Six Dog Training Tips

You should let your dog know who is in charge, and you’ve alleviated a lot of problems. It’s not about fighting for control, it’s about knowing who has it. So when it’s time to train your dog, put on his training collar so he’s fully...

Taking Care of Cats

Cats do not require much supervised exercise and, consequently, they are excellent pets for the elderly and for people with busy lives. Although cats are friendly and emotional by nature, they are noted for being unfaithful. Many cats have two or more homes and may...

Tips For Dogs Overcoming Boredom

Many dog problems often occur as the result of simple boredom. Just how long do you think you could go behaving “correctly” if you were deprived of social, physical and mental stimulation? The length of time would vary from person to person. The same holds...

Training Your Dog To Sit

Training of sitting up is one of the first tricks to teach and forms the groundwork for many other dog tricks. To train a dog to sit up, prepare some treats as a reward, and set your dog on his haunches in a corner, so that he cannot fall either backward or sideways...

Puppy Training Tips

Teaching your puppy that biting or nipping is not a pleasant experience for you by reacting as if in pain to their playful nips. Rather than scold the dog, let him or her know that nipping is not a pastime that you wish to engage in. Letting out an over-exaggerated...