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"Play It Safe With Your Pet" 

   While dogs should tolerate some inappropriate or unexpected human behavior, they are–well–animals. In general, avoid bothering animals in the same situations where you wouldn't want to be bothered, such as when eating, drinking, resting, or whenever the pet indicates that it doesn't want to interact. Usually, the pet will signal this by moving away. More subtle signs of uneasiness include lowering the head, pulling the ears back, looking away, becoming tense, raising the lip, and growing.
  When this happens, avoid yelling or diving at, hugging, or kissing a pet or otherwise violating its personal space. Parents, in particular, should watch how their child interacts with a pet–especially one that they do not know well.
  Recognize the signs or situations that indicate when a pet needs a break. Pets that haven't been rewarded enough for tolerating handling, especially by kids, are more likely to react sooner to bad human etiquette. Practice pairing treats with handling so that the pet learns that being handled is a positive experience.

Information   Source : From an article found in The Old Farmer's Almanac Western Edition 2014. Author Unknown.





  Remember the next time that you leave your pet with a pet sitter, family member or someone else to leave your pets veterinarians phone number in addition to the numbers were you may be reached in the event of an emergency.

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My Article For This Month Is:

Interesting Facts About The Gray Fox & The Coyote 

Looks like : Related to the dog family and smaller than the red fox. Gray foxes have short legs, long muzzles and triangular ears. Their fur is thick and their tails are long and bushy.
Where it lives : In the woods and forests of most of the United States. "They are very elusive, "If you get to see one, you're very lucky. Some people are lucky enough to have a den on their property, but most people only get to see them once or twice in their lifetime."
Favorite foods : Mice, moles, rabbits, birds' eggs, fruit, big insects and carrion.
Fact : Gray foxes are the only members of the dog family that can climb trees.

Looks like : Long, lanky, and built for speed. They range in color from brownish gray to darkish gray and have a bushy tail. Coyotes can often be heard barking sharply or howling at night.
Where it lives : Shelterd places, especially near creeks. They are most active at night, dawn and dusk.
Favorite foods : Carrion, birds, big insects, rodents and sometimes deer or sheep. If you see one in your neighborhood, bring your pets in at night. "He doesn't know the difference between a rabbit and a cat as far as food goes."
Fact : Coyotes are mentioned in many myths, folk stories and legends.

The above is from an article written by Sarah McEntire and Jennifer Okamoto for The Dallas Morning News. Article was found in the Kid News section of the Chicago Tribune newspaper .
  Respectfully ,
Sir Reginald Fox
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