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The Pet Comfort Newsletter, Issue #038 -- More About Dog Behavior Problems
April 01, 2007

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"When a man's best friend is his dog,
that dog has a problem."
~ Edward Abbet

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What's Been Going on at Pet Comfort Products?

We've spent more time writing about dog behavior problems this week. The first article explores where pet behavior problems come from and the second is about keeping the dog from fence jumping. There's some good stuff here. Enjoy!

Behavior Problem in the Dog? -- "Is there a behavior problem in the dog? Where do these problems come from? How can you deal with these issues? This short article provides one very concrete answer."

Keep the Dog From Jumping the Fence -- "How many times has your neighbor called you to say your dog has jumped the fence again? Here are a few tips on how to keep dog from jumping fence."

The Mail Bag

Question: "Is there a list of pet food products that have been recalled due to the rat poison or chemical scare I've seen on TV recently?"

Answer: Absolutely. Great question. Take a look at this list.

Menu Food List of Recalled Pet Foods

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Canine Pregnancy Calendar: Step by Step -- "A canine pregnancy calendar is reviewed step-by-step in this article. Tips and advice are provided about handling and monitoring different stages of dog pregnancy."

Pet Food Dish Overview -- "A pet food dish is an investment in the comfort of your pet. Did you know that plastic dishes and bowls can actually help cause your pet to be unhappy? Find out why."

Why Dogs Eat Poop -- "In this article you’ll find out why dogs eat poop. This behavior, known medically as coprophagia, can be frustrating. If you understand it, you’ll have a better chance of fixing the problem. Twenty reasons why dogs eat poop are provided to you."

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