|Ten Tips for Preventing Pet Behavior Problems|
Set rules immediately and stick to them.
Avoid situations that promote inappropriate behavior.
Observe the pet and provide what it needs to be cared for and attended
Supervise the new pet diligently through undivided individual attention . . . .
|When your pet eats things that aren't food|
Does your cat nibble your wool sweaters down to fuzzy nubs? If he does, you're not alone. Enough animals eat nonfood materials that the behavior has been given a namepica. While pica generally isn't dangerous, it can cause intestinal obstructions if your cat eats too much. . . . .
|Holiday Pet Hazards|
While you are busy making your festive plans for Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, and Christmas, please don't forget to include your pets. The holidays are a time for giving, but there are some things you should not share with your little best friends. Once you know the hazards, a little . . . .