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You’re probably familiar with the “rule” that many of us were taught as children: never touch baby birds, or the mother bird will reject her own offspring.  Unfortunately, it’s still generally believed that the mere scent of a human on a hatchling or fledgling bird will spook the mother bird into abandoning her offspring.  Good thing this misperception is FALSE! Click the image for details and the truth behind this myth! #myths #birds #nature #wildlife

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MYTH: The best way to greet a dog is to extend your hand towards the dog's face so he/she can sniff you. TRUTH: You never want to force yourself into a dog's space/face. Learn WHY and what to do here:https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=226512424140148&set=pb.168743903250334.-2207520000.1405977361.&type=3&theater

MYTH: The best way to greet a dog is to extend your hand towards the dog's face so he/she can sniff you. TRUTH: You never want to force yourself into a dog's space/face. Learn WHY and what to do here:https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=226512424140148&set=pb.168743903250334.-2207520000.1405977361.&type=3&theater

Many animal guardians truly believe that their ‪#‎pets‬ do things out of spite or malice. This can be anything from peeing, pooping, scratching furniture, destroying our personal items, etc. New Flash: This is not true. Learn more here: (click image)

Many animal guardians truly believe that their ‪ do things out of spite or malice. This can be anything from peeing, pooping, scratching furniture, destroying our personal items, etc. New Flash: This is not true. Learn more here: (click image)

Spiteful & Vengeful #Pets!  The next time your pet does something that upsets you, and you really believe that he/she is doing it out of spite, take a deep breath, step back, and replace the word "spiteful" with any of the following other "S" words: - Sickness - Separation anxiety - Sadness  - Stress - Species-specific needs  FACT:Anxiety is the most common emotional state underlying house soiling and destroying items.  FACT: Medical issues are often at the root of many behavioral issues.

Spiteful & Vengeful #Pets! The next time your pet does something that upsets you, and you really believe that he/she is doing it out of spite, take a deep breath, step back, and replace the word "spiteful" with any of the following other "S" words: - Sickness - Separation anxiety - Sadness - Stress - Species-specific needs FACT:Anxiety is the most common emotional state underlying house soiling and destroying items. FACT: Medical issues are often at the root of many behavioral issues.

Brown dog tick (Rhipicephalus sanguineus). The brown dog tick is small, red-brown arachnid (called the red dog tick outside the U.S.) with specialized mouthparts for sucking blood. It is found on dogs, in kennels and houses, and occasionally on other animal wildlife

Brown dog tick (Rhipicephalus sanguineus). The brown dog tick is small, red-brown arachnid (called the red dog tick outside the U.S.) with specialized mouthparts for sucking blood. It is found on dogs, in kennels and houses, and occasionally on other animal wildlife

End the Alpha Roll, and Alpha #MYTH.

End the Alpha Roll, and Alpha

Heat Kills! Don't Leave Your Pet In The Car.

Would you put your pet in a hot oven? Then, please, for your pet's sake, DON"T leave your pet in a hot car!

This handy chart by the American Veterinary Medical Association shows how quickly temperatures can reach dangerous levels inside a car, even when it feels just fine outside.   Source: American Veterinary Medical Association

Cop Has Woman Sit In Hot Car To Experience What Her Dog Went Through

How quickly a car's interior temperature can turn deadly for a child, a dog or other pet left inside. Please print and keep copies in your car to put on the windshield of vehicles you see that have a dog inside.

Monday's Myth: "Make sure your dog knows his/her place with your new baby!" There are many dog and baby myths out there. But rather than focusing on the common (and dangerous) misperceptions, I would like to focus on what we, as licensed Family Paws Parent Educators, DO recommend!

Monday's Myth: "Make sure your dog knows his/her place with your new baby!" There are many dog and baby myths out there. But rather than focusing on the.

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