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Just like humans, domesticated animals like  dogs and  cats are affected by the health  hazards  of modern  living.Pollution, poor nutrition, stress and  unhealthy   lifestyles can lead  of a variety of illnesses  and  conditions  that are  very similar to those experienced    by humans.
In fact, many, if not most pet health concerns can be addressed by helping your pets to live a healthier lifestyle.

Our Mission

1) To train and educate pets lovers and pets owners across the globe on training, maintaining and taming their pets.
2) To promote responsible Dogs,Cats and Birds ownership and minimize for being rusticated from their houses.
3) To protect and ensure the well-being of Dogs,Cats and Birds .
We  realize that Nature often has the answers - but animals have always known this! Natural medicine can help your pet just as it can help you. While there is always a place for conventional veterinary medicine, natural medicine can complement conventional veterinary care and in many cases do just as well.

Obedience training

Obedience training usually refers to the training of a dog and the term is most commonly used in that context. Obedience training ranges from very basic training, such as teaching the dog to reliably respond to basic commands such as "sit," "down," "come," and "stay," to high level competition within clubs such as the American Kennel Club, United Kennel Club, and the Canadian Kennel Club , where additional commands, accuracy and performance are scored and judged.

Obedience implies compliance with the direction or command given by the handler. For a dog to be considered obedient rather than simply trained in obedience, it must respond reliably each time its handler gives a command.

Training a dog in obedience can be an ongoing and lengthy process depending on the dog, the methods used, and the skill and understanding of both the trainer and the handler. The level of obedience the handler wishes to achieve with the dog is also a major factor in the time involved, as is the commitment to training by the handler.

Obedience training is often a prerequisite for or component of other training.


Optimum nutrition can be achieved with many different diets.  However it is not easy and understanding some basic  principles of the pro and cons of each food item as it relates  to vitamins, minerals, proteins, fat is important when trying to  make up a mixture of foods. Wild animals and birds are  shown by their parents the right combination of sometimes  very limited types of foods to meet their requirements for  flight, growth, reproduction and living!

These wild food items have been selected through thousands of years of evolution. In captivity they are under different conditions and eating different foods and we expect them to select the best combination immediately.

But it is not necessarily better to feed what birds eat in the wild to those in captivity. Many plants in the wild contain secondary plant compounds or are very low in many essential nutrients.

Cat Behaviors

All species of animals, including humans, have an underlying aggressive trait, which surfaces in specific situations and events. Cats are fairly predictable creatures. Despite this, there are instances when cat owners are startled by a sudden and abrupt change in their cat’s behavior. Cats normally do not do anything without reason and there is always an understandable reason behind the aggression. Like dog aggression, feline aggressive behaviors also need to be understood before any specific action can be taken

The most common type of aggressive behavior  observed in cats is playful aggression. Young cats  that are less than two years of age love to play and  indulge in activities that appear aggressive to  humans. Young cats do not let go of any opportunity to  practice skills that they need for survival. This involves  exploration, investigation and predation. A kitten is  ikely to pounce upon anything that moves to  investigate and explore.  It may even bite an innate  object that appears as a prey.

Cats normally give signals using body language to indicate that they have had enough petting for now. It is up to the owners to observe and understand it. The signs that the cats may give to indicate that they want petting to stop are restlessness,


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