How to Care for Reptiles In this pet video Marc Morrone will show you the best way to care for reptiles and find out why they make great pets.
Running time: 804 seconds
How to Care for Many Cats In this pet video Marc Morrone will show you the best way to care for many cats and find out why they make great pets.
Running time: 677 seconds
How to Care for Ferrets In this pet video Marc Morrone will show you the best way to care for ferrets and find out why they make great pets.
Running time: 743 seconds
How to Care for Pocket Pets In this pet video Marc Morrone will show you the best way to care for pocket pets such as gerbils and hamsters and find out why they make great pets.
Running time: 374 seconds
Police Dog Training - Releasing From Bite Fred Hassen and 'Nash' are shown here demonstrating releasing a bite into various positions. For stronger Police and K-9 working dogs it is advantageous to have them paying attention to whatever release command is given.
Running time: 152 seconds
Tips from The Dog Whisperer Our own pet lifestyle expert, Wendy Diamond, sat down with the canine coach to talk about the new season and to get a few tips.
Running time: 128 seconds
Dog Training - Belgian Malinois Fred Hassen and "Nash" are seen here doing a variety of remote retrieve drills. The Belgian Malinois is a very versatile dog and training them can be a lot of fun.
Running time: 273 seconds
Crested Gecko - Baby Gecko Setup How do you keep your baby crested geckos? We like to use the kritter keepers for their first month or so to monitor their feeding of the Repashy Crested Gecko Diet and of their development.
Running time: 81 seconds
Halloween for Pets Halloween is the time to dress up your furry friends and parade them around the neighborhood. We must remember, that while they may be Count Dogula, there are certain safety issues to consider before sending Fido out to trick or treat.
Running time: 227 seconds
Preventing Pet Mishaps This Holiday Season The twinkling lights, the fatty feasts, the hours on the road, the hoards of guests: the most wonderful time of the year can be the most hazardous for your pets. The irresistible treats and decorations result in a significant increase in emergency vet visits this time of year.
So how can you enjoy the holidays while keeping your pets happy, calm and out of trouble, whether you’re traveling or are having a party at home?
Running time: 126 seconds
Learn about Demodex in Dogs In this pet care video we will learn about demodectic mange , also referred to simply as Demodex, a common mite found in dogs. These mites can cause a variety of skin problems in some dogs, including hair loss.
Running time: 299 seconds
Labrador Retriever - Simple Water Blind Fred Hassen http://www.sitmeanssit.com showing a simple Labrador Retriever Water blind a long with some basic casting and a single water mark.
Training your labrador in the water is a lot of fun for him.
Running time: 119 seconds
Valuable Life Lessons from Pets Just because they cannot talk, does not mean there is no learning from them. Pet lifestyle expert, Wendy Diamond, is here to open our eyes and show us how we actually learn some valuable life lessons from our dogs.
Running time: 160 seconds
Teach Your Dog the Hula Your dog will need some real swivel hips to turn tightly within the confines of 3 hula hoops taped together. This drill should help in teaching your dog to turn and go back very straight. A few funny scenes also.
Running time: 170 seconds
Teach your Dog to Retrieve on a Wall You can find a wall anywhere for your dog to practice moving around on and retrieving objects. This video shows 'Charger' the black Labrador Retriever doing some retrieving and casting drills on a wall.
Running time: 247 seconds
Dog Field marking drill Training Fred Hassen and his Black Labrador Retriever 'Charger', show some hunting dog training drills with 'honoring', a 'sit whistle', 'come -in whistle', and a marking drill.
Running time: 176 seconds
Effective Leash Handling This video gives some great tips on how to train your dog so it won't pull at the leash.
Running time: 77 seconds