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General

The Basics of Neck Reining

Neck reining to a western horse is like a steering wheel to a car: Without it, you have no control over the direction you and your vehicle are headed. It's one of the first fundamentals a western horse learns. Without good neck reining responses, a "finished" horse won't place well in western pleasure, reining, barrel racing or most other competitive classes.
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Pet care

Tips on Dog Food Expiration

Is it safe to feed expired dog food? Ideally, you should only buy an amount of dog food that your dog or dogs can eat in a month. Also, it is ideal that this food is not expired. The safest advice I can give is to say - if it is expired, don't feed it. What would I do? If a food smells and looks okay and it has expired within the past few months, I'd probably feed it to my pets.
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Pet care

Tip on Understanding How Dogs “Hear”

Do dogs hear things we can't? When it comes to hearing dogs have a distinct advantage over us. Not only is their frequency range of audible sounds much wider, but their mobile ears act to funnel in low volume sounds. This is why dogs are so great at alerting you that the mailman is on the way and almost impossible to sneak up on.
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Breeds

Choosing an English Cocker Spaniel

The cocker spaniel is a very popular pet, available in two distinct versions. The English cocker is more often used to hunt and has a little more pleasant disposition than the slightly smaller American cocker. The cocker spaniel is often ranked as one of the top dog breeds and is the smallest member of the sporting dog family and was accepted by the American Kennel Club as a separate breed in 1946 History and Origin Spaniels of all kinds have been faithful hunting companions for centuries.
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