Prairie Dogs

Prairie Dogs

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These playful rodents are often considered pests by cattle ranchers, but when acquired as pets, they are both fun to keep and affectionate, but strong-willed and mischievous. Titles in the extensive Complete Pet Owner's Manuals series provide pet owners with basic information on keeping healthy, contented, well-cared-for animals. The series includes approximately 175 titles and covers pets of every kind: dogs, cats, and birds of many breeds, as well as fish, reptiles, rabbits, hamsters, and just about any other animal that people keep as a pet. Facts and advice cover all aspects of pet care, which include proper feeding, housing, health care, grooming, training, and much more. The text in each manual is supplemented with many vivid, full-color photos, and with instructive, anatomically accurate line art. Each manual has been individually written by a breeder, trainer, veterinarian, or experienced animal specialist.Litter Box Training lt is easy to train your prairie dog pup to use a litter box. Prairie dogs naturally choose a location for defecation and try to keep their play and sleeping areas clean. ... They can easily slip off your peta#39;s neck. They can also be aanbsp;...

Title:Prairie Dogs
Author:Sharon Lynn Vanderlip
Publisher:Barron's Educational Series - 2002


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