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Risky Cat Behavior and Training the First Dog
Byroney_WebMD_Staff posted:

There are two new articles from WebMD that deal with pets, but in very different ways.

The first is about cats and how they love Risky Hiding Places . While cats need places they can hide and destress, those hiding places also need to be safe. Before you have to take a chainsaw to the cabinets like one owner mentioned, you might want to read the article.

"In the Washington, D.C. area -- a place of shifting political alliances, sudden attacks, and sometimes, bad behaviors -- Dawn Sylvia-Stasiewicz teaches loyalty, friendliness, and constant good conduct.
Unfortunately, her work is limited to training dogs. But her success may yet have an effect on the capital's human affairs." Learn more in our second article about training "Bo," the First Family's Dog .

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