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How to Treat Your Dog's Separation Anxiety
Pets
Barking, whining, escaping, destructive behavior or, in severe
cases, self-mutilation can be your dog's way of expressing
anxiety over your absence.Difficulty:Moderately ChallengingInstructions Things You'll Need
Dog Bones
Dog Dishes
Dog Leashes
Dog Toys
Dog Treats

Consult your veterinarian to get a correct diagnosis of separation anxiety. Your veter


How to License Your Dog
Pets
All dogs are required to be licensed. Licensing helps the recovery of lost or stray animals and helps protect the public from rabies, since licensed dogs must have proof of vaccination.Difficulty:EasyInstructions Things You'll Need
Vaccinations
Dog Carriers
Dog Collars
Dog Leashes
Dog Tags
Dog License
Veterinarian

Have your dog vaccinated for rabies. You


How to Introduce a New Dog to Your Home
Pets
Prepare yourself and your home so that your new dog can quickly become comfortable in his new abode.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Things You'll Need
Dog Beds
Dog Bones
Dog Collars
Dog Dishes
Dog Food
Dog Leashes
Dog Toys
Dog Treats
Doghouses And Doors
Pet Doors
Pet Crates

Collect supplies for your new puppy or dog: a comfortable bed


How to Choose the Right Dog for Your Family
Pets
By evaluating the dog's breed and background as well as your home and lifestyle, you can assure your family of a fun and loving companion.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Things You'll Need
Dog Beds
Dog Collars
Dog Dishes
Dog Food
Dog Leashes
Dog Shampoo
Dog Treats

Consult a veterinarian, who can provide useful advice on a breed's behavior and temp


How to Canter on Horseback
Pets
Nonverbal communication is key when directing a horse. Here's how to be convincing while in the saddle.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Things You'll Need
Horses
English Saddle
Western Saddles
Horse Halters
Horse Reins
Horseshoes

Gather up the reins, taking up excess slack, while walking the horse in a fenced area.
Turn the horse's head slightly to


How to Trot
Pets
Rather than looking like a large horseback bobble-head, follow these instructions for a smooth ride through the countryside.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Things You'll Need
Horses
Horse Reins
Riding Boots
Riding Helmets
Saddle Pads
Saddles

Shorten your reins; take up the slack, but don't hold too tight.
Squeeze your calves against the horse's si


How to Tack a Horse
Pets
Tacking a horse includes grooming and putting on the riding equipment. Do it right and both you and the horse will be happier during your ride.Difficulty:ModerateInstructions Things You'll Need
Hoof Picks
Sponges
Currycombs
Bridles
Dandy Brushes
Equestrian Body Brushes
Horse Halters
Horse Reins
Saddle Pads
Saddles

GroomingApproach the horse from


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