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Resources for Pet Lovers
Compassionate Critter Care gladly shares this page of resources for pet lovers!
We invite you to learn more about humane training methods, visit some of our favorite sites, and find out what's new and fun for people and their pets! Check back often for updates and additions! 
Some favorite links...

PUPS: Why your Evansville pet sitter should be a member of Professional United Pet Sitters.
Association of Pet Dog Trainers: Why is it important for your Evansville dog trainer to be a full member of APDT?

Kentuckiana Pug Rescue: You can help by volunteering, donating, fostering or adopting.

Karen Pryor Academy Clicker Training
Clicker training news, articles, and gear!

ClickerConnect: The latest clicker training news, articles, and gear!
Nov 23, 2014 10:35AM

KPCT on Nov 12, 2014 03:53PM

Congratulations to the Four Winners of the First Annual Zoe Shelter Scholarship

Caitlin Lotham

Training exercises will help keep your dog
feeling youthful and active

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Ken Ramirez on Nov 06, 2014 03:51PM

Top 10 Questions Asked of Me in Russia

Ken Ramirez has been traveling in Russia for the past few weeks, offering seminars to zoos and aquariums in that country. As a teaser for his November Letter where he will describe his trip in more detail, Ken shares here some of the predictable, and not so predictable, questions he has been asked during his trip.

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Lori Stevens on Nov 04, 2014 02:53PM

My Dog is Aging?Now What? More Training, Of Course!

A click for all ages

As your dog moves into her senior years you?ll probably notice some subtle changes?she groans a bit when changing positions, hesitates briefly when a

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Nan Arthur on Nov 04, 2014 08:00AM

How to Keep Your Dog Calm When the Doorbell Rings

Are you Suburban Woman, loving but exasperated owner of Fido and Fifi? Does your home seem like the 5th at Santa Anita every time the doorbell rings? Wouldn't it be wonderful if your dog actually moved away from the door when the doorbell rang rather than crowd you for a position to greet, or "eat", the people on the other side? Wouldn't you love to have a dog that sits, lies down, or even runs to another room when the doorbell rings-instead of all the embarrassing things your dog currently does?

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KPCT on Nov 03, 2014 12:46PM

Which of these is your most difficult holiday training challenge?

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