Shelter Crowd Control: Keeping Community Cats Out of Shelters

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While innovative strategies are saving lives across the country, euthanasia rates for stray and feral cats remain stubbornly high in many communities. This presentation, given by Dr. Julie Levy, Director of Maddie’s Shelter Medicine Program at the University of Florida at the 2012 Maddie’s Shelter Medicine Conference, will explore the magnitude of the community cat population problem and redefine definitions for “home” and “rescue.” Data will be presented from a novel and bold program that cut shelter cat intake dramatically and almost overnight, preventing the tragic deaths of thousands of shelter cats.

Learning objectives:
– Learn how to estimate community cat populations
– Recognize the impacts of community cat management programs on cat colonies and animal shelters
– Identify strategies for getting communities – including municipal government – on board with trap-neuter-return programs.

Rep. Bill Sowerby Fights for Local Control on Pet Shop Regulations

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Rep. Bill Sowerby opposes a bill that strips control from local governments regarding the licensing and regulations of pet stores. Pet store owners often use bad acting puppy mills and breeders with dire consequences for consumers and animals. HB 5917 strips power from local communities from enacting an ordinance for regulating pet stores.

How To Control and Kill Aquarium Snail Population

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3 Ways to Control Aquarium Snail Population

Build A DIY Snail Trap:

Ways to control pest aquarium snails:

1: Use fish such as loaches to eat the pest aquarium snails
2: Use chemicals such as potassium permanganate or copper
3: Use a snail trap

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BEST Dog Repellent | Tips For Repelling Dogs | Natural Animal Control

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Natural, safe & effective: An effective dog deterrent can make life much easier for all those suffering homeowners who are being forced to clean up feces in their yard. Whether you are a pet owner who needs to stop an animal from entering certain areas of your lawn, or an innocent homeowner who is forced to clean up after other people’s pets, I have the perfect solutions for you. These are some of the best tips on how to keep animals out of your yard. These are 100% safe and natural methods for repelling dogs.

Puppies are the best at finding access to places where they should not be. They always seem to find a way to get on the furniture, garden or certain areas of the house and yard. Figuring out the best way to repel dogs is not so easy. However, if you use the simple tips and products below, you can get rid of your problems for good.

The first product you can use is a dog repellent spray. Sprays can be used to keep puppies from chewing, licking or scratching furniture in the house. It is also pretty effective in the yard for keeping them away from certain areas like your garden. The only downside to using this product outside is that you will need to reapply it after it rains or when the odor diminishes. I spoke to a animal trainer that told me she highly recommends a dog repellent called “bitter apple spray”. It works better than vinegar, citrus or ammonia. Besides, Ammonia and vinegar will kill vegetation such as grass and plants. Bitter Apple Spray is made of herb and plant extracts so it is much less harsh on vegetation or fabrics/surfaces in your house.

One commercial product that I would NOT recommend is an ultrasonic dog repellent. They work by emitting ultrasonic sound waves that some animals find offensive. I tried one of these in and I had little to no success with keeping the dogs from entering my yard. This approach seems like such a cool idea. Just plug this thing in and all of your problems go away! But it’s not that simple. They seem to work well with pests but I had mixed results with canines.

*The scientific name for the domestic dog is Canis lupus familiaris. It is a member of the Canidae family. Canines were the very first domesticated animal in human history. They are often kept as pets or used for working and hunting. For more information about this species, visit:

What I would highly recommend is a motion activated sprinkler. This is an all-natural dog deterrent. Unlike powder, granule or spray products, you do not need to reapply over and over again. All you need to do is hook this thing up to your hose. The sprinkler will take care of the rest. It patrols a 1,000 square foot area and will get rid of dogs, cats, skunks, squirrels and any other animals or unwanted visitors. You can program it to operate in the daytime, nighttime or both. It is the best way to provide 24 hour protection for your lawn.

This dog repellent is highly effective on the following breeds: Afghan Hound, Chow Chow, Irish Wolfhound, Shih-Tzu, Siberian Husky, Boxer, Bulldog, Bull mastiff, French Bulldog, Labrador Retriever, Mastiff, Miniature Bull Terrier, Rottweiler, Collie, Greyhound, Pug, St. Bernard, American Cocker Spaniel, Australian Terrier, Basset Hound, Beagle, Bloodhound, Border Collie, Chihuahua, Dachshund, Doberman Pinscher, English Cocker Spaniel, Flat Coated Retriever, Golden Retriever, Great Dane, Miniature Schnauzer, Norwegian Elk hound, Old English Sheepdog, Pomeranian, Pit Bull Terrier and ALL other breeds imaginable.

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Unfortunately, many pet owners are inconsiderate and let their canines roam around the neighborhood unleashed. Others let their dogs squat and poop on any lawn that they please. Finally, you can have the last laugh with these natural and effective dog repellents.

Hermione exhibits great impulse control arm/Best dog training Seattle/Tacoma

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English Bulldog Hermione gives us a tip from the Chamber of Secrets on coexisting with kids and fake arms. Can you spot that tip in this video? The first three to respond correctly will receive a $20.00 gift certificate to something useful I promise.
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Clinton Anderson Presents: Gaining Control and Respect on the Ground

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Horse trainer Clinton Anderson works with a group of clinic participants, teaching them how to gain the respect and control of their horses on the ground and under saddle. Subscribe to our channel

About Clinton Anderson and Downunder Horsemanship
Clinton Anderson is a clinician, horse trainer and competitor. He’s dedicated his life to helping others realize their horsemanship dreams and keeping them inspired to achieve their goals. The Downunder Horsemanship Method gives horse owners the knowledge needed to become skilled horsemen and train their horses to be consistent and willing partners. Clinton instructs horsemanship clinics, presents Walkabout Tours across the country, produces a television show, hosts an internet TV website and is constantly creating comprehensive study kits and training tools to make learning horsemanship as accessible and easy as possible. Discover for yourself how Clinton and the Method can help you achieve your horsemanship dreams at

Dog Training – Impulse Control at Rewarded Behavior Continues, Boone, NC

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Chase & Rounder, 2 ridgeback rescues, work on impulse control and name recognition. Our distance behaviors are a bit sloppy here, but they did well with their impulse control so I was happy. I treated early because these exercises are relatively new to us and I wanted to reinforce (Chase seemed tentative on his stand). Also, it was a hot day and this was the end of our session. These games started with making one dog wait while I let the other go out the door. After seeing the practical applications, I decided to make it more challenging. Both boys will hold a down stay while the other one works nearby. I wanted to make it more difficult by having them both work at the same time. It is definately a work in progress but it’s fun watching them learn and grow. Please, show me what you do with your dogs and post a video response.

What to do when riding a horse that gets out of control.

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This clip is from the retraining of an explosive 17.1 hand Andalusian. This is the start of the first ride after going through all the groundwork, and is posted here in response to the question “What do you do on an out of control horse?”

Warwick has hundreds of FULL LENGTH, real time training sessions done with a variety of breeds and disciplines. You can train your own horse!

Horse in bucking fit – how to control a bucking horse

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Horse goes into a full bucking fit when just while leading on lead rope. Watch how Tim works with Marley to get him calm and back to working again. Using both two-lining and long-lining in arena, pasture and out on trail again. Marley is wearing a halter attached to a lead rope. His has a snaffle bit in his mouth without any reins. Tim just started to walk him to work in the center of arena with a halter and lead rope. No pressure happening here for those of you who can’t see it.

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