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The reason why many dogs bark at mail carriers has never been quite clear. Find out one man’s theory here.

If your dog doesn’t seem to like other dogs, read our expert’s advice for suggestions to manage or improve her reaction.

Have you adopted a rabbit recently? Learn the basics of rabbit housing, diet and behavior right here.

By Elizabeth Teal, ASPCA and Jacque Lynn Schultz, C.P.D.T., Companion Animal Programs Adviser. National Outreach     A cat’s personality is largely formulated in the first eight weeks of life. Leaving health issues to the veterinarian, here’s what you can do to help your foster kittens be all that they can be behavioral. Your first important task is to provide …

Fleeing for the safety of the nearest piece of furniture when company comes may be an indicator that your cat is under socialized. Learn more about feline socialization and how to improve it here.

Bringing A Cat Home

Kitten Development

by Caroline Golon, guest contributor

A kitten is an infant; a cat under construction. It takes a while for a kitten to develop. Learn about the stages of kitten development here.

A cat’s personality is largely formulated in the first eight weeks of life. Leaving health issues to the veterinarian, find out what you can do to help set your foster kittens up for adoption success.

Dog parks can be a great place to let your dog socialize and burn off some excess energy. Read this article to learn how to recognize and stop dog bullying.

Have you recently adopted a new puppy? Socializing him is important. Learn why and how to socialize your new puppy here.

Socializing young puppies is essential. Learn why and how to socialize a puppy here.