Know What Your Little Angel Needs Taking Care of Your Pet Dog and Cat! [NOOK Book]

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2. Decide on your pet – Cat or Dog
There are certain typical distinctions between Dogs and Cats. Caring of a pet Dog can be very rewarding experience, since they are extremely loyal and great entertainers. They give you company and at the same time provide you protection also. Cats, on the other hand can be very ...
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Know What Your Little Angel Needs Taking Care of Your Pet Dog and Cat!

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2. Decide on your pet – Cat or Dog
There are certain typical distinctions between Dogs and Cats. Caring of a pet Dog can be very rewarding experience, since they are extremely loyal and great entertainers. They give you company and at the same time provide you protection also. Cats, on the other hand can be very affectionate companion, though they require a bit of time to adjust to being in your home. Cats can be sassy and classy and full of attitudes.
Dogs are basically outdoor creatures by nature. They need routine exercise and outdoor walks during the day. Large fenced backyards to play and run around do not give them full satisfaction. They still need their daily walks. House Cats on the other hand are more homely. Though they enjoy being outdoors sometimes, but they tend to wander off.
Dogs need much more training than Cats. Understanding how to take care of a Dog requires you to know how to train them properly. They enjoy being trained since they have an insatiable desire to please their owner. Good training of a Dog not only strengthens your relationship but can also be fun. Cats on the other hand resist training. They are basically only required to be trained for using litter box. Remember, never use negative reinforcement to discipline your Cat.
Cats are more independent and playful. They are bit of a moody class. They are probably most popular pets because most of the apartment owners are permitted to keep Cat as a pet whereas they discourage Dogs. If you love serenity and quiet animal, then go for Cats. Dogs greet their owners’ boisterously, noisily and with full enthusiasm every time they enter the house. Dogs are more demonstrative types. So, make your choice accordingly.
Dogs are very social and thrive on interaction, be it with humans or other Dogs. Cats are often anti-social. They are contended to be left alone and can entertain themselves on their own. So, before investing your time, money and emotions into adopting a pet, be very sure of what suits you more, a self contended, independent a wanderer moody Cat, or a demonstrative, loyal, disciplined, faithful Dog.
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  • BN ID: 2940013323834
  • Publisher: Lou Diamond
  • Publication date: 9/27/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 111 KB

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