How to bond with your cat

Bonding with a cat can be a rewarding but challenging experience. Cats, while domesticated, still have a limited understanding of human behavior.[1] Communicating affection towards your cat can therefore be difficult. However, many owners are able to form healthy, happy relationship with their cats. If you understand your cat's body language, respect her boundaries, and give her affection on her terms you should be able to form a solid bond with your feline friend. Part1 Getting to Know Your Cat 1 Learn cat body language. In order to bond with your cat, you need to be able to read her emotions. The first step is learning the basics of cat body language. A confident cat moves with eyes wide,

Is your dog as happy as you?

Is Your Dog Happy? First, what is dog happiness? According to the English dictionary, happiness is a feeling of contentedness, well-being, pleasure, or good fortune. It is not, as curmudgeon Ambrose Bierce once said, an agreeable sensation arising from contemplating the misery of another [though some humans do seem to derive pleasure in that way]. With dogs, who essentially wear their hearts on their sleeves, contentedness and well-being is a far less complicated affair and is plain for all to see – as long as you know what you are looking for. Signs of Dog Happiness Content dogs sleep for about 8 to 10 hours per day, mostly at night. They wake up early and set out in search of food. Breakfa

Why is regular exercise important for your dog?

Living with a dog has many perks, but one of the best has to be the impetus to get off the couch and out the door so you can both get some exercise. Exercise is as important for your dog as it is for you! Why Exercise Matters Exercise isn't just a nicety; it's a necessity for maintaining optimal physical and mental well-being. As with people, obesity is becoming a major health problem in today's dogs. Between 20 and 40 percent of all dogs seen by veterinarians in the United States are considered overweight, and many are clinically obese. Obesity prevents dogs from enjoying many physical activities; it also decreases speed and stamina and makes it more difficult for dogs to deal with heat. Ob



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